Presbyterian Cemetery

Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord... they rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them.
(Revelation 14:13)

Located approximately half a mile from the current campus of First Presbyterian Church of Hollidaysburg, the old Presbyterian Cemetery is the hollowed resting place of generations of the faithful going back past the founding of our nation. It is also the site of the original log cabin church structure that housed the congregation now worshipping at Penn and Walnut Streets, which burned down in 1818. A stone marks the place, though you can also still see evidence of the flames on some of the oldest graves. 

Rest in Peace

Lots are still available within the cemetery. Contact John Stultz of Stultz Realty for more information.