Labyrinth Open For Community Use At White Rock Presbyterian Church

The labyrinth at White Rock Presbyterian Church is open to the community. Courtesy photo

Volunteers from White Rock Presbyterian Church and Menaul School in Albuquerque with their finished project. Courtesy photo


The labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool, found in almost every religious tradition, and can be used as an embodied way of connecting with the divine, centering oneself, and focusing one’s mind in prayer. 

Last Spring, with the help of a small group of high school students from Menaul School in Albuquerque, the folks of White Rock Presbyterian Church were able to construct a beautiful labyrinth on their property, located at 310 Rover Blvd. in White Rock. 

On September 17, WRPC held an official ribbon-cutting and dedication, celebrating its availability for public use with these words from Pastor Deb Beloved Church: “Our hope is that this labyrinth will be used by the community as a resource for connecting with what is Sacred within us and around us; and for seeking greater understanding, knowledge, awareness, and love.” 

“To walk the labyrinth is to touch God and to let God touch us…. The labyrinth does nothing to make God present, for God is always present. The labyrinth can make us more aware of the presence of God in our lives.” 

The labyrinth at White Rock Presbyterian Church is available to all, 24/7. Come check it out! And may you find joy, peace, and healing on the path.