2001 East Oakland Avenue, Johnson City
At Morris-Baker we pride ourselves on the appearance and functionality of our facilities. Whatever your needs, we can support them—from very large assemblies to the most intimate of gatherings. We continually evaluate and upgrade our premises, equipment and more to surpass professional standards, while our flexible layout allows us to accommodate a broad range of services for families of many faiths and customs. Learn more about the individual features of our chapels and visitation rooms.
Accessible from each of our two entrances, the Hospitality Center provides a large, comfortable space for catered receptions or gatherings.
Hickory and Maple Rooms
Two of our four rooms are connected, easily accommodating small gatherings or the largest of visitations.
The Oak Chapel serves as a more intimate setting for funeral services. Added in 1992 to accommodate the increasing demand for night services, the recently updated chapel features a three-pane stained glass mural, seating for 120, a modern sound system and an adjoining family room.
Constructed in 1968, the Dogwood Chapel was completely remodeled in 2007. Improvements included new, fully padded, spacious pews with easier access; a wider center isle; and extra-padded carpeting—essential for family members who may be on their feet the entire visitation. Additionally, we installed a 50-inch plasma television that is completely hidden when not being used for viewing memorial videos as well as discreet audiovisual equipment for recording services on video or audio (a free option for everyone we serve).
The Dogwood Chapel features stunning stained glass, vaulted ceilings, an up-to-date audiovisual system and comfortable seating for 200 people (with the adjoining family room).