Making a Personal Labyrinth Prayer Cloth with Nikkie Lynn
September 28, 2019
During this one-day workshop, participants will create a small, walk-able, personal-sized labyrinth for use as a prayer cloth or mat. History of the labyrinth and many of its past and contemporary uses will be discussed. There will be time for reflection and sharing. Each participant will receive one 5’x5’ canvas hemmed cloth. Some design templates, materials and decorating supplies will be provided.

Saturday 9:00AM-3:00PM
The Priory Spirituality Center
500 College Street NE, Lacey, WA 98516
CONTACT: Melissa Wright

The dedication of Church of the Redeemer's first, semi-permanent labyrinth will be Tuesday, November 21, at 7:00 pm. Fr. Jed Fox will lead a litany of dedication, then all assembled will walk the labyrinth for the first time in community. Card stock copies of the labyrinth will be available for home use. If you have questions, contact Bee Jay Mar at Church of the Redeemer is at 6210 181st Street in Kenmore, Washington,  a short distance north of Bothell Way, near the Burke-Gilman Trail. 

Past Events

Dear fellow labyrinth and meditation lovers, 
I'm offering a FREE 2-hour experience of labyrinth walking and 
embodied meditation on  
Saturday, August 24  
 Give yourself a break...Come meditate! 

To confirm your attendance or to ask questions about the event, email or call Donna:  
 Address given upon confirmation of attendance.
Limited to 12 people.

Even with concealed scaffolding along the north wall in Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral (1245 10th Ave E, Seattle), the five-circuit trinity labyrinth in the NW corner remains available for public walking 8 AM - 7 PM .

Labyrinth Unveiling
11 AM August 21, 2021
National Nordic Museum
2655 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107

CEO and Executive Director Eric Nelson will unveil a permanent new feature to the Museum: a large Nordic Labyrinth, located on The Fisherman's Sun Terrace. Between 11am-12pm, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony, special guest speakers, and a labyrinth craft for kids. This labyrinth will be part of the National Nordic Museum for years to come!

Etched using a needle scale, this 32 by 35 foot labyrinth was designed by internationally-aclaimed artist Gordon Huether. Huether, along with special guest speakers including Consul General of Ireland to the Western United States Robert O’Driscoll and Consul/Deputy Chief of Mission of the Royal Norwegian Consulate in San Francisco Helge Marstrander will be in attendance.


Labyrinth Walks at Urban Sanctuary
10 AM - 7 PM
Sat Nov 27 - Sat Dec 4, 2021
1221 Myrtle Avenue, Enumclaw, WA 98022
Reservations must be made in advance
Phone: 360-773-4443 (text or voice)

There will be a labyrinth walk at Church of the Redeemer on January 17, 2017, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. This walk is in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. and in preparation for the Presidential inauguration on January 20. The theme for the evening is social justice, charity, and peace. Come prepared to ponder anew scriptures and quotes from Dr. King and other peace and justice advocates.

Celtic Prayer at the Labyrinth: Lenten Labyrinth Walk

Sunday, March 13th @ 5:00 pm
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 4805 NE 45th St, Seattle

Join us in the Great Hall as we enter the final weeks of Lent for a meditative labyrinth walk with silence, readings, and candlelight. Please contact the Rev. Danae Ashley at or 206.522.7144 with any questions.

An invitation from Mary Ellen Johnson:
Walk the Labyrinth - Wednesday evening, May 31st in Burien
Dear Friends,
Once again, I have the opportunity to share one of my favorite things - the experience of walking the labyrinth.
Now that Spring has arrived and opened our hearts – I’m offering a workshop on Gratitude using the labyrinth. Come,  join me at  Genesis Global Spiritual Center in Burien, Wednesday evening, May 31st at 7 pm.
I’ll give a short lecture, answer any questions that arise, and then we will walk the labyrinth together.
The address of the church is:
233 S 156th St, Burien, WA 98148
Feel free to bring a friend - I do hope you can see your way clear to come!
My best,
Mary Ellen

NW Mind Body Spirit Connection
January 20, 2018
Try out the temporary labyrinth at the Lynnwood Convention Center by yourself or with a friend! 

