Overlooking the serene Mad Indian creek, Sarah’s Garden at the Servants in Faith and Technology (SIFAT) Campus in Lineville, Alabama is a stellar place for both interpersonal and broad reflection. Visitors at the park can often see people fishing for heron, and local turtles basking in the sun. The entire garden is an ideal place to be surrounded by the sights, sounds and smells of nature.

The commemorative garden, named after SIFAT founder, Sarah Corson, contains engraved bricks left by those wishing to leave their mark on the peaceful space. Sarah’s Garden beckons the public to come, sit, unwind, think, pray, and meditate. It is an ideal place for those with mental health issues, as it sets up a therapeutic space. But overall, it is a communal setting for all to simply relax and reflect.