Facilities & Directions

We'll be pleased to welcome your visit to our warm and comfortable offices. Pray Funeral Home was designed to be unlike any funeral home you've ever seen; it's truly a one-of-a-kind place. We invite you to come in and see for yourself how we're revolutionizing the way you think about funeral service.

Pray Funeral Home
The East Visitation Room features comfortable furniture which can be arranged in a variety of ways to accommodate a families needs.
Our main chapel can be divided into three separate areas for visitations and gatherings, or it can be opened up into one large room seating over 200 people.  The room features a large drop down video screen and projector for video presentations and computer network jacks to incorporate various technologies and webcasting of services.  The draped backdrop is designed to accommodate various scenes that we have developed to enhance the memory picture for gatherings.
Our funeral home is blessed with beautiful gardens located in the center of the block behind the funeral home. These are accessible through the gate in the picket fence from the large back parking areas.
The gardens were designed by Laurel Pray to hold some of her favorite flowers which she often referred to as her "old friends". The garden features a wide variety of flowers and brightly colored bushes, a water fountain with a cobblestone walk, a Tibetan Prayer Flag Garden, and room enough on th
Our Entry Hall features features large spacious closets to hold coats for family and visitors.  You will be greeted by one of our receptionists and directed to the visitation room where your family or friends are gathering.
Our Library is the site of our monthly support group meetings, and numerous other uses.  We often use the library for arrangement conferences when serving families.  The room features wireless computer capabilities with a wireless monitor to aid in presenting options for the families.
All are welcome to visit our Tibetan Flag Garden in the garden's behind Pray Funeral Home. The Prayer Flags made of colorful rectangles of cloth strung on a rope, are inscribed with the names of deceased loved ones, and suspended between two trees in the Gardens behind Pray Funeral Home. Tibetan culture held the belief that the prayers for these individuals will be blown by the wind to spread good will and compassion to all.
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