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The meditation garden and labyrinth, located adjacent to the Tabbernee Conference Center (765 N. Mingo Road), are enjoyed by Phillips Theological Seminary students, faculty, staff, and visitors. A labyrinth is a place to practice an ancient Christian spiritual discipline.

These attractive facilities are a gift from the Tulsa-based Oxley Foundation and named for Frank A. and Luella W. Yetter of Tulsa, whose daughter and son-in-law established the Oxley Foundation. The garden contains trees, flowers, and plants that are indigenous to Oklahoma. The labyrinth is based on a model designed in Santa Rosa, California. Both the garden and the labyrinth are wheelchair accessible.

If you would like to visit the labyrinth, individually or with a group, please contact Gina Robertson or by telephone at (918) 610-8303.
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