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The NUC Labyrinth

One weekend in June 2017, led by a small group of NUC members and project leader Mark Healy, a beautiful walking labyrinth was created on the lawns of Nightcliff Uniting Church.  After two years in the making, community members from all over were inspired to join in and experience the beauty of artistic co-creation.  This labyrinth is dedicated to Jo Brandt and Wendy Eccleston, who gave their heart and soul to the work of the church and beyond.  Watch how the project unfolded here.

We hope you enjoy walking the labyrinth and engage in this relaxing, mindful meditation practice.  The labyrinth is always open and accessible to the public on the grounds of NUC, 21 Cummins Street, Rapid Creek.

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