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ID#5369 South Hills Christian Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship; Public Open Space
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
3200 Bilglade Rd
Fort Worth, Texas 76133
United States
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Directions/notes:
Located at the North west corner of Bilglade and Rector Ave
Contact:
Dottie Cook
Phone: 817-926-5281
Email: shchristianchurch@sbcglobal.net
Web:
http://www.shccfw.org
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Classical
11 circuit
Material:
Brick/Paver

ID#5618 Private Property

Categories:
Private Garden or Property
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
5359 Whispering Oaks Lane
Fort Worth, Texas 76140
United States
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Contact:
Margaret Sudderth
Email: margaret.sudderth@att.net
Schedule:
Call for availability
Best in spring and summer
Type:
Medieval
Chartres replica
Material:
Outdoor Grass
Date installed:
March 2012

ID#4877 Urban Herbal

Categories:
Commercial or Retail; Farms & Agriculture
Availability:
Private
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
407 Whitney Street
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
United States
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Directions/notes:
Six blocks south of West Main Street, down South Milam, right on Whitney Street, at the corner of Whitney & Bluebird.
Contact:
William & Roy Varney
Phone: 830-456-9667
Email: wvarney@urbanherbal.com
Web:
http://www.urbanherbal.com
Schedule:
Always open
Admission:
donation
Type:
Classical
Material:
Rock or Garden
gravel
Designer:
William Varney
Builder:
William Varney
Size:
35 x 35 feet
Date installed:
February 2012

ID#6801 Bales Intermediate School

Categories:
School or Educational Centre
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

5 circuit dual path problem solving labyrinth adapted from the work of Lisa Gidlow Moriarty

Address:
211 Stadium Drive
Friendswood, Texas 77546
United States
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Directions/notes:
Dual path problem solving labyrinth adapted from the work of Lisa Gidlow Moriarty, located on the concrete playground slab to the south of the building.
Contact:
Barbara Gruener (counselor)
Phone: 281-482-8255
Email: bgruener@fisdk12.net
Web:
http://myfisd.com/ba/
Schedule:
Call for availability
Access labyrinth through school office. Contact school counselor Barbara Gruener for info as to use of the labyrinth as a counseling tool and access to the labyrinth. Labyrinth can be accessed by the public during daylight hours after school. Gates are locked during school hours.
Type:
Contemporary
Dual path. Useful for two person or two sided problem solving and mediation.
Material:
Painted Concrete
Designer:
adapted by Jay Stailey from a design by Lisa Gidlow Moriarty
Builder:
Jay Stailey/Reginald Adams w/FISD students
Size:
32 feet diameter
Date installed:
January 2016

ID#6542 Moody Methodist Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Moody Methodist Labyrinth

Address:
2803 53rd Street
Galveston, Texas 77551
United States
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Directions/notes:
This 11-Circuit Chartres-style paver labyrinth was built by Marty Kermeen at the Wm. Temple Episcopal Center in 2001 and moved by Marty Kermeen to the Moody Methodist Church Prayer Garden in 2014.
Contact:
Kay Sandor
Phone: 409-599-5609
Email: kay.sandor@gmail.com
Web:
http://www.moody.org
Schedule:
Open for scheduled events
Facilitated Full Moon Walks every month starting 1/2 hour after sunset and Facilitated Seasonal Sunrise Walks starting 15 minutes before sunrise at Equinox and Solstice
Type:
Medieval
11-Circuit Chartres-style
Material:
Brick/Paver
Designer:
Marty Kermeen
Builder:
Marty Kermeen
Size:
39 feet in diameter
Date installed:
2001 then moved in 2014

ID#2996 Gloria Dei Lutheran Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
1333 Garland Road
Garland, Texas 75040
United States
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Directions/notes:
Near intersection of Beltline and Brand roads, in NW corner of church yard. 60 Foot wide granite and stone labyrinth with wheelchair accessible 36" wide pathways
Contact:
Angelo Nardini
Phone: 214-883-7673
Email: avnardini@gmail.com
Web:
http://www.gloriadeigarland.org
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
Chalice
Material:
Rock or Garden
Granite
Designer:
Bob Peach
Builder:
Angelo Nardini
Size:
60 feet diameter
Date installed:
November 2006
GPS:
32° Lat.; 96° Long.

