There is no wrong way to walk the labyrinth.

All are welcome!

The labyrinth is a tool for walking prayer and provides a safe space for a journey into our center, the place of our deepest knowing & our connection with the divine.

Upcoming Walks:

  • Virtual Labyrinth Walk
    Virtual Labyrinth Walk
    Aug 16, 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM PDT
    Join the Trinity Labyrinth Guild for a virtual labyrinth walk, every third Monday!
  • Virtual Labyrinth Walk: Summer
    Virtual Labyrinth Walk: Summer
    Jul 19, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM PDT
    The labyrinth, even when walked with your finger, is a way to quiet the mind and find deep peace. This month, we will celebrate summer with a targeted session focusing on this bright and vibrant time.

Labyrinth Speakers Bureau

Monthly conversations with nationally- and internationally-renowned labyrinth activists, creators, and speakers.


Each presentation features a presentation centered around the labyrinth, experiential time, and a Q&A with the guest speakers. Learn more and register below! (Note: all event times are in Pacific time.)

  • Sacred Time, Sacred Space (Lars Howlett)
    Sacred Time, Sacred Space (Lars Howlett)
    Aug 12, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT
    Join us as labyrinth builder Lars Howlett considers why labyrinths have increased in popularity and use in recent years. Learn to draw archetypal designs and explore what you hold sacred in your life!
  • The Labyrinth as Spiritual Tool (Richard Feather Anderson)
    The Labyrinth as Spiritual Tool (Richard Feather Anderson)
    Sep 09, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT
    Join the Trinity Labyrinth Guild as we discover the benefits of walking the labyrinth and how the labyrinth works as a spiritual tool - with internationally recognized labyrinth and sacred geometry pioneer, Richard Feather Anderson.


The Trinity Labyrinth consists of eleven circuits of path enclosed in a circle. A replica of the stone labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral, built in 1201 AD, Trinity's labyrinth was inlaid with a beautiful selection of woods on a preexisting hardwood floor.


Labyrinth use began at Trinity in early 1987 on a canvas labyrinth.

The Labyrinth Guild was formed in 1997 and commissioned the current inlaid labyrinth, which was installed in the fall of 1999.


The Trinity Labyrinth Guild is an energized community of individuals who help provide members of Trinity Cathedral and the wider community the opportunity to strengthen & deepen their spiritual practice by walking the labyrinth.


New members are always welcome!