• Ocean View Terrace & Feng Shui Master Clarence Lau on the News

    Feng shui master Clarence Lau was featured on KHON 2 to talk about his role in desiging Ocean View Terrace.

    Ocean View Terrace is “a first-of-its-kind cemetery development at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park in Kaneohe. The 10-acre site – which features beautiful gardens, a cascading waterfall meandering through the property and panoramic views of the Ko’olau Mountains and Pacific Ocean – provides the ideal location to incorporate the art of feng shui, according to feng shui master, Clarence Lau.”

    Learn more by watching the video above or visiting our website.

  • Ocean View Terrance Grand Opening Savings

    Ocean View Terrace, a first-of-its-kind cemetery development, is opening at Valley of the Temples this month. Our grand opening weekend is March 28-29, and we’re celebrating with specials, including saving 50% on a second space and your chance to win a trip for two to China!

    Come see us every Saturday and Sunday in April from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for our Open House. Learn more on our website, and contact us at (808) 236-4078 or info@OceanViewNow.com.

  • Clarence Lau & Ocean View Terrace in Star Advertiser

    ​Clarence Lau and Ocean View Terrace were featured in the Star Advertiser. Learn more about our new cemetery development and the role feng shui master Clarence Lau played in its design:

    Learn more about Ocean View Terrace on our website.

  • Ocean View Terrace Grand Opening

    We had a great time at the Ocean View Terrace Grand Opening and Storytelling Festival! See all the pictures from the event here.

  • Understanding Catholic Funeral Traditions

    Funeral services often share similar elements, such as a visitation prior to the ceremony. However, they can vary widely in their details. At a funeral service that is held for a Catholic individual, there will likely be a crucifix placed in the lid of the casket and above the casket. A rosary may be placed in the decedent’s hands. There will also be a kneeling rail in front of the casket, at which mourners can kneel to pray and pay their respects to the deceased. After saying a prayer, the mourners will enter the receiving line of family members.

    You can learn more about Catholic funerals by watching this video. The funeral director explains what you can expect from the service, which is traditionally presided over by a priest.

    When planning Catholic funerals in Oahu, you can turn to Valley of the Temples for customizable options and compassionate assistance. To learn more about our services, call (808) 239-8811.