The Labyrinth at the Church of the Holy Trinity
The Church of the Holy Trinity labyrinth is periodically set up in
Griffiths Hall for all to come and experience this ancient prayer practice.
This is a wonderful opportunity for pilgrimage and journey. The dates
and times of availability will be updated on this page.
Some History and Background:
The Church of the Holy Trinity labyrinth “came about as a Sunday
School project in the first half of 2006, essentially as a teaching device
for the Sunday School - to help explain the shape of the Church year
and its seasonal colours. Formally, it reflects the annual Christian cycle
of worship rooted in the birth, crucifixion and resurrection of Christ.
In practice, it echoes the journeys that all of us have to make from birth
to death, childhood to adulthood, innocence to understanding, doubt
to faith.” (Peter Johnson, Holy Trinity Labyrinth - Annual Report for
The colours used represent four main the seasonal colours church year: blue for Advent, gold for Christmas, purple for Lent, and green for everything in between. Palm Sunday and Pentecost are marked in gold and red and black is used for Good Friday.
Bequests from Sheila Carmichael and Bob Tingle were used to fund the project.
The Labyrinth was received and blessed on Sunday June 18, 2006.