Plymouth Church's Labyrinth Ministry creates a sacred space for reflection, prayer and renewal. Used for over 5000 years by cultures and religious traditions around the world, the labyrinth is a powerful spiritual tool for personal transformation. 

The winding path symbolizes a journey, a pilgrimage and allows time and place for inner reflection. Walking with a quiet receptive mind restores and energizes, invites a sense of calm, stirs creativity and offers peace. In the silence of sacred space, away from chaos, the labyrinth is a place to find ourselves. We sense our connection to the deeper Mystery unfolding around us. The experience is different each time.

Labyrinths are open to all as non-denominational, cross-cultural tools of well-being.

The Labyrinth is open at Plymouth every first Thursday of the month.

Please join us in Hildebrand Hall (2nd Floor) 10 am - 2 pm




For more information, please contact:

Sharon Brown, (206) 723-3955 or selizabethbrown@msn.com.