Our labyrinth garden offers a peaceful respite for prayerful reflection. Named the Roma Combs Labyrinth Garden in 2007, it honors our former director Roma Combs, Jr. It is adjacent to the Haled Street facility and stands as a focal point of the Sunnyside campus. This garden, funded in part by a Winston-Salem Foundation ECHO grant, is available to the entire community for any formal or informal event. You are invited to walk the seven-circuit flower labyrinth that is the centerpiece of the garden, which represents finding spiritual wholeness. Labyrinths have only one path that leads into the center and the same path leads back out. The path allows for peace, prayer and contemplation. We encourage individuals and groups to take advantage of the labyrinth garden.