top of page

Just beyond our parking lot on an adjacent parcel sits our meditation path and labyrinth, an area open to the public for introspection, prayer, and communing with nature. Designed by Charley Day, Peter Salmon, and Lyle Hixenbaugh and built with the help of local youth and craftsmen, the labyrinth and path were dedicated in 2004 by the Rt. Rev. Paul V. Marshall, then-bishop of the Diocese of Bethlehem. 


Fourteen markers along the meditation path represent Stations of the Cross. Benches invite visitors to sit in quiet contemplation. The labyrinth, a classical seven-circuit path with a tree at the center, is designed so that you are facing Jerusalem upon entering it. We invite you to come enjoy this peaceful setting and to learn more about labyrinths at The Labyrinth Society.

bottom of page