Losing a loved one is never easy. When people experience loss, they need a strong support network to provide comfort and offer encouragement.
It’s our mission at La Casa, as a family in Christ, to provide care and compassion. The Memorial Garden offers you the opportunity to express your love in a way that truly reflects the depth of honor and respect you have for your loved one.
La Casa de Cristo’s Memorial Garden is a peaceful place with approximately 400 niches and 100 crypts. Spaces in the garden are available to members and family of La Casa de Cristo and anyone who wishes to be buried in the shadow of the cross. Here families and friends can sit in quiet meditation and remembrance of their loved ones.
The Memorial Garden is enhanced by seasonal flowers and the calming effects of water cascading from the fountain. The strength of Christ’s presence enfolds you as the Saints of the Church become a legacy of His love and promise for an eternal life.
Cremation is consistent with the Christian belief that the physical body returns to the dust from which it came and that a new body is given by God in the Resurrection. The Memorial Garden is also referred to as a columbarium, which is constructed of numerous niches. Niches are small compartments designed to hold urns containing cremated remains, or “cremains.” The niches in the La Casa de Cristo Memorial Garden will hold two small urns. They are fronted by elegant stone panels. The panels are engraved with the La Casa de Cristo dove in addition to the names and dates.
The Memorial Garden contains Crypts designed to hold a casket. Following a casketed entombment, the crypt is sealed with a travertine front. The travertine tile is also engraved with the La Casa de Cristo dove along with the names and dates.
The La Casa de Cristo Memorial Garden also has a Scatter Garden. A scatter garden is a dedicated area within the garden, where your loved ones cremated human remains are scattered freely and a memorial plaque erected.
For more information, please email us, email@example.com or call the main office- 480.948.1234
Memorial Garden hours are from dawn to dusk, seven days a week.
Memorial Garden Policy
Fresh cut flowers may be placed near the niches or crypts. All flowers will be removed as soon as they become withered, faded, or on the first Thursday of each month. Use of adhesive tape or wire/metal fasteners to attach floral items or vases to the walls or stones is prohibited. Objects inserted in cracks or seams of the niches or crypts are not allowed. Stickies are not allowed.
All decorations will be removed on the first Thursday of each month.
Potted plants and wreaths will be permitted during the period of ten days before and ten days after Easter Sunday, Christmas and Memorial Day. Potted plants are not to exceed 2 feet in height.
Please remember, no food or pets are allowed in visiting the garden. This does not apply to service animals
Visitors are to conduct themselves in keeping with the dignity and sacredness of the garden.