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The beautiful hand-laid stone design on the Bankston Green is a gift of St. Paul’s Church to the greater Houston community. Modeled after the 13th century labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral, our path is used by modern day pilgrims seeking guidance and centering in their lives. It was installed in the summer of 2011 by Marty Kermeen of Labyrinths in Stone.

A Triune labyrinth was incorporated into the floor of the Activity Center when it was renovated in the summer of 2015.   

St. Paul's has had a labyrinth since 2000 when the Men's Lectionary Bible Study Breakfast purchased a canvas labyrinth from Robert Ferre of St. Louis and his Labyrinth Project. This canvas labyrinth is still available for loan to other groups.