Mount Sinai Memorial Parks and Mortuaries
provides Traditional Jewish Mortuary and Funeral services

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Proudly serving our community with Jewish mortuary and cemetery services for over 60 years.

JEWISH MORTUARY SERVICES

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Honoring our Jewish heritage
Jewish Mortuary and Funeral Home services performed in accordance with tradition. When a death occurs, call
1-800-600-0076 for immediate assistance.

MOUNT SINAI – SIMI VALLEY

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A sacred place for establishing new family traditions
Surrounded by majestic mountain vistas, Mount Sinai Simi Valley cemetery was developed to serve the needs of the Jewish community for many generations to come.

MOUNT SINAI – HOLLYWOOD HILLS

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An iconic landmark in the Hollywood Hills
Serving Los Angeles for 60 years, Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills offers a serene Jewish cemetery sanctuary accented by colorful gardens and elegant architecture.

Dedicated to the entire Jewish community as a service of Sinai Temple of Los Angeles

Message from our General Manager

On Sunday, October 9th, we will hold our 62nd annual
Kever Avot Community Memorial service at both of our parks in the Hollywood Hills and Simi Valley.

If you are not familiar with the ancient custom of Kever Avot, it is the tradition of visiting the graves of parents and loved ones each year, between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.  Please join with us on Sunday, October 9th as we pray together, support one another and honor the memory of those who have passed.  Whether your loved ones are buried with us or far away, all are welcome.

Our sacred yet casual Kever Avot service begins with the sound of the Shofar and ends with the recitation of the Kaddish.  For your convenience, we hold services at each of our memorial parks beginning with the 10:00 am morning service at Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills followed by an afternoon service which will begin at 1:00 PM at Mount Sinai Simi Valley.

Both services will be led by Rabbi Jason Fruithandler and Cantor Marcus Feldman from Sinai Temple, and they will be joined by the Sinai Temple Choir, under the direction of Aryell Cohen, at Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills and the UJA Choir, under the direction of Dr. Noreen Green at Mount Simi Valley.

For more information, please visit Kever Avot

From our Mount Sinai Family to yours, L'Shana Tova!
Best wishes for a sweet, healthy and peaceful New Year.

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