The prayer garden at Keller United Methodist Church is a tranquil place of retreat, conducive to prayer, reflection and communion with God in creation. The garden is open to the community, so that all might experience God's presence.
If you wish to purchase an item as a memorial, plaques or markers may be purchased to designate your intention. Most of the following donation opportunities are listed in total cost. Of course, partial donations towards a feature will be accepted.
Engraved Pathway Bricks- $60
These pave our "Walk of Faith" through the garden. Bricks may be engraved with your name, favorite scripture or you may choose to commemorate a special event, or to memorialize or honor someone. Bricks are 4"x8" and may contain up to three lines of copy with no more than 20 characters per line. Special character symbols (such as a cross) may be engraved for an additional $20.
Contact Donice Carel if you would like to donate something othern than a brick and current needs can be determined and discussed!
Current Memorials in the Garden:
In memory of Norval "Jack" Williams, given by Sarah Ziomek
Angel and Bench
In memory of Camille Pierce, given by Bill and Judy Daley, Cade Pierce and children
In memory of Ruby Vaughan's parents, Ray and Lucille Flenniken, given by the Chancel Choir
In memory of Jessica Blakey, given by Jay and Kim Blakey
In memory of Rev. Norman and Avis Purvis, given by Garners and Bell
In memory of Charlotte Eaton, given by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Eaton
In memory of Jane Bryant, given by her Bible study group
Pink Crepe Myrtle
In memory of Susan Hanifen, given by the Wesley Class
Red Crepe Myrtle
In memory of Donna Johnson, given by the Wesley Class
White Crepe Myrtle
In memory of Rev. Roy and Bettye Remont, given by Jim and Rebecca Jameson
In memory of Austin and Mary Alice Ramsey, given by Marjorie Wolf
Weeping Redbud Tree
In memory of Baylis Purvis, given by Billie Jean Garner
In memory of Frank Praslicka, given by Theretta Praslicka and family
In memory of Caren Clare Davis, given by Beki Picus
In memory of Brenda J. Slovak, given by Beki Picus
If you would like to join us for periodic work days to maintain the garden, please contact Donice Carel.