Monument to late pastor also will help soothe, center others
By Katie Hogin
Friday, October 22, 2010 at 7:00 am (Updated: March 29, 12:35 pm)
Mazes are a lot like life. They are filled with numerous diversions and countless dead ends, mirroring life’s stressors. On the other hand, a labyrinth leads the way to the other side — a single path with one destination. It’s a tool for delving through the chaos, and is an aide to meditation, trust and guidance. Such is the idea of Bethel Presbyterian Church’s newly constructed labyrinth, which is dedicated to the late pastor Marc Sherrod.
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