World Labyrinth Day is Saturday May 7th “Walk as One at 1” (we will meet at 12:30pm) is a worldwide celebration of the labyrinth and encourages peace around the globe, with groups walking all over the world at 1:00 p.m their local time zone. On this 14th annual World Labyrinth Day, we will walk our UUCCH labyrinth at 1:00 p.m. local time to help create a rolling wave of peaceful energy passing from one time zone to the next around the globe. Meet in Fellowship Hall at 12:30pm to get into a meditative mindset for our walk. In case of light rain, bring an umbrella. If rain is heavy we will walk inside Fellowship Hall on our canvas labyrinth. Join us on the path! https://www.worldlabyrinthday.org/ Download the ‘Walk as One at 1’ flyer here.

Join us on Saturday, May 7 at 12:30pm, to ‘Walk as One at 1pm

Upcoming guided labyrinth walks for 2022: June 3, July 8, August 12, September 9, and October 14 and November 4. All walks begin at 7pm. Please bring a mask and practice social distancing. View the map below for parking information. You may view or download the labyrinth walk flyer here.

Enjoy the peaceful, calming beauty of our labyrinth. Share in loving community, create a mindful spiritual moment.

Don’t know how to walk a labyrinth? No worries! We are here to guide you on the path.

In case of rain we walk with umbrellas or inside on our canvas labyrinth. If it will be near/after sunset, please bring a flashlight for safety. Meet in Fellowship Hall to get into a meditative mindset. Join us on the path!

A view of our labyrinth around the time of the autumn solstice.

Building a Pathway to Spiritual, Mental, and Physical Wholeness

The labyrinth during a guided walk.

A labyrinth is a place to open your heart and quiet your mind, a place of reflective meditation. It is a pilgrimage where you can discover your true self and your relationship to whatever you hold sacred. 

A labyrinth can be a path for those who feel lost to feel found. It is a space for renewal of the mind and the spirit. A labyrinth fosters an experience of peace and stillness. It is a place of healing the body and the mind. Walking a labyrinth allows you to set aside the cares of the world to focus completely on self.

A labyrinth promotes a simple, directed, open air, meditative exercise. It moves one inward to the center and then, rejuvenated, moves one back outward into the world.

Because you see the path ahead in a labyrinth, you cannot get lost or trapped in it as you would in a maze. This allows you to focus on a contemplative journey as you walk.

Our labyrinth is open to individuals and groups daily from sunrise to sunset. Your journey can take 10 – 20 minutes or it may last as long as you need. The shared, respectful use of the labyrinth includes individuals or groups engaged in a meditative, reflective and respectful journey. 

Personal Thoughts From Congregational Members
“Walking a labyrinth is an outdoor worship experience that one cannot get inside a church.”

“Walking the labyrinth leaves me feeling refreshed and renewed.”

“…an opportunity to deepen our spiritual practice and further our sense of community…”

“The UUCCH Labyrinth was placed on a sacred spot, the site of our former church. Walking our labyrinth is a connection to the past as well as a path to the future.”

The labyrinth set up to host a wedding ceremony.

How to Hold Your Special Event on the UUCCH Labyrinth 

Our facilities can accommodate a wide variety of functions. Please see here for renting our space.

Directions

As you enter the UUCCH grounds, you will pass solar panels on the right. You can park in either of the front parking lots and walk around the building to the right, or you can drive along a one-way driveway to the right of the main building. You will see the labyrinth on your left. There is limited parking opposite the labyrinth (behind the building). To return to Kings Highway, continue on the one-way driveway.

Contact

labyrinth@uucch.org  

A painting of the future site of the labyrinth outlined in luminaries.
The original photo was taken by Ed Fox and Sue Carroll completed the painting.