ID#1507 First United Methodist Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable
Address:
410 E. University Ave.
Georgetown, Texas 78626
United States
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Contact:
Rev. Yvonne Coon
Phone: 512-863-2370
Email: yvonne@fumcgt.org
Web:
http://fumcgt.org
Schedule:
Open for scheduled events
Type:
Medieval
Chartres replica
Material:
Canvas
Size:
36 feet

ID#3459 First United Methodist Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Picture taken just after completion

Address:
410 E. University Ave
Georgetown, Texas 78626
United States
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Contact:
Rev. Yvonne Coon
Phone: 512-863-2370
Email: yvonne@fumcgt.org
Web:
http://fumcgt.org
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
Material:
Brick/Paver
Size:
40 feet in diameter
Date installed:
October 2008

ID#5014 Private Property

Categories:
Private Garden or Property
Availability:
Private
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
77 Denton Rd
Gordonville, Texas 76245
United States
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Directions/notes:
Take Hwy 75 North out of Dallas. Go to Sherman and turn left (West) on Hwy 82. Go to Whitesboro and turn right (North) on Hwy 377. Go 11 miles to Denton Rd and turn right (East). We are right on the corner of Denton Rd and Hwy 377. We have a log home with a green roof.
Contact:
Jeri Kolash
Phone: 281-386-6645
Email: jlkolash@gmail.com
Web:
http://
Schedule:
Always open
Only when owners are at home.
Type:
Classical
7 Circuit
Material:
Brick/Paver
Mulch
Designer:
inspiration from Neal Harris
Builder:
Don & Jeri Kolash and Ken Stebing
GPS:
33.8° Lat.; 97° Long.

ID#4912 First Christian Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
2109 W. Hwy 377
Granbury, Texas 76048
United States
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Directions/notes:
First Christian Church is located on Highway 377 in Granbury, Texas. We are next door to Tractor Supply. Our labyrinth is located at the back of our property in our Outdoor Worship Center. The Worship Center is just behind our church offices on the right hand side of our facility as you face the church from the highway. Our labyrinth is free and open 24-7-365 to the public. Everyone is welcome!
Contact:
Phone: 817-573-5431 (Church)
Email: office@fccgranbury.org
Web:
http://www.fccgranbury.org
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Classical
7-circuit
Material:
Painted Concrete
Date installed:
February 2012

ID#4446 Holy Trinity By The Lake Episcopal Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
1524 Smirl Drive
Heath, Texas 75032
United States
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Contact:
Phone: 972-771-8242
Email: info@holytrinitybythelake.org
Web:
http://www.holytrinitybythelake.org/
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
Chartres replica
Material:
Painted Concrete
GPS:
N 32 deg. 51' 3° Lat.; W 96 deg. 28' 3° Long.

ID#2129 Covenant Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
4949 Caroline
Houston, Texas 77004
United States
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Contact:
Phone: 713-668-8830
Web:
http://www.covenanthouston.org
Schedule:
Always open
Open for public use, and also for orginized labyrinth walks at certain times of year.
Type:
Medieval
Material:
Rock or Garden

ID#3057 St. Paul's United Methodist Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
By appointment
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Portable

Labyrinth at St. Paul's UMC, Houston, on Palm Sunday 2007

Address:
5501 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77004
United States
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Directions/notes:
St. Paul's UMC is in Houston's Museum District, between the Texas Medical Center and downtown Houston. Parking is free of charge in two lots across Fannin Street from the Sanctuary, and the church is within a block of both Museum District MetroRail stops.
Contact:
Rev. Eleanor Colvin
Phone: 713-528-0527
Fax: 713-528-7748
Email: info@stpaulshouston.org
Web:
http://www.stpaulshouston.org
Schedule:
Open for scheduled events
This canvas labyrinth is available for others to borrow
Type:
Medieval
11-circuit Chartres replica
Material:
Canvas
Designer:
Robert Ferre
Date installed:
2000

ID#4916 St. Paul's United Methodist Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship; Public Open Space
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Address:
5501 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77004
United States
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Directions/notes:
St. Paul's UMC is in Houston's Museum District, between the Texas Medical Center and downtown Houston. Parking is free of charge in two lots across Fannin Street from the Sanctuary, and the church is within a block of both Museum District MetroRail stations. In 2012 the church redesigned its front lawn to create the Bankston Green, an urban park centered on the labyrinth.
Contact:
Rev. Eleanor Colvin
Phone: 713-528-0527
Fax: 713-528-7748
Email: info@stpaulshouston.org
Web:
http://stpaulshouston.org
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
11-circuit Chartres replica
Material:
Brick/Paver
Designer:
Marty Kermeen
Builder:
Labyrinths in Stone
Size:
47 feet, 10 inches diameter; 51 feet, 10 with border
Date installed:
July 2011
GPS:
29.6933852° Long.
Artline:
95.4150891°

ID#6506 St. Paul's United Methodist Church

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Indoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
5501 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77004
United States
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Directions/notes:
St. Paul's UMC is in Houston's Museum District, between the Texas Medical Center and downtown Houston. Parking is free of charge in two lots across Fannin Street from the Sanctuary, and the church is within a block of both Museum District MetroRail stops. This labyrinth is embedded within the floor of the Activity Center, located on the second floor of the Sanctuary building.
Contact:
Rev. Eleanor Colvin
Phone: 713-528-0527
Fax: 713-528-7748
Email: info@stpaulshouston.org
Web:
http://www.stpaulshouston.org
Schedule:
This labyrinth is in a space used by a variety of other activities. So, although it is "open" when the building is open, it may not always be available. Wheelchair accessible - a major consideration in the design and installation of this labyrinth was to ensure that one can navigate it in a wheelchair. An elevator is located near the space.
Type:
Triune
Material:
wood floor
Designer:
John Ridder of Paxworks
Builder:
Reginald Adams
Date installed:
Summer 2015
GPS:
29.6933852° Lat.; 95.4150891° Long.

