News about the two labyrinths on the church grounds.
From World Labyrinth Day (May 2018), photo of Sandy serving her herbal teas to an enthusiastic group. Sandy makes a ginger-sugar syrup and uses a special apple mint for the tea.
Recipes for teas
From Sandy Riecken
Ginger syrup recipe – makes 1 litre/ quart
¼ cup cane sugar
Altar set up for a summer solstice celebration with noisemakers, colours and herbs representing the four directions/ elements.
In our earth spirit gatherings, we call the four directions (or elements)–a metaphor for bringing into our awareness various qualities that provide balance in our lives and relationships.
We … read more.
Thanks to Keith Wilkinson for these photos of the labyrinths taken Sunday, June 10, 2018.
Courtyard Labyrinth Sunday morning.
We often paint rocks at GLAD, Gathering for Labyrinth, Art and Dance.
Start from the doors that open from Hewett Centre. Walk on the grey to the centre and … read more.
Photos taken Monday, April 10, 2018 by Darlene Rainbow.
There must be 200 grape hyacinths there, quite a few daffodils, a smattering of tulips, various kinds of primulas – perennials thanks to Hanno, new brightly coloured annual thanks to Vera.
Edging courtesy of Vera.
Most … read more.
Here are some recent photos of our labyrinth. Photo credit: Darlene Rainbow
May 5th is World Labyrinth Day and that weekend is also Jane’s Walks (in honour of Jane Jacobs).
The crocuses can’t be far behind. Photo from March, 2017.
Thanks to new labyrinth volunteer, Vera Wojna, for tidying up the labyrinth for spring. Several bags and bins full of dried leaves have headed to the … read more.
Our living labyrinth has been very thirsty in recent days. Without water for nearly a week, I found that the thing about plants growing long roots when you don’t water regularly really is true. I moved a few calendula seedlings and their root was very … read more.
Taking a walk on the planted labyrinth, you’ll see a lot more detail than the view from outside.
Here’s what’s showing up on June 15, 2017.Thank you, Darlene, for enjoying walking the labyrinth in the rain in her bare feet and taking these photos … read more.