Thurs, Sept 21st, 5:30-7 PM: Celebrate the Fall Equinox on the Labyrinth

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Join us on the peaceful, indoor Labyrinth at First Church on Thursday, September 21st, from 5:30-7:00 pm, for the Fall Equinox Celestial Celebration with candlelight and live music performed by harp player Margot Krimmel. The Fall Equinox Celestial is the time of the harvest and abundance, and is the midpoint in our descent into the darkness of the winter season. Come, walk, and leave as your Spirit directs you during this time.

The Labyrinth is an accessible space; elevator access is available.

ALL are welcome at this FREE community event.


Margot Krimmel

Boulder-based harp player Margot Krimmel brings creative musicianship to her work as a performer, teacher, composer, and freelancer in the Denver Metro area. Deeply engaged, her sensitive improvisations support labyrinth walkers as they experience the present moment. Her recent album of harp compositions, Ever the New Time Comes, can be heard and purchased on her website,



Photo by Barbara Middleton

QUESTIONS? Email Barbara Middleton, Facilitator and Trained Labyrinth Docent, or visit the LABYRINTH PAGE on our website.

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Photo by Toni Reynolds

Parking Suggestions: Parking is available in the underground garage below the TGTHR (formerly Attention Homes) Apartments, next door to First Church. To access this garage, turn into the alley from either 14th or 15th Street (between Spruce and Pine Streets), and enter the garage opposite the church building. Look for spaces marked “FUMC Parking;” many spaces open up for First Church (FUMC) use after 6:00 pm on weekdays. Paid street parking in the neighborhood around First Church must be paid until 7:00 pm on weekdays. There is some free-of-charge street parking; please read signage carefully. There are also a number of paid parking garages within a short walk of First Church. Please leave parking spaces in the church’s circle driveway available for folks who need closer access to the building.

Public Transit: First Church is located two blocks from the downtown Boulder Walnut Street bus station (corner of 14th and Walnut). Both local and regional busses serve this station.


ALL are welcome! For 26 years, First Church Boulder has been a Reconciling Congregation, warmly welcoming all people, including LGBTQIA+ people and their loved ones. Black Lives Matter.
Inclusive rainbow flag designed by Daniel Quasar