Welcome to the Coker Columbarium Website….

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28

Be a part of History… the Coker campus dates back to the mid-1800s and is a part of the historical narrative of San Antonio. The church pledges to love our neighbors from birth through baptism and into their final resting place. The Columbarium Ministry is pleased to provide a final resting place, consecrated in a spirit of dignity and reverence, for the ashes of loved ones at eternal rest with our Lord.

A Columbarium…

Which has compartments known as Chambers, is a dedicated, consecrated and permanent structure, designed to hold the ashes of individuals in boxes known as Urns. The Columbarium serves as the final resting place for loved ones.

Having a Columbarium on Coker church grounds…

Revives the age‐old tradition of the church to serve its members from baptism to death.
Is a statement of our faith in the resurrection, the life everlasting, and the church triumphant.

Fees…

One Chamber, accommodating up to 2 Bronze Urns, Exclusive Use, is $3,000, of which $2,500 is tax deductible.
One-half Chamber, accommodating 1 Bronze Urn, Non-Exclusive Use, is $1,500, of which $1,250 is tax deductible.
One Granite Memorial Wall Plaque is $600, of which $450 is tax deductible.

Contact…

Gail Hatcher, Coker Director of Adult Ministries and Fellowship, to request an appointment. Please print and complete applicable forms prior to meeting with Gail. Contact Gail at Gail.Hatcher@coker.org or 210-494-3455.

 

More Information…

Click Here for An Introduction to the Coker Columbarium

Frequently Asked Questions December, 2019

How to purchase a Columbarium Chamber

How to purchase a Memorial Plaque

Policies and Procedures

Schedule of Fees

Forms…

Agreement Regarding Inurnment Rights

Family Record Form Application for Inurnment of Cremated Remains

Agreement Regarding Memorial Plaque Rights

 

What do I do if a family member passes…. 

Please call the church office at 210-494-3455 upon the passing of a loved one.