Inspired by last week's post by Gene of Our Oakland, I decided to visit The Chapel of Memories for the first time. Not exactly difficult, since I live in the neighborhood. This facility is now owned by the Chapel of the Chimes which is a couple of blocks away. The columbarium appears to be from the same period and is of a similar style. This is the first urn you see when you enter these doors:
The various rooms have names like Prayer, Remembrance, Psalm, and Rest and are lined in glass fronted niches.
The stained glass ceilings are a lovely touch and allow in natural light. My favorite room had Della Robbia type faience rondelles.
Like the Chapel of Chimes, the Chapel of Memories has multiple levels and usually a place to sit and think a while.