The Bon Secours Labyrinth is the focal point of a one-acre sacred space surrounded by tall trees, plants, flowers and meditation benches. The Center is used by many diverse groups for meetings, seminars and conferences. The labyrinth at Bon Secours is based on the design of the eleven-circuit labyrinth on the floor of the Cathedral of Chartres. This area is a “Sacred Grove” and is considered a place of silence, reflection, restoration and discernment. The space seems to beckon people from all walks of life – young and old, men, women and children of many ethnic backgrounds and faith traditions.