as part of the Cathedral Crossroads series
every last Tuesday of the month
6:00pm - 8:45pm, Labyrinth opens 6:30pm
This monthly event at the National Cathedral is one of the best kept secrets in DC if you ask me, especially if you are looking for something a bit more contemplative. You can walk the Labyrinth and listen to live music, usually the harp and/ or flute, every last Tuesday of the month at The National Cathedral. The evening includes a Special Program from 7:30pm - 8:30pm, with program themes varying each month.
Next event will be on Tuesday, October 28th
7:30pm - 8:30pm
Reverend Drema McAllister-Wilson leads a conversation on grieving, loss and hope. "Birth and death. One we anticipate and celebrate. The other we ignore as long as possible, until death comes into our lives. Despite being a part of the life cycle, death and grief remain shrouded in mystery and often confusion and fear. Through presentation and sharing, film watching and storytelling, we will enter into a conversation about the journey of grief. You are invited to an evening of exploring how we can address loss intentionally, compassionately, and mindfully. What does grief look like? What does grief feel like? How can grief transform us? During our time together, we will explore the depths of an experience that affects and challenges each of us so profoundly."
7:30pm - 8:30pm Special Program, varies each month, see description above
Wisconsin & Mass Ave basically
Metro: Dupont Circle and bus along Mass Ave or take the metro to Tenleytown and then take any of the 30 line buses, which run often, south along Wisconsin Ave. You can also wait for the 96 line to McLean Gardens (which doesn't run often) from the Woodley Park metro to the intersection of Woodley Rd and Connecticut.