Immaculate Conception Cemetery and Mausoleum is rooted in history and tradition. As a ministry of our parish, it fosters understanding and belief about the value of life, the promise of resurrection and for more than 100 years has offered ministerial service that helps loved ones and families make a journey through grief and bereavement. Our cemetery and mausoleum is a place for prayer, reflection, remembering and healing. We welcome and encourage frequent visiting by family and friends as a real sign that for those who believe, “life is changed, not ended.” Because we are grateful for all those who have gone before us, we must look to and plan for the future with prudence.
We have a responsibility to ensure that our parish cemetery and mausoleum are viable, not only generating sufficient revenue to operate and maintain themselves, but also reading the signs of the times to take advantage of any potential for growth that will successfully secure our future. Join us in supporting this important ministry with a lively faith, so that our faithful departed may always Rest In Peace, in our loving care.
The gateway to Immaculate Conception Cemetery is open for your visitation convenience from sun up to sun down. Should you require contact with Cemetery staff for any reason, it is recommended that you time your visit to coincide with the normal work day schedule.