The Chapel Engraved Brick Program
Thank you for your interest in ordering a personalized brick for the Precious Moments Chapel Memorial Plaza. Your donation for this brick enables the Precious Moments Foundation to insure continuance of free Chapel tours and provide the care and maintenance of the Chapel and the grounds. Your gifted brick will serve as a lasting tribute to our Precious Moments family and friends and serve as a gentle reminder of the founder and artist, Samuel J. Butcher’s mission to glorify God with his artistic gifts.
The Chapel Engraved Brick Program is the perfect way to leave a blessing of remembrance and celebration for you, your family and friends. These bricks also make a great gift for that “hard to buy for person” that has everything. We will send a Certificate of Ownership for each brick to you or the person you designate.
Your gifted brick will be installed directly in front of the Chapel. You will have two options of purchase. Option number one is priced at $200.00 per brick and will be installed in the center square. Option number two is priced at $125.00 per brick and will be installed outside the center square. If multiple bricks are ordered, they will be placed together if requested.
How to make your brick purchase: You must complete the order form and mail with your payment to:
The Precious Moments Foundation
Engraved Brick Program
4321 Chapel Road
Carthage, MO 64836
You may also call the Precious Moments Gift Shoppe in Carthage MO at 800-543-7975 or stop in and fill out an order form.
The Precious Moments Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. A receipt for tax purposes is provided upon request.
- Brick placement will be based on a first come, first serve basis in a timely fashion upon receiving the completed order form. No exceptions. Notification of the installment of the brick will be given as soon as possible upon completion.
- The Precious Moments Foundation reserves the right to determine the proper placement of each brick for aesthetic reasons. The Precious Moments Supporting Foundation also reserves the right, what it considers to be vulgar or inappropriate verbiage, to prohibit the engraving and placement of such bricks.