All documents are in PDF format unless otherwise noted.

Find a Labyrinth

The Worldwide Labyrinth Locator is the best way to find locations of labyrinths and information about these labyrinths.  The Worldwide Labyrinth Locator is a joint project between Veriditas and The Labyrinth Society. Listings include: type of labyrinth, when it’s available, and a person you can contact via e-mail or phone.  There are now almost 2,000 entries in the Labyrinth Locator, and it’s growing every day. Please note that many owners of private labyrinths welcome guests, but they like you to phone first and say when you’re coming.

United States

Labyrinths Across the U.S. An Interactive map of the United States. Click on any state to view a map of labyrinth locations.



Around the World

Documents, Forms and Fliers

Printable Finger Labyriths

News Articles



Australian Region of TLS

Links to Internet Resources

The most useful resources about labyrinths are on the internet. Most labyrinth web sites give lists of other good sites. So, it’s like a treasure hunt. You never know what you might find. This information is constantly changing. Here are a few recommended sites:

The Labyrinth Society

This is one of two main labyrinth organizations in the world. This web site contains a wealth of information including excellent descriptions of different kinds of labyrinths, sacred geometry, announcements of labyrinth events, a bibliography and lots more.

TLS Auction

Making Labyrinths

Instructions for making temporary labyrinths
Including masking tape labyrinths. There’s so much info on this web site that it’s hard to find this. It’s listed with books for sale.

Pattern for making a portable labyrinth from an old CD

Pattern for knitting a Baltic Finger Labyrinth

Handicap Accessible Labyrinth
Linda’s Labyrinth is the first and only fully accessible labyrinth design. The labyrinth design is named after its creator, Linda, who is blind. This site includes directions on how to create a temporary labyrinth that's fully accessible.

Karen's World
Includes some interesting information about making labyriths:

Making string labyrinths including: Simplified Flaming Chalice Tarry Town Labyrinth Baltic Labyrinth 5-circuit unicursal wall labyrinth The Bridge labyrinth Ariadne's clue. [PDF]

Small Labyrinths you can Make at Home: Includes 9 different patterns & pictures of the finished products . [PDF]

Labyrinths you can Do anywhere including snow labyrinths, sand labyrinths, labyrinth beads, and how to memorize the Chartres Labyrinth Pattern. [PDF]

World Labyrinth Day

TLS World Labyrinth Day Page

School Labyrinths

Educators share ideas about how labyrinths are being used in schools and other places. Excellent resource.

Labyrinth Enterprises

is the web page for Robert Ferre, labyrinth maker who made the labyrinth at Trinity Episcopal in Ashland, author, teacher, and a generally helpful person.  Here you will find lots of information that will help you if you’re planning to buy or make a labyrinth.

Twelve Reasons Why Your Church Should Have a Labyrinth

Article written by Robert Ferre

Hospital Labyrinths

List of Labyrinths in Healthcare Settings.

Health Benefits of Labyrinths

Benefits of Labyrinths in Healthcare Settings by Robert Ferre
Robert is a well respected authority on use of labyrinths in healthcare. He has build many hospital labyrinths around the nation.

Labyrinths: Spiritual Technology for Inner Healing by Robert Ferre

Approaching Your Healthcare Institution About Getting A Labyrinth by Robert Ferre

Articles by Robert Ferre about healing benefits of labyrinths. These articles are old, but still very helpful.

A Talk at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eugene,OR: speaking to a group planning for a labyrinth at their new hospital.

A Talk Given at Three Rivers Medical Center in Grants Pass, OR: a few comments prior to a labyrinth walk.

American Cancer Society - Labyrinth Walking
Labyrinths as a complementary method to decrease stress and create a state of relaxation


These Articles were written by Neal Harris a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Applied Psychology and a diplomat of the American Psychotherapy Association. He has practiced the art of psychotherapy for the past 22 years.

An Introduction to Labyrinths in Counseling Settings

Two Case Studies

Issues to consider when using Labyrinths in Counseling


More about Neal Harris

Paths of Peace

This is the web page for Lisa Moriarty, the artist who designed the Dancing Woman Labyrinth.  She has many beautiful pictures of labyrinths she has made.

Christian Prayer & The Labyrinth

Jill Kimberly Hartwell Geoffrion, author of many books, is the primary source for Christian use of Labyrinths including history, prayer suggestions, and resource lists.

