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Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church on North Road in Los Alamos announces the dedication of their labyrinth.
They invite everyone to join them from 2-4 p.m. Saturday at Bethlehem to help in consecrating this new sacred space for use by all members of the Los Alamos Community.
They hope the meditation path will be used as a spiritual resource for the entire community and widely used by many people, no matter what their faith or spiritual foundations.
Learn about labyrinths and how they can be a part of everyone’s spiritual life.
Labyrinths are meditative walking paths, which pre-date the Christian era. They were widely used in Northern Europe during medieval times, possibly as local sites for pilgrimages, since pilgrimages to Jerusalem were costly and dangerous.
There are several labyrinths in Santa Fe and many throughout the country. The website, veriditas.org/tells about labyrinths and the movement to include them in sacred spaces around the planet.
For more information, call Bob Thomsen, 662-4409; Kate Thomas, 412-9255 or the Bethlehem Church Office, 662-5151.
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