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The St. Barnabas Labyrinth

While a labyrinth looks very much like a maze, its purpose is quite different.  While a maze is a puzzle, usually with tricks or dead ends, a labyrinth is a continuous path that leads to the center and then leads back out. There are no tricks, no dead ends.  

The intention is that those following the path inward are moving closer to God at the center and then returning to the world to do God’s work.

The labyrinth at St. Barnabas is located outdoors, on the east side of the building, along the Prayer Path. We welcome quiet, prayerful visitors at any time during daylight hours.