Down a little road is the Zoar German Methodist Church, a remnant of a time when there were little houses of worship scattered throughout the countryside.
The church seems to be closed, but a non-profit association has sprung up to operate the cemetery.
It is a small, simple Romanesque Revival church that is in good condition.
The cemetery stretches up a gradually rising hill behind the church. There are still active burials happening in the grounds.
There are a wide range of dates of the gravestones, with a variety of styles.
One of the two roads to the church is over a low water bridge, which was covered with water due to snow melt.