The Ellen Morriss Memorial Santa Rosa Labyrinth

5826 York Road
Baltimore
MD 21212

The Ellen Morriss Memorial Santa Rosa Labyrinth

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The Ellen Morriss Memorial Santa Rosa Labyrinth is open daily and available to the public, located just south of Govans Presbyterian Church. The labyrinth was designed by Lea Goode-Harris and built by the church community. Partial funding for the construction of the labyrinth came from the TKF (Open Spaces Sacred Places) Foundation.

The Labyrinth is now on automatic lights that illuminate the labyrinth for evening walks. Set aside time to walk the labyrinth; please call the church office at (410) 435-9188 if you would like Pastor Tom Harris to offer you or your group an introduction to the labyrinth and how to use it as a tool for prayer and meditation.

(410) 435-9188

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The church also has a large cemetery behind it.

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from H. Pickworth "...It is a beautiful use of land, is open to all, and provides an opportunity to reflect, observe, write, etc. "

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The church also has a large cemetery behind it.

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