Lauren Artress

began the current labyrinth revival in USA.  Hear the voice of Lauren Artress in this interview audio or video available.

Lauren Artress Radio Broadcasts "Wisdom of the Labyrinth " on Voice of America. Listen to the show's live broadcast, and you can call in with your comments. Or you can listen to any of the broadcasts online at any at any time. You can also subscribe to the podcasts through the I-Tunes store.

Lauren Artress now has her own website

More Interesting Labyrinth Links

Beautiful pictures of Labyrinths around the world.

Labyrinths in the Environment Survey
Survey for Research Project: Establishing Design Guidelines for Labyrinths in the Environment.

Canadian Labyrinth Ventures
Blog by Barbara Brown, Veriditas Labyrinth Facilitator at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa. This web log was initiated on the occasion of the construction of a temporary labyrinth at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa on April 7th 2007. It serves as a record and a comment page for those interested in working with and experiencing the Labyrinth.

Walking a Labyrinth Blog
This Blog is for people looking for an outdoor labyrinth to walk in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Labyrinth Events will be posted here. And, since these Events will be outdoors, on the foreshore of the ocean, they are weather permitted events. So please check the Blog for Event day confirmation when weather might be an issue.

Carlos Arturo Smith: Healing Art

Creative Labyrinth Designs by Australian Artist Alana Forest

Psyche's Key Labyrinth Board Game
Share fun & insights with friends or play alone for deeper connection with higher wisdom.
Follow the link at the top of the home page to see a video of the game.

Common Ground Labyrinth
Connie Fenty's original design for a "Common Ground Labyrinth" based on the Vesica Pisces symbol, which was submitted to the Ground Zero Labyrinth Committee for the World Trade Center Memorial in New York City.

Finger Labyrinths, Personal Labyrinths
Hand held , personal labyrinths in a variety of sizes & materials. Custom engraving.

A Season on the Labyrinth
Labyrinth Blog about daily labyrinth walking.

Labyrinths in the News
BlogTalkRadio show, hosted by LNN member Christiana Brinton previously broadcast every Monday afternoon at 3:30pm pst. You can download old shows from the archive.

Museum of Outdoor Arts - Denver Colorado - video
Click on the photo of the labyrinth to see an amazing video of the creation of the 42 ft. Chartres Labyrinth made of Colorado Sandstone and Black Granite.

Goldsmith Building Labyrinth -- Portland, Oregon


Pebble Mosaic Artist Jeffrey Bale, by Eric Slade, Oregon Public Broadcasting, February 11, 2016

Labyrinth Around America at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland, OR, May 6, 2019

Pathway to Change, TEDx talk by Cathy Rigali.

Learn about labyrinths with Judy Mieger.

Finding Meaning, not Minotaurs: A Beginner’s Guide to Labyrinths, Eliza Pillsbury, TEDxKids@SMU

Walking into Stillness: Encountering the Labyrinth

Circles in the Sand on Oregon Public Broadcasting's Oregon Field Guide.

Ithaca Children's Bulb Labyrinth Memorial Garden

"Dedication of prayer labyrinth is a multi-faith affair" video on The Clarion-Ledger.

"My Faith: How walking the labyrinth changed my life" by Sally Quinn,, Oct. 8, 2011

This inspirational Music Video features the beautiful Lakeside Labyrinth in Nelson, British Columbia

"A meditative journey into the new year: People walk labyrinth at First Presbyterian Church" by Eric Florip, Columbian transportation & environment reporter, The Columbian, January 1, 2014 [pdf]

World Labyrinth Conference ~ 2013 ~ Vancouver Island

Art on the London Underground
A video interview with the artist. "Labyrinth" by Mark Wallinger, 2013.

Pathway to Change: The Jail Labyrinth Project
Hampshire County County Jail and Corrections Facility, Massachusetts (24 min. video) worth watching.

Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield Prison Ministry
Published on Mar 25, 2013. Sister of St. Joseph of Springfield Lorry Villemaire helped inmates build a labyrinth at the Hampshire County Jail as part of a prison ministry program.

