Welcome to the Garden of Remembrance Memorial Park located in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Board of Directors
(Excerpt – Roland B. Gittelsohn)
Winter at the Garden of Remembrance Memorial Park, in Clarksburg, Maryland, is a time of breathtaking views. Whether covered with snow or leafy remnants from the fall, winter is a wonderful time to visit the hallowed grounds of your loved ones. While here, you can take a long walk through winters landscapes, bask in the bright winter light and warm sunshine amidst our peaceful setting in the beautiful countryside of Montgomery County.
Here, you can plant the seeds of a new tradition, and give your family a place to remember loved ones for generations to come.
If you haven’t visited our garden, arrange for a tour today. As a full service partner to you and your family, we offer a wide selection of upright granite memorials, and granite or bronze foot markers, with the largest selection in the Washington DC area. We take pride in being able to care for all of your decision making concerns, right here at the Garden. Our grounds are open every day except Shabbat and the first day of major Jewish holidays. For additional information and assistance call our Help Line at 301.428.3000.
We are the Washington area’s only community-based, non-profit Jewish cemetery, welcoming all of the Jewish faith, with expertise in the practices of Orthodox, Reform, Reconstructionist and Conservative branches of Judaism.
Har Shalom and Fabrangen, Our Newest Partner Congregations
The Garden of Remembrance is proud to offer a warm welcome to Congregation Har Shalom as our 23rd Partner Congregation, and Fabrangen as our 24th Partner Congregation. Their Congregants now join thousands of others in making this community organized and operated Memorial Park their eternal home.
Har Shalom, founded in 1964, is a vibrant, inclusive Conservative congregation in Potomac, Maryland, under the leadership of Rabbi Adam Raskin, Hazzan Henrique Ozur Bass, and Executive Director Shelley Engel.
Fabrangen, founded in 1971, is an egalitarian, participatory chavurah, located in Washington, DC. Fabrangen holds Shabbat services that are a mix of traditional and innovative worship led by its members.