The Unity of Bon Air Meditation Gardens are a beloved destination for experiencing peace, beauty and tranquility. The gardens are open to the public from dawn until dusk daily, and cover more than 2 wonderfully wooded acres. Visitors will enjoy winding walking paths, an outdoor classroom, fish pond, gazebo, and numerous benches and swings for quiet conversation and contemplation.



On Sunday, December 12th, following the 11am service, a group gathered in the winter sunshine to bless our new Labyrinth in the Meditation Gardens. This wonderful new feature will serve as an attraction and inspiration for many in the years to come. We are grateful for those who conceived of the idea to bring this labyrinth forth, for all those who contributed to its manifestation, and for all those who will come and experience the joy of mindful prayer at the Unity of Bon Air Labyrinth.

CLICK HERE to read a great article on Unity of Bon Air's Meditation Gardens from September of 2019 in Richmond Magazine.



The Unity of Bon Air Meditation Gardens are the perfect venue for weddings and other outdoor special events. Recent activities have included graduation ceremonies, memorial services, and retirement celebrations.

Contact the Unity of Bon Air office at 804-320-5584 for information on rental rates and scheduling.



The Meditation Gardens and grounds at Unity of Bon Air are lovingly tended with dedication by volunteers. Contact to volunteer.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the Garden Team and volunteer opportunities to fit any schedule and ability level.



The Unity of Bon Air Meditation Gardens include numerous memorial plaques, benches, statues, trees and are the resting place for the ashes of many loved ones. One special feature is the Rainbow Bridge pet memorial area, a tranquil place to honor our treasured animal companions.



The Unity of Bon Air Meditation Gardens are supported by your kind donations. Look for donation boxes in the gardens when you visit, scan the QR codes to make your gift, or CLICK HERE to use the online giving portal on this website.



Work began on the Unity of Bon Air Meditation Gardens in 1997, and the gardens were dedicated on September 16th, 2000 in a ceremony led by Reverend Joyce Fisher Pierce.

CLICK HERE to read the text of the address from the dedication ceremony.

CLICK HERE to view a photos from the dedication ceremony in 2000 and the history of the gardens and grounds at Unity of Bon Air.