Walk the Labyrinth
Labyrinths have been used for meditation and reflection for more than 4000 years. Walking a labyrinth can often help to clear the mind and give insight. We invite people of all faiths to walk the First & Central labyrinth—especially those in transition or those who are struggling to find balance and peace.
Visitors to the labyrinth will find a quiet, peaceful atmosphere enhanced by subdued lighting, candlelight, and meditative music.
We hope to provide a place for reflection, meditation, healing, and peace and to nurture a community that shares thoughts, learning, and experiences of walking the labyrinth with one another and with other labyrinth enthusiasts locally, regionally, and world-wide.
Click here to download the labyrinth schedule.
The Labyrinth Cafe
Refresh yourself before or after your walk with tea and cookies in the Labyrinth Cafe located on the church’s lower level in the lobby outside Memorial Hall. You are welcome to bring your lunch with you and eat in the cafe when you come to walk.
To be added to First & Central’s Labyrinth email list, contact the church office at 302.654.5371.
Joanne M. Reinbold is First & Central’s Labyrinth Coordinator and Delaware’s Regional Representative for The Labyrinth Society International.
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Currently the Labyrinth walks are not being held in the church due to the pandemic. Join the Facebook page to learn about at-home labyrinth exercises.
Located in Memorial Hall, on the lower level.
In normal times, the Labyrinth at First & Central is open to visitors on the fourth Wednesday of the month from 11:00 am-7:00 pm (last walker beginning by 6:30 pm).
View the labyrinth schedule for information about special walks during Lent and Advent.
Click here to download a guide to walking the Labyrinth.
Labyrinth Hosts are on duty throughout the day to assist new walkers and to answer questions. Hosts can be found in the Labyrinth Cafe. If there is no host on duty and you need assistance, please ask for the Labyrinth Coordinator at the church office.