​Trinity Lutheran Church (6215 196th St SW, Lynnwood) offers monthly, Fourth Sunday Labyrinth walks at 9 AM.

​Tuesday 6 - 8 PM labyrinth walks will be offered throught Advent at Queen Anne United Methodist Church (1605 5th Ave W, Seattle), on Dec. 1, 8, 15, and 22. All are welcome, and facilitators will be present to answer questions.

On Mar. 5 beginning at 9 AM, Church of the Redeemer, Kenmore (6122 NE 182nd, St) will gather for a quiet guided Lenten labyrinth walk on the Prodigal. All are welcome.

Walk the labyrinth at CHOMP!
10am - 6pm, Sat Aug 17 at Marymoor Park
6046 W Lake Sammamish Parkway NE Redmond, WA 98052

LWUMC, 7525 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland

An invitation from Dan Niven and Ann Lockhart:
Walking With Daedalus: A Hands-on Introduction to Labyrinths 
10 AM on June 11, 18, and 25
Everyone is welcome at this three-week "Everyone Hour" program at Epiphany Parish, 1805 38th Ave, Seattle. In our three-Sunday morning series, we’ll travel through history, using as waypoints various cultures’ labyrinths, discussing their usage and aesthetics. We’ll view photos, learn to draw several types of patterns, and create full-scale temporary designs. Finally, we’ll dedicate and walk Epiphany's canvas labyrinth. Appropriate for all ages!

Camano Center, 606 Arrowhead Rd, Camano Island, WA 98282

2024 WLD State Listings

Click the blue button below for information about World Labyrinth Day  events in:

  • Bellevue
  • Camano Island
  • Friday Harbor
  • Mount Vernon
  • Richland
  • Seattle
  • ​Vancouver

From Nickie Lynn:
     To provide you an uninterrupted experience, I have blocked off 30-minute increments throughout all 8 days. You may block off an hour if you would like to linger a little longer (just register for two sessions). There is no charge for this event, but registration is necessary. 
     **Please bring CLEAN WHITE socks (I will have some available, but you will likely prefer your own). 
     **Please understand that there are some who will use this time for emotional healing, meditation, prayer . . . a sign on the front door will indicate if someone is using the space; I will try to post the next opening, or you can check online. Patience and respect will be appreciated.
     There are 140 opportunities available for the community to utilize this sacred space during this week. If the demand is greater, I will be glad to extend the offering, but I truly encourage you to request your preferred time on the website. If you have any issues, or questions, please

  •      text me: 360-773-4443     -or-
  •      email me:

     This is a wonderful way to reflect upon the blessings and joy as well as the sufferings and pain we have experienced and find gratitude in all of it.
     For those who celebrate Advent, this tool is a beautiful way to make a small pilgrimage in preparation for the birth of Christ.
     I look forward to meeting you on the path and I hope this blesses all who enter Urban Sanctuary seeking refuge from the chaos.

New Years Eve Open Labyrinth Walk

Thursday, December 31, 2015
5 PM - 8 PM

Genesis Global Spiritual Center
233 S 156th St, Burien

Release the Old so You Can Embrace the New!
Doors open at 5pm
Optional Labyrinth orientation @ 6pm
Love Offering Requested

Queen Ann United Methodist Church/The Well (1606 5th Ave W, Seattle) offers a Labyrinth Walk the second Tuesday of each month, from 6-8 PM. All are welcome.

Tuesday October 1 and Tuesday October 8, 2019
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Holy Spirit Lutheran Church 
10021 NE 124th Street, Kirkland, WA 98034
Now that the labyrinth has been installed at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, you are invited to attend a series of two workshops on October 1st and 8th from 7:00 to 8:30 PM to learn about the history, spirituality and practice of the labyrinth. There will be time for instruction, prayer, reflection, and walking the labyrinth. Register here.

​​May 2, 2020 - Happy World Labyrinth Day!

Due to Covid-19, this year WLD gatherings are virtual or private. That said, there are plenty of opportunities to plug in and be part of the the global goings-on in whatever way you choose to participate. If you'd like to create a simple walk-able labyrinth with things around the house, watch this short video and make your own!

