SAINT PETER EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
One of the most unique labyrinths in
the area is located at Saint Peter Lutheran
Church in Southport. Vicki Carlson is a
spiritual director and parish nurse. As she
studied prayer practices and led parish-ioners
in spiritual formation, she and a
few congregants began making regular
visits to the indoor labyrinth at Church of
the Servant. Carlson realized a labyrinth
would be a valuable addition to the Saint
Peter community, and the process to create
one began in a clearing behind the church.
Church member Rik Zawadzki
designed the seven-circuit, contemporary
labyrinth; its path winding toward a large
test of time.
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central brick-paved cross. Zawadzki and
another parishioner, Steve Schultz, both
retired from the building industry, led the
construction efforts. Members from the
broader community as well as congregants
contributed time and resources to lay the
walk. After a year of countless volunteer
hours, the labyrinth was dedicated in 2013.
The congregation uses the labyrinth
for special services on occasion, and it’s
a consistent part of spiritual formation
at the church. Individual parishioners as
well as community members and visitors
regularly come to walk the brick path,
which is open to the public.
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