Imagine walking beside a peaceful lake at sunset, conversing silently with God while navigating a path dedicated to just that task. This was the vision of the team at Lutheran Camp Kedron, who conceptualised and coordinated the construction of a permanent prayer labyrinth on the shores of Lake Bonney at Camp Kedron, Barmera.
The Camp Kedron team worked alongside labyrinth consultant Peter Bean from Creative Walking to build the structure, bringing the vision they’d had for a year to life. It took two days to map out and create the labyrinth, with the final path outlined in rocks. Within the labyrinth are places to sit and rest, with picturesque views of the lake encouraging reflection.
Camp-goers can now enjoy the large labyrinth, as well as two smaller painted labyrinths on a verandah, as part of the on-site facilities. The labyrinth was blessed by Pastor Lee Kroehn and committed to prayer at a ceremony following the inaugural Annual General Meeting of Lutheran Camp Kedron earlier in the year.
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