Our Memorial Garden is intended as the final resting place for the cremated remains (cremains) of our members. The names on the memorial stones are those of individuals who will be cremated and interred here, or whose cremains are already here. There are a few exceptions. Some of our members were buried in other locations on church property before the Memorial Garden was a reality. A few names represent deceased individuals who are buried elsewhere, but other members of family are interred in the garden.
Only cremains are allowed in the Memorial Garden, which means that no containers are allowed. There is a charge for carving the names and dates into the memorial stone, which is set by the memorial company. This fee may change from time to time. Donations or memorials are welcomed to the Memorial Garden Fund to provide for maintenance and expansion