Unity Spiritual Center’s Outdoor Labyrinth is
Free & Open to the Public
At 90 feet in diameter, Unity Spiritual Center’s outdoor Labyrinth is one of the largest in Ohio. 
Commune With YOUR Higher Power

Walk one of the largest outdoor Labyrinths in Ohio at Unity Spiritual Center

23855 Detroit Road  (One block west of Clague Road.)
Unity’s Labyrinth is based on the design of the world famous labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France.

The outdoor Labyrinth is located behind Unity Hall on the Unity Spiritual Center campus   Unity welcomes people of all faiths who want to do a walking meditation at their convenience.

The Labyrinth is not a maze. There are no tricks to it and no dead ends. It has a single circuitous path that winds into the center. The person walking it uses the same path to return and the entrance then becomes the exit. The path is in full view, which allows a person to be quiet and focus internally. Generally there are three stages to the walk: releasing on the way in, receiving in the center and returning; that is, taking back out to the world that which you have received.

Walk When You Feel Called to Walk
Most Labyrinths of the world are open to all people as a non-denominational, cross-cultural tool of well-being.

They can be found in medical centers, parks, churches, schools, prisons, memorial parks, and retreat centers as well as people’s backyards.
The Labyrinth is an ancient pattern found in many cultures around the world. Labyrinth designs were found on pottery, tablets, and tiles date back as far as 4000 years. Many patterns are based on spirals from nature. In Native American culture it is called the Medicine Wheel and Man in the Maze. The Celts described it as the Never Ending Circle. It is also called the Kabala in mystical Judaism.

One feature they all share is that they have one path that winds in a circuitous way to the center.
Labyrinths are currently being used worldwide as
a way to quiet the mind, find balance, and encourage meditation, insight, and celebration.
Charles Fillmore
  • Walking the labyrinth clears the mind and gives insight into the spiritual journey.
  • It urges action.
  • It calms people in the throes of life transitions.
  • It helps them see their lives in the context of a path, a pilgrimage.
  • They realize they are not human beings on a spiritual path, but spiritual beings on a human path.
  • The time has come to rediscover your mystery.
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for questions & details

Thank you for your help in spreading the word to those searching for peace and healing.
Most people walk the indoor labyrinth in approximately 20-30 minutes.  However, there is not a set time and you may take as long as you like or need.
All are welcome! 
“Jesus was quite positive and very determined in all His affirmations. He made big claims for God, and demonstrated them….His prayers were made of one strong affirmation after another. The Lord’s Prayer is a series of determined affirmations.”
Summer and fall walks are generally held outdoors.

Winter and spring walks are generally held indoors.

Inclement weather walks are indoors.
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The Outdoor Labyrinth
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Scheduled Walks
Freewill offerings to the Labyrinth Project are accepted and appreciated.
There are no scheduled walks at this time.

Please feel free to visit and walk the labyrinth anytime you feel called or moved to spend some time with self; with God.