Prayer Labyrinth

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In this week’s sermon, we are continuing to learn about the events that led up to the death and resurrection of Jesus.  This week, we will see that Jesus spent the night before his crucifixion with his friends- first with dinner and then in prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane.  Jesus was facing the most difficult challenge of his life, and he knew that he needed to talk to God.  We can talk to God, too!  And there are so many different ways to do it.  One tool that we can use for prayer is a labyrinth.  Some labyrinths are so big that you can walk through them!  However, the labyrinth linked below is just the right size to trace with your finger.  As you start at the bottom and work your way to the center you can think about God and God’s love for you, think about the person that you are wanting to pray for, or even think about your favorite Bible story- whatever makes you feel close to God!  Once you get to the center, you can spend a quiet moment with God before you start tracing your back out to the beginning of the labyrinth.  You can also color your labyrinth and pray as you color!  God loves us so much and loves when we talk to him about our celebrations, sadness, needs, and praises!




Prayer Labyrinth

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