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.


    June 2017

  • NOW Magazine has just released its Hot Summer Guide and recommends our June 21st Summer Solstice Walk at High Park. You can read about it and 59 other free activities online at nowtoronto.com.

    May 2017

  • As a special commemorative initiative to celebrate 150 years, Carleton Place Community Labyrinth has set a goal of 150 walks during 2017 & invites other labyrinths across Canada to join in the celebration. If you walk a labyrinth alone or in a group, please register your walk. Help Carlton Place meet their goal. Register your walk by sending an email to chume@bsl.com with the subject line 150 walks.
    A downloadable PDF for signage is available on the Carleton Place Community Labyrinth website

    March 2017

  • Dr. Kyleen Asbo leads a pilgrimage on Mary Magdalene September 11 to 15th, 2017, Facilitator Training September 16 to 17
    September 18 to 22; Pilgrimage with the Rev. Dr. Lauren Artress
  • New at Veriditas, online learning. Participate in labyrinth programs wherever you are www.veriditas.org
  • Check out new additions under Resources: labyrinth products and labyrinth builders and designers.


  • Canadian made hand-held finger labyrinths in two sizes and other labyrinth products available at mindfulsolutions.ca
  • 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