A labyrinth is simply a place to walk and pray. There is nothing mystical about it. It gives you the freedom to walk around while focusing your mind on God – and not worry about getting lost. A labyrinth contains a single walking path to the center and then back out again. It has many turns but, unlike mazes, does not have dead ends. Walking the labyrinth involves three stages: inward, center, and outward. Feel free to visit our labyrinth in the Northwest corner of our land. Please click the button below for a guided walk.
Begin by leaving your ‘physical baggage’ such as keys, pocket change, cell phones, watches and drinks. The inward journey will focus on letting go and releasing.
The center is used as a time of worship and declaration for the goodness of God.
The outer journey is a time to focus on others.