An email came in with this question about cremation urns: “Is there a regulation as to how large or small a urn can be?” from inquiring reader Michael K. Here’s our answer. Continue reading Is there a regulation as to how large or small a urn can be?
The cross is a symbol which powerfully represents the central message of Christianity, which is that
“Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures.”
–I Corinthians 15:3-4
Christians have used the symbol of the cross, in forms both simple and ornate, to draw attention to the redemption that Jesus Christ, Son of God and Son of Man, provided through his death upon the two wooden beams on Calvary and his subsequent resurrection. What was once, in Roman times, a symbol for a shameful death is now a nearly ubiquitous mark of freedom, salvation, and new life.
“In the work of redemption, God gives life, not by life, but by death, and if we rightly consider Christ upon the cross, we shall see our paradise out of paradise in the middle of hell, for out of his own cursed death he brings us life and eternal happiness.”
-William Perkins, A Salve for a Sicke Man (in Edward A Hartman’s wonderful book Homeward Bound)
At Urns Northwest, we are proud to offer many varieties and styles of cross urns. From the finest wood urns to cross appliqués which can be affixed to a flat surface on just about any urn, we are your source for a beautiful Christ-centered memorial for your loved one.
Browse our selection of cross cremation urns and appliqués below, or via a simplified RSS feed here, which will include the latest products, prices, and sales on our cross urns.
Bible Companion Urn with Cross
(companion urns are intended for two individuals)