Blessing of our labyrinth

Join us at noon on Palm Sunday, March 25, to bless our labyrinth! We will gather outdoors at the labyrinth, by the memorial garden and school playground, to bless the labyrinth’s use by our entire community.

The Rev. Scot McComas will offer prayers and will bless the labyrinth with holy water. Mr. Ronald Hitchcock will cut the ribbon as the church celebrates the creation of this outdoor spiritual space. The blessing concludes the church’s Palm Sunday activities.

Sharing the labyrinth with the public is part of the church’s commitment to the spiritual and physical health of its entire community. St. Martin’s invites people in Keller, Southlake, and surrounding cities to the labyrinth to walk and meditate or pray, and to seek a peaceful spiritual experience. The labyrinth offers a flat surface and pathways that accommodate wheelchairs. There are informational brochures at the labyrinth and online here that can guide or inspire.

Learn more about our labyrinth here.