Labyrinths Through The Ages
A historical overview of labyrinths across the world over the last 4,000 years. created by Warren Lynn. This is a new version of an earlier video; modified in August, 2012.

aMAZEme Book Labyrinth
Enormous book maze designed and built by Brazilian artists Marcos Saboya and Gualter Pupo (and over fifty volunteers) at Southbank Centre for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

Shalom Prayer Center, Mt. Angel, Oregon
Creating the new labyrinth at Shalom Prayer Center, Mt. Angel, Oregon.

Wilbur Neighborhood Piazza Labyrinth
Creation of the Wilbur Neighborhood Piazza Labyrinth in the intersection of NW Wilbur Ave & N Holman St. in Portland, OR

Labyrinth Build (time lapse)
Time lapse of creating an 82' turf labyrinth at Allisonville Christian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 3.5 minutes. Thanks to John, Randy, Dhyana, Deb, and Buddy the labyrinth dog. music: Caravanserai by Carlos Nakai and William Eaton, used with permission, not for profit.

World Labyrinth Day ~ Walk As One
Members of the Deaf community partake in a Reflective Retreat to celebrate World Labyrinth Day lead by Retreat Facilitator, LaRonda Zupp ~ Turtle Heart Retreats. May 7, 2011

Jim Buchanan's Labyrinth of Light and Music
Impossible Light Installation Scottish land artist Jim Buchanan's amazing water and light installation, Labyrinth. Specially commissioned for the occasion, Buchanan has transformed the Old Fruitmarket into a fascinating water labyrinth.

Circles in the Sand
Sacred Journey's professional quality video shows LNN member Denny Dyke in the process of creating a labyrinth on the beach at Bandon, Oregon. The beautiful labyrinth brings joy to people and is then washed away by the sea. This video was created by Mike Fousie, retired news photographer who became a friend of Denny on the beaches of Bandon and was voted Best of Festival Independent Video at the Oregon Coast Film Festival. Check his site for more about him:

Video in article "My Faith: How Walking the Labyrinth Changed My Life," an Interview with Sally Quinn, CNN News religion blogs, October 8, 2011.

Video of a man making a labyrinth from bottle caps

Dancing at the Edge of Death: The Origins of the Labyrinth in the Paleolithic
Beautiful professional video... about the book by LNN member Jodi Lorimer.

Best Options for Finding Stress Relief
New research shows 43 percent of Americans surveyed suffer from adverse health effects due to stress. Traditional methods of stress relief like eating comfort food or becoming a couch potato can end up adding to health woes. That's why trying an unconventional approach to de-stressing might be a better solution.

Recycling Labyrinth
Designed by Mona Nicole Sfeir US Mission - UN - Geneva, Switzerland World Environment Day, June 5, 2011. This work of art/action consists of 8,000 plastic bottles, which is the number of bottles that go into landfills worldwide every second.

Listen to the Talk
Listen to the talk The following audio links, include music by Cath Connelly, were recorded by Lauren Artress at the Augustine Centre. The cover the introduction to the labyrinth, the role of critical voices in our lives, and the final link listening to the wisdom of our body.

A Jewish Rabbi walking the labyrinth and describing his labyrinth experience.

"A Labyrinth Journey with Eve Hogan"
Eve Hogan, a certified labyrinth facilitator and author of "Way of the Winding Path" provides information on the use of labyrinths throughout time as well as its use as a non-denominational path of self-discovery.

Opening Ceremony to Robert Ferre's workshop
Legacy Meridian Park Hospital, Tualatin, OR, April 25, 2008. Video by Russell Hill

"That's My Art"
Video clip of Gary Kirk featured on OPB TV's "Oregon Art Beat" on Feb 17th & 20th, 2011.

"The Journey Toward Oneness"
Video from LinkTV features the labyrinth in the beginning segment.

Food Labyrinth
Interview with Kay Kinneavy and Lee Gray on YouTube.

Barbara's Beach Labyrinth
YouTube Video created by LNN member Richard Poudrier from Salem of his wife Barbara Manhu
creating a beach labyrinth

Video interview with Lisa Moriarty shows some of the 15 labyrinths she has created at her home. View the Quicktime movie.

Prison Labyrinth Resources

LNN Prison Labyrinth Ministry
Labyrinth Network Northwest has teams of volunteers providing labyrinth walks in 2 Oregon State Correctional Facilities.

Each volunteer is scheduled to assist at one labyrinth walk per month.

