Thursday, December 06, 2007

Peace labyrinth at latimer square

Some of our church folk have made (IMHO) this excellent little video to advertise the Christmas Peace labyrinth we’re doing this year. You can view it, either a large (15 meg) or small (4.5 meg) file from here. Feel free to download it, especially if you are a church in Canterbury area.

The video is based on driftwood sticks: “little people” with “eyes”. We’re making thousands of them, to use as part of the promotion and as part of the installation. The last two Thursday evening’s in our church foyer has been a great old time as all ages, from 2 to 80, have been at work/play, putting eyes on driftwood and attaching a tag, with the words “Take me to the Peace Labyrinth in Latimer Square.” So we’re going to be leaving them around the city (sort of like the Book crossing idea, that I have blogged about before).

People walk with their stick person through the labyrinth and are invited to leave it at the stable at the centre. Again, these are available to any in Canterbury area who want them for promotion.

Posted by steve at 05:25 PM


  1. i am not all that familiar with a “peace labrynth”. what is it? how does it work? sounds cool though. the video was great.

    Comment by joe troyer — December 7, 2007 @ 2:32 am

  2. I have one, but it’s a pewter shell for prayer concetration.



    Comment by Kim — December 9, 2007 @ 2:51 am

  3. i love this – great fun!

    Comment by jonny — December 11, 2007 @ 9:09 am

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