The Labyrinth at Green Pond United Methodist Church

Tucked deep into the meadow of our Church property is a lovely, peaceful labyrinth.  The labyrinth is much like the spirit of our church – it is welcoming and powerful; a special place for reflection, peace and pause. 

 

The labyrinth is a Concentric Ceremonial design that was created in 2007 by Marisa DeSentis as her Girl Scout Gold Award project.  Later, in 2012, Ryne Gade refurbished the Labyrinth for his Boy Scout Eagle project.  Wildflower gardens are positioned to either side of the Labyrinth and a walkway and benches have been added to offer a place to read, write or visit with a friend. 

 

The Green Pond Labyrinth is open for anyone to enjoy.  We are thrilled to share the gift of this special ancient path. 

 

Location:  To the left of the church building, set back in the meadow between wildflower gardens. 

 

Note: Park to the far left of the lot along the evergreen tree line. Walking shoes suggested as there is a grassy area to cover before reaching the path. 

 

Hours:  Daylight hours only please.  The labyrinth is open year-round, but may not be in top condition during winter months. 

 

Labyrinth Links and Information:

https://labyrinthsociety.org/about-labyrinths

http://veriditas.org/guidelines

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