While Nahamani Garden was built in honor of babies who have died, its main purpose is to serve their families and others who have been touched by their death. We hope to provide a place where people can grieve, mourn their loss, and ﬁnd the healing and comfort that God promises.‘Nahamani’ literally means ‘Yahweh has consoled.’ It is our fervent prayer that all who enter the garden will be consoled by the Loving Father amidst their grief.
Nahamani Garden is located in the south park area of the Good Shepherd Community Church campus. [click here to see campus map] Please feel free to visit at any time, however we do require that you check in at the Church Office if you visit during school hours.
To submit names to be included in the garden, click here for a brochure with submission form. Return your completed form to the Church Office during the week or put in an oﬀering box. You do not have to be a member of Good Shepherd to submit names.
Questions? Click here to email your questions and we will respond to you as soon as possible.