They tread silently, one foot in front of the other. Only crickets and the occasional laughter of a child can be heard. The path winds left then right, then right and left in a seemingly endless circuit as the walkers give prayers and thanks.
This is a tradition thousands of years old: a prayer labyrinth. While some of the most popular labyrinths adorn the floors of famous European cathedrals, closer to home Community Life United Methodist Church has brought this ancient prayer tradition to its backyard.
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