Labyrinths are a walking meditation to enable quiet, prayerful reflection. They are found in many religious traditions around the world. The continuous path leads to the center and back out. The labyrinth’s turns and resting places can symbolize your spiritual journey, inviting you to experience the presence of the Spirit in your life.
Labyrinths at the MCC (both outdoor and inside the Covenant Room) are patterned after the 800-year old design at Chartres Cathedral in France.
The stone sculpture "Namaste" (“the Spirit in me greets the Spirit in you,” carved by congregation member Don Tubesing) invites you to sit on a marble bench before or after your walk, an expansion of your calm reflection.