- The labyrinth is installed in the grassy
area which borders the Parish Hall and Parking Lot.
Because this area is designated for future building expansion, the
labyrinth is constructed of grass and brick pavers
which can be moved to another location when the new building is
- Sod forms the paths of the labyrinth, and paths
are marked with brown pavers. The entrance to the
labyrinth is also marked with brick pavers. (See dark
area on drawing.)
- The paths are 4' wide and wheelchair accessible.
- To trace how walkers move through the labyrinth, start at
number 1 on the drawing and follow the path until you reach the
center of the labyrinth. To exit the labyrinth, walkers may either
retrace their steps and return to the entrance or take the direct
outlet (illustrated by arrows below).
- To reduce maintenance of the labyrinth, the pavers are embedded in the soil in order to allow the labyrinth to be cut with
the lawn tractor.
- Because the labyrinth is located in an area which is already under
lights, it is possible for walkers to use the labyrinth
- The labyrinth was funded by donations made in memory of
Kathryn Floyd, a long-time Holy Family parishioner whose love,
dedication, strength, perseverance, and spirituality best exemplified the
spirit of Holy Family.
- The labyrinth was designed by George Porter Associates.
We greatly appreciate all of the time that George has donated for
our Labyrinth project!
- Labyrinth Committee: Ed Merritt, Laura Sorrells, George Porter, Diane Wells, Carolyn Wheeler, or Edie