Our beautifully maintained 35 acre cemetery is nonsectarian (open to everyone) and affordable. One of the advantages of choosing the Brick Church Cemetery is that we do not require the use of vaults (as many cemeteries do), which helps to keep the costs down.
Dating back to 1794, the Brick Church Cemetery is listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and is the final resting place of many historic figures, including Revolutionary War veterans and Daniel Carter Beard, the first National Commissioner of the Boy Scouts of America.
If you would like to learn more about what we have to offer, contact Paul Neil, our cemetery superintendent for more than 30 years. He would be happy to meet with you personally and tell you about the wide variety of lots and services we have available.