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The Labyrinth

 
Get lost in the Labyrinth. 

Follow the twists and turns of our Labyrinth for fun, reflection or prayer.

Opened in 2002, the Labyrinth commemorates the Golden Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II and represents the Christian idea of a spiritual journey.

The Spiritual Journey

The Labyrinth forms a continuous path and represents the Christian idea of a spiritual journey.

On the way to the centre the pilgrim walks the way of the world, asking God's forgiveness for wrongdoing and seeking to make amends. On reaching the centre, there comes a moment for the pilgrim of opening up to the grace and love of God before returning along the path, seeking to follow in the way of Jesus Christ.

We invite you to walk the Labyrinth for your own purposes - a period of reflection, prayer or even just for fun!

Please note that the Labyrinth is currently closed for the winter season, to allow for recovery. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

 

 

What's On

January '15

Live Blues Night
Seeing God and Knowing Oneself
Friends of Norwich Cathedral - Allan Sorrell, war artist - a lecture by Ian Sorrell

February '15

Friends of Norwich Cathedral - Friends First Friday Coffee Morning
Introduction to Church History and Doctrine
Friends of Norwich Cathedral Lecture:George Skipper, Architect of Edwardian Norwich, by David Bussey
Living theology in mundane life or living faith through holiness
Suffering and Evil, Part 1
The Catholic Church since Vatican II

March '15

Friends of Norwich Cathedral - Friends First Friday Coffee Morning