Mennonite Labyrinths

Would Mennonites actually walk the labyrinth?

“The Pilgrim’s Way is a labyrinth in the meadow on the AMBS campus, which provides outdoor space for reflection and prayer.”
-http://www.ambs.edu/student-services/community-life/formation

While there is no picture on the Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary website, their labyrinth is pictured on the World Wide Labyrinth Locator and can be viewed for research purposes, here.

Another Mennonite labyrinth can be found at Eastern Mennonite University. Here is a picture:

Prayer Labyrinth Dedicated at EMU
http://www.emu.edu/seminary/features/labyrinth

See many more Mennonite labyrinth links here:

Into the Mennonite Labyrinth
http://rollovermenno.wordpress.com/2007/08/17/into-the-mennonite-labyrinth/

Related:

Did these Young Mennonites Walk the Labyrinth?

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