A labyrinth is a divine imprint that is found in various forms in all religious traditions around the world. A labyrinth has only one path, so there are no tricks to it and no dead ends. The pathway in is the same as the pathway out. The labyrinth becomes a mirror for where we are in our lives, and a metaphor for our spiritual journey. A walk through the labyrinth touches our sorrows and releases our joys.
Holy Trinity’s Labyrinth is located in the courtyard on Greene Street next to the sanctuary. It is well-lit and open to walkers 24 hours a day. Instructions for walking can be found on the covered walkway in front of the labyrinth near Greene Street.
The Labyrinth Keepers are an ecumenical group dedicated to providing education and opportunities for people to experience transformation through walking the Labyrinth. The group meets the first Monday of each month from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. in Smyth Library at Holy Trinity. The Labyrinth Keepers plan, advertise, train, and provide facilitators for a variety of community-wide labyrinth offerings. Contact Libby Haile at for more information about how you can become active in the mission of Holy Trinity’s Labyrinth.