Voluteers are the backbone of our communities.

We welcome persons of all ages to partake in helping build communities through the many activities surrounding the labyrinth.

Become a pillar of strength to the many people who are struggling through difficult times.

Complete a volunteer application online today.

Have you viewed the slide show entitled “LOHS Volunteers” which is located in the inspirational section of  our main page. Do you want to be dedicated volunteer and become involved in areas of horticulture, fundraising, event planning and social networking.  Now is your opportunity!

Community participation through work, fun and learning opportunities!

Do you enjoy the outdoors, working with your hands, and taking pride in the beauty of nature? Here is your opportunity to have fun, enjoy social connections and participate in the labyrinth.

Our two locations are situated in Abbotsford, B.C. in Mill Lake Park.  Thank you to the many volunteers who helped us construct the labyrinth.project.   If you would like to donate money, time, energy, talent, and or materials, please contact us.


Wellness & Health, Life & Fitness, Meditation, Natural Healing, Self Improvement workshops and more.  If you are presently a workshop facilitator who would like to lead workshops, please contact Labyrinths of Hope Society.

This poster below was given to us from John Walker, one of our dedicated volunteers.  Please read John’s thoughts on how to enjoy  yourself when walking the labyrinth.  To read poster (beloe)  please click/tap on image.

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Volunteer Membership Form (click on this form)

Please complete the form below, fill out and email to info@lohsociety.org.  If you have any questions, please call 778-938-4150


volunteers of MLP Abbotsford




Labyrinths of Hope Society is a proud member of Volunteer Canada since 2010.


We want to acknowledge and thank Maya Sinclair, a local resident of Abbotsford, who overseas and puts her time to care for the labyrinth especially making sure to water the garden.  We appreciate her efforts in watering during hot weather condition during the summer months.


Maya  – Volunteer and resident of Abbotsford, B.C.


We have a visitor that comes to the garden labyrinth most of the time with his proud parents John & Violet who sit and enjoy the shade, to rest, to relax, to read and enjoy the labyrinth garden.  This visitor is a rabbit by the name of “MIMO”.  Here is a picture of him.  We enjoy people bringing their pets to the labyrinth as long and they take care not to trample over the flowers beds and let their pets go wild.  We hope that you would think of the labyrinth a sacred ground, a healing place for many.



 Mimo – visitor