Country Homes Christian Church

Chalice w:shadow

(Disciples of Christ)

Our Labyrinth


Labyrinths as spiritual tools within the Christian tradition date back to at least the fourth century, and were in considerable use by the Franco-Christian community in the late 12th century. Today, in the 21st century, labyrinths are, once again, in wide use by Christians across North America, Europe, portions of Africa and in other global communities. It is used in a variety of ways for a variety of purposes, from therapeutic to pietistic, pragmatic to mystical and intuitive. The labyrinth can be a metaphor for our spiritual journey. As a spiritual practice walking the labyrinth offers us a powerful tool with which to develop greater intimacy with God, and also one's self, as well as the wider human community.

Our Labyrinth
Located in the trees just west of our parking lot, our labyrinth is open for anyone to walk at any time. Stop by and check it out the next time you are in the neighborhood.

Resource Materials
click here to download a packet of materials. The files are in pdf format, contained in a zip file.


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