Labyrinth Events with Judith Tripp and Jill Geoffrion 💗


Kay Kinneavy – LNN via 

Sun, Feb 7, 7:32 PM (11 days ago)
to me


The Trinity Labyrinth Guild Speakers Bureau Presents
Two International Labyrinth Leaders:
Judith Tripp and Jill Geoffrion.
Judith Tripp .
7:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) 

Judith Tripp has been leading the Dream Quest at the labyrinth in San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral and other venues across the U.S., Europe and Australia for over 30 years. She will share some of the music and guided meditations that have formed the foundation of the Dream Quest and lead us in a finger labyrinth walk. For those who have participated in a Dream Quest and those who someday hope to, this will be a unique virtual opportunity. Many of you may have already experienced Judith’s wonderful facilitation skills at the Veriditas Finger Labyrinth walks on Zoom held on Fridays since the pandemic began. Judith is a transpersonal psychotherapist who leads pilgrimages to Avalon and Scotland and teaches Meeting Mary at Chartres in France.

Suggested donation: $15.00
For more information contact Sandra Walden
A Zoom link to join will be sent after Registration.

Jill Geoffrion on the Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth
10:00 a.m. to Noon (Pacific Time)

After opening our hearts and imaginations on the threshold of the Chartres labyrinth, Jill will guide us through images and experiences in the cathedral. We will be invited to discover Mary’s gracious presence and the calls to service that emerge in prayer. The Rev. Jill K. H. . Geoffrion, Ph.D. is the author of seven books on labyrinth prayer and spent 10 years researching and photographing Marian imagery at Chartres Cathedral before publishing her book, Visions of Mary: Art, Devotion and Beauty at the Chartres Cathedral.

Suggested Donation: $15.00
Register at the Trinity Labyrinth Guild Website 
For more information contact Sandra Walden at

Heart Beach Labyrinth

designed by Jerry Etzkhorn
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and how to make one yourself

Monthly Finger Labyrinth Walk
Trinity Cathedral Labyrinth Guild
February 15, 2021
7:00 p.m. 
(Pacific Time)
The theme for February will be Love in honor of Valentine’s Day.  Following an introduction, there will be a finger labyrinth meditation and community sharing. Please be sure to have a finger labyrinth available. For printable finger labyrinths, visit the LNN Website 

To join, click this  Zoom link:
 Website Announcement from Grace and Lisa
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Scroll down to the bottom of the homepage where you will see a list of “Quick Links” on the right.
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There are Printable Finger Labyrinth Patterns on the Resources Page of the new website. You can go to them directly by using this link:

Kay’s Comments……….
Dear Labyrinth friends,

As you may know, living alone during the pandemic was taking a toll on my health, so I moved to Colorado.  I am so grateful that I am able to see many of my labyrinth friends at the zoom meetings hosted by Trinity Labyrinth Guild. and Veriditas.  Trinity is doing a great job developing new ways to keep the labyrinth community connected during these challenging times.

The presentation by Denny Dyke was wonderful.  Of course, we all felt that once this pandemic is over we want to go to Bandon to see Denny in action, but this meeting was the next best thing.  I am really looking forward to hearing Judith Tripp and Jill Geoffrion.  They are both excellent speakers, and I hope you’ll be there with me.  If you have questions or comments, please reply to this email.

I recently heard of plans to have a canvas labyrinth available during Lent where people could reserve a half hour time slot to walk the labyrinth.  I think that’s a wonderful way to be able to have some good quiet time on the labyrinth without the rain and wind.  I hope some people in our area will follow this example and put those canvas labyrinths to good use.
Many Blessings on your path!

                   Kay Kinneavy
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