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First Pres Cranford Holding New Years Labyrinth Walk

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First Pres Cranford Holding New Years Labyrinth Walk on Saturday, December 31st
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Walk The New Year In At First Pres Cranford

Have you ever wanted to do something different on New Years Eve? Join us for a special Labyrinth Walk at 10:30 PM in the Thomson Youth Center (church office entrance)

December 31, 2016 from 10:30 PM – 12:30 AM

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The Chartres-style labyrinth is an 11-ringed pattern painted on canvas modeled on the 12th century labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France. At that time, walking the labyrinth symbolized the Christian pilgrimage to Jerusalem for people who could not personally make the journey. A labyrinth is a path that winds its way to the center and then out again. Walking helps to still the noise inside us and opens us to heart listening. It is a powerful tool for renewal and transformation.

For any questions, feel free to call the church office at (908) 276-8440.

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As the body of Christ inspired by the Holy Spirit, the First Presbyterian Church of Cranford seeks to be faithful disciples living our lives as a testimony of Christ’s love for all. The FPCC welcomes diversity and respects and cares for all of God’s creation. The FPCC seeks to spread the Word and invite others to live Jesus’ command to love one another as the Lord first loved us.

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