About Burial at Trinity Episcopal Cemetery
Members of Trinity Episcopal Church should contact the Chair of the Cemetery Ministry to express their interest in including Trinity Cemetery in their burial plans.
The cost of interment is a one-time perpetual maintenance fee of $1000. No land is conveyed
by the Cemetery. The payment is a perpetual maintenance fee which is invested in the Trinity Episcopal Cemetery Legacy Fund, which generates income to maintain and care for the cemetery for generations to come.
Monuments are erected by the family of the deceased. No permanent plantings of trees or shrubbery are permitted on graves. No monuments nor flower arrangements are permitted that may interfere with mowing and routine maintenance of the cemetery.
Burial is limited to members, their spouses, and dependent children.
Persons who are not members of Trinity Episcopal Church should contact the Chair of the Cemetery Ministry to request interment. You must be the spouse of a person already interred in the cemetery or provide documentation demonstrating burial privileges.