View Screen-Reader Accessible Site


Walking the labyrinth is an ancient spiritual act and a prayer of the body that is being rediscovered in our day. Although the labyrinth crosses many sacred traditions, it is rooted in Christian history, and has often been seen as a form of pilgrimage.
The Cabrini worship space is transformed for a few days, and filled with a 28 foot canvas labyrinth (a replica of the stone labyrinth in the floor of Chartres Cathedral in France.)  It is available for anyone to walk, in whatever way one wishes, throughout the day, with continuous music and candlelit environment.  Some history, background materials, and suggestions for preparing to walk it will be available, although there are as many ways to walk it as there are people!  ALL, including children, are welcome throughout these days.

“If you want to know God better, you should take a walk with God” – 4 year old Asa

October 2013