The labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool, found in almost all religious traditions in various forms around the world. Our labyrinth is a replica of the Chartres labyrinth, laid in the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France around 1220. By walking the labyrinth, you follow a tradition steeped in spiritual mystery practiced all over the world.
Unlike the maze, this labyrinth has only one path. There's only one way in, one way out. You cannot get lost because there are no branches, no tricks, no dead ends. It's a journey that you share with others, but you walk at your own pace, each one of your steps unique, every turn your own. The path winds onwards and reflects the pilgrimmage through life. Walk, search, and follow your path with an open mind and an open heart.
We don't have the labyrinth out all the time. Please check with us on this page or on Facebook for the latest updates. We are on summer haitus but will be back in September.
Here are the confirmed dates we will be hosting the labyrinth up until summer:
- March 2 - 4pm-8pm - Chancel, in conjunction with the 5pm Taizé service
- March 6 - April 16 Monday-Friday 8am-8pm, by the Chapel - Lent walks
- March 23 Sunday afternoon - Lent even, in conjunction with the visit by Marcus Borg
- April 6 - 4pm-8pm - Chancel, in conjunction with the 5pm Taizé service
- April 13 - 9am-2pm - Forum - Palm Sunday
- May 4 - 4pm-8pm - Chancel, in conjunction with the 5pm Taizé service
- June 8 - 8am-1:30pm - Sweetland Hall - Pentacost Sunday
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RENTAL AVAILABLE: Did you know that you can rent the labyrinths for your event? Contact us for more information