Labyrinths in the Vancouver area are:
Bowen Island: The Xenia Center on Bowen Island has two labyrinths: an indoor Chartres-style labyrinth and an 11-circuit outdoor labyrinth in the Hopi/Cretan/Celtic design. For more information: www.xeniacentre.com. Click on “Sacred Spaces”.
Bowen Island: Rivendell Retreat Centre:
An eleven -circuit outdoor Chartres labyrinth has a stone path and is
located outside the gates to Rivendell. Rivendell is a Christian
Sanctuary. For more information:
North Vancouver: St. Clare-in-the-Cove:
Chartres replica is painted on the parking lot.
North Vancouver: St. John the Evangelist:
A painted seven circuit Chartes style labyrinth.
Squamish: St John the Divine Anglican Church:
A 20' labyrinth made of red and grey paving stones situated in the
church courtyard. www.stjohnsquamish.ca.
Galiano Island: At Top o’ the Heap: 647 Georgia View Road. Host Patricia Joyce describes it as a “forest labyrinth”. Website: www.topotheheap.com
Harrison Mills: Historic Fenn Lodge, originally built in 1903, has an outdoor labyrinth in a wooded setting. For further information: www.fennlodge.com
Nanaimo: The Bethlehem Retreat Centre has an outdoor Chartres-style labyrinth in a quiet rural setting. Address: 2371 Arbot Road, Nanaimo, BC. V9R 6S9. Phone: 250-754-3254: E-mail: email@example.com
Roberts Creek: “le pointe veirge Labyrinth”. A Chartres-style forest labyrinth. 2441 Grant Road. Host David Moul. Phone 604-886-7458 or E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Shaughnessy Heights United Church has a Chartres-style labyrinth in its gymnasium. www.shuc.ca For availability phone 604-261-6377.
Vancouver: Vancouver School of Theology (on the UBC campus) has an outdoor Maltese labyrinth. It is located on the South-East side of Iona Building nestled amidst the park area and meditation garden.
Vancouver: St. Pauls Anglican Church of the West End is located on the corner of Jervis and Pendrell streets, in the heart of Vancouver's West End. It is the home of Canada’s first permanent indoor labyrinth. www.stpaulsanglican.bc.ca
Vancouver: Work continues on a Chartres-style labyrinth at a green space near 29th and Renfrew Skytrain station.
Victoria: Christ Church Cathedral (Anglican) at 951 Quadra St. has a 7-circuit outdoor labyrinth. Wheelchair and walker accessible.
Victoria: Queenswood House Retreat Centre near the University of Victoria campus has an outdoor labyrinth in a wooded area with beach nearby. The center is open to all faiths. For more information: 250-477-3822.
Victoria: There is a 7-circuit labyrinth in the park opposite James Bay United Church.
Other Labyrinths in British Columbia can be accessed at: http://www.stpaulsanglican.bc.ca/labyrinth/links.shtml
or found through "The Labyrinths of
British Columbia: A guide for Your Journey by Aryana Rayne
Labyrinths throughout North America can be located at: http://wwll.veriditas.labyrinthsociety.org/
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