New Companion Cremation Bench Prayer Gardens- A Place to Reflect
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New Companion Cremation Bench Prayer Gardens- A Place to Reflect

New Companion Cremation Bench Prayer Gardens- A Place to Reflect

Two of our newest additions incorporate Companion Cremation Benches and beautiful granite statues.  These semi-private gardens flank either side of the fountain in Resurrection.  The two gardens are bordered by beautiful shrubs and black stainless steel fencing with a walk through swing gate.  Each semi-private garden will accommodate six (6) companion cremation benches (each bench holds two individual’s cremated remains).  The benches can be engraved to your family needs.  The primary feature on the east side is a 5-foot granite statue of St. Mary Magdalene,  displayed upon a two-foot high pedestal.   The pedestal offers two companion niche spaces for cremated remains.  The west garden features a granite statue of St. Peter.  Think how easy it would be to tell family “just look for St. Peter (or St. Mary Magdalene) and that is where I will be!  These two saints were selected as they were two who searched for Christ in the garden following his death, burial and then resurrection from the dead.  We are reminded, through his resurrection, that death is not the end, but the beginning of something much greater.  These gardens are a beautiful, peaceful place to reflect on the life of  your loved one, pray for them and to seek Christ to walk with you.