Since the fall of 2000, many exciting developments have taken place at the Garden of Remembrance, helping to strengthen its role as the preferred cemetery for many congregations, organizations and individuals throughout the greater Washington area.
In addition to the growing interest from congregations, important traditions, news and events are helping to establish the Garden of Remembrance as a community-centered memorial park.
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Fall at the Garden of Remembrance.
Community Memorial Service, September 12, 2010.
Spring is in the air.
Brisk air, clear views, wintertime at the Garden of Remembrance.
Beautiful summertime at the Garden of Remembrance.
The Garden of Remembrance Welcomes Am Kolel
Four Area Congregations chose the Garden of Remembrance in 2007
Young Israel•Ezras Israel of Potomac Now Offers Members Burial Areas at Garden of Remembrance
Fall at the Garden of Remembrance – Be remembered for thinking of others
Winter at the Garden of Remembrance- To every thing there is a season
The Garden of Remembrance blooms with vibrant spring colors
B’nai Israel Congregation Now Offers Members Burial Areas at Garden of Remembrance
Chabad Lubavitch of Upper Montgomery County Now Offers Members Burial Areas at Garden of Remembrance
November 29, 2005 – The Garden of Remembrance Welcomes Two New Congregations
October 4, 2005 – Fifth Annual Community Memorial Service Draws Nearly 200
June 17, 2005 – New Mausoleum and Columbarium Plaza Completed at Garden of Remembrance
December 20, 2004 – Temple Sinai Joins Other Area Congregations to Offer Burial Areas at Garden of Remembrance
November 15, 2004 – Garden of Remembrance Enters Planning Stage of Phase III
January 5, 2004 – Phase II Development Begins at Garden of Remembrance