Inscription at the entrance of the St. Nicholas Labyrinth:
“Walking the labyrinth unifies body, mind and spirit.
Walking the labyrinth brings action to our thought, so our prayers are set in motion. We are inspired to surrender by this action and in so doing we release our limited thoughts and allow immeasurable possibilities into our lives.
There are three parts to a labyrinth walk. Walking the pathway to the center may serve as a time for release and quieting the mind. The time spent in the center is a time for thoughtfulness, prayer and openness to receive. Walking the pathway out is a time for giving thanks.”