“In every walk with Nature one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir
This Summer, we will be taking several ‘Holy Hikes,’ hoping to receive far more than we seek. Join us as we explore the beauty of nature, enjoy wonderful conversation, and celebrate Holy Eucharist in the ‘Cathedral of Nature.’
Holy Hike at Tsankawi
Tsankawi? Never been there? Never heard of it? Well, here’s your chance to visit, because living in Los Alamos and missing out on the spectacular views, beauty and mystery of Tsankawi is a little like living in New York City and missing out on a visit to the Statute of Liberty.
Saturday, July 20th at 6 p.m. we will do our second Holy Hike of the summer. This is an easy/moderate 1.6 mile unpaved trail, mostly flat, with minor elevation change. We will do a hiking liturgy, stopping along the Tsankawi Ruins Trail for prayers and readings, and culminating with a Eucharist, using the tuff rock as our altar. Those not wishing to do the entire hike can do a short walk to join for the Eucharist.
IMPORTANT NOTES: *$25.00 parking fees are required. Los Alamos folks meet at the church parking lot at 5:30 p.m. to carpool (TOTH will pay for parking fees for those carpooling). White Rock folks meet at 5:45 p.m. at the White Rock “Y” . *No dogs are allowed. *Bring water. *Not required, but letting us know if you are coming is helpful! Contact Lynn Finnegan, firstname.lastname@example.org