Labyrinth in the Woods provides opportunities for meditation and spiritual practice in a natural setting. It is open to all people.
The ancient practice of walking a labyrinth has been known to nearly all cultures and religions around the globe. Many find that following a path to the center stills the mind and opens the heart. Some walk labyrinths for relaxation. Some walk as a form of prayer. Still others walk as meditation to seek a deeper tranquility.
The path, marked with stone, is to be walked deliberately. From the entrance, a single route winds its way to the center. It is not a maze – there are no dead ends. Return by the same path.
Labyrinth in the Woods honors Susan Fitzgerald who was a dedicated leader at First Parish Church, UCC and member of the Brunswick Topsham Land Trust. Susan cared deeply about connecting people to the land.