walking the labyrinth at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in downtown Chattanooga, I got lots of comments. Debra, a new friend I met a few months ago, left a comment with locations of several labyrinths in the Chattanooga area:
"Come walk the Labyrinth at Burks UMC. It's in the back of the property. It's open 24/7. It's in the grass. There are benches inside to sit down upon and benches on the exterior (there is a walking path along the exterior). There used to be a holder with explanation, but the holder disappeared. The literature is inside the church currently."
St. Paul's courtyard.
(For some reason, only some of the pictures will enlarge twice when you double-click on them. If it works for you, you can see the uneven paths between grass.)