In 2003, artists Emily Fuller and Helen MacKeith worked with Mental Health Service users and other members of the community to create the Trinity Labyrinth, a public artwork as part of the inSite Commissions.
The site for this project was the historic churchyard of St Mary and St John Church on the Cowley Road, which underwent a regeneration process after a long period of neglect and misuse. It is known as the ‘Green Lung’ of East Oxford, and people are being encouraged to use the grounds as a quiet space for rest and reflection. The labyrinth symbolises unity and eternity and each tile contains historical and personal references made by the many participants who took part in the project.
Groups who took part in its creation include The Learning Centre, Oxford Survivors, Gemini, Acorn, the Third Monday Group, Oasis and the Warneford Hospital, as well as members of the parish congregation.