Begun by a small group of Lutherans in 1846, a humble building was built where visiting pastors conducted services occasionally until 1910. After that time, the property was maintained by a Cemetery Association which ceased to exist in the early 1970's. In 1988 the deplorable condition of the property was brought to public attention and several groups worked to restore it, capping off that effort with a service of rededication in October of 1989. In 1990 the custody of the property was given to the Association of Lutheran Friends.
I know stock photo's aren't allowed, but since you can't see much, here's a stock photo of it in the daylight (the sign that is most visible in my picture is not in the stock photo):
Now go get it before the first service begins.
After that last tag, I felt unclean. :)