Located in the woods east of Fellowship Hall, the Memorial Garden (constructed in 1995 and extensively renovated in 2016) consists of two connected circles of walkways, reflecting the overlapping circle symbol of Unitarian Universalism and red granite steles positioned along the walkways bearing the names of deceased Fellowship members and friends.
The garden’s paths, plantings, seating, and chalice make the garden an ideal place for ceremonies and remembrance of loved ones.
Ashes may be buried or scattered in the garden. A biodegradable container or freely scattered ashes are acceptable. Policies associated with use of the Memorial Garden, information packets about the use of the garden, and form for the scattering of ashes and inscription of names are posted on the Fellowship’s Google Drive.