A Landmark Imbued with Rich Tradition
Among the foothills of the Santa Susana Mountains, carved out of the rocky canyons of a centuries-old Western landscape, is Mount Sinai’s awe-inspiring new 160-acre Memorial Park, designed to serve the needs of the Jewish community for many generations to come. The Park’s lush green valleys, fountains, gardens and pathways harmonize with its surroundings.
The sunlit Kamenir Chapel, enveloped in wood and Jerusalem stone and accented with Ruth Merritt’s faceted glass windows evoking the Seven Days of Creation, is a haven of tranquil beauty appropriate to reflection and remembrance.
The Simi Valley Park embodies ancient traditions in new concepts like The Caves of Abraham, an innovative modern day interpretation of Biblical cave burials in accord with Halachic (Jewish Law) practice. Now in development is Sukkat Shalom-Canopy of Peace, where personalized family mausoleums will be built along the crest of Jerusalem Road, the structures cascading down the hill to evoke the feeling and grandeur of Jerusalem. There are also traditional individual and companion ground spaces and gardens for individuals, couples and families in sections throughout the Park.
The Courts of Abraham
Our newest area for development, The Courts of Abraham, provides many options for Jewish burial. Ground and wall crypt burial spaces are available for singles to large families. Choices of walkway property in the ground, to wall crypts in a courtyard setting, beautifully adorned with mosaic tile and enhanced by artistic features, provide comfort to the visitors. Please call (800) 600-0076 to speak to an advance planning representative to explain all the available options.
To get more information or arrange a visit to Mount Sinai Memorial Park in the Santa Susana Mountains, please call 800-600-0076 and ask for our Sales Manager, Martha White.