Welcome to the Community Labyrinth Garden of FPCA!
In the open area between the Church and Greenville Avenue, the beginnings of the Labyrinth Garden are starting to take shape. The project was conceived as a way to make use of the open area as well as create an opportunity for community involvement with a purpose.
When completed (projected Fall of 2017), one can make their way through the labyrinth and stop at designated gardens that correspond to the Scriptural path Jesus made on His way to the cross.
Families, civic organizations, and church members can work collectively to plant areas of the garden, with the following plant guidelines: Texas Native or Adapted Native for Zone 7 or lower, full sun and drought tolerant and alkaline/clay soil friendly. For more information or to adopt a garden, contact the Church Office at email@example.com or 972-727-2551.
Gardens & Themes
| Garden 1 || Butterfly Garden|| Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane|
| Garden 2|| Silvery/Gray Plants|| Jesus, betrayed by Judas, is arrested|
| Garden 3|| Butterfly Garden|| Jesus is condemned by the Sandedrin|
| Garden 4|| Herbaceous Flowering|| Jesus is denied by St. Peter|
| Garden 5|| Butterfly Garden || Jesus is judged by Pilate|
| Garden 6|| Rock/Cactus Garden|| Jesus is scourged and crowned with thorns|
| Garden 7|| Evergreen|| Jesus bears the cross|
| Garden 8|| Evergreen|| Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry his cross|
| Garden 9|| Rose Garden|| Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem|
| Garden 10|| Evergreen|| Jesus is crucified|
| Garden 11|| Seasonal/Annuals|| Jesus promises His Kingdom to the good thief|
| Garden 12|| Rose Garden|| Jesus speaks to his mother and the beloved disciple|
| Garden 13|| Evergreen|| Jesus dies on the cross|
| Garden 14|| Evergreen|| Jesus is placed in the tomb|
The labyrinth is a gift from FPCA to our friends and family in Allen and the surrounding communities. We hope you will make use of it often and that you will tell your friends about it. The only restriction we place on its use is that it is for humans only.
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IN THE BEGINNING....
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