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Lenten Labyrinth at St. Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan

Sunday, March 9, 2014
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Location: 
St. Paul's Chapel, Broadway at Fulton Street , New York, NY

A labyrinth walk is a symbolic and cathartic act that leads to salvation, enlightenment or consolation.  This year during Lent, come walk the St. Paul’s Chapel labyrinth and take a mini-pilgrimage to quiet and contemplation. On Sundays March 16 and March 30 at 1:30 PM, parishioner Leah Kozak will discuss the origins of the labyrinth and how it can help us prepare for pilgrimage to other destinations.

 

                                    Sunday, March 9           Noon – 5 PM

                                    Sunday, March 16         Noon – 5 PM (orientation at 1:30 PM)

                                    Sunday, March 23         Noon – 5 PM

                                    Sunday, March 30         Noon – 5 PM (orientation at 1:30 PM)

                                    Sunday, April 6              Noon – 5 PM

 

ADMISSION:            Free

 

ABOUT TRINITY WALL STREET

Located at the head of Wall Street, Trinity Church has been part of New York City’s and our nation’s history since its charter in 1697. Today, the organization has grown to include many important areas of focus and is collectively known as Trinity Wall Street.  Most importantly, Trinity Wall Street is an Episcopal parish offering daily worship services and faith formation programs at Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Chapel, and online at trinitywallstreet.org.  In addition, Trinity Wall Street includes Trinity Grants, providing $80 million in funding to 85 countries since 1972; St. Margaret’s House, providing subsidized housing to the elderly and disabled; Trinity Preschool; Charlotte’s Place, a community space; Trinity Institute, an annual theological conference; an extensive arts program presenting more than 100 concerts each year through Concerts at One, the Choir of Trinity Wall Street, and the Trinity Youth Chorus; and Trinity Real Estate, which manages the parish’s six million square feet of commercial real estate in lower Manhattan.

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