The sister locations of Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home, Chapel of Eternal Peace at Forest Park and Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery have provided exceptional service to Houston and surrounding areas since 1956. Working together, these three locations allow you the comfort and convenience of making all your funeral and burial arrangements.
Houston's diversity is celebrated here. No matter what your background, our teams will help you navigate this emotionally challenging stage of life.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Crematorium On-Site
- Multicultural Funerals
Chapel of Eternal Peace at Forest Park
We are proud to preserve and honor the traditions and heritage of Houston's vibrant Asian community with the Chapel of Eternal Peace at Forest Park.
The Chapel of Eternal Peace was designed in consultation with a feng shui master and built in accordance with traditional Asian funeral customs. Inside, we have 2 chapels and a recently renovated witnessing room, allowing families to hold both memorial services and witness cremations.
The witnessing room regularly hosts 3-day visitations and can accommodate approximately 75 guests. The 2 other chapels—seating 200 guests and 150 guests, respectively—feature a traditional arrangement that can be customized to each family’s needs. Both chapels have tile floors, chandeliers and kitchenettes.
Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home, Chapel of Eternal Peace at Forest Park and Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery extend an open invitation to the entire community to join us for community events held throughout the year.
A Memorial Day service honors the brave men and women who have given their lives to our country. Guests to this annual event are treated to moving speakers, musical acts that include singers and bagpipers and a stirring balloon release. Families of military service members are presented with roses and United States flags.
During the 1st week of November, we host a popular All Souls' Day service celebration. With help from local Catholic churches, priests recite the rosary. Following the service, all family members and clergy head out to the cemetery grounds and the priests bless the graves of loved ones with holy water.
No matter the religion, culture or belief, we know that December holidays can be a particularly emotional time for families who have lost loved ones. During a non-denominational Tree of Remembrance Service, we invite all families to join us as we celebrate the lives of those we’ve lost throughout the year and gain a sense of peace from the healing power of community. Guests to the Tree of Remembrance Service enjoy desserts and hot chocolate, sing seasonal music and light candles in honor of those who have passed during the year.