The Labyrinth at Indiana Interchurch Center
Located southwest of the Butler University campus,...
... and just west of the Christian Theological Seminary property, the Indiana Interchurch Center has installed a turf labyrinth in a lovely meadow between their parking lot and a tree-line backing up to the White River canal.
This labyrinth is 80 feet in diameter; an 11-circuit interpretation of the 800 year-old Chartres labyrinth path’s design in France.
With plenty of parking, this turf labyrinth, constructed in May of 2012, is in a wonderful location. It is open to the public and easily accessible for walking every day of the week. Benches around the labyrinth provide ample seating for contemplation, quiet and prayer. A center paver rosette also awaits as a place to rest after the inward journey through the labyrinth.
To see additional photos of this labyrinth, click here.
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