First Church Memorial Garden
We designed and built it at St. Mary and St. Martha Episcopal Church in Dacula, which we have been members for approximate 20 years. The church had raised money and had been planning to build a garden for interment of ashes for a few years, but decisions had not been made.
We volunteered to make a design for the garden, intending to hire another contractor for the construction. The Church then asked me to submit a proposal, which was accepted, and we moved forward to build the garden. We graded the area and built the masonry walls and stone path. We also worked with volunteers to complete the planting.
Following you will see the same garden the night before Easter. The service was held just before sunset and the photo captures the garden in the vesper light making it appear so different than the one above.
And finally we show the flower planting we did as a volunteer when attending Jones Chapel Methodist Church near our new home in Danielsville. We designed and planted the flowers, and continue replanting with church volunteers.
Contact Greenland Landscaping & Masonry today so that we can schedule an appointment to help make your Church Garden dreams come true. Not only will you love the result, but we know you will enjoy working with a company so dedicated towards this specialized form of landscaping. We look forward to talking with you.
“Marta and her team from Greenland Landscape & Masonry worked with us at Buford Presbyterian Church in Buford to enhance the Memory Garden by adding a raised bed to be used for interment of ashes. They were so easy to work with to create an updated garden that fit in beautifully with the existing church building. This work was done in 2018 and looks more beautiful each year."
- Jo Ann Blount
“We are so blessed to have our labyrinth that was done by Greenland Landscape & Masonry. They have done an awesome job. It is a beautiful outdoor labyrinth. Not only has it become a place for prayer and reflection for our own church members, but it also has become an outreach program because many people from the outside community come to this place for prayer and meditation. We have made it a place for the neighborhood to enjoy."
- Father Edgar Otero