Building & Grounds Using Our Building
If you are requesting to use our facility for a meeting or other event, please download the document below to apply and return it to our church office.
Download Building Use Request.
“Thus says the Lord: Stand at the crossroads, and look, and ask for the ancient paths
where the good way lies;
and walk in it, and find rest for your souls.”
~ Jeremiah 6:16
Walking the Path of Prayer
Labyrinths have existed for centuries. The paths are marked by stones, bricks, grass, or mosaic tiles. They symbolize our life’s journey and are helpful tools for prayer, meditation, and reflection. Our labyrinth symbolizes a walk with God. We come closer and sometimes move away and only reach the center at one point in a lifetime. There is no right or wrong way to walk the sacred path. Slow or fast, it is the journey to God. Listen to your footsteps in the gravel and the sounds of nature around you. Turn your thoughts inward and reflect on your journey to God. The outdoor labyrinth is located behind the educational building, with a gravel path leading to the entrance.
Our Labyrinth is listed in the World Wide Labyrinth Locator. Click here for details.