The congregation is reminded that our Columbarium, for members of our congregation and their families, has niches available to be reserved at any time. The word ‘columbarium’ is derived from the Latin term columba, meaning “dwelling place of a dove.” The dove, of course, has long symbolized in Christian tradition the embodiment of the Holy Spirit. Our Columbarium, located in the Memorial Prayer Garden, offers a sacred space for the inurnment of cremated remains. We encourage anyone who would like to learn more about our Columbarium to pick up informational materials in the corridor leading into the Memorial Prayer Garden, or call the church office.
Columbarium Ministry and Memorial Prayer Garden
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