World Labyrinth Day Events

Canada: Central (ON, QC)

Join Toronto Leaders Walking for Peace (Toronto, ON)

Toronto leaders from different denominations will walk as one at 1:00 p.m. on the Toronto Public Labyrinth at Trinity Park Square.

Location: Toronto Public Labyrinth, 24 Trinity Square, Toronto, Ontario

Registration not required.

Saturday, May 7

1-2:30 p.m. EDT

Hosted by The Labyrinth Community Network of Ontario

World Labyrinth Day 2022 (Stratford, ON)

At one pm - we walk as one

Join Veriditas facilitators Leslie and John Wright as we pause to join people from around the world create a peaceful wave of healing.

Masking required.

Location: 100 Centre Street, Stratford, Ontario

Registration not required.

Saturday, May 7

2:30 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Labyrinth Possibilities - Leslie Wright

World Labyrinth Day (Grimsby, ON)

Walk as One at 1

We gather on World Labyrinth Day with thousands of people around the globe to participate in moving meditation for world peace and celebration of the labyrinth experience. Join us as we “Walk as One at 1” to create a rolling wave of peaceful energy passing from one time zone to the next, as part of this world-wide event.

Location: St, Andrew’s Church, 7 St. Andrew’s Ave, Grimsby, Ontario, L3 M 3R9

Registration is required for planning. Walk-ins are welcome, too.

Saturday, May 7

12:00-2:30 p.m. EDT

Hosted by St. Andrew's Anglican Church

Labyrinth Walk for Peace (Etobicoke, ON)

Walk as One at 1

As part of World Labyrinth Day, we gather in community at 1pm to pray for peace. All are welcome. Covid protocols in place (masking and distancing).

Location: Alderwood United Church, 44 Delma Dr, Etobicoke, ON M8W 4N6, Canada

Registration is not required.

Saturday, May 7

1-2:00 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Alderwood United Church

World Labyrinth Day - Walk for World Peace - A Moving Meditation (Hamilton, ON)

World Labyrinth Day! Walk as one with others around the world to create a rolling wave of peaceful energy. Experience a moving meditation exercise that increases well being for the mind, body, and spirit, while joining the global community in pursuing peace on and for the earth.

ALL DAY DROP-IN: 10am-4pm (Special Observation at 1:00pm)

Feel free to drop by anytime during the day between 10:00am-4:00pm. A particular focus and observation will take place at 1:00 PM to coincide with all events happening across our time zone.

You are invited into a time of mindful walking and reflective thought through the experience of the labyrinth. A large canvas will be set out and made available for use. (an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness). Having long been used as a meditation and prayer tool, a large canvas will be set out and made available for use.

Feel free to walk at your own pace, either alone or among others who may also be participating, sharing in this safe space and time together. Most people will spend approximately 20-30 minutes on average moving through the labyrinth, but there is no time limit between entering and exiting.

A short introdution and instruction will be offered for your guidance, as well as some handouts to help you on your journey through this meaningful activity.

Afterwards, there will be a time of disussion and conversation to share throughts of what came up for you during the labyrinth experience.

All are welcome to this open and self-guided opportunity.

Location: Confederation Park A, Orchard Group Area 585 Van Wagners Beach Road · Hamilton, ON L8E 3L8

Registration is required.

Saturday, May 7

10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. EDT

Hosted by The Meaning Place/Creating Connection (Kerry Richards)

Walking for Peace in Our World (Sudbury, ON)

Join us for our first in person World Labyrinth Day celebration since the start of the pandemic!

We will gather at the labyrinth at the top of the hill (the gate will be open, so you can park right at the labyrinth site) at 12:45 pm for some opening words, and at 1:00pm on we will join those around the world in a wave of peace as we “walk as one at 1:00”.

Together we will discover connections between the labyrinth, the world, ourselves and nature. There will be readings and songs throughout, and you will be invited to do some nature ‘wandering’ after walking the labyrinth. Families with children are especially welcome as the first part of the event will be geared to them. Individually wrapped refreshments will be offered as well. Please wear a mask, as we will be close together at times on the labyrinth.

This event is presented by St. Peter’s United Church and the Manitou Intentional Learning Community (MILC)

If you can't make the event, here is a link to the self-guided experience:

Location: Lourdes Grotto, 271 Van Horne St., Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Registration is not required.

Saturday, May 7

12:45-1:30 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Manitou Intentional Learning Community