Veriditas - trained Facilitator

. . . grew up in Ohio and South Florida, receiving her bachelor’s in social welfare from Florida State. She later moved to Seattle where she earned an MSW in planning and administration. Her entire career was devoted to working with older adults in various settings. One career highlight was helping establish the Northeast Florida Area Agency on Aging, after having worked on a federal research and demonstration project.

Bee Jay was once called a “theological and ecclesiastical mutt,” a moniker she joyfully accepts. Starting out life as a Methodist, she became involved in the Charismatic Renewal of the 1970's, learning from Derek Prince, Bob Mumford and others. In grad school she entered Episcopal “high church,” a throw-back to her maternal grandparents. She attends Church of the Redeemer, Episcopal, in Kenmore Washington. She is an Associate of St. Placid's Priory, a women's Benedictine house and participates in Ignatian retreats and Quiet Days. She also enjoys dabbling in Celtic Spirituality. A mutt indeed!

Bee Jay enjoys sharing her love of the Labyrinth with others. The Labyrinth has provided her many encounters with the Holy. Bee Jay would like to assist others in having the same opportunity. When not walking her personal labyrinth or facilitating, she teaches a variety of prayer styles whenever opportunities arise. She holds a certificate in Aromatherapy and combines walks and teaching with scent and senses. Bee Jay also enjoys Anglican Prayer Beads – both knotting and using for prayer; calligraphy, Uncial hand; contemplative crochet; and for true recreation, reading medieval mysteries.

Facilitator Name: Bee Jay Mar

Residence: Mountlake Terrace, WA

Home Labyrinth:

    20’ Circle of Peace labyrinth

      7‘ Double Spiral 3-circuit Labyrinth -- rope

    30’ Classical 7-circuit  Labyrinth -- rope&wood

    25’ Cruciform 5-circuit -- paint on cement

Facilitating since: 2013

Year trained: 2013, Veriditas


          introducing labyrinth to churches and related     

     organizations as a spiritual tool.

          preparing guided walks for specific events and

     liturgical seasons.

          Assisting individuals and groups to use

     labyrinths as a prayer, decision-making, and

     personal growth tool.

Organizational Activity:

     The Labyrinth Society, member

Favorite Labyrinth Links:

               The Labyrinth Society

                Paths Of Peace

                Pilgrims Paths

                Global Healing Response Network

                Relax 4 Life

contact email: CLICK HERE

Bee Jay ...

you are

invited to join

Bee Jay for

monthly evening

labyrinth walks,

on 3rd Tuesdays,


Church Of The Redeemer


Kenmore, Washington.


for details and