For followers of Christ, while we grieve that we no longer get to physically be with our
loved ones, we are also given assurance through Jesus Christ’s resurrection
that our loved ones are at their eternal resting place.
Why is it that memorial spaces feel cold, dark and make us think twice about revisiting our loved ones? Why don’t memorial spaces reflect the spirit of our loved ones while on earth-spirited and full?
We wanted to create solutions to these questions.
Eden Paradise provides a sacred and restful space with exclusive service for families and friends to build more joyful memories together on earth.
Family and friends not only come to visit their loved ones but also to pray and worship at our church, stay overnight at our premium hotel, take a stroll through our beautiful garden, read a book or two at our library, eat at our restaurant that cooks with fresh organic ingredients, and have a cup of coffee at our cafe or afternoon tea at our tea house. At Eden Paradise, life and death are not separate, but are connected.
At our fresh and lush garden, not only can you enjoy the sound of chirping birds, but also the sound of jazz and other beautiful music on cool summer evenings. We hold musical concerts, outdoor weddings, and other family events (e.g. birthday parties) at our garden. Many choose to stay overnight at the Eden Paradise Hotel to rest and recover.
When time is viewed through the lens of Scripture,
death is the start of eternal life, the prologue of their journey.
Our hope is that the message we intended to communicate will be experienced by all who visit:
a start to enjoy eternal life, experience the fullness of life with memories, rest, and the Lord’s