A labyrinth, a circling route that offers an opportunity to walk and pray, is temporarily drawn on the southwest corner of the St. Paul campus.
Labyrinth Guide – Download a guide created by Elaine Olson.
Labyrinths assist individuals in Christian meditation and prayer. In the Middle Ages, labyrinths were used as a way for people to participate in a pilgrimage without the expense or time required in actually going to another place. Labyrinths were created on the floors of cathedrals to help draw people into meditation.
People who wish to use the labyrinth do not need to register, but please do keep social distancing guidelines in mind.