St. Paul's Meditation Garden is behind Canterbury House, directly east of the chapel. Our meditation garden offers a serene outdoor contemplative space on the grounds at St. Paul’s where one can pray and meditate during the day. It is encased with greenery and offer two sitting areas with benches, a quiet fountain, and a beautiful sculpture created by artist Jon Burger entitled "Divine Spark."
To dedicate a laser-engraved brick in our meditation garden, there are two steps:
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If you would like to pay with cash or check, contact Dianne Jenkins.
Notes from the Garden
Notes from the Garden - Plants Chosen for a Purpose
YES, that "tree" is a Ligustrum! It is quite old and forms the perfect canopy for our outdoor place of refuge and reflection! It is evergreen and as evergreens do, it pushes out the older leaves as the new leaves grow out. So, it is not dying; it...Read More
Notes from the Garden - Divine Spark
"Divine Spark”, the Meditation Garden sculpture, was created for St. Paul’s by sculptor John Burger, who has a BFA from East Carolina University. John is currently teaching workshop classes in New Bern using metal and wood and also serving as...Read More
Palm Sunday and Meditation Garden Dedication
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Meditation Garden Construction Enters Phase 2
The Meditation Garden has begun Phase 2 of its construction. We have been blessed with excellent weather for this garden project. Almost all of the large holly and viburnum shrubs have been planted. The remaining white sasanquas will be planted l...Read More
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