A mother and son team brought an interactive feel to the ancient practice of Labyrinth walking at a recent event in St. George's Church Weald in Sevenoaks.

Created by Stephanie and Jonathan Tibber, the labyrinth was open for a few days in early December and had a distinctly Advent feel, as it was based on the theme of ‘Angels of the Lord’.

With a variety of stops placed along the way, the aim was to offer people the opportunity for some precious stillness, peace and reflection in the midst of all the Christmas rush.

Everyone was encouraged to come along and give it try.

The pair initially developed their interest in labyrinths by hiring the labyrinth available from the Diocesan Office and setting it up in their church.  Then they moved on to building on what they had learned and began to develop some fresh ideas.

To read a full interview with Stephanie and Jonathan, and to find out how you too could use labyrinths in your church, visit the Rochester Arts in Mission website here

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