The Richard W. Kiefer Labyrinth

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The Richard W. Kiefer Labyrinth

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Located in the quiet of our church grounds behind the Church House, The Richard W. Kiefer Labyrinth is a winding path that begins on a periphery and leads to a central space and then out again. There is no way to “get lost.” The walking of the path is a way to meditate, pray and relieve stress. Some people find it helpful to think of placing a problem, prayer, or concern in their hand as they are walking. The Labyrinth is available for use during the daylight hours and offers a different way to spend time with God and your thoughts and concerns.

The labyrinth was dedicated on October 11, 2005 in the memory of Richard W. Kiefer, a long-time member of Catonsville Presbyterian Church, Boy Scout Troop 306, and the Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. The labyrinth construction was led by Eagle Scout Michael A. Carr, a youth baptized and confirmed at Catonsville Presbyterian Church.

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