A place for reflection and prayer. An oasis of peace at the heart of North Ormesby. At the centre of the cloister is a labyrinth, an ancient tool for prayer and reflection.
The Cloister Garden provides a place for reflection and prayer at the heart of this urban area. The garden, which was redeveloped in 2007, was created out of the nave of the Victorian church following a devastating fire in 1977. The garden and quiet room is available for individual or group quiet days by arrangement. At the heart of the garden is a labyrinth, an ancient tool for prayer and reflection.
For more about Labyrinths go to the Labyrinth Locator
The Cloister Garden is affiliated to the Quiet Garden Trust