Last week, I shared 10 Prayer Station Ideas, and one of them included a prayer labyrinth. A labyrinth is a special kind of maze historically used to promote deep thinking and soul-searching. I like to use it to help teach kids (especially those who like to move) about prayer!

What You Need:

  • King size flat sheet
  • Pencil
  • Tape measure/ruler
  • Sharpie (regular and thick)

You’ll need to do some measuring, but don’t worry, I’ve done all of the calculations for you! Mark your checkpoints in pencil, lightly sketch the maze paths in pencil, then trace over the path marks with Sharpie. Add any extra details you want (I like to add directional arrows and a title, but that’s the extent of my artisitc ability). Throw the sheet in the wash to erase any stray pencil marks, and your prayer labyrinth is ready to go!

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