Cemetery Information

Bryn Athyn Church Cemetery

Open 8:00 am to Sunset

The Bryn Athyn Church Cemetery has a peaceful woodland setting. We recognize that this is a personal space for families, but it is also a shared space. We are respectful of this and believe that providing specific guidelines that govern the types of headstones, the size of the headstones, and the appearance of the plots allows for all to find solace in this sacred place. We also recognize that cemeteries are a place of history and require that all markers be made of granite, or stone with bronze plaque, and be clearly marked.  The Bryn Athyn Church Cemetery is for members of the Bryn Athyn Church congregation.  General Church members can request an exception through the Church Office.

View the Cemetery Brochure. View the Cemetery Map. Please note that this map is a work in progress and some gravesites may not be listed yet.

For more information, please contact the Bryn Athyn Church Office at 215-947-6225, ext. 200 or LynnEllen King at 215-947-6225, ext. 204 or at lynnellen.king@brynathynchurch.org.

The Bryn Athyn Church Cemetery was established in 1896 and is owned by the Bryn Athyn Church. The Bryn Athyn Church does not sell plots or transfer ownership. No casket or cremated remains may be buried, or grave marker placed, in the cemetery without prior authorization from the Pastors Office and a signed Cemetery Burial Agreement. All grave sites must be marked and officially recorded.  No grave marker may be altered without prior permission from the Pastors Office. All graves must be marked with an appropriate headstone within one year of the interment.  Regulations and policies for the Bryn Athyn Church Cemetery have been established by the Bryn Athyn Church Board of Trustees and entrusted to the Cemetery Committee.