Father’s Day Update:
An important message for Mount Sinai families


An important message for Mount Sinai families


Father’s Day is a meaningful time for the Mount Sinai community, as families and loved ones gather to celebrate and remember our fathers and the men who made us who we are.


During this unprecedented time, it has never been more important to celebrate our families and communities as we look to one another for comfort and healing. Although our parks will remain open this Father’s Day, we kindly encourage you to stay at home to ensure the safety of our community.


We have instituted a special Father’s Day program to serve our families during this time. Our staff will be honored to visit your loved one’s gravesite on your behalf and leave a Jerusalem stone as a symbol of their everlasting memory. Our team will be deeply moved to carry out this mitzvah and help your family celebrate and commemorate your fathers, grandfathers, and more.

To honor your loved from afar please use the button below:

If you choose to attend one of our parks this Father’s Day, we highly encourage you to download a direct map from our website prior to arriving to guide you to your loved one. Please note that while we will be present to greet you, our staff will not be available to direct you to your loved ones.

We ask that all requests be submitted by June 17th



We look forward to helping you celebrate Father’s Day and will take care of you and those you love.




Mount Sinai Memorial Parks and Mortuaries