An Advent Labyrinth Walk to the Light

Join us Saturday, December 1, 9am to 12:30pm

"This year’s Labyrinth walk will focus on our Advent Journey to the Light. On this first Saturday in Advent, we will take time in community to prepare ourselves for the busy season ahead and help set its pace and its tone. Using the walk as a metaphor for our Christian Journey, we will empty our hearts of any burdens and concerns to make room in our hearts for the light of Christ. Come take the journey with me and let us renew ourselves in the Light of Christ as it guides us on toward Christmas."

- Donna Hawkins

St. Andrew’s Labyrinth Facilitator

There is no charge for this morning, but donations, used to maintain St. Andrew’s Labyrinth and labyrinth ministry, are appreciated.

Planning to be anywhere near Mercer Island on New Year's Day? If so, stop by for a labyrinth walk at the Congregational Church on Mercer Island!
Worship Service & Walk. 10:30-11:30am
Drop by & Walk. 11:30am-5:00pm
Click here for further information.
4545 Island Crest Way, Mercer Island.

Advent Journey with Music and Labyrinth. Saturday, December 16, 2017, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. St. Andrew's Library and Labyrinth, 111 NE 80th Street, Seattle, WA 98115. Mary and Joseph left everyone and everything familiar behind to journey to an unknown destination in order to bring The Light into the world. In this beautiful season of Advent, their journey may remind us of our own journey and inspire us to find and give birth to The Light within ourselves, and to take that light into the world. Music - chanting and listening - as well as journaling and walking the Labyrinth in St. Andrew's Sacred Grounds will guide us to focus on what is truly important and to receive a respite from the rushed and hectic pace as Christmas rapidly approaches. Your guides: Donna Gates Hawkins and Valerie Piacenti. Registration: Class size limited to 12 so please register ahead. Early bird registration ($25.00) has been extended to Wednesday, December 13. After December 13, fee is $35.00 for any available spaces. To register, email Cherry Haisten at 

Personal Labyrinth Prayer Cloth, Sat, July 18, 9am – 3pm
Where: The Priory Spirituality Center, 500 College St NE, Lacey WA 98516 Map
Description: During this one-day workshop, participants will create a small, walk-able, personal-sized labyrinth for use as a prayer cloth or mat. History of the labyrinth and many of its past and contemporary uses will be discussed. There will be time for reflection and sharing. Each participant will receive one 5’ x 5’ canvas hemmed cloth. Templates will be provided.
Register by prior Friday: $50 + $20 for canvas. Bring a sack lunch, journal, the medium of your choice to decorate the labyrinth path and or borders. (acrylic paints, rubber stamps/ink pads, colored pencils, permanent markers, etc.), and clean white socks for walking. Minimum 4, Maximum 12. Map and directions
Questions? Call 360.438.2595 or email Janice at
Download flyer to view or print. Nickie Lynn has her Master in Pastoral Studies, Concentration in Spiritual Direction; is a certified Spiritual Director, a certified Labyrinth Facilitator and Designer, and member of both Spiritual Directors International (since 2007) and The Labyrinth Society (since 2000).

Wednesday Night Service:

Labyrinth Ritual Walk
7-8 PM, May 29, 2019
Genesis Global Spiritual Center
233 S 156th St, Burien, WA 98148
Labyrinth walking in an ancient practice used by many different faiths for spiritual centering, contemplation, and prayer. Entering the serpentine path of a labyrinth, you walk slowly while quieting your mind and focusing on a spiritual question or prayer. Join Dr. Mary Ellen Johnson, RScP as your experienced guide for this meditative ritual.

Three labyrinths on the lawn will be available!

From Judy Mieger, Stanwood Labyrinth Committee:

HELLO Friends:  Just wanted to alert you to this unique opportunity on Camano OCTOBER 14. The NW Mind-Body-Spirit Connection will be held here for the 3rd year — and this time it’s TWO whole days:  Saturday, Oct. 13 at the Camano Center—all kinds of speakers/booths/excitement and then on Sunday Oct. 14, there are great activities all around the Island — including our “Lean into Labyrinths” at the Camano Library.  We’ll gather at 9:00 a.m. to “build” several labyrinths—one from rope, another on the paving, and hopefully one with PUMPKINS!  Please come join in the fun.  We will also have on-going labyrinth activities in the Community Room at the Library until 4pm (see below) —when the entire MBS Event will close with a Community Drum Circle in the same room. (side entrance only)  HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
1245 10th Ave E, Seattle
6 PM - 12:30 AM
"As the Labyrinth Walk concludes, and as the new year begins, we will ring bells and celebrate Eucharist commemorating the Feast of the Holy Name." Several labyrinths available, burn bowl for releasing intentions, and live music throughout the evening.

