The Labyrinth at Emmanuel Episcopal Church

Orcas, Island, Washington

 
 

... the Green at historic 19th century Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Orcas Island, Washington “was a four-year project that taught patience, trust, compassion and respect,” says Nancy Ayer. Nancy is a resident of Orcas Island and a Labyrinth Facilitator.

Nancy also offered that, “this labyrinth project is a testament to the heart, to the power of intention and to the wisdom of letting go. This experience has been ... like birthing a baby and then realizing it was never mine to keep -- nor would it ever be.”

This page is a celebration of this Orcas Island labyrinth, for which Nancy was one of the mid-wives.

Completing The Community Labyrinth on...




click here to view labyrinth location on maphttp://maps.google.com/maps?q=242+Main+Street+Eastsound,+WA+98245&hl=en&ll=48.694516,-122.907242&spn=0.001441,0.002339&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=55.937499,76.640625&hnear=242+Main+St,+Eastsound,+Washington+98245&t=h&z=19
• click here to view congregation’s Labyrinth information page •http://orcasepiscopal.org/labyrinth-2/