Several weeks ago when we had the opportunity to walk the Labyrinth in the Fellowship Hall, I stepped onto the path in a spirit of gratitude, excited about being able to share our story and our journey of getting a permanent labyrinth at Seaside. I thanked God for those who had worked so hard to share their dreams and their vision to get us to this point of having a labyrinth, and for the beauty of the space that we have to build it. I thanked God for the congregation that is going to be able to walk this labyrinth, share their own spiritual experiences and enrich their spiritual lives. And I thanked God that we are going to be able to share this as an outreach into our community. I was grateful for those who have already committed financially to our project, for those who have said they will commit to this project, and those who are prayerfully considering a commitment to labyrinth. My walk on the labyrinth Sunday morning was a joyful walk of celebration and thanksgiving.
If you have made a financial contribution, or are considering making one, to the labyrinth, thank you. As of this writing $10,530 of the $19,000 goal has been raised. If you would like to be a part of reaching our goal, designate your gift for the labyrinth on the memo line of your check or to tell Wayne Matthews if you are using a credit card that it goes for the labyrinth.
Sue Amyx, Labyrinth Committee