Outdoor Labyrinth Re-Established in St. John’s

people re-establishing the labyrinth in the cathedral yard in St. John's
Ellen Reid

As shown in this  photograph, taken and submitted by Ellen Reid, the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) repeated the project of having an outdoor labyrinth this year in the church yard. This piece of green space, between the cathedral and Duckworth Street, is also home to a community greenhouse (as highlighted in the October 2021 issue of Anglican Life).

For thousands of years, people have used walking labyrinths for prayer, with the twists and turns symbolizing life’s journey, always finding salvation and God at the centre of everything.

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