Progressive. Inclusive. Spiritual.

an INCLUSIVE christian community

LGBTQ-friendly, 
racially inclusive,  
seekers welcome

Labyrinth is home to a diverse group of students from all across the tapestry of human existence. We are made of many races, genders, sexualities, beliefs, political parties, personalities, and abilities. If you are interested in learning and growing in your spiritual life, you are welcome here.

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A few things that make us different

There are over sixty Christian student orgs at the University of Texas. So what makes us different? Well…

WE TAKE THE BIBLE SERIOUSLY, NOT LITERALLY

The Bible is a beautiful library of stories, songs, poems, laws, letters, wisdom, and truth. Taking into account the historical context and genre helps us to understand it better.

WE VALUE DIVERSITY + DIALOGUE

Interfaith dialogue and open-ended discussions help us find common ground and learn more about ourselves. Growth comes from talking to people who are different from us.

WE ARE A SAFE SPACE TO BE GAY + CHRISTIAN

We aren’t going to try to change you or shame you, because we believe that everyone is called to be the best version of their authentic self. Your identity is not a sin.

WE EMPHASIZE PEACE + JUSTICE, NOT DOGMA

Diversity includes diversity of belief, so we don’t expect all our members to adhere to any certain creed. Instead, our common ground is working toward peace and justice.

feeding your mind, heart, soul… and stomach

Weekly events

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WORSHIP

An interactive, thoughtful, soul-feeding hour each Sunday night.
SUNDAYS at 6pm in the CHAPEL

MEDITATION GROUP

Beginner friendly, with different styles each week.
MONDAYS at 6pm in the LOUNGE

HAPPY HOUR

Good conversation and any grande Starbucks drink on us.
THURSDAYS at 6pm in the SAC

BIBLE STUDY

If you think the Bible is boring, you haven’t been reading the right parts.
THURSDAYS at 7pm in the LOUNGE

2-4-6-8, what do we appreciate?

Here are some things our members and alumni appreciate about Labyrinth!

I appreciate Labyrinth because it breaks through the stereotypes that Christians are often associated with.

Aaron

I appreciate Labyrinth because it’s a safe place where I can express and ask questions about my faith.

Alexis

I appreciate Labyrinth because it’s a community where I always feel comfortable being myself!

Sara