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The Labyrinth: Walking a Sacred Path

Each of us, at some point in life, embarks on a journey.
A quest for solace, for truth, for inner peace, for the real meaning of it all.
A pilgrimage to find one's soul. Landmarks are hard to come by, and we can easily become disoriented.
The labyrinth, a metaphor for one's life journey, can help show the way. The very act of walking the labyrinth encourages focus, assists in opening up the self, in creating a place deep inside where new insights and awareness can germinate, take root and grow. Each journey is unique.
People who like labyrinth tend to cross denominational and religious lines to explore them.

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7-Circuit Celtic Labyrinth

11-Circuit Chartres Labyrinth

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Other Local Labyrinths
(moving from North to South):

  • There is a Labyrinth at the Unity Church of Vero Beach, FL at 950 43rd Avenue.
    http://unityofvero.org/

  • There is a canvass eleven-circuit labyrinth at St Luke's Episcopal Church, 5150 SE Railway Ave., Port Salerno, FL 34992. Call (561) 286-5455 for availability.
    http://stlukesfl.org/

     

  • There is an Eleven-Circuit Labyrinth at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 400 Seabrook Rd., Tequesta, FL. http://www.goodsheponline.com/

     

  • There is an eleven-circuit outdoor brick labyrinth at the Episcopal Duncan Center, 15820 S. Military Trail in Delray Beach, FL, west of the Linton Blvd exit from I-95. There is a second labyrinth made of granite on the floor of their new Schofield Chapel. Phone 561-496-4130 for availability.  http://www.duncancenter.org/

     

  • There is an eleven-circuit labyrinth in an outdoor split egg sculpture at  
    Biotest Pharmaceuticals, 5800 Park of Commerce within a gated commercial park just west of I-95 and north of Yamato Road. The black granite sculpture looks like halves of an egg and is in front of their World Headquarters Building. At two-feet in diameter, it is too small to walk.

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    There is a seven-circuit labyrinth at
    The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton
    2601 St. Andrews Blvd. Boca Raton FL 33434
    Phone 561.482.2001 http://www.uufbr.org/

  • There is an eleven-circuit outdoor brick labyrinth near the Middle School at 
    St Andrew Episcopal School, 3900 Jog Rd, Boca Raton, FL 33434 561/210-2127.
    It is named for Mary Ellen Cassini and is located at the north west end of the campus near NE 37 Street. 
    http://www.saintandrews.net/

     

  • There is a seven-circuit labyrinth at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, inside the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing (NU-84.) Visit during 9-4 business hours. See http://nursing.fau.edu/

     

  • There is a canvass eleven-circuit labyrinth at St Gregory's Episcopal Church, 100 NE Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton, FL 33432. Email stgreg@bellsouth.net or phone (561) 395-8285 for availability. http://www.stgregorysepiscopal.org/

     

  • There is an eleven-circuit concrete labyrinth at the North Campus of Broward College, 1000 Coconut Creek Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33066.
    It's outdoors just west of OMNI Auditorium, Bldg. 60.  
    http://www.broward.edu/

  • There is a friendship, or mirrored, 5-circuit outdoor labyrinth at Virginia S. Young Elementary School, 101 NE 11th Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
    http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/virginiayoung/VSY_Home.html

     

  • There is a three-circuit outdoor labyrinth at HospiceCare of Southeast Florida, Inc., 309 SE 18 Street, Fort Lauderdale, 33316 in the Meditation Garden on the West side of the building.

     

  • There is a outdoor seven-circuit labyrinth at Unity Church at 2750 Van Buren St., Hollywood, FL. http://www.unityofhollywood.com/

     

  • There is an outdoor 3-circuit contemporary labyrinth at the Center for Human Development, 5809 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, FL  http://www.espcenter.com/

     

  • There is an outdoor 5-circuit mini-Chartres labyrinth at Trinity Lutheran Church, 7150 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, FL
    On Facebook  Trinity-Lutheran-Church-Pembroke-Pines/

     

  • There is an outdoor eleven-circuit medieval labyrinth at the Miami Lakes Methodist Church, 14800 NW 67 Ave, Miami Lakes, FL 33014 (South down 67th Avenue inside the Bend of the Palmetto Expressway), Phone 305/759-4451. http://miamilakesumc.net/

     

  • There is an eleven-circuit labyrinth at Unity by the Bay Church, 411 NE 21 St, Miami. See http://www.unityonthebay.org/

     

  • There is an outdoor medieval labyrinth outdoors at Christ Congregational Church, 14920 SW 67 St., Palmetto Bay, FL.

     

  • The Seven-Circuit Classic Labyrinth at the UU Congregation of Miami, 7701 SW 76 Ave., Miami. http://www.uumia.org/

     

  • There is an outdoor eleven-circuit labyrinth at the Big Pine United Methodist Church, Key Deer Boulevard, Big Pine Key, FL 33043 (305) 872-4444.
    http://bigpineumc.org/

     

  • If you know of any more labyrinths in Southeast Florida, please e-mail our gatekeeper@uucfl.org .