About 25 people turned out Sunday for the full-moon labyrinth walk at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church, 4440 N. Campbell Ave. The attraction was the "super moon," a perigee full moon, which appears, well, supersized because the moon is at its closest approach to Earth for the year.
Deacon Brigid Waszczak, with her husband, John, tells walkers what the event entails. Walkers are encouraged to slow their breathing, still their minds, walk at a comfortable pace, remain silent, respect other walkers and focus on new insights or ideas.
After the walk, visitors rest by a fountain, visiting with one another or reflecting on their stroll through the sacred site at the landmark Foothills church. The labyrinth opened last year and was consecrated in April 2012.