gym floor with labyrith painted

“I have found labyrinths a rich spiritual practice for many years. The community that is building around this one has added a beautiful dimension.”


“Picking up a card

Walking on a labyrinth

What a communion!”



A place for pause and contemplation.

Wednesdays, 7 p.m.

Contemporary and ancient. Movement and stillness. Pilgrimage and quiescence. Solitude and community. Modeled after the ancient labyrinth found in the cathedral in Chartres, France, our indoor labyrinth winds you through a path of unwinding. We gather each Wednesday evening at 7, connect over a shared reading, story or poem, then walk.