Remembering those lost and those who have suffered loss.

Welcome to the Life Community Church Memorial Chapel website. We invite you to learn more about our mission and visit the chapel in person.

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“The Life Community Church Memorial Chapel is a special place. For us, it’s a place where we can entrust the memory of our daughter, Gayla Ann Moore, who died 41 years ago at the age of 17. We know that Gayla’s memory will remain after we’re gone and that’s truly a blessing to us and our family. It’s also a place where we can give honor to the memory of Mr. Harland Stonecipher, who along with his wife Shirley, was responsible for the founding the Life Community Church Memorial Chapel. This chapel is a place where people from this community or any other community who have lost a child can come and share communion with others who have lost children.”
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Kennith and Shirlene M.
Life Community Church Members
“I am so happy to be a part of Life Community Church and the new Memorial Chapel for families who have lost their precious "little ones". It doesn't matter if they were three years old, 18 or 30. Your child is always precious to you. I have recently found my birth mother and know that I had a sibling who was two years older than me. He died in a car accident at the age of 25. She still thinks about him every day. I pray that as a church family we can help make these families feel welcome and comforted in memorializing their precious children.”
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Candy M.
Life Community Church Member
“The Life Community Church Memorial Chapel means the world to me. It’s so important for parents who have lost children to know that they will not be forgotten. As a parent who lost a son, I know this from personal experience. I believe this memorial chapel is one of the most important things that we’ve done in this community and I’m sure many people will benefit from it.”Read More dedications
Sherri P.
Life Community Church Member