St. Paul’s Labyrinth (Volunteer at St. Paul’s Labyrinth in the West End)Organization Name: St. Paul’s Labyrinth
Opportunity Title: Volunteer at St. Paul’s Labyrinth in the West End
Category: Social and Community Service
Commitment: 6 months to 1 year, Ongoing Opportunity (> 1 year)
Start Date: September 1, 2018
End Date: September 1, 2028
- Appropriate for volunteers aged between 18 and 55
- Appropriate for volunteers aged 55 and over
- Family-oriented volunteering
Are you looking for meaningful volunteer work? Do you like to be of service to people? Why not consider volunteering at St. Paul’s Labyrinth in the West End?
The labyrinth at St. Paul’s Anglican Church is a walking meditation space. Based on the medieval floor pattern at Chartres Cathedral in France, it features a singular path in to the centre of the space and back out again. Walking a labyrinth can be a way to quiet the mind, find balance and encourage insight and reflection.
We are looking for volunteers to host this quiet, contemplative space.
• oversee the labyrinth and “hold” the space for walkers.
• welcome people, answer questions and provide information.
• help to organize things and generally make things happen.
Volunteering is easy and you can make a meaningful contribution with just a few hours a month. No experience required.
Our volunteers all receive training and orientation to make sure they feel confident in their role.
We are looking for volunteers to host the space for 2 hour shifts on weekend mornings, 1 hour shifts weekday mornings, two candle lit Friday evenings, which include live music, New Year’s Eve and Day and other events.
We’re also open to volunteer help in other areas.
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