Prayer Garden

Documentation and Forms for the Purchase of a Nice of Inurnment:

Columbarium
Columbarium

The Columbarium has forty niches--recessed compartments for holding the cremains of persons. Cremation is growing in popularity and the columbarium in our Prayer Garden is an option for final disposition that provides families a place to visit and remember in a beautiful setting.

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Prayer Garden
Prayer Garden

The two benches and the dogwoods were donated by the family of Florence Henry. A Prayer Garden adjacent to the sanctuary building was their vision.

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John 10
John 10

The fountain in the Prayer Garden is reminiscent of John 10 where Jesus meets the woman at the well of Samaria and offers her Living Water.

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Bill & Mimi Richardson
Bill & Mimi Richardson

Bill Richardson, Jr. and Jane (Richardson) D'Angelo provided the means to enhance the Prayer Garden by adding a columbarium, memorial brick walk, landscaping and lighting. They did this in memory of their parents, Bill and Mimi Richardson, whose desire it had been to provide their church with an ongoing revenue stream. A bronze plaque honors the memory of Bill and Mimi.

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To order a memorial brick for the prayer garden: