It was given in honor of Chris ’83 and Kim Henson’s loving marriage.

Location: Between Couch Hall and the Charles E. Hayworth Memorial Chapel

When to use the labyrinth: Spring through late fall

Features: The Henson Reflection Garden provides the the High Point University campus an outdoor place for prayer and reflection, centered on the ancient practice of labyrinth walking. Labyrinths provide a space for walking meditation – which is part of many ancient traditions, including Christianity – to support reflection, meditation, prayer, solitude, and the ability to “just be.”

180817 Henson 002

180817 Henson 001 3

180817 Henson 005 3

Plant Explorer
+