Monthly Archives: February 2017

Unique Memorials: Introducing the Touchstone Wall

Posted on February 28, 2017 in Cemetery Design End of Life Planning Seven Stones

Touchstone Wall memorial

Seven Stones memorials are unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Akin to sculpture, our artistic memorials (sometimes referred to as tributes) integrate technical innovations with new materials such as glass, stainless steel, weathering steel and local stone, as well as granite and bronze. The creativity of each reflects the individuality of each person for whom a Seven Stones memorial is crafted. …Read the Full Article

Take a Tour, Get a Gift

Posted on in End of Life Planning Seven Stones

take a tour

Get a $10 Starbucks gift card just for taking a tour! Tour Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery, then discuss your wishes over coffee—on us. Visit our beautiful grounds and discover the Seven Stones difference: a friendly, welcoming team; options including green burial and pet burial; and a setting with streams, fire pits and comfortable seats like you’d find in your …Read the Full Article

Join us in helping save lives

Posted on February 27, 2017 in Community Seven Stones

blood drive

Seven Stones would like to partner with Bonfils Blood Center to offer you the opportunity to save lives by donating blood. Bonfils Blood Center must collect thousands of pints of blood each week to ensure that Colorado has an adequate supply at all times. We hope to host a blood drive at our next Time and Togetherness event on May …Read the Full Article

Real-Life Experiences with the Church Assistance Program

Posted on February 3, 2017 in Community Seven Stones

The Seven Stones Church Assistance Program Testimonials

We believe in giving back at Seven Stones, and an important part of that is our Church Assistance Program, through which we provide free workshops to parishes, burial discounts, the use of our beautiful grounds and even a free placement each year for a family in need. As the program begins to flourish, we asked some pastors and parishioners to …Read the Full Article