Maple Hill Chapel


Designed by Wilkes-Barre architect Fred J. Mack and built in 1931, the Maple Hill Cemetery Chapel is non-denominational and offers a peaceful sanctuary, particularly for small, private services.

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Adjacent to the Chapel, the indoor Columbarium is designed specifically to house cremated remains. Niches of various sizes, some constructed to hold up to four urns, are enclosed by glass panels. Maple Hill offers outdoor Columbarium niches as well.

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Family room

The Family Room

The indoor Columbarium is also used as a Family Room where family and friends of the deceased may gather together. This is a private area, intended specifically for the immediate family and those whom they invite.

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The Chapel leads directly back to the Preparation Room where remains are taken preliminary to cremation. Receiving vaults are provided here for those who wish to postpone the cremation services until a later date.

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Maple Hill Cemetery grounds