Yes, the first thing that may come to mind may be churches or other religious houses, cemeteries, museums, or a hidden valley, but sacred space can also be something spiritual rather than physical. A zone of conversation kept free of the troubles in life can be a sacred space, or a series of shared beautiful experiences. In all of the cases above, a sacred space helps build special relationships with ourselves, with a higher power, with other people.
1. "O magnum mysterium" by Morten Lauridsen, performed by the Robert Shaw Festival & Chamber Singers.
2. "Down to the River to Pray" performed by Alison Kraus on O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack.
3. "God Only Knows" by Brian Wilson, performed by Petra Haden.
4. Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 8, Adagio by Arcangelo Corelli, performed by Academy Of St. Martin In The Fields.
5. "Nimrod" from the Enigma Variations by Edward Elgar, performed by Andrew Davis; BBC Symphony Orchestra.
6. "I Will" by Lennon/McCartney, performed by (a) the Beatles on the White Album, (b) Jonathan Coulton.
7. "Not the Same" by Ben Folds, performed on Ben Folds Live (the audience singing along gives me chills every time).
8. "I'm Your Moon" by Jonathan Coulton, performed on Best. Concert. Ever.
9. Danses Sacrée et Profane by Claude Debussy, performed by Yolanda Kondonassis.
10. "Gloria" from Missa Pater Peccavi by Andrea Gabrieli, performed by His Majesty's Cornetts and Sackbuts, His Majesty's Consort.
There are many more, I just picked the first ten that I saw in my lists that spoke to me about this subject.