World Labyrinth Day Held In Quad-Cities And Worldwide May 2
World Labyrinth Day will be held Saturday, May 2, as people from around the world, including those in the Quad-Cities, will participate in the event.
Sponsored by The Global Labyrinth Society, the idea is that around the world, people will walk a labyrinth for peace at 1 p.m. in their time zone. Thirty eight countries, and many places across the U.S. participated last year.
Locally, participants will walk at First Presbyterian Church, which is at 777 25th Avenue East Moline. It is a grass surface, across the street from the church, and generally takes about half an hour to walk. People will be there to greet attendees and explain further, if needed.
A labyrinth is a non-denominational form of walking meditation/prayer/talks to the universe or however one chooses to use it. All faiths or those with no particular faith are welcome to join us, in unity with walkers across the globe to focus on peace.
If it rains, there is a contingency plan for an indoor walk. Please come regardless.