Life of Christ
Memorial

This memorial is intended to represent the birth, ministry, death, resurrection, and the return of Christ, in a setting similar in appearance to when these events occurred or were prophesied.

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The Life of Christ Memorial began in 2012 as an erosion control project, but God had a much higher purpose in mind! Erosion blocks and native stones were hand placed in the canyon walls behind the Memorial Chapel parking lot. With the addition of the three crosses of Calvary, the area began to take the appearance of the Holy Land. After the rock hillside was completed, a symbolic replica of the empty tomb was built and dedicated in 2014. Soon to follow was a symbolic manger in 2015 and in 2016 the Ministry of Christ and the Return of Christ were memorialized. Each area has a brass placard that explains the story with Scripture.

There are numerous visual symbols that have been observed in the Life of Christ Memorial, some of which are easily explained and others which are called "God Things", because only God Himself could explain how they happened.​​​​​​ ​​​

 

This memorial is intended to represent the birth, ministry, death, resurrection, and the return of Christ, in a setting similar in appearance to when these events occurred or were prophesied.

May you be blessed by the Gospel message of the Life of Christ Memorial! 
​To God be the Glory! ​