Pricing

When choosing a final resting place for you or a loved one, there are many options to consider. Pricing is very specific to the options available.  The best way to make such an important decision is to tour, ask questions and see what best suits the needs you and your family may have.

Our cemeteries work to offer burial options to meet every budget, including a no-cost cremation interment option in our St. Joseph of Arimathea crypts located in Christ our Light and Ascension Garden Mausoleums for those lacking funds for burial.  Our current pricing is as follows:

Burial Option Starting At
Full Sized
Graves $675 – single / $1,350 – double
Veterans/First Responders $690 – single / $1,380 – double
Green Burial (includes memorial stone) $1,800 – single
Cremation
Cremation $650 – single / $850 – double
Veterans/First Responders $405 – single / $635 – double
Green Burial (includes memorial stone) $1,000 – single / $1,500 – double
Columbaria (includes memorial plaque) $1,350  – single / $2,050 – double
Mausoleum (includes memorial plaque or lettering)
Niche $700 – single / $1,200 – double
Crypt $4,800 – single / $7,409 – double
$5,450 – combination crypt + 1 urn
Children $150

Burial Options Starting At:

Full Sized

  • Graves – $675 single/$1,350 double
  • Veterans/First Responders – $690 single/$1,380 double
  • Green Burial (includes memorial stone) – $1,800 single

Cremation

  • Cremation – $650 single/$850 double
  • Veterans/First Responders – $405 single/$635 double
  • Green Burial (includes memorial stone) – $1,000 single/$1,500 double
  • Columbaria (includes memorial plaque) – $1,350 single/$2,050 double

Mausoleum (includes memorial plaque or lettering)

  • Niche – $700 single/$1,200 double
  • Crypt – $4,800 single/$7,409 double
  • Combination crypt + 1 urn – $5,450

Children – $150

Purchasing & Ownership

Catholics may purchase space in either cemetery and may grant burial rights to others who may not share the Catholic faith. Counselors can assist in determining the proper arrangements.

If the purchaser should die before passing on rights to the burial space, ownership of the property passes on to the surviving next of kin, typically in this order: spouse, children, grandchildren; or, in the absence of a spouse and children: parents then siblings. These burial rights pass by direct family relationship, not by residual inheritance.

Purchasing a burial space is not like the traditional ownership associated with purchasing a piece of land. Ownership of burial space indicates that you have perpetual use of that space for the sole purpose of the burial of human remains. The title to all cemetery land remains in the name of the cemetery.

As the owner of burial space in a cemetery, you can dictate who may or may not be buried in that space. Your instructions for who may or may not be buried there will continue past your lifetime, if prepared and filed with Holy Sepulchre Cemeteries.

Refunds for a purchased burial space that is no longer needed, and is not occupied by a deceased person, may be given at the current or sale price minus a small administrative fee. Graves may also be transferred within a family with approval from Holy Sepulchre Cemeteries, but they may not be sold.