Friends of Mount Moriah Cemetery, P.O. Box 5321, Philadelphia, PA 19142

“Forgotten People?”

A video about the cemetery produced by students from the Community College of Philadelphia:

Remember Our Fallen – One Wreath At A Time

This holiday season we want to honor those who helped build this great nation by placing a wreath on every grave in the Soldiers Plot, Naval Asylum Plot, and the Military Order of the Loyal Legion (MOLLUS) Plot.

June 27 Bird Walk and Creek Clean-up

Update: The Water Department and Audubon Society have canceled tomorrow’s Cobbs Creek clean-up event due to the inclement weather predicted and subsequent safety concerns. If it’s not raining hard, there will still be a bird walk held at 10… Read More


Mount Moriah is the final resting place for 1,000s of veterans from the Revolution, Civil War, Spanish American War, War of 1812, World Wars I & II, Vietnam, and Korea. [button color=”green” size=”medium” align=”center” link=””]Learn More About Our… Read More

The “Monuments Men” Visit Mount Moriah on Memorial Day

Two companies will donate their services in an effort to upright, restore, and in some cases, reassemble some of the toppled U.S. military veterans’ grave markers and monuments.

Park Day – March 28, 2015

Learn more about the various tours to be held on Park Day!


Please join us on Saturday, March 28, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for Park Day.

Raymour & Flanigan Wreaths for Medal of Honor Recipients Event

The Friends of Mount Moriah held an event at Raymour & Flanigan in Springfield, PA on December 21, 2014. The group raised awareness about the cemetery and its many veterans, including 21 Medal of Honor recipients. Patrons and… Read More

Memorial Event at Raymour & Flanigan, Springfield, PA – December 21

Join us in honoring the cemetery’s 21 Medal of Honor recipients, as Domenic Graziano Flowers & Gifts provides wreaths to be placed at each burial site. The event will take place Raymour & Flanigan at 65 Baltimore Pike,… Read More

“Mount Moriah: A Cemetery and its Friends”

A Temple University student that recently volunteered at the cemetery blogged about the experience: