Early in July, 2023, the parish of St Hilda’s worked to renew its labyrinth, with help from guests currently residing in the church annex while RainCity’s Sechelt facility is being renovated following a fire. The labyrinth, which can help walkers find deep spiritual meaning or simply a few moments of peace in a busy day, was first constructed in 2002, and follows the pattern of the famous labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral, in France. The labyrinth at St Hilda’s is used by neighbours, yoga groups, girl guides, and community visitors, as well as parishioners.
Article submitted by Christine Pawley
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