Edmonds, WA residents Donna and David Varnau host their annual Winter Labyrinth Walk 5:30 - 8:00 PM on Sun Dec 18. See below for details, and RSVP to 425-743-3032 or Click here to read a Seattle Times article about this labyrinth.

Labyrinth Walk and Meditation

January 1, 2016 @ 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Amazing Grace Spiritual Center

2007 NW 61st St, Seattle

World Peace Meditation

Noon - 12:30 PM

NB: As as first step toward re-establishing the mown grass design, the labyrinth currently exists in red flagging tape, same 45-ft diameter pattern.

New Year's Eve SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31
6 p.m–12 a.m. New Year’s Eve Labyrinth Walk with Midnight Eucharist
Saint Mark's Cathedral - 1245 10th Ave E, Seattle
9:30 p.m. Special candlelight Compline sung by the Compline Choir. At midnight, as the Labyrinth Walk concludes, and as the new year begins, we will ring bells and celebrate Eucharist commemorating the Feast of the Holy Name.

Walk the Labyrinth

Genesis Global Spiritual Center in Burien

Wed evening, August 30th at 7 pm.

Writes facilitator Mary Ellen Johnson, "I will give a short talk on what I have come to learn about Intuition from my studies, my personal experience, and the experiences of people who have shared their stories with me." Especially in these turbulent times, it is essential to ground ourselves, to be reminded of the truth - that our internal compass, our intuition, is the voice of Spirit that unfailingly guides us. We will spend an evening together reconnecting to our intuition, deepening our ability to discern it, trust it, and act upon it. The address of the church is: 233 S 156th St, Burien, WA 98148. Feel free to bring a friend.

Edmonds, WA:

The labyrinths at Ebenezer Farm in Blaine are open to the public on Sunday afternoons from 12 - 5 PM. Three labyrinths are are available, and there is no charge to visit or walk. Email for directions. Free handouts available; farm items are sometimes available for sale.


September 21st, 24th

​Walk the oyster Labyrinth and contemplate your inner pearl. An installation of cyanotypes, resin sculptures and video projection built around an oyster shell labyrinth, created by Isobel Davis. 

Thursday, September 21, 5:00-9:00 pm, open
Sunday, September 24th, noon-5:00pm, (by appointment/call)
Inscape Gallery, first floor
815 Seattle Blvd S., Seattle, 98134

Questions call Isobel at 206-300-2362  
Or call ringbox #124

10220 270th St NW
Stanwood, WA 98292

Saturday, June 8, Noon-3:00 PM
Community Resource Center of Stanwood Camano (across from Stanwood Library)
9612 271st St NW, Stanwood, WA

Casual and open to all — children welcome!  
Walk a labyrinth out front in the grass, draw chalk labyrinths and play games in the parking area, visit the book and literature table, finger labyrinth table, How To Draw a Labyrinth table and more. Enjoy walking several canvas labyrinths set up inside and watch two great videos. Learn about local labyrinths and labyrinths around the world.
30 minute TALK: "Labyrinths 101" at 1:00. 
Feel free to invite a friend, neighbor, child or grandchild to join in the fun and experience the wonder of LABYRINTHS!

For more information call Judy Mieger 360-939-0240.

Two Advent walks this weekend:

Saturday at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church111 NE 80th St, Seattle, WA

​Sunday at Lake Washington United Methodist Church, 7525 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland, WA.

Celtic Prayer at the Labyrinth:

Advent Quiet Evening

Sunday, December 20, 5:00 - 7:00 PM

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
4805 NE 45th St, Seattle

Come join us in the Great Hall at our newly created labyrinth on December 20th from 5:00-7:00 pm for an evening of quiet reflection as we enter the last week of Advent. Our focus will be “Welcoming the Light” and we invite each participant to bring their own candle and candle holder to contribute to the altar as we gather for prayer, poems, and meditative quiet to walk the labyrinth (or to just be). There will be a potluck soup supper and fellowship included as part of the service. Participants will bring their candle back home with them as a reminder of our time of welcoming the light of Christ together. For more information, please contact the Rev. Danae Ashley: or 425-248-9224.

