Labyrinth Day

Frenchville, PA 16836, USA

AM
Sep 14, 2024
Group size: 1 - 25
Labyrinth Day
Frenchville, PA 16836, USA


Sep 14, 2024
Group size: 1 - 25

About this trip

“The labyrinth is a spiritual tool that has many applications in various settings.  It reduces stress, quiets the mind, and opens the heart.  It is a walking meditation, a path to prayer and a blueprint where psyche meets Spirit.” Reverend Lauren Artress, Episcopal priest, author, and foundress of Veriditas an organization dedicated to teaching about the Labyrinth Experience.

Bethany Retreat Center is home to a 7 Circuit Chalice Classical Labyrinth. 


The labyrinth is a divine imprint found in many cultures around the world.  The labyrinth is not a maze, it has only one path so there are no tricks to it and no dead ends.  The path becomes a mirror for where we are in our lives.  The rhythm of walking, placing one foot in front of the other, quiets the mind, relaxes the body, and refreshes the spirit.   Walk it with an open heart and an open mind resting in the center to listen for God.

FACILITATOR BIO:

Sr. Suzanne lives at Bethany Retreat Center. She has been directing retreats for youth, kindergarten to college age since 1987, 33 years. Using education, process activities and reflection techniques, Sr. Suzanne has the ability to bring the faith journey alive and make it relevant to today. Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, Sr. Suzanne is offering virtual retreats by integrating Zoom Sessions with process and reflection materials between sessions.

Available Packages

Labyrinth Day
$40
Deposit: $15

Itinerary

Labyrinth Day
Labyrinth Day

9:00am  

     Welcome Conference #1


10:00am 

     Prayer with the Labyrinth #1

     Personal Time


12:30pm 

     Lunch


1:00pm 

     Conference #2


1:20pm 

     Prayer with the Labyrinth #2


2:30pm 

     Sharing of the Graces of the Day


3:00pm 

     Depart

Your Organizer


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Anawim Ministries (Bethany Retreat Center)
BETHANY RETREAT CENTER was established in 1982 by the Anawim Religious Community of Frenchville, Pennsylvania. It is a place apart to rest, renew and be recreated for those seeking a deeper relationship with God. Located on 140 acres of partially wooded land in the hills of Pennsylvania, the atmosphere is quiet and peaceful — only 15 miles off Interstate 80.

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