Creative Labyrinths & Longing for Peace: An Evensong for Armistice Day & Labyrinth Walk 2018

Sunday, November 11th- 5:00 PM
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Petaluma

Labyrinth walk to follow at 6:15 pm in Cram Hall, behind St. John’s

St. John’s at 40 Fifth Street, Petaluma

Sunday, November 11th marks the 100 year anniversary of the ending of World War I, known as Veterans Day in the USA and Armistice Day in England.

 Red poppies in the heart-space of the Santa Rosa Labyrinth

Red poppies in the heart-space of the Santa Rosa Labyrinth

A contemplative and heartfelt evening of candlelit poetry and music led by Dr. Kayleen Asbo and featuring the Braslavsky Ensemble from Paris, poetry recited by Roger Housden, Doug Van Koss, Larry Robinson, Jose Enciso, Philip Jonckheer and Hari Myers and community chanting from the Taize, Celtic, Sufi and Jewish traditions. Please join us as we remember the end of World War I and express our longings for world peace and harmony.

Labyrinth Walk

At 6:15 pm a contemplative labyrinth walk with live music will follow around the corner at Cram Hall behind St. John’s Episcopal Church.