Associate Web editor Dawn Wendt has produced two wonderful videos that deal with the Interfaith Chapel, the University’s center for religious and spiritual life.
The first takes a look at the chapel itself. Ten different religious groups are affiliated with this historic building on Wilson Blvd. – from Muslim and Christian to Buddhist, Jewish and Hindu.
The second video looks at the history of the labyrinth, an ancient geometric pattern used twice a month at the Interfaith Chapel for peaceful, meditative walks by the University community.
Here’s the schedule for the labyrinth through October: Sept. 10, Sept. 28, Oct. 15 and Oct. 26, all from 11:30 a.m. to 2- p.m.
Thanks to the Rev. Denise Yarbrough, director of religious and spiritual life, for her great insights in each video.
Here’s the Interfaith Chapel video:
Here’s the labyrinth video: