A traditional choice for a permanent resting place
Today there are more options than ever on how to celebrate a life lived. Choosing burial as your final disposition allows you to have a final resting place with options to have a personal celebration. We believe that no two people are alike and no two services should be alike either.
Most funeral services take place in the chapel at the funeral home. It is usually the most convenient and dignified location for the service, providing a comfortable and proper locale to eulogize and memorialize your loved one. A chapel service is not subject to the vagaries of the weather, or other outside distractions. At Mount Sinai Memorial Chapels, we pride ourselves on the beauty and dignity of our facilities, and we make every effort to do whatever possible to ease the family through this most difficult time.
If the deceased had been an active member of a Synagogue, and local custom permits, the service might take place in the Synagogue. Our staff and your Rabbi will be able to advise you.
Services are held at the gravesite at a cemetery. Graveside services can follow a traditional funeral or can be held as the only service event. Graveside services are sometimes held as private gatherings of only close family and friends.