We now have custody of an indoor labyrinth that fits perfectly in our meditation room.
Seven women who were part of the Women’s Spirituality Celebration and, along with a dozen or more others, met and walked it together in January. A discussion ensued that people would like the chance to walk it more often and share it with others as well..
The 10′ x 12′ canvas labyrinth was created by Barbara Bickel while on an artist residency on Toronto Island.
Barbara was, with Mary Bennett, and others part of a planning team for an annual Women’s Spirituality Celebration held at UBC Vancouver School of Theology.While the group hasn’t hosted an event in recent years, there are “circles of circles” of women who continue to connect in various ways, often around a labyrinth walk, shared food and conversation.
Barbara created it for the WSC and has wanted it to be available for borrowing by women who wish to use it for an event.
If you have a connection to Women’s Spirituality Celebration or a Unitarian congregation, you can arrange to borrow it from Mary Bennett.
We plan to have an open labyrinth walk every 1st Tuesday from 6 to 7pm prior to circle dancing in the hall. Mary will book space and ensure the meditation room is open by ten to 6. Women involved with WSC will take turns laying out the labyrinth, welcoming new people and putting the labyrinth back after the walk.
There are two outdoor labyrinths on the Unitarian Centre site.
Go to http://vancouverunitarians.ca/labyrinth to learn more.
Contact Mary through firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to arrange to borrow the indoor labyrinth.