NBC News, Aug. 30, 2013: An unfortunate situation resulting from Mount Moriah Cemetery being temporarily “closed” to new burials. “Our goal is to turn Mount Moriah around,” says Brian Abernathy, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. (Read article here.)
Philadelphia Inquirer article (Sept. 26, 2013): Read about the Naval Asylum Plot on the Yeadon side of Mount Moriah Cemetery. “Its 21 medal honorees may be the most buried in any cemetery in the country, according to a military expert.”
Foxnews.com featured Mount Moriah Cemetery and Board member Sam Ricks in this article >
View the video from February 26, 2013 and see the difference that has been made in the past six months! (Current photos can be seen on our Facebook Group page.) The Board of the Friends of Mount Moriah Cemetery, Inc., would like to thank …Read More
August 1, 2013 article (click here to read) by Paulina Reso: Mount Moriah Cemetery is poised for revival, if a thicket of legal, financial and ecological issues can be resolved.
A wonderful story published by Hidden City (Philadelphia) writer Dan Papa on July 15, 2013! Click here to read and see photos.
Click here to read about ”Comcast Cares” Day of Volunteerism at Philadelphia’s Mount Moriah Cemetery in the Philadelphia Inquirer (Sunday, April 28, 2013). In the words of Friends President Paulette Rhone: “The preservation of Mount Moriah took a quantum leap today. About 70 employees from …Read More
April 4, 2013 article on Examiner.com by Anthony Selletti: The focus for Civil War Park Day 2013 hosted by the Friends of Mount Moriah Cemetery, Inc, April 6th 2013 from 8AM until 1PM, at Mount Moriah Cemetery will be the commemoration of the Battle …Read More
View Kimberly Killeri’s video, “Mount Moriah Cemetery Feb. 2013″ Click for video.
Could a Rebirth Be on the Horizon for Local Cemetery? The City of Philadelphia is working with community members and Yeadon to restore and preserve Mount Moriah Cemetery. Click for video.