ID#2293 University of St. Thomas, Chapel of St. Basil

Categories:
Church or Place of Worship
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Labyrinth at St. Basil's UST

Address:
W. Alabama
Houston, Texas 77006
United States
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Directions/notes:
In the Montrose neighborhood, on the UST campus. Located adjacent to St. Basil's church. Look for the gold dome near Montrose Blvd. and W. Alabama. The Labyrinth is outside at Alabama and Yoakum.
Contact:
Phone: 713-525-3589
Email: campusministry@stthom.edu
Web:
http://www.stthom.edu/About/Catholic_Identity/Chapel_of_St_Basil.aqf
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
Chartres-replica, set in a lovely garden with three fountains. It offers a direct view of St. Basil's and you will be blessed as the bells toll each hour.
Material:
Slate tiles
Date installed:
academic year 2005-6

ID#4176 Wilson Montessori PTO

Categories:
School or Educational Centre
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent
Address:
2100 Yupon St.
Houston, Texas 77006
United States
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Directions/notes:
Labyrinth at front of school, open for public use.
Contact:
President Wilson PTO
Phone: (713) 942-1470
Email: ptoboard@wilsonpto.org
Web:
http://www.wilsonpto.org
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Classical
7-circuit
Material:
Rock or Garden
bark mulch
Builder:
Wilson PTO
Size:
30 feet
Date installed:
October 2007

ID#6366 Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA)

Categories:
Public Park or Garden; School or Educational Centre
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Tierra, Viento, y Luz 3 circuit Labyrinth

Address:
705 White St.
Houston, Texas 77007
United States
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Directions/notes:
Labyrinth is directly west of the MECA school building.
Contact:
Francesca Farris
Phone: 281-660-4601
Email: francescafarris@me.com
Web:
http://www.meca-houston.org
Admission:
none
Type:
Contemporary
3 circuit turf labyrinth with internal triangular flower beds and 20+ mosaic stone markers created by students at MECA summer program.
Material:
Outdoor Grass
paver and brick field
Designer:
Francesca Farris
Builder:
Francesca Farris and friends
Size:
30 feet diameter
Date installed:
July 2015
GPS:
29.77° Lat.; -95.38° Long.

ID#4718 Shepherd Park

Categories:
Public Park or Garden
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Ann's Labyrinth in Shepherd Park. A quiet location surrounded by tall trees.

Address:
Dunsmere Rd. and Chesire Ln.
Houston, Texas 77018
United States
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Directions/notes:
Going north on North Shepherd Drive, from West 43rd St., turn left on Thornton Road. Go one long block to Shepherd Park Plaza neighborhood. Continue on Thornton Rd. until it turns right and becomes Dunsmere. Go two blocks. Park is on the right. Labyrinth is about 200 ft beyond the park sign.
Contact:
Jeanette Blesener
Phone: 713-683-9945
Email: jjbles@att.net
Web:
http://
Schedule:
The park is open to everyone 365 days a year during daylight hours only.
Type:
Medieval
Seven-circuit Medieval style
Material:
Crushed granite w/Limestone blocks
Designer:
Volunteer
Builder:
Shepherd Park Plaza volunteers
Size:
56 feet diameter
Date installed:
April 30, 2011
GPS:
29.833° Lat.; 95.416° Long.

ID#5902 Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church

Categories:
Public Open Space
Availability:
Public
Situation:
Outdoor
Portability:
Permanent

Historic Freedmen's Town Labyrinth in the shadow of the Downtown Houston Skyline

Address:
1407 Valentine
Houston, Texas 77019
United States
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Directions/notes:
The Historic Freedmen's Town labyrinth was constructed on the former site of the Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church by a group of interfaith volunteers in the spring of 2014. The design chosen for this labyrinth is the eleven circuit Chartres, with the outer circuit diverted at each of the four corners to create a “bastion.” A mosaic designed bench created by the Sacred Sites Quest students of the Boniuk Institute for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance has been placed within each bastion to provide a place for pilgrims to sit and meditate. The path is inset with red bricks from the original 100 year old church building which collapsed in 2005.

Contact:
Jay Stailey
Phone: 713-498-0497
Email: jaystailey@sbcglobal.net
Web:
https://www.facebook.com/FreedmensTownLabyrinth?ref_type=bookmark
Schedule:
Always open
Type:
Medieval
Chartres style with 4 bastions
Material:
Rock or Garden
brick and crushed granite
Designer:
Boniuk Institute for Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance Sacred Sites Quest 4 students
Builder:
150 volunteers
Size:
50 feet square
Date installed:
Spring 2014
GPS:
29° Lat.; 95° Long.
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