Summer Solstice Labyrinth Walk

Join us at the Summer Solstice at USC - a celebration of light, gratitude, and love – Saturday, June 20, between 6 and 9 pm.

Due to the pandemic, please note specific items we will have in place to protect participants.

Only 10 participants will walk the labyrinth at one time.

Masks are mandatory. You may bring a chair if you need to wait, and an umbrella in case of rain.

We will practice social distancing (as we usually do when walking the labyrinth out of respect for each other).

There will not be an introductory lecture or refreshments/fellowship after the walk.

A love offering will be gratefully appreciated!


Did you know the labyrinth is open all the time?

It’s a perfect activity when you need to connect with the Divine.

Generally, there are three stages to the walk:  releasing on the way in, receiving in the center, and returning or taking back out to the world that which you received.

The labyrinth is not a maze. There are no tricks or dead ends. It has a single circuitous path that winds into the center. When you walk it, you use the same path to return; the entrance becomes the exit. The path is in full view, which allows you to be quiet and focus internally.


For more information on the labyrinth, please visit our labyrinth page,