A labyrinth is a single path that leads to a center. It is an ancient tool for reflection and prayer in which a person walks from the entrance to the center and then returns once again to the beginning. It provides an opportunity for personal, spiritual, or psychological centering and transformation. Juniata College has two labyrinths, a permanent outdoor labyrinth in front of Beeghly Library and a canvas labyrinth that is set out for use by the Juniata community approximately monthly in the Sill Boardroom.

Our Labyrinths

  • The Library Labyrinth - The Class of 2009 gifted the college with a study circle made up of two benches and a 24 foot labyrinth that is always available for use by all members of the Juniata community. The labyrinth is a Chartres replica design with 5 circuits.

library labyrinth

  • Canvas Labyrinth - The college owns a 32 foot Chartres replica design labyrinth painted on canvas which the Campus Ministry Office places in the Sill Boardroom approximately once a month for people to walk.  This labyrinth experience typically follows some theme related to a holiday or other special event and is advertised through the college announcements and other means.  It is also available for use by groups on other occasions by contacting the Campus Ministry Office by email or calling 814-641-3361.

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