To every thing there is a season,
and a time to every purpose:
A time to be born, a time to die;
A time to weep, and a time to laugh;
a time to mourn, and a time to dance…..
Excerpted From Ecclesiastes
While death is inevitable, the time of death is unknown making at-need planning a difficult and stressful situation for loved ones and friends. The Garden of Remembrance’s experienced counselors are available to work with families on pre-need arrangements which eliminate the burden on loved ones, ensure your wishes are respected and followed. answer questions and assist you with arrangements at your convenience, and give peace of mind to your entire family.
In addition, pre-planning enables you to make informed, intelligent decisions and assume the financial responsibility at today’s costs, Pre-planning can include the selection of cemetery plot locations, memorial markers, and burial expenses.
At your time of need. we accommodate your personal preferences for burial arrangements in accordance with Jewish tradition and family preferences. The Garden of Remembrance will work with your family members and clergy, and provide whatever is needed to provide a meaningful and respectful memorial service.
The Garden of Remembrance will provide you and your family members with graveside programs with appropriate prayers that may be used for funeral and unveiling services, as well as yarmulkes, water, tents for covered seating, and umbrellas for use in inclement weather. Please don’t hesitate to inquire at our on-site administrative office for assistance. Our website includes additional resources, funeral homes, and affiliated community organizations.
When you are ready to plan an unveiling, we will help you make the necessary preparations for a time that is convenient for you, your family and your Rabbi.
Memorial Record and Planning Guide
When there’s a death in the family, the survivors must often make important decisions quickly. Planning ahead will take off that burden. The Garden of Remembrance offers a free Memorial Record and Planning Guide that provides an overview of the planning process, needed information, and necessary arrangements. When complete, this document organizes information in one place, serving as a record and a helpful directive for your surviving spouse, partner, close relative, children, and attorney.