You are cordially invited to the next full moon candlelight labyrinth walk to be held on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 6 p.m. at the Labyrinth in the Field next to Edgecomb Community Church, UCC.
According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the full moon in October came to be call the Hunter’s Moon because it was the time for hunting in preparation for the winter months. As the animals began to fatten up ahead of winter, hunters could easily see deer and other animals that came out to forage in the harvested fields and woods. The earliest use of the title “Hunter’s Moon,” in the Oxford English Dictionary, is from 1710.
Come and join us on this special evening and walk the Labyrinth in Field by candlelight. It is a wonderful way to walk in quiet mediation while enjoying the evening in the beauty of God’s amazing creation.
The Labyrinth in the Field is located next to the church building at 15 Cross Point Road, Edgecomb. It is medieval 7-circuit Chartres style designed after a thirteenth-century labyrinth at the Chartres Cathedral in France.
For further information please connect the church at email@example.com or call the office at 882-4060. The event is free to all. The Labyrinth in the Field is open dawn to dusk, seven days a week year-round — but snow is not removed during winter months.