St. Andrew’s provides a place for us to encounter the Holy Spirit through meeting with each other, through our involvement with the natural world as a part of creation, and through communication with the mystery of the Holy Spirit that informs our life.

The Labyrinth at St. Andrew’s

Did you know our labyrinth has a name? It’s Fàilte, Gaelic for “Welcome.”  All are welcome to our labyrinth.

During the pandemic, when we couldn’t participate in person, we developed an active online labyrinth group on Zoom. Parishioners and members of the wider community look forward to this calming weekly ritual guided by labyrinth facilitator Donna Hawkins.

Over the course of this past year Donna Hawkins has held 51 Labyrinth Walks, most of them on Zoom using our finger labyrinths.  We have had a total of 283 people participating in these offerings. For our weekly classes we have a core group of 4 – 6 participants.

Past offerings have included:

  • Weekly in-person walks (before March 2020), and then weekly virtual finger labyrinth walks, for any parishioner who wished to join
  • Finger labyrinth walks in tandem with the Advent and Epiphany Bible study virtual gatherings
  • A labyrinth presentation to the Centering Prayer group
  • A labyrinth presentation to a group from Ballard: Landmark Community (In-Person, Jan 2020)
  • A labyrinth presentation at one of the Enhancing Prayer classes.

St. Andrew’s weekly Finger Labyrinth Walks occur on Zoom every Thursday at 1:30 pm.  This is a fabulous way to relieve daily stress. Come join us!

Here are the finger labyrinths for you to print:

Chakra Vyuha Labyrinth

Medieval Labyrinth

Celtic Triple Labyrinth


Email Donna Hawkins at for the zoom link, meeting ID, and password to join a virtual finger labyrinth walk every Thursday at 1:30pm.

The Labyrinth