New Year's Eve Labyrinth Walk
​with Midnight Eucharist

Tue Dec 31 at 6 PM – 12:30 AM
Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
1245 10th Ave E, Seattle
As the Labyrinth Walk concludes, and as the new year begins, we will celebrate Eucharist commemorating the Feast of the Holy Name.

As the old year passes and a new one begins, take time in the quiet, candle-lit space of Saint Mark's Cathedral on Capitol Hill to pause, look inward, and experience the labyrinth, accompanied by contemplative music by guest musicians. All are welcome.

Walking the labyrinth is a practice with ancient roots, and a microcosm of the spiritual journey. The 40-foot indoor labyrinth is a replica of the one found in the Medieval cathedral of Chartres, as is the new outdoor labyrinth on the front lawn. Additional temporary labyrinths will also be constructed in the cathedral for the event.

Seattle First Baptist (1111 Harvard Ave, Seattle) invites you to Walk the Labyrinth the second Sunday of the month, October - April, from 4:00 - 6:00 PM. The last walk begins at 5:30, and an intro to the labyrinth is available at 3:45 PM.

Gathering logo by Lisa Moriarty

Beach labyrinth photo by Pamela Hansen

Stone mosaic photo by Jeffrey Bale

Come walk a temporary labyrinth at the upcoming NW Mind Body Spirit Connection, 10AM - 4PM Sat Oct 14 at the Camano Center, 606 Arrowhead Way, Camano Island. Click below to view a five-minute video with Judy Mieger from the Stanwood Labyrinth Committee.

An invitation from Nickie Lynn:
Lenten Labyrinth Walk, April 12 - 14
Hello Labyrinth friends!
I will be facilitating a Lenten Walk for St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Covington during Wednesday - Good Friday of Holy Week (April 12-14). While there will be experiential activities for the Catholic Christian community, the labyrinth will be set aside on its own in a fellowship hall.  All are welcome to walk, and all can participate in whatever activities they feel called to explore.
I am attaching the flyer for this community prayer opportunity. Please feel free to print and pass out to anyone you feel might be interested.

Type your paragraph here.

NW Mind Body Spirit Connection
Saturday April 21, 2018 - A temporary labyrinth will be installed at the Hilton Bellevue for the event. Try it out by yourself or with a friend! 300 112th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA​.

Labyrinth Dedication
Saturday March 17th at Noon.
Near Silver Creek, behind the Alger Community Hall.
17835 Parkview Ln, Burlington, WA.
Photo by Scott Terrell / Valley Herald

Welcome Table Christian Church
1322 S Bayview St, Seattle
6 - 9 PM
$10 suggested donation. All are welcome to walk Seattle's newest indoor permanent labyrinth.
2017 regular 1 - 4 PM monthly walks: Jan 15, Feb 12, Mar 12, Apr 9, May 14, Jun 11, Jul 9, Aug 13, Sep 10, Oct 15, Nov 12, and Dec 10.

Click the green button below for info about a World Labyrinth Day event in:

  • Enumclaw

Three labyrinths on the lawn will be available!

New Year’s Eve Labyrinth Walk
with Midnight Eucharist

6 PM Thu. Dec. 31 - 12:30 AM Fri. Jan 1

Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
1241 10th Ave E, Seattle

Four labyrinths will be available for walking, and live music offered throughout the evening. "As the Labyrinth Walk concludes, and as the new year begins, we will ring bells and celebrate Eucharist, commemorating the Feast of the Holy Name."

Advent Labyrinth Walk on Sun Dec 11, 4:30 - 5:45 PM at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 111 NE 80th St, Seattle. Click here for details.

September through May, Church of the Redeemer (6211 NE 182nd St, Kenmore) offers guided labyrinth walks on the second Tuesday of the month, 7:00 to 8:00 pm. The labyrinth is open to the community.

