A considerable percentage of the labyrinths that we build are memorials. While a memorial suggests the departure of a loved one, which can be sad, the labyrinth itself is a wonderful symbol of birth and rebirth from the Labyrinth Project.
Melvin M. Swig Interfaith Memorial Labyrinth at Grace Cathedral
Atop Nob Hill, surrounded by some of the priciest property in town, a space has been set aside for reflection and meditation. Just to the right of the entrance to Grace Cathedral, up a flight of stairs above the street, a circular labyrinth on the ground serves as a path, a resting place, and an art installation.
The Carol Shields Memorial Labyrinth
We all felt that a Carol Shields Memorial Labyrinth would be a splendid commemoration for Manitoba's beloved citizen and writer
Adrienne McMillan Burns Memorial Labyrinth
Adrienne McMillan Burns Memorial Labyrinth. Given in loving memory of Adrienne McMillan Burns '88, who found peace, love, strength and solace on its path. We invite you to walk along this path as an inward and outward journey for self-reflection and spiritual renewal
David A. Dimeo Memorial Labyrinth
This Labyrinth was built in Henrietta NY in memory of David A. Dimeo: a loving husband, devoted father, loyal friend, teacher, engineer, scout leader, mentor, and a lover of nature. This labyrinth hopes to capture the multiple facets of his life; the geometry of engineering, the beauty of nature, and the inspiring nature of his leadership.
Jack Matney Memorial Labyrinth
Through a partnership with Presbyterian Hospice & Palliative Care, the Jack and Linda Matney Foundation established a fund to construct a labyrinth within Presbyterian Hospital. Now open in Presbyterian Hospital's center courtyard, the Jack Matney Memorial Labyrinth offers a place of peace, solace and comfort to patients, families, visitors and staff.
The Memorial Labyrinth
Northglenn United Church of Christ has begun the installation of a memorial garden on their grounds located at 105th and Grant. Volunteers have planted approximately 25 perennials in the garden so far with plans for another 75 perennials to be planted in 2008.
Living Memorial Sculpture Garden and Labyrinth
Upon the Northwest Slope of Mount Shasta Off Hwy 97, Siskiyou Co., Northern California in a small forest of trees, a living tribute, to many fallen considering war, and the effects of war a place for reflection & remembrance a place for healing & reconciliation.
David’s Labyrinth at Clarian Hospital North - Flickr Set
A labyrinth created in September, 2009, in Indianapolis, Indiana. This labyrinth is a memorial to a remarkable young man, David Zoll.