This labyrinth is on the WWLL. But, they have lost their website and the domain was bought by a church in Virginia. The address is 701 Secrest Ave., Belmont, North Carolina 28012
The basketball court is at the back of the property and the labyrinth is painted there. The paint hasn’t been refreshed in a while. But, it’s still usable.
Locals don’t seem to expect it to get much action.
He was having a video chat with a friend while he practiced and pretty much ignored us.
Pull into the parking lot and you can’t miss it. You won’t find it on the Locator, though. Nor will you find any reference to it on the church website.
The labyrinth, as the sign says, is under cover at the back of the playground.
There’s a water fountain and plenty of places to rest. There was even some hand sanitizer left nearby.
Copies of their explanation of labyrinth purpose and use are available, too.
This one is on the WWLL and clearly marked by the church.
It’s a modified Chartres rather than a Cretan pattern, even though it is 7 circuits.
There is handy parking and seat for pre- and post-walk contemplation.
It’s next to the community garden that the congregation established as a memorial to the 26 people who were murdered at Sandy Hook in 2012.