From Medieval times, labyrinths have been used as a faith journey when it was too dangerous to travel to the Holy Land. The Labyrinth is a sacred place for reflection, looking within oneself, praying, and spiritual growth. Focusing on the walk empties the mind, relaxes the body, and refreshes the spirit. The Labyrinth is open for walking 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is located on the south side of the church building.

Labyrinth walks are held the fourth Wednesday evening at 6:30 on the grounds of the Labyrinth from April through September.   Join us on Wednesdays to experience a feeling of peace, well-being, and acceptance.

Walks are not held in inclement weather.