Due to the ongoing pandemic, our Labyrinth is not available for use at this time. Check back to this page for future updates on availability.
The Labyrinth is a spiritual tool for meditation and healing. A growing number of individuals have rediscovered the labyrinth as a path to prayer, introspection and emotional healing.
Labyrinths are usually in the form of a circle with a meandering but purposeful path; from the edge to the center and back out again. It is large enough to be walked into and it has only one path.
The Labyrinth will be available on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month (not available June, July, or August).
Who has walked the Covenant Labyrinth?
The Labyrinth at Covenant Presbyterian Church arrived in June 1998. The design is a classical eleven-circuit Labyrinth. The best known example of this Labyrinth remains embedded in the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France.
Many have walked and found comfort from the Labyrinth at Covenant Church. Walkers have included parents, camp counselors, grieving family members, cancer victims, confirmation class participants, AA members, children and individuals of all ages and concerns.
Anyone and everyone can walk and appreciate the labyrinth. Individuals unable to walk the Labyrinth may benefit from a laptop finger Labyrinth available as needed by contacting the church.
The Labyrinth will typically be available on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month September through June.
To schedule individual or group Labyrinth walks or for more information please contact the church office at (570) 346-6400.