Labyrinth

Our labyrinth is 47 feet in diameter with 11-circuits, and is a replica of the labyrinth built into the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France around the year 1220. Made from donated brick and gravel on a bed of sand, it was created by members of the church and the community at large between October, 2002 and April, 2003.

People of all ages and backgrounds use our labyrinth as a spiritual tool for meditation, prayer, problem solving, and personal transformation. We invite all who are interested to stop and walk the path. Our labyrinth is open to the public seven days a week with guided walks led by trained facilitators on special occasions or by request.

You can learn more about labyrinths by visiting the Veriditas website. Our facilitators were trained by The Rev. Dr. Lauren Artress at Veriditas.