Walking the Las Vegas Prayer Labyrinths in 2018

by | Jan 16, 2018 | North District Web Page, North District Newsletter

Walking the Las Vegas Prayer Labyrinths in 2018

Walking a labyrinth as a model for prayer has been used by Christians for centuries.  Labyrinths are found in cathedrals, churches, parks, hospitals and many others locations around the globe. Las Vegas has several outdoor locations from Red Rock Canyon to Boulder City and even including our own Potosi Pines Camp.

Senior Pastor Terri Hubbard (University UMC), Rev. Mike Hubbard (retired) and United Methodist District Lay Leader Phyllis Murray invite you to monthly opportunities to experience the different labyrinths in our city.  Each month will be held at a different location, short explanations and devotions will be offered, and you will have time to walk at your own pace and also to fellowship with others on the prayer journey.

Tuesday, January 23, 9:30-11:00 a.m. we will join at Charles Frias Park, 4801 S. Decatur Blvd.
The Labyrinth is in the northern section of the park and you will enter off Decatur north of Tropicana.
It is a level easy walking area.  Bottled water will be provided.

No reservations are required, but questions can be directed to Phyllis at 251-635-7600 (call or text) or email mjpintl@aol.com

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