It’s a little bit of a country drive to get to 4880 Elmer Derr Road outside Frederick, Maryland.
They have a well marked labyrinth on the far side of the building.
It’s a lovely place.
This labyrinth is in an open space behind the parking lot of an art studio on the corner of George and Guion Streets in New Bern. Unfortunately for me, the studio wasn’t open the day we were there. I like Martin Henry’s whimsical work.
The building faces Guion Street looking toward the Religious Community Services building on George Street.
I really like the way you enter the labyrinth at an angle. There’s a place to pause before you step on the path with intention.
It’s not hard to find. You just need to know to look for it.
Faith Presbyterian Church at 6309 W. Friendly Avenue in Greensboro has a Chartres labyrinth in the front yard. You can’t miss it.
There’s a pine tree in the center with resting seats around it.
There’s a traffic light at one entrance to the church parking lot. Or you can turn down Auburndale Drive. Parking goes all the way around the building so it is easy in and out.
The labyrinth has been there for a while. But, I only found out about it recently.