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US Army Soldier in Universal Camouflage Uniform

Our Veterans

Stanford Baptist remembers Veterans
Pledge of Alligence to the Flag
Stanford presents the flag
Stanford Baptist History of Honoring Veterans

Stanford Baptist Church has always paid tribute to our veterans.

Stanford Baptist memorial to Veterans near and far

We honor them even more with a Veteran’s Cross of Honor Walkway.  Bricks with a veteran’s name, branch of service and years served are laid in the shape of a cross.  There is a monument in the center of the cross with symbols of each branch of service and an inscription dedicating the walkway to all veterans and those who are currently serving.

Reviewing the veterans in the bricks.
Opening Ceremony for Local Veteran Memorial
Veterans cross of honor walkway

Vietnam Veterans came from 6 different states to see their bricks and to pay tribute to fallen brothers from their platoon.

A detailed picture of veterans written into the brick walkway.

If you are a veteran and want a brick placed in the walkway, or want to honor a veteran of someone currently serving, for a tax deductible gift of $50, the information will be placed on a 4" x 8" brick.

Click here to download the form. Print, fill out, and send to the address listed on the form, or just bring it to church with you.

The following are from our last veterans day

service on November 10, 2019

Veterans service, folding flag
Flags of rememberance
Veterans being honored.
Holding the flag

A Higher Ground.

A poem written by Doug Mowery honoring the fight.

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