The labyrinth is an ancient tool for prayer, an invitation to slow down and attend to the journey of life. Labyrinths are not meant to be solved but simply to be walked, quietly, prayerfully, deliberately.
St. Christopher’s member Michael Walther created a labyrinth on the church grounds in 2010 as an Eagle Scout project, with lots of help from fellow scouts. It is located across the parking lot from the church entrance, near the 79th Avenue gate. You are welcome to walk the labyrinth at any time. If the gates are closed when you arrive, feel free to park outside either gate and walk around on the path.
Enter the labyrinth with a question in mind. Enter with a simple prayer to repeat as you go. Or simply enter with a spirit of openness to God’s presence, and see where the slow and steady walk takes you.