One team of volunteers works with women at Coffee Creek Women's Correctional Facility in Wilsonville, OR. The Coffee Creek labyrinth events are weekly on Monday evenings.

A second team of volunteers works with girls at the Oak Creek Youth Correctional Facility in Albany, OR. The Oak Creek labyrinth events are on the 2nd Saturday of each month.

Directions to Oak Creek Youth Correctional Facility

New volunteers are needed. Occasional visitors are welcome with advance approval. If you're interested in being part of the LNN Prison Labyrinth Program, contact for more information.

Reports on LNN's Prison Labyrinth Teams
"Amazing Journeys," The Oregonian, Volume 811, Issue 2, SW, September 2011.

"Labyrinth group helps Wilsonville inmates walk a path of peace,", September 10, 2011 [pdf].

"Oak Creek Barbeque" by Elaine Jenkins and Richard Poudrier
"Youth Prison Labyrinth Program" by Elaine Jenkins
"LNN Prison Labyrinth Program" by Paula Hills Starr

"A Special Volunteer Opportunity awaits You at Coffee Creek" by Jonathan Crane, Tualatin Life, July 16, 2014 [pdf].

Pathway to Change: The Jail Labyrinth Project
Hampshire County County Jail and Corrections Facility, Massachusetts (24 min. video) worth watching.

Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield Prison Ministry
Published on Mar 25, 2013. Sister of St. Joseph of Springfield Lorry Villemaire helped inmates build a labyrinth at the Hampshire County Jail as part of a prison ministry program.

The Labyrinth Society Info about Labyrinths in Prisons
This info written by people with many years experience with Labyrinths in Prisons also includes a contact who can help answer any additional questions.

The Labyrinth Program at Hampshire County Jail and House of Correction in Northampton, MA
Program description (pdf)

American Correctional Association
Associate memberships for students, retired professionals, and volunteers $15

Federal Bureau of Prisons

Oregon Department of Corrections

Audio Interview about Prison Labyrinth Ministry
Very informative interview with Helen Curry, past president of The Labyrinth Society about her many years experience with Prison Labyrinth Ministry on Blog Talk Radio, Oct. 18. You can listen on your computer or download the Podcast:

See the list of archived shows.

"Reducing Recidivism With Visitation," September 12, 2012, Oregon Public Broadcasting.

News Articles
"Labyrinth's unlikely friendship takes on murderous foe" by Ted Gregory, Chicago Tribune, August 8, 2012 [pdf].

"Prisons Rethink Isolation, Saving Money, Lives and Sanity" by Erica Goode, The New York Times, March 10, 2012 [pdf].

"Walking in New Directions: Jail's labyrinth project offers inmates 'tool of transformation,'" Daily Hampshire Gazette, Northampton, MA, October 2011.

Games Criminals Play
Bud Allen / Diana Bosta
ISBN: 0-9605226-0-3

Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison a Memoir
Piper Kermeen
ISBN-10: 0385523394

Crossing the Yard: Thirty Years as a Prison Volunteer
Richard Shelton
ISBN 978-0-8165-2594-2

Interfaith Labyrinth Resources

"Walking The Labyrinth: Embracing the Vocation of a Minister of Music and Choral Vicar," Mezzo Matters blog, December 29, 2014.

"Dedication of prayer labyrinth is a multi-faith affair" video on The Clarion-Ledger.

"The Spiritual Significance of Labyrinths In Christianity," The Spiritual Hub [pdf].

"The Multicultural Tradition of the Labyrinth" article By Robbie Cranch, Mother Earth Living, September/October 1999 [pdf].
From Celtic and Jewish cultures and as a Wiccan symbol, the labyrinth has a rich history that spans many cultures.

"Lectio & Labyrinth: A Gratitude Walk" article by Cindy Serio, MOSAIC bible reflections, November 21, 2013 [pdf].

"Lectio & Labyrinth: A Parable about Patience and Persistence in Prayers for Justice" article by Cindy Serio, MOSAIC bible reflections, October 18, 2013 [pdf].

"NW Labyrinth Gathering Hosts Interfaith Panel"
Article by Myra Smith, Seattle Christian Spirituality Examiner for, June 22, 2011

Australian Newsletter about the Parliament of World Religions held in Dec. 2010.

Video interview of Jewish Rabbi talking about his labyrinth experience.

