Here you will find the the story of the Holy Trinity Church, its cemetery, and rich history of those buried here. Read the stories of our Guests From The Past and learn of their contributions to the local community, personal triumphs and family tragedies.  We hope you will come to understand the cemetery is not just a place where people are buried, but a window into the past.

The cemeteries most recent Rescue from Oblivion, began with the inspiration and work of Jim Purman in 1990. Its rescue continues today with the efforts of Friends of Old Trinity Cemetery.

The Old Trinity Cemetery as it is known by many, has the official name Holy Trinity Cemetery, or HTC for short. You may find that these names are used interchangeably thru out this website.


Spring Cleanup Day

Spring Cleanup this year will be Saturday, April 10th with Saturday, April 17th as a rain date. The time is from 10 a.m. until noon. Because of the pandemic, help was sparse last year, but we are hoping for a larger crew this spring with the decreasing need for Covid 19 precautions. Please join us with your masks, gloves, rakes and tarps as we clean up and enjoy the cemetery.

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2020 Visitation Day

Visitation Day will be Sunday October 25th at 3pm. The event will go on and We will be practicing social distancing. Come learn about the latest happenings and meet out guest from the past.

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Holy Trinity and the Sykesville Gate House Museum

The Sykesville Gatehouse Museum is holding a series of Porch Talks. Take a quick look at the Event Calendar and you will see that many of those buried in the HTC are linked to the rich history of Sykesville.

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Fall 2018 Visitation Day

This years Guest from the Past was Samuel Davidson Hall portrayed by Ron Kuehne. Ron did an excellent job of connecting us to the life of Samuel Davidson Hall and sharing his relationship to Holy Trinity.

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