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Labyrinths are a way to listen to God that date back to ancient times, often called walking prayer. There is no right or wrong way to walk a labyrinth.

One simple method is to use the time as you walk to the center to empty out your thoughts, sharing your burdens with God. You can pause in the center for as long as you would like, thanking God and quietly resting. Then walk outward, listening to what thoughts and answers might arise from God.


St Stephen’s labyrinth sits in the field beyond the red-roofed pavilion. You are welcome to walk this labyrinth whenever you want. Another nearby labyrinth can be found at Carlisle Biddle Mission Park

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