Completed in 2005, Memorial Hall is used as a practice and meeting space for many groups. It also serves as overflow seating with closed-circuit television of the Sanctuary. The large meeting room can be divided into two smaller rooms. One end has a seating area.
The rear of the building has a courtyard that houses our columbarium.
The Dwelling Place
Our Columbarium provides a final resting place for the remains of members and their families. Companion niches contain the urns and ashes that remain permanently placed in the south wall of Memorial Hall. A covered porch provides protection for the Columbarium and affords a picturesque view of the Memorial Garden with its beauty, serenity, and peace, an atmosphere ideal for quiet meditation.
The Christian faith has its foundation in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Church has always helped its members face death with hope, rather than fear or despair.
Throughout the centuries many churches have designated grounds to include a cemetery. The
Columbarium, ancient in its concept, is designed to continue that tradition in order to meet the growing trend in our society to use cremation at time of death and have members near their church.
An application packet can be procured at the Church Office. Upon acceptance of a written application and the appropriate financial considerations, the Church will issue the application a right of interment certificate.
Members of the Church, immediate family, and those holding special affinity to the Church are eligible for interment in the Columbarium. Any questions concerning niche availability will be resolved by the Committee in its sole discretion.
The cost of an individual niche for one or two persons is set at $1,000. The one-time price includes niche, urn, name plate, and perpetual care.