All Hallows Parish has cemeteries at the Brick Church in Edgewater, with interments dating from the 1730s, and at the Chapel in Davidsonville, with interments dating from the 1860s. We have records of interments from the seventeenth century, but we do not know the location of our first cemetery—a challenge for volunteer sleuths if ever there was one. Our Cemetery Committee manages records and interments while also ensuring proper care of the churchyards.
We contract out for mowing, snow plowing, interior cleaning, HVAC service, fuel oil delivery, and strategic pruning or removal, when necessary, of the large trees on our campuses. We rely on volunteers for much of the remaining care and maintenance of our properties. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to cancel our usual major campus clean-up days by volunteers but are encouraging parishioners and friends who can come singly or in family units to do weeding, hedge clipping, and leaf raking at our Brick Church and Chapel campuses.