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  • Lighthouse And Labyrinth Dedicated

    Please note, the song that was sung at the end of the lighthouse dedication on June 14 was called “We Choose Love.” It was written by Darryl Gregory and his students, as a gift to Newtown from Schaghticoke Middle School in New Milford. The caption that accompanies the photo to the right has been updated to reflect that information.

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  • Local Scout Creates Labyrinth For Trinity Church; Dedication Friday Night

    During a pilgrimage to South Dakota last summer, Jack Benedict, a member of Newtown Troop 270, developed the idea that became his Eagle Scout project. Jack and his friends from Trinity Church visited what he called “a beautiful outdoor labyrinth” in the Black Hills, and Jack felt it would be a great gift to his church and town to create something similar here.

  • Taizé For Lent, With Labyrinth Walks, At Trinity

    Trinity Episcopal Church is offering weekly Taizé-style worship services Wednesdays evenings at 7:15 during Lent.

    This style of worship consists of simple chants sung repeatedly, rich silence, glowing candlelight and prayers of intercession.