We are excited to share with you our Prayer Labyrinth on the front lawn of our church. A labyrinth is not a maze; a labyrinth has a clear path to enter and to exit, and is designed to assist visitors in Christian meditation and prayer. In the Middle Ages, labyrinths were used as a way for people to participate in a pilgrimage without the expense or time required to actually go to another place.
Enjoy our labyrinth as a quiet place to connect closer with God.
1) Follow the path, walking slowly towards the center, “Walk in love” (Ephesians 5:2).
As you move toward the center of the labyrinth, focus on letting go of worldly attachments or come to God with a question.
2) Stand quietly in the center, “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10).
At the center, also come to the center of your relationship with God. You may linger in this space, spending time reflecting on and praying about your relationship with God.
3) As you return, “Go in peace” (Judges 18:6).
Eventually the need returns to move out into the world again. As you leave the center, walk with Jesus back into places of ministry as a renewed person.