Dedicated on All Saints' Day 2015, we are blessed to have a beautiful labyrinth in which to prayer. It was constructed in the fall of 2015 by parishioner Hans Roemer as his Eagle Scout Project.

The design is a classical 7 circuit Cretan labyrinth. A labyrinth is not a maze or puzzle, as there is only one way in and one way out. Rather, as you focus on the path, the labyrinth becomes a tool to quiet the mind to aid in prayer, reflection, or meditation.


Walk at your own pace, and spend a moment in the center to reflect on your journey. This page gives a good overview of how you might use a labyrinth as a tool for prayer and contemplation. 


The labyrinth is located near the corner of North Jackson and West Council Streets.


Sunday Liturgies:

8:00AM     Holy Eucharist

10:30AM   Holy Eucharist with Music

5:30PM     Choral Evensong

(last Sunday of each month)

Monday through Friday:

8:00AM     Morning Prayer (Chapel)

5:30PM     Evening Prayer (Chapel)

(Healing Eucharist on Wednesdays)


131 W. Council St. 

Salisbury, NC 28144


Office hours: 

Monday-Thursday 9am-2pm or by appointment 


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