Labyrinth — 3rd Sundays 5pm - 6pm


You show me the path of life.
    In your presence there is fullness of joy.  

Psalm 16:11

Walking a labyrinth is an ancient spiritual practice used by many different faiths for spiritual centring, contemplation and prayer.    The labyrinth is a metaphor for the journey of our lives.  

You might journey with a question or desire, or simply take the time to slow down and reflect.  Be present to your journey, whatever this may be.


‘To walk the labyrinth as a pilgrim is to remember ourselves in Christ while pondering our ultimate destination.’ (Michael Hansen SJ)

Release. Receive. Return.

You may walk with a specific request such as intercession for another, for discernment, for inspiration, or simply for gratitude.

This is the time to release your troubles, and set aside whatever clutters your mind so you can walk with your intention.

This is a place of reflection. Pause and stay as long as you like, opening yourself to God.