Lisa Gidlow Moriarty at Paths of Peace offers numerous labyrinths for weekly rental; several are simple and child-friendly.
The Labyrinth Society has a page of resources specifically for children.
Well-Fed Spirit offers this map of North America which will locate a labyrinth near you.
Verditas and The Labyrinth Society have teamed up to share a world-wide labyrinth locator!
Church of St Francis Cabrini has a 50' Chartres Cathedral labyrinth in their parking lot. Walking is free to the public.
Build a snow labyrinth! Ariadne’s Thread is likely the easiest for snow construction.
The Labyrinth Society offers directions for labyrinth-making, indoors or out.
Laying out a Labyrinth suggests simple ways to create a temporary labyrinth indoors or out.
See The Ministry Lab's Create an Outdoor Labyrinth and/or Create a Snow Labyrinth! Great Ideas on building a labyrinth as an intergenerational community project.
Prayer walking can be a great way to get outside and connect with God and your community. Here’s some advice for turning a regular stroll into a means of discipleship.
Walking the Labyrinth: A Spiritual Practice with the Four Paths [of Creation Spirituality]
a reflection by Matthew Fox, retelling the practicer of labyrinth practitioner, Mary Ann Wamhoff.
Download desktop finger labyrinths from The Labyrinth Society and photos from The Wellfed Spirit.
Use this 3” vinyl sticker to help you find a moment of peace wherever you are.
Lisa Gidlow Moriarty at Paths of Peace offers numerous labyrinths for weekly rental.
New to the Labyrinth? is an introduction to labyrinths and labyrinth walking.
Jeff Saward's The Story of the Labyrinth gives a helpful brief history of labyrinths and differentiates between labyrinths and mazes.
The Ministry Lab has three large indoor labyrinths, including:
These are available to rent for member congregations by the week or month.
Contact Director Emily Meyer for details and to reserve a labyrinth for your congregation.