Visit our labyrinths – they’re open to all. Come and walk, pray, reflect, and return to the world, different.
We have created two labyrinths, recognizing the diversity that is embedded in our church and community. One is long, and one is short; please make use of both. The longer one will follow the traditional meandering path that has been used for centuries. Recognizing that that path is simply too far for some, a second labyrinth was designed to meet the needs of those who require the assistance of walkers.
The beautiful new peace pole, created by metal artist Dawn Delaney, is installed in our large labyrinth! Its solar panels will enable it to glow from within at night.
We hope this tool for meditation and reflection can help all of us find meaning right here, right now, in our lives. We invite and welcome all in the community beyond our doors to experience this spiritual practice.
Thank you to Max Klinkenborg for coordinating this project and to the many volunteers who came to build it.
image credits: Rev. Paul A. Whitlock, Senior Pastor, Church of the Palms UCC; and Nancy Tsuchiya