Emmanuel Community United Methodist Church maintains the oldest cemetery in Menomonee Falls. Established in 1845, it is located near the intersection of Roosevelt Drive and Appleton Avenue. The historic Emmanuel Evangelical Community congregation worshiped in the “Red Brick Church” on the hill building adjacent to the cemetery until the current church building on Menomonee Avenue was built in 1955, leaving the cemetery at its historic site. In 1968, the Methodist and Evangelical United Brethren churches merged and became the United Methodist Church. The Emmanuel Community United Methodist Cemetery is the burial place of many village pioneers and founders of Menomonee Falls
Burial in the church cemetery is open to all who are interested in being interred in this unique historic location. Church membership is not required. More than 200 gravesites are available for purchase. Burial arrangements are flexible and can accommodate a range of preferences from caskets to multiple cremains. Graves may have individual markers or monuments.
For more information about Emmanuel Community’s cemetery, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office at 262-251-3830.