St.Johns Public Cemetery | Niagara Funeral | Burial | Cremation

Niagara Cemetery – Funeral | Burial | Cremation

St.Johns Public Cemetery is a quiet cemetery offering scattering, cremation, burial services and Funeral services in the Niagara region.

 

Established in 1841, St. John’s Cemetery has continuously served the residents of the Town of Lincoln and the Regional Municipality of Niagara. From its inception, the Trustees and Cemetery Board have faithfully endeavored to preserve the dignity and serenity of this unique, country cemetery through ensuring that substantial trust funds remain in place for perpetual maintenance and continued expansion. Situated at the eastern edge of the historic Village of Jordan, the Cemetery comprises over four acres overlooking the picturesque vineyards and orchards of the Jordan Valley. Striving to accommodate the changing social and economic needs associated with funeral customs and practices, St. John’s offers to the general public varied means of interment and disposition.

These include traditional ground burial for caskets and cremation urns, a picturesque scattering garden, and a magnificent, solid granite Columbarium and two beautiful, solid granite Columbaria, in addition to meeting the logistical needs relating to committal and final disposition. An accredited member of the Ontario Association of Cemeteries, St. John’s provides personal care, and services to meet your family’s requirements. For further information regarding Niagara – St. John’s Cemetery, or if we can offer you assistance in any way, please do not hesitate to call the Cemetery Office.

Niagara Cemetery – St.Johns Public Cemetery in Jordan is a quiet cemetery offering scattering, cremation, burial services and Funeral services in the Niagara region.

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Town of Lincoln’s only Columbaria and Scattering Gardens for Cremated Remains.

Town of Lincoln’s only Columbaria and Scattering Gardens for Cremated Remains.
Niagara Region’s only Natural Burial Section.

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