About LCN

The Labyrinth Community Network (LCN) is a group of volunteers who value the experience of walking or tracing a labyrinth. In our modern, often chaotic culture and times the opportunity to step into an oasis of calm is rare. Labyrinths provide such an opportunity. Toronto Public Labyrinth is situated in the heart of Toronto’s bustling metropolis.

The group spearheaded the creation of Toronto Public Labyrinth at Trinity Square Park which officially opened September 14, 2005. LCN worked in collaboration with the City of Toronto and The Church of the Holy Trinity on this labyrinth and its predecessor, the grass labyrinth, installed in July 2000.

Ontario Trillium Foundation provided major financial support.


  • Experience the newly restored nave and labyrinth at the venerable Chartres Cathedral, in France September 10 and 11th. Judith Tripp will weave a sacred circle to explore Mary through lecture, mediation, art, music and ritual. Register for "Meeting Mary"
  • Strengthen connections to ourselves, our communities and the world. Join the Reverend Dr. Lauren Artress September 12 to 16th at Chartres Cathedral to tap artful wisdom and find creative openings on the individual and collective levels. Register for "The Rising Phoenix: Birthing New Images in these Challenging Times"
  • New territory for Veriditas. Register for "Mystical Portugal: Labyrinths, Legends and Sites of the Sacred Feminine". Judith Tripp and Laura Esculcas lead a soulful journey September 19 to 24th into the landscape of the "people of the light," the ancient Celt-Iberian ancestors of the modern Portuguese. Experience the wisdom of the labyrinth and numinous sites connected with the legends of Mary.
  • 16 labyrinths added to directory
  • Facilitator directory now includes Facilitator’s websites
  • Like colouring? Look into Zen Doodling Mandalas by Carolyn Scrace. Pages 54-67 are labyrinth-related. Available at the library and bookstores
  • Check out Kelly Child’s book, The Lehi Key, listed under Philosophical Studies on our Books page
  • The World-Wide Labyrinth Locator, co-sponsored by Veriditas and The Labyrinth Society, lists nearly 5000 labyrinths in 80 countries. Did you add your labyrinth to the list? www.labyrinthlocator.com