St. John’s Columbarium details: The Columbarium and Memorial Garden are primarily for members of St. John’s and their families. Within the Columbarium area there are walkways and seating areas where loved ones can meditate and pray. In In 2013 a labyrinth memorial fund was established for Milton Huffman. Peyton Foster created the design for our small spiral and it was completed in 2017. It is located in the area south of the Parish Hall near the Columbarium and is accessible at all times for meditation and prayer.
Our Columbarium consists of three areas: At the end of the Memorial Garden we have a Niche wall, which currently has 70 niches, each having capacity for two urns. The wall can house an additional 70 niches for future need To the left and right of the path, for those who wish an in-ground internment we have two garden options. On the right are 33 granite markers and in-ground niches where cremated remains can be buried. To the left of the path as you enter is a memorial garden space where cremains can be directly interred in common ground. This space has a shared plaque for the names of all who choose this option. Our Columbarium fee schedule is based on the area being purchased, contact the office for more information.