The St. Andrew United Methodist Columbarium was established in 2012 by members of St. Andrew United Methodist Church to provide a permanent memorial for anyone looking to celebrate and commemorate the life of a departed love one or for anyone looking to make pre-needs plans for their own end-of-life wishes.
A Sanctuary for Remembrance
The St. Andrew United Methodist Columbarium is located at the north side of its church campus in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. The Columbarium permanently holds urns containing ashes of cremated remains and provides space for simple memorial plaques.
The Columbarium is open to the greater community as well as members and constituents of St. Andrew. All faiths are accepted. The Columbarium adds to the many ministries of St. Andrew by providing a final resting place and a permanent memorial for loved ones.
The stone and masonry structure, surrounded by landscaping and benches, overlooks a beautiful, expansive view of the Rocky Mountains. The Columbarium plaza accommodates memorial services and provides a quiet spot for peaceful contemplation and connection. It includes 200 niches for cremated remains, with each niche large enough to hold one-to-two urns. Additionally, for those wanting to honor someone without the need for inurnment of remains, 64 memorial plaque spaces are available.