Memorial Chapel

Directions from Gate 1

Drive past the information booth and follow the blue painted curb line to Memorial Chapel.

Memorial Chapel

Imagine a beautifully designed, postmodern masterpiece with spires so tall they touch the cotton candy skies of a Los Angeles sunset. Picture a building so grand that it appears to reach up toward the heavens. This is Rose Hills Memorial Chapel. Situated atop a softly rolling hillside among lush gardens with breathtaking views of the San Gabriel Valley, Memorial Chapel presents a serene space for meaningful remembrance and reflection.

Built in 1964 as a memorial to the late John D. Gregg—son of Rose Hills' founder Augustus Gregg—Memorial Chapel is an impressive sight from the moment you enter Rose Hills Memorial Park through Gate 1. With views of its three 90-foot spires from afar, you are immediately drawn to the striking presence and contemporary appeal of Memorial Chapel.



Free Funeral Planning Resources

Funeral planning can seem overwhelming. These guides can help you every step of the way—from choosing between traditional burial planning and cremation, designing a religious ceremony or a celebration of life, and deciding on cemetery property or filing for veteran's benefits.

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Impressive and intimate

Passing over the surrounding reflection pool and through the exterior foyer into the chapel, you are met with an elegant, intimate space with earth tones, warm wood finishes, chandeliers and pew seating for 190 guests. Hosting memorial services, funerals and visitations for all cultures and faiths, Rose Hills Memorial Chapel has large windows that provide awe-inspiring views of the Southern California landscape.

The chapel faces west, with a large, faceted-glass backdrop separating the altar from a music room. It is fully equipped with audio/visual capabilities for personalized multimedia presentations and music. A private family room is available for families and loved ones to gather in a separate, more private setting that accommodates up to 20 guests.

Memorial Terrace and Memorial Chapel Gardens

Memorial Terrace sits adjacent to Rose Hills Memorial Chapel on the north side of the building. It includes 200 gravesites. The 1-acre Memorial Chapel Gardens to the east of Memorial Chapel has a flowing fountain, sculpture, bronze sundial and 300 gravesites.

Welcome Home Veterans Day Resource Fair

Often requested because of its unique design, easy access and beautiful views, Memorial Chapel is also used for services of fallen first responders and veterans. Additionally, Rose Hills’ annual Welcome Home Veterans Day Resource Fair takes place at Memorial Chapel. Held in the summer, this public event includes live music, a military display, resource fair and more.

When you're ready to discuss your planning needs, we're here to help. Please contact us for more information about planning a funeral, cremation or memorial.

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