Good Shepherd’s Memorial Garden is a ‘scattering garden’ where the cremains of loved ones are placed. Instead of having an individual plot, ashes are interred in the ground without receptacle. Sharing the soil, the ashes rest as the Communion of Saints. The names of those who rest in the garden are on plaques inside the garden hallway, visible through the garden windows. You do not need to be a member of Good Shepherd to be interred in the Memorial Garden.