Prayer Labyrinth

 

 

About the Labyrinth

 

The Memorial Labyrinth Garden is located to the north side of the Education Wing and Sanctuary.  It has been dedicated to the memory of many special members, and is always available for private prayer and meditation.

A PATHWAY TO PEACE

Take a moment to stroll the garden path to enjoy the newly installed landscaping by Lori Spielman Landscaping. As you pass the entrance between the boulder and hinoki cypress, listen for the soothing chimes mounted on the 3 rd church spire. Ahead you are greeted by dwarf lilacs, a forest pansy redbud tree and fringe tree flanking the outdoor classroom. The peace pole on the right is surrounded by a planting of vinca. Fragrant viburnums and dwarf ninebarks soften the fence on the left and beyond a grouping of hydrangeas. On the right two newly installed benches surround the fountain in sight of the new container plantings which take you to the labyrinth, your destination for prayer and meditation. The labyrinth is framed by a planting of hostas and lily of the valley. Plaques will be placed on the boulder and labyrinth granite post.

Please find the garden as a peaceful retreat to honor a loved one or special occasion. You may use it for a moment of solitude or a meeting with friends. Bask in the sunshine or rest in the shade with the soothing sounds of the fountain. Perhaps your committee will find inspiration in the outdoor classroom or meet for Bible study. Imagine it as a place for an intimate wedding.

Memorial funds, river rock purchases, and landscaping donations have made the garden transformation a reality.

We are truly thankful to all those who have contributed.

Memorial Stones

Coming soon

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