Yom Shabbat, 7 Kislev 5778
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cemetery An important part of planning for the future should include a discussion of what you and your family’s wishes are when a death occurs. While this is a difficult conversation, it is an important one that each of us need to have with our loved ones. There can be no greater show of caring than to spare our loved ones of the burden of choosing a funeral home, selecting funeral arrangements, and making other significant decisions while under their incredible shadow of grief.

One aspect of planning for death is the selection of a final resting place. Temple Beth Shalom has its own consecrated Jewish cemetery serving our Temple membership and other members of the Jewish community. Here, we provide a place where the deceased will receive the highest level of respect and perpetual care. 

If you haven't already, please consider filling out a Personal Preferences Form. Now may be an appropriate time to consider purchasing a gravesite as part of your long-term planning. There can be no greater demonstration of caring for our loved ones than by making cemetery and other significant decisions before they are needed. 

Please click here to view and download the cemetery policies or to view information about purchasing a gravesite marker. For further information about our cemetery and other services we provide, please contact Sam Scheer through the Temple office (512-735-8900) or directly at 512-343-1733.