The Last Supper feature, weighing forty-two tons, set between Roman columns, depicts a narrative in the "Life of Christ". The forty-four foot long by fourteen foot high hand-carved relief of Leonardo da Vinci's interpretation of "The Last Supper" was hand-carved out of pure white marble from the Ravaccione quarry in Carrara, Italy. The opposing side of the structure contains 144 marble cremation niches.
Leading you to the Last Supper feature is a path lined with dogwood trees. Each tree accents a cremation bench capable of holding up to four sets of cremated remains.