Welcome Table Christian Church (1322 S Bayview St, Seattle) offers staffed Labyrinth Walks on the second Sunday of each month from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., and the labyrinth is available most Mondays through Thursdays from noon to 1:00 p.m.

Labyrinth Day Friday June 14, 2019


Please join us at noon for a couple hours to walk and weed this public labyrinth, constructed in 2000. 
HJ Carroll Park

9884 WA-19, Chimacum, WA 98325. Please join us at noon for a couple hours to walk and weed.

The Labyrinth Project

6:30 PM Wednesdays at GEORGE: Center for Community (2212 NE 125th St, Seattle): Vespers is the ancient practice of praying at the setting of the sun, and is an attempt to create space in the middle of the week to re-center and reconnect to the source that gives life, meaning, and purpose.

How about a New Year's Day walk in the Tacoma area? Here's an invitation from Marian Swanson:  "We do our annual New Year's Day Chambers Creek Labyrinth Walk at Chambers Creek Regional Park in University Place. We meet at 10:30 and begin walking around 11am. All welcome, no experience needed." Click here for a photo of the Chambers Creek labyrinth in springtime, with a primer on labyrinths and labyrinth walking.

9850 64th St W, Lakewood

For almost two decades labyrinth at Saint Mark's has been a New Year's Eve tradition. This Seattle Times article from 2015 explains some of what makes this event special:

Drop by any time between 6 a.m. and midnight. Stay for a few minutes, an hour, or all evening. A free-will donation will be collected. At midnight, A service of Holy Eucharist will be offered at the center of Labyrinth, in observance of the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the 19th Annual Gathering of The Labyrinth Society at IslandWood Outdoor Learning Center on Bainbridge Island, October 27-29, 2017. This year's theme is Honoring the Environment: Co-Creating with Nature.

An invitation from Mary Ellen Johnson:

Walk the Labyrinth - Wednesday evening, March 29th, in Burien

Dear Friends,
One of my favorite things to do is to share the experience of walking the labyrinth. Especially in these turbulent times, having space to ground ourselves and be reminded of the truth – that life simply unfolds, it is never a dead end – empowers and affords peace. My spiritual community, Genesis Global Spiritual Center in Burien, has invited me to teach and make my labyrinth available on Wednesday evening, March 29th at 7 pm. I’ll give a short lecture, answer any questions that arise, and then we will walk the labyrinth together. The address of the church is 233 S 156th St, Burien, WA 98148. Feel free to bring a friend - I do hope you can see your way clear to come!
My best,
Mary Ellen

Sunday March 6
Lenten Labyrinth Walk

St. Anne​ House of Prayer
1411 1st Ave W, Seattle
12:00 - 3:00 pm in the apse
Appropriate for adults, teens and children 11 years and older
No fee. No registration necessary.

Plymouth Church (1217 Sixth Ave, Seattle) offers a Labyrinth Walk the first Thursday of the month from 10 AM - 2 PM in Hildebrand Hall.agraph here.

Celtic Labyrinth Walk
October 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
111 NE 80th St, Seattle, WA
Brief introduction and concise exploration of the Celtic influence on walking the labyrinth followed by an actual walk! Facilitated by Donna Hawkins, St. Andrew’s parishioner trained in labyrinth spirituality.
Facebook Event

Genesis Global Center for Spiritual Living
233 S 156th St, Burien, WA
6 - 8 PM
Mary Ellen Johnson invites you to walk her canvas labyrinth, joining in saying good-bye to 2016 and hello to 2017! There will be an "Open Walk” beginning at 6 pm, followed by a short ritual at 7 PM for releasing the old and embracing the new.

Walk the pumpkin labyrinth at Camano Pumpkin Project 2019 - A Fall Happening, October 5 & 6 at Kristofferson Farm, 398 NE Camano Dr, Camano Island, WA 98282.  Fun for the entire family, with event proceeds going to support our local charities. Kids 5 and under are FREE when accompanied by an adult. On-site parking included in ticket prices. More info at:

Join us on the longest night of the year and experience our most recent creation a decameter labyrinth in the style of the famous French Chartres labyrinth which spans the entire north studio.

