Shortly after Beulah Cemetery was founded, the original Beulah Cemetery Association built Beulah Chapel to offer local residents a non-denominational place to hold funeral services.

Though the Association stopped using the Chapel for services in 1952, the building underwent a full renovation in 2009, updating its amenities while maintaining its Gothic Revival style. The beautifully restored Beulah Chapel now offers seating for as many as 50 people, a meeting room, an office, a kitchen, a bathroom, air conditioning and handicap accessibility, making it an ideal place for funeral services, events and meetings.

For a closer look at Beulah Chapel, click through the images to your right. For a look at the property's layout, click here to download a cemetery map.




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