Our Vision: A space for rest, prayer, and play for all
During the spring and summer of 2012, we built a "Welcome Garden" next to our church building. We hope the garden will be a physically and spiritually accessible space for neighbors, friends, and visitors.
The central feature of this garden is a labyrinth. Labyrinths are found in many world cultures. They feature one circuitous path leading into the center and out again. In medieval Europe, labyrinths were used as a tool for Christian devotion. In recent decades, labyrinths have re-emerged as a kinetic form of prayer or meditation, attractive to many both within and outside of Christian traditions. This labyrinth was handcrafted in stone by Marty Kermeen. Landscaping was provided by A Blade of Grass.
Visit the Garden
The Welcome Garden is free and open to the public. We just ask that you be considerate of the space and others who are using it. Please contact us if you would like to schedule a group visit or if you would like to be informed about future events.
Read the Garden brochure.
Visit our Welcome Garden blog.