Browse Pictures of Monuments at Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery
Browse pictures of monuments and grave markers designed by Rome Monument and installed at Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery in Pittsburgh, PA. We sell personalized headstones, memorial benches and mausoleums to families that will have, or currently have, a relative (s) interred in this cemetery. Our on-staff cemetery planning advisors understand the regulations, policies and rules governing the types of gravestones permitted on the grounds of the Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery.
Scroll down the page to view pictures of memorials we have custom designed for the families that have chosen Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery as the final resting place for their beloved relatives. If you find a monument or memorial design that you like you can add it “My Family's Favorite Designs”, email it to a family member, request a price estimate, order it online, request a brochure, ask us a question about the design and much more. Call 724-770-0100 if you want to learn how to order a monument, schedule a design meeting at a local showroom or have questions about purchasing a burial plot (lot) at the Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery. Rome Monument is a full service cemetery memorial provider offering various shapes, sizes and styles of bronze and granite upright monuments and flush (flat or lawn level) memorials for traditional and cremation burials. We also provide custom monument engraving and monument delivery and installation services. Monument foundations and bases are also available. If you are interesting in discussing the design of a lasting tribute to a loved one, call 724-770-0100 or click here to contact us.
The Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery is located on the premises of the Concord United Methodist Church in Beaver Falls, PA, located at 285 Concord Church Rd, Beaver Falls, PA 15010. The Concord United Methodist Church is one of the oldest Methodist societies in Beaver County, and was founded in 1835. The actual house of worship was constructed in 1851, and was later reconstructed to accomodate a growing population in 1887. On March 27, 1900, the congregation's board gathered to discuss purchasing land for a church cemetery- and eventually purchased 2.5 acres for $250.00. The first burial plot was used to commemorate the life of Charles Herrmann on March 29th, 1900. The Concord United Methodist Church is highly active today; they reached 900 members in 2009, and hosts regular youth events and luncheons. You can contact the Concord United Methodist Church on their website, or during office hours from 8am - 4pm during the week to discuss purchasing a burial plot with their staff.