Emmaus Labyrinth #55: Mt. Calvary Episcopal Church, Camp Hill, PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #55: Mt. Calvary Episcopal Church, Camp Hill, PA

Emmaus Labyrinth #48: Epler’s Church Cemetery, Leesport, PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #48: Epler’s Church Cemetery, Leesport, PA

Emmaus Labyrinths (Introduction)

I left on a Friday morning to go on a journey walking labyrinths. I love walking labyrinths, the ancient spiritual tool of walking something that looks like a maze but isn't, of tracing an intricate path over a small area, of following the twists and turns where they lead, perhaps in rhythm with the twists … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinths (Introduction)

Walking to Emmaus

“What does life look like to you? How would you describe it?” My spiritual director asked me that question in the middle of a session. It wasn’t a non sequitur; although I can’t recall now what the context was, her question was absolutely germane to that context. It didn’t sound out of place or contrived … Continue reading Walking to Emmaus

Labyrinth #42: St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, Emmaus, Penna.

I enjoy walking labyrinths. Labyrinths are maze-like structures that have been used as spiritual tools for centuries. There are many of them around, and I am in the habit of trying to visit a lot of them. For more information about labyrinths, check out The Labyrinth Society. Find where labyrinths are in your area at the … Continue reading Labyrinth #42: St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, Emmaus, Penna.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Emmaus

This is an adapted version of the sermon I preached this morning, the Third Sunday of Easter. The gospel reading was Luke 24:13-35. In last week's sermon, I invited people to write down their fears on index cards, and get them to me. Many people did, and I incorporated some of them into today's sermon.  … Continue reading A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Emmaus