Have you ever followed a path, not sure of exactly where it would lead, but certain that you would find your way home? Do you sometimes sit quietly with God and the memories of friends and family who have passed away? Is there a special place you go when you need some peace or a few moments away from the chaos and busyness of your day?
In early 2003, a few people dreamed that the Church of Our Redeemer could provide just such a special place – a place to follow a safe path; a place to find peace; a place that welcomes all to life’s journeys and provides peace and rest when those journeys end.
In the spring of 2008, that dream finally became a reality as our landscape, designed by Monica Connor, came to include a low-walled memorial garden and beautiful plantings surrounding it and our labyrinth, which had been installed in June, 2007 as the subject of a “Do-It-Yourself” cable network program “Rock Solid”.
The labyrinth is located at the corner of Meriam Street and Patriots Drive, in the northeast corner of the church’s property. It is open to the public 24 hours a day.
Take a tour of the labyrinth with parishioner Janet Kern below.