The death of a loved one can be difficult as well as painful. There are many questions as well as many details to try and arrange. At St. John’s there are two things we believe that are important during times of grief. First, it is community which provides support, love, and encouragement to each other and especially to the immediate family of the one who has died. Secondly, God’s Word which offers peace to those who are grieving and assurance in the free gift of eternal life promised to all those who believe in Jesus.
Our care for the journey of grief includes support from our pastors, staff, and lay leaders before, during, and after your loved one’s funeral/memorial/graveside. You may click below to view answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding that care.
Funeral or Memorial Service FAQ
The first step in receiving this care and some direction is to make a phone call to
Jenny McClelland at 714-288-4432.
If you need to contact someone after normal business hours you can call
May the Peace of God which transcends all understanding be with you and your family during this difficult time.
St. John's Cemetery