Sitting on 18 acres, the Presbyterian Cemetery provides nonsectarian burial sites and memorial gardens for the Lynchburg area community. Supported by the First Presbyterian and Westminster Presbyterian Churches, the Presbyterian Cemetery is a nonprofit organization providing full services to the Lynchburg and surrounding area. Everyone from your loved ones, confederate and current-day soldiers, and other prominent Lynchburg citizens rest within the Presbyterian Cemetery. Whether you are driving through or stopping to visit the resting place of loved ones, you and your family will be treated with honor, dignity, and respect. Our Mission is to serve you and make you feel welcome at our cemetery. Burials and stone marker setting fees are the most competitive in the region. Our history, charm and competitive fees make the Presbyterian Cemetery the choice of many Lynchburg and surrounding area citizens.
In 1823, six elders of the Presbyterian Church purchased two acres from Edward Lynch, son of John Lynch (Lynchburg City founder).
The trustees of the Cemetery, still elders of two Presbyterian churches in Lynchburg, remain committed to providing personal service and the utmost in grounds care.