Labyrinth

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We are all on a spiritual journey.  A labyrinth is a medieval pattern used for meditation and spiritual growth, which can serve as a symbol for that journey.  Unlike a maze, a labyrinth has no wrong turns; it is one winding path leading to the center.

The St. John’s labyrinth, modeled after the original labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral outside Paris, is beautifully hand-painted on canvas and measures 30’ in diameter.  It was created for the church as part of a Girl Scout Gold Award project in 2012.