Located in the Fellowship Hall and part of THE HUB conference area, First Presbyterian’s labyrinth is available for individual prayer and meditation and can be reserved for group walks. Guided walks can be arranged.
First Presbyterian’s labyrinth is generally available for individual prayer and meditation at the following times. Group walks can be arranged at the convenience of the groups.
Monday – Thursday mornings, 9:00 – 12:00
Select Thursday evenings after Midweek Pause, 7:00 – 8:00
Sundays immediately before/after worship, 8:30 – 9:00; 10:15 – 11:00
Please contact the church office to verify availability. Group walks require a reservation through the church office.
About the Labyrinth
Designed by Randy Johnson with iconography by Loretta Hartmann, First Presbyterian’s Labyrinth is a five-circuit modified Chartres style. Its unique square design with bump-outs allows the path to stretch a full 120 yards. The “chapels” within each bump-out provide space for meditation and to allow walkers to easily pass each other. The icons, inspired by the congregation’s collection of chrismons, represent different aspects of the Godhead. The patterns along the inner circuit were inspired by Celtic crosses and ancient medieval tiles.