Planning for Peace of Mind
December 21, 2018
Spiritual Guidance, Jewish Tradition, and More
The Beth El Mausoleum is more than just a final resting place–it offers a Jewish community, and connections with clergy for pastoral care, spiritual guidance, and Jewish tradition.
The clergy and staff at the Beth El Mausoleum can help you pre-plan your funeral and remove the burden of having your family make the tough decisions. With pre-planning, the emotional and financial burden does not need to fall on your children and loved ones.
Some may think mausoleums are not in accordance with Jewish traditions, but it’s been a sacred tradition for Jews to be laid to rest either in or on hallowed ground since Abraham purchased the Cave of Machpelah as a burial place for his wife, Sarah.
At the Beth El Mausoleum, there are beautiful outdoor spaces with gardens and waterfalls, and an indoor mausoleum, which is an air-conditioned, marble-and-bronze two-story structure filled with beautiful Judaic artwork, mosaics, stained glass, and etched marble.
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