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“My experience with the labyrinth was really calm and peaceful.  It cleared my mind a little and felt like I was meditating.  The concept was also nice.  All of us were walking down the same path, heading for the same destination with the same goals in mind.  This is like our journey of confirmation:  we are all heading in the same direction with the destination being confirmation.”

—from a 9th grader preparing for Confirmation on his/her experience of walking a labyrinth

“I felt good to walk in community.  I felt calm and peaceful.  It also felt like we were all walking the same path with the same goals and destination.”

—from a 9th grader preparing for Confirmation on his/her experience of walking a labyrinth.\

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Our Vision

A world in which the labyrinth is widely used as a spiritual tool to nurture and empower peace, harmony, healing, and understanding for ourselves and others, individually and collectively.

Our Mission

We celebrate the expression of Spirit through the sacred path of the labyrinth.

We provide labyrinth location information, workshop notification and other connections for everyone interested in the labyrinth.

We educate people about the origin, construction, and use of labyrinths by offering workshops, open walks, pilgrimages in New England and abroad and an Annual Labyrinth Festival of celebration and joy.

We provide services to support and participate with those inspired to build labyrinths. Sacred spaces create sacred places.

We love the labyrinth and cherish all of its miracles of love. We are inspired by its power in our lives.

Some of Our Leaders

Beth Burnham MaceBeth Burnham Mace is the President of the Labyrinth Guild of New England.  She is a certified labyrinth facilitator with Veriditas from November, 1999.  She has attended the Veriditas week-long workshop in Chartres, France on a number of occasions and was a facilitator there in June 2002.  She has been back to Chartres nearly every year since 1999 to renew her passion for the Cathedral and the labyrinth.  She leads labyrinth workshops in local Boston hospitals, schools and churches.  She and a group of labyrinth enthusiasts constructed a labyrinth at a Massachusetts prison in the summer of 2014.  Beth loves the labyrinth and all of its wondrous manifestations.

 


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