Walking the labyrinth is a meditative, contemplative practice dating back centuries and the winter solstice is the perfect time for it. We invite you to come by anytime between 7 pm to Midnight on the longest night of the year - the winter solstice - to walk our labyrinth. We ask that silence be observed inside the studio during the labyrinth walk.

TLS Annual Gathering on Bainbridge Island!

View photos from

this event here.

WWLN planning meeting and labyrinth walk, 7 PM Thu. Sep. 24, Edmonds, WA.
In addition to the meeting and walk, our host Donna Varnau will give a brief presentation on "The Spiral and the Labyrinth as a Sacred Path." For driving directions, or to receive notice of future events, please email Read the Seattle Times feature article about Donna's labyrinth here.

Summer Solstice Labyrinth Open House (in person)

Sunday, June 20, 2021
7:00 PM  - 9:00 PM

Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
1245 10th Ave E, Seattle, WA, 98102

Join a distanced and masked outdoor open house celebrating this ancient spiritual practice. Folks are invited to walk a labyrinth, visit labyrinth activity stations, and to join into a community reflection together at 8:30. We’ll have a number of labyrinths set up, including one accommodating the width of a walker. Hosts will ensure only one household is on a walking at a time. Bring a mask, journal, a friend, and join us for reflective time together in community. This might be a great way to celebrate Fathers’ Day!  

To assure safety for all:

  • RSVP’s required
  • masks required,
  • distancing required,

bring your patience; you may need to reflectively wait as others walk the labyrinth.

This program is offered with the permission of Saint Mark’s Cathedral and the involvement of 13 community members who are preparing a safe and meaningful space. Thank you!  The community reflection time will by led by Dan Niven – speaking to the math – and Catherine Foote – speaking to the poetry of the labyrinth.

If you would like to volunteer to help host please email Beth at or call 206-880-3641.​

Labyrinth Walk and Meditation
Sunday March 20 - Saturday March 26
Tibbetts United Methodist Church
3940 41st Ave SW, Seattle

The labyrinth will be set up in Adams Hall during Holy Week for people to come walk and meditate.

Sun. 20th: 12 Noon - 3 PM and 6 - 9 PM
Mon 21st: 9 AM - 2 PM and 6 - 9 PM
Tue 22nd: 9 AM - 2 PM and 6 - 9 PM
Wed 23rd: 9 AM - 2 PM and 6 - 9 PM
Thu 24th: 9 AM - 2 PM and 6 - 9 PM
Fri 25th: 12 Noon - 3 PM and 6 - 9 PM
Sat 26th: 12 Noon - 3 PM

All are welcome to engage in this meaningful way of walking through Holy Week.

An invitation from WWLN member Mary Ellen Johnson

Dear Friends,

Thanksgiving has passed, and it is not quite December – a  bit of an in-between time where we can find some time to ground ourselves in the moment before the Christmas rush begins. Please come to join me in walking the labyrinth Wednesday evening, November 29th  at 7 pm. Especially in these turbulent times, it is essential to ground ourselves in our hopes and dreams, to remind ourselves that Life is ever unfolding, and that the Universe conspires for our Good. We will spend an evening together reconnecting to our heart’s desires for our lives.

I will give a short talk, answer any questions that arise, and then we will walk the labyrinth together.

The address of the church is 233 S 156th St, Burien, WA 98148

Feel free to bring a friend - I do hope you can see your way clear to come!

My best,
Mary Ellen

Enjoy the Solstice and Father's Day and help celebrate the 5 year anniversary of the Fairhaven Labyrinth in Fairhaven Park (107 Chuckanut Drive, Bellingham), from noon to 3 PM, Sunday June 21st. Project Labyrinth is a local group, successful in creating the first public labyrinth in Whatcom County with private funds. There will be live music while you walk the labyrinth, which is by the upper parking lot at Fairhaven Park. This is an all-ages, FREE event. More info: (360) 410-9228

Four years ago in Myra Ryneheart Corcorran's article, Seattle Center Communications Director Deborah Daust was quoted, “The concept for the labyrinth…was to activate the space with free activities for the public especially children." With the Artists at Play Opening Event scheduled for May 22nd--and a fresh coat of paint for the labyrinth accompanying the opening of a new imaginiative, artist-created playground--this statement holds true.