The Path

The Path

The Path was created to share with our fellow sojourners from all walks of life, all races, all religions, all nationalities, all life-styles, all of God’s children, and those who simply need a place to come and “be.”

Places to Pause and Reflect Along “The Path”

As you walk “The Path” you will discover stations to spend time in reflection, prayer or meditation. Like life itself, there are many ways to interpret the objects and images along the way. Below are merely suggestions that might be helpful as you experience the Path. 

  1. Interconnected Circles—a reminder to respect and live in harmony with all faiths and peoples.
  2. Lamb—reminds us that God cares for us like a Good Shepherd cares for the sheep.
  3. Children—the world’s children are in our care and we are invited to have the faith of a young child
  4. Stone Ball—represents the world - one family - and our need to reach out to others.
  5. Broken Chain—represents the brokenness we all experience in our lives, and through that brokenness, we offer healing.
  6. Flowers & Birdhouses—represents God’s beautiful world; we are partners with God as caretakers of  Creation.
  7. Moving Water—like Living Water, the Spirit sustains us and provides life for all.
  8. Cross—represents sacrifice, eternal life and hope.
  9. Plant growing from the ashes - new life in all things. Endings lead to New Beginnings.
  10. Bench—Rest, Reflect and Renew. This is the ideal setting to mediate, to pray or just “be” for a while.
  11. Clay Urn—Let go and leave our hurts, stress, or problems that might be stumbling blocks on our journey.
  12. Altar—A place to give thanks or ask for help. 

Stations of the Path

Click on the map above for a brochure about The Path.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Places to Pause and Reflect

Along “The Path”

 

As you walk “The Path” you will discover stations to spend time in reflection, prayer or meditation. Like life itself, there are many ways to interpret the objects and images along the way. Below are merely suggestions that might be helpful as you experience the Path.

 

· Interconnected Circles—a reminder to respect and live in harmony with all faiths and peoples.
 

· Lamb—reminds us that God cares for us like a Good Shepherd cares for the sheep.

 

· Children—the world’s children are in our care and we are invited to have the faith of a young child.
 

· Stone Ball—represents the world - one family - and our need to reach out to     others.  

 

· Broken Chain—represents the brokenness we all experience in our lives, and through that brokenness, we offer      healing.

 

· Flowers & Birdhouses—represents God’s beautiful world; we are partners with God as caretakers of  Creation.

 

· Moving Water—like Living Water, the Spirit sustains us and provides life for all.

 

· Cross—represents sacrifice, eternal life and hope.

 

 

new life in all things. Endings lead to New Beginnings.

 

Bench—Rest, Reflect and Renew. This is the ideal setting to mediate, to pray or just “be” for a while.

 

Clay Urn—Let go and leave our hurts, stress, or problems that might be stumbling blocks on our journey.

 

Altar—A place to Give Thanks or Ask for Help.