Volunteers make up a huge part of the cemetery maintenance effort and communications. Volunteer service exceeded 500 hours this past season, and included grass cutting, trimming, grave leveling, putting sod on new gravesites as well as trash pick-up and weed abatement. We are thankful for the major contributions the volunteers have made to the improved appearance of the cemetery. We are looking for volunteers now, and in the future to help. We greatly appreciate the many volunteer hours dedicated to the organizational and financial management of the cemetery.
Please call Joe Brachmann at (920) 452-5390 to find ways on how you can help.
In the face of death, the Church confidently proclaims that God has created each person for eternal life and that Jesus, the Son of God, by his death and resurrection, has broken the chains of sin and death that bound humanity.
Indeed, the Lord Jesus Christ, by his own three days in the tomb, hallowed the resting places of all who believe in Him, and so made the cemetery a sign of hope that promises resurrection, even as it claims our mortal bodies.
In this faith, Calvary Cemetery stands as an instrument of God’s comforting and loving embrace.