THE LABYRINTH AT ASCENSION
Ascension's labyrinth, built by William G. for his Eagle Scout project, is located in the church's backyard along Second Avenue NW and is open from dawn to dusk. You do not have to have any specific spiritual belief or faith to use our labyrinth; we offer the labyrinth as a tool to help others gain a sense of wholeness and peace.
Walking the labyrinth is an ancient Christian practice of contemplative prayer. A labyrinth has one path that meanders and wanders toward the center. This path is meant to represent our spiritual journey with God, which is the center of our lives. Sometimes we get close to the center, only to turn away. Sometimes when we are furthest from the center, there is great hope that the path is bringing us back closer.
Ascension’s labyrinth can be accessed by following the stairs and trail behind the church office wing (to the right of the handicap and visitor parking), or by parking in the lower campus parking lot located off Second Avenue NW.
We frequently offer guided labyrinth walks so check our Events page often. You may also use the below link to download our brochure to make the most of a self-guided walk.