The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth at Good Shepherd is a replica of the Labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral and is a path for prayer and reflection. A single pathway leads you out of the busy world and into the center to open your heart and mind to God. Then, renewed and refreshed. journey back out into the world again to love God and serve your neighbor. 

Anyone or any group is welcome to walk the Labyrinth at any time. 

How to Walk the Labyrinth:


As you enter the labyrinth, let go of the distractions and disappointments of your life by naming them before God. Open your heart and mind to God’s healing love by shedding these concerns and placing them before God. Confess and acknowledge your own failings to know the forgiveness, grace, and compassion that God wants to give to you. Resolve to make right the wrongs to others and to amend your own life.


When you enter the center of the labyrinth, rest and remain there as long as you would like. Listen for and allow God to speak to you out of the silence.


As you begin the walk out of the labyrinth, turn your heart to God by praising him and expressing your gratitude to him for the blessings, joys, and challenges of your life.

Learn more about the history of Labyrinths at: