Mount Sinai Memorial Parks and Mortuaries maintains its 60-year tradition of honoring the deceased and serving the living in Los Angeles. We provide mortuary and cemetery services with all of the respect dictated by our Jewish heritage and tradition, and all of the caring we would extend to members of our own families.
Mount Sinai supports the full spectrum of Jewish ritual observances and is sensitive to the needs and requests of all. For immediate assistance, we have staff available on-site to answer calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Mount Sinai also offers guidance and counsel to those who wish to make their plans in advance.
Traditions are important, so in accordance with our traditional Jewish burial customs, we regularly work with Chevra Kadisha organizations from all around the country to ensure proper burial at Mount Sinai.
Our two Memorial Parks, in Simi Valley and Hollywood Hills, offer a broad range of property choices including traditional lawn spaces, wall and ground crypts, companion estates, and family gardens. The Parks are designed to meet the needs of the Southern California Jewish community for the next two hundred years.
Providing for Jewish memorialization and burial are among the most important commitments that a Jewish community makes to its members. Mount Sinai Memorial Parks and Mortuaries is dedicated to the entire Jewish community as a service of Sinai Temple of Los Angeles.
Mount Sinai is sensitive to language and traditions of every segment of our community. If we can be of assistance to you whether at time of need or as you plan for the future, please contact us at 1-800-600-0076.
Hours and Days of Operation
Mount Sinai Mortuaries are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Both Parks are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Saturday in observance of the Sabbath.
Our parks are open Sunday through Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
daily except Saturday in observance of the Sabbath.
Please note that our parks will also be open with regular working hours on the following holidays:
Thanksgiving (Thursday, November 27, 2014)
Christmas (Thursday, December 25, 2014)
New Year’s Day (Thursday, January 1, 2015)