Susan Casson

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Susan Casson



Photo credit: Maureen Porto. 

My Sacred Place


St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

In 1999, a small group of St. Luke’s parishioners gathered to explore their interest in labyrinth walking. Once they shared the calming experiences of walking the labyrinth with their fellow parishioners, interest in building a permanent outdoor labyrinth in connection with the Memorial Garden located on church grounds grew.

Meet Another Firesoul


Janet Felsten

Janet Felsten holds her community dear; she is someone who sincerely values the stewardship of her surroundings and sees access to nature as an essential element of urban life. In taking the responsibility for being a Firesoul, Janet says, “I am representing the larger community of neighborhood residents who collectively care for and value this...

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