Fellowship in Prayer Labyrinth
“When we walk the labyrinth, the mysterious winding path becomes a metaphor for our spiritual journey. It becomes a mirror reflecting the place where we stand in our lives. We invite you to walk it with an open mind, and an open heart.”
Guidelines for Use
The Labyrinth is open to the public from dawn until dusk, 7 days / week.
No appointment is needed except for groups of 10 or more.
As you use the labyrinth, please step mindfully; do not disturb the rocks.
Kindly remember that there is no place to put trash; take yours with you.
On-street parking is strongly suggested.
Labyrinth Rededication: June 21, 2018
In the spring of 2018, Fellowship in Prayer opened the newly revitalized labyrinth to the public. Originally designed and created by Ani Trime Lhamo in 1999, the Board of Directors has restored and renewed its gift to the community to be used for personal reflection and prayer.
David Newton, Board President explains, “The labyrinth was long overdue for a restoration; we requested redesign bids from a number of contractors. The landscaper we chose to perform the restoration, Sean Damm of Appraisal Boost Lawn & Landscaping, LLC, went to great effort to improve the physical design of the labyrinth and enhance the experience for all those who use a labyrinth to help them pray and meditate.”