Interfaith prayers from Scott Crane at Menucha Retreat & Conference Center
- Peace Walk Introduction
- Peace Walk Guided Meditations including prayers from 6 faith traditions

Interfaith Organizations, Institutes & Partner Denominations

Virtual Labyrinth Walks

Virtual Labyrinths
for computer

Virtual Labyrinth Walks - TLS
A variety of labyrinth walks to do on your computer.
Be sure to try this!

Gratefulness Labyrinth Pilgrimage
As you move the curser along the path, photographs and words of wisdom appear, which are always different no matter how many times you do it. This site also includes virtual candles which you can light and liturgy of the hours.

Lakeside Labyrinth
Virtual Labyrinth Walk Uses 7 colors for the 7 chakras and includes a poem for meditation

Virtual labyrinth Walks
Traces the path of 8 different kinds of labyrinths: Classical, Roman, Otfrid, Medieval, American, Musterschw, Himmelkron, Schwanberg Try every one! There's interesting variety in their presentation.

Mobile Device Apps
for iPhone, Android, Palm, etc.

Finger Labyrinth HD for Ipad and Iphone
Choose from ten different classic and original labyrinths, a variety of backgrounds, and soothing nature sounds to help you relax in the middle of your hectic day. You can even use your favorite iTunes music to accompany you on your journey.

Labyrinth is the classic game where you control a steel ball by tilting a wooden labyrinth. It is available for iPhone/iPod touch and Android. The full version of Labyrinth has over 1000 levels .

This App provides six beautiful labyrinth designs. A green glass marble traces your path through the labyrinth. This ball can move on its own, or perhaps you would prefer to slide it along its path using your touch. Listen to soothing music while you allow yourself a few minutes of peaceful meditation or prayer.

Labyrinth Walk
Tilt phone to direct an element through the paths of a Chartres-style labyrinth, and can do so to the sound of crystal bowls representing different chakras along the path. It is intended for meditation and relaxation, and has a nice description of the labyrinth.

Labyrinth Ball Smart Phone App
3-Dimensional Labyrinth balls have now been adapted as a smart phone app. It works on the droid and the developers are hoping to get some feedback before moving on to an iphone / ipad version. Please help by filling out a 3 question survey. The app is located at or

LNN Member Labyrinth Links

Mary Andonian

Mary Andonian is an instructor, speaker, and author of the teen book, Bitsy’s Labyrinth, an inspirational story about a girl whose mother creates a labyrinth on their lavender farm, and all of the cool things that happen because of it.

Mary is the former agents and editors coordinator for the annual Willamette Writers conference, one of the largest writing events in the country. She now serves on the board of Willamette Writers.

For more info about Mary’s book, please go to Mary’s website:

Ashland Community Hospital Labyrinth -- Bob Vlach

The labyrinth at Ashland Community Hospital is a "memorial" to an employee, my wife Sherita, who passed as a result of Pancreatic cancer in 2008. It is a "five circuit Neomedieval Chelsea" design with added features. It is available to the public at any time and is posted on the labyrinth locater website. Additional information may be gleaned from the following website and blogsite:

Christiana Brinton

Christiana Brinton's blog, Experiencing Labyrinth Liminality with Christiana focuses on creating liminal threshold space so that sacred space is invoked and present with every labyrinth walked.

Lorna Cahall

Lorna Cahall's website promotes her writing and her interest in the archetypal elements of the labyrinth, its origin and mythology. She explores the realm of the Goddess Ariadne, whose dances underlay the pattern of the Cretan earliest labyrinths. The publication A Pilgrimage Through the Labyrinth, tracing the origin and uses of the labyrinth will soon be available from her website.

Denny Dyke

Denny Dyke, founder of Sacred Journeys, which is dedicated to the path of the labyrinth as a means of transformation and healing, has taken labyrinth making to the sands of the Oregon coast. The intent of Circles in the Sand is to provide temporary labyrinths that everyone can enjoy and have a better understanding of them. For more information on Circles in the Sand and where and when Denny will be drawing on the beach, please go to his website:

"Sacred Journeys" is a professional quality video which shows Denny in the process of creating a labyrinth on the beach at Bandon, Oregon. The beautiful labyrinth brings joy to people and is then washed away by the sea.

