Public Programs & Outreach

Cathedral Labyrinth Walks: Movement and Meditation Beyond Words

Sunday, February 2, 2020 | 1:00pm

The labyrinth is a sacred pattern that leads you on a path to its center and back out again. This interfaith, ecumenical, spiritual prayer tool offers many ways to encounter the Holy. It’s a way of praying with the body that invites God into an active conversation with the heart and soul. The Cathedral is free and open to the public on Sundays. Come explore the beautiful chapels in the Crypt (downstairs) before or after praying the labyrinth.

Listen to Terri Lynn Simpson, the Coordinator for the Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage, describe how to walk the labyrinth.

Main Level St. Mary's Chapel Great Choir War Memorial Chapel Nave Click to Enlarge
Lower Level Bethlehem Chapel St. Joseph
of Arimathea Chapel
Resurrection Chapel Center for Prayer & Pilgrimage Click to Enlarge
Grounds North Lawn Virginia Mae Center Cathedral Entrance Walker Court Bishop's Garden Amphitheater Cathedral Library Click to Enlarge