"Whosoever believeth in me shall never die." John 3:16
Funeral Services for IPC Members and Family
Note: the number in parentheses after the name is the IPC Parish Number or the designation of non-member (NM) or former member.
Richard Shaul Woodruff April 23, 2016
(Wife of Andrew J. Noble, Jr. (Jack); Mother of Ruth Bean (Sandy); Grandmother of McLean Bean and Joe Bean)
Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton April 4, 2016
(Father of David Roth (Kathleen) (20); Grandfather of James Campbell Roth and Eleanor Kathleen Roth)
(Husband of Dorothy Fletcher (36)
(Wife of John H. Morrow (15), mother of James M. Morrow (NM), William H. Morrow (26) & John C. Morrow (Carrie) (27), grandmother of James Mann Morrow, Jr., Bennett Calhoun Morrow, Sam Morrow, Jack Morrow, Mims Bruhn, & Mitchell Bruhn)
(Mother of Robert Hill (23)
(Wife of Harry Chappelear)
(Grandmother of Kara Hamilton (Ryan) (02); Great grandmother of Benjamin Hamilton (02)
Hayden Wood (13) February 25, 2016
(Wife of Kenneth Little, Sr. (42); Mother of Stephen Little (Teri) (29); Grandmother of Stephen P. Little, Jr., and Virginia Lane Little (29)
(Husband of Lena Knight)
Almeta Anderson (Meta) Mitchell (Mrs. W.H.) January 28, 2016
(Mother of Carter Cooper (Lee) and John Gant; Grandmother of Kathryn Cooper, Nancy Cooper, and John Cooper)
A Guide to Funeral Planning at IPC
Death can be a difficult subject for one to consider; it may be even more difficult to discuss with our loved ones. However, planning for what is inevitable for all human beings can be not only a significant spiritual experience for you, but also a gift of love for your family and friends. To assist with handling this challenging task for families, the Congregational Care and Counseling Ministry has prepared a booklet, A Guide to Funeral Planning at IPC.
Printed copies of the booklet are now available for IPC members, and a PDF version can be found here: A Guide to Funeral Planning at IPC (PDF copy)
The Columbarium serves as a reminder to all of the Christian belief in the community of saints, both the living and the dead.
The Columbarium at Independent Presbyterian Church provides for church members and ministers of the church, as well as their immediate families who choose cremation, a place near the center of the church grounds for the permanent safekeeping of the ashes of cremation.
For more information, contact Marsha Harbin or 205.933.3715.