Emmanuel Episcopal Parish of
Orcas Island, WA

Emmanuel Episcopal Parish of Orcas Island, WA boasts one of the most comprehensive church websites for labyrinth enthusiasts. Discover WA. State labyrinth facts and find a wide choice of labyrinth websites, books, scriptures and activities.

Rae Hight, Moxie Consultation

Rae and her husband, Jim, installed their 30' modified Cretan labyrinth (design created and initial ribbon laid down by Dan Niven, ) in 2007. They had the official blessing during the summer solstice in 2008. Named EmmaBella for the calm, quiet energy of Emma and the joyous, bouncy energy of Bella, she is available for public walks the third Sunday of every month. Please feel free to contact Rae, Port Orchard, Washington.

Nancy Klos

Nancy Klos - artist, designer, teacher now offers "Needlepoint the Labyrinth" online as kits for order. A percentage of each sale will go to Mercy Corps each month to help with humanitarian assistance and aid in Japan. Klos Studios offers a matching fund for these donations.

The Laughing Flower Labyrinth & Landscape Co.

The Laughing Flower Labyrinth & Landscape Co. offers personalized, professional gardening services and unique labyrinth creation for your home, garden, clinic, church or retreat. Our mission is to create sacred space for those who are seeking the Spirit. Our work includes temporary or permanent labyrinth installations; affordably-priced portable labyrinths with a variety of colors, styles, fabrics and materials; portable labyrinth rentals, labyrinth facilitation, and presentations at retreats/workshops.

Call or email Myra Smith at 360-927-8803 or for a free consult about our variety of services to meet your particular home, nonprofit, church or business needs. For more information, photos, and more, visit

Jodi Lorimer

Explore the Origins of the Labyrinth: How can both god and monster reside at the center of the labyrinth? In a carefully researched new book, follow a fascinating Ariadne's thread of reasoning back in time to the Paleolithic where artist/shamans perfected the labyrinthine experience in the deep caves of Europe 35,000 years ago. And discover the original healing power of the Minotaur.

Milwaukie Lutheran Church

Diana Ng

Diana Ng loves to work with people to find peace and possibilities. She is a nurse educator and organization development consultant, who also designs and builds labyrinths. She successfully led the project with the City of Surrey in building the first public labyrinth in Greater Vancouver's Lower Mainland (British Columbia, Canada). She has introduced the benefits of walking labyrinths to various groups including post-secondary instructors, leaders in organization development, senior wellness groups, business owners, Church Worshipers, and hospital employees.

Eunice Schroeder

Sacred Journey Ministries is the Labyrinth organization founded and directed by Eunice Schroeder, D. Min., a member of Labyrinth Network Northwest. Eunice holds Labyrinth workshops, retreats, and Walks all over the Pacific Northwest, often using her 2 canvas traveling Labyrinths.

Stephen Shibley

In 2005 I was licensed as a Landscape Architect. I offer landscape architectural services specializing in labyrinth design and construction as a vehicle for transformation….designing gardens that invite people to discover their sacred ground.

St. Luke the Physician Episcopal Church

St. Luke the Physician Episcopal Church, 120 SW Towle Ave. (1 blk So. Of Powell), in  Gresham, invites you to walk our outdoor Chartres design labyrinth and surrounding garden.  The WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE labyrinth is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day to the public.  An information kiosk welcomes you at the entrance and offers tips for walking for the uninitiated.  Sign our guestbook and/or leave a prayer request. We welcome all to our HOSTED PUBLIC WALKS on the fourth Friday of each month at 6:30pm. These walks coincide with OPEN CHURCH, where our candle-lit sanctuary, filled with chant music, will be open to all for contemplation from 6:30 –9:00pm each month.  

Contact: St. Luke’s

Labyrinth photos & information on our website.

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, located in NW Portland, celebrates the tenth anniversary of the installation of our permanent labyrinth this year. The Chartres design labyrinth is inlaid into the wooden floor of our parish hall, Kempton Hall. We welcome all to our hosted public walks on the third Monday of each month except January from 4 to 9 pm.

Patricia Carney, 408-608-8974 (Patricia’s cell),
Barbara Schondelmayer, 503-913-9191 (home),

Bob Wilson

Discover how to become your own mindful and compassionate lifestyle self-manager as you cultivate twelve essential skills that create life-long well-being, a healthy weight, and a more vibrant friskiness.

Contact: Bob Wilson 503-281-2296

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