Mount Sinai Memorial Park and Mortuaries in Los Angeles, California is a place for Southern California Jewish families to bury their dead. For three generations Mount Sinai Memorial Park has been a place for memorializing loved ones. The owners offer respect and sensitivity to the dead and their families, by honoring the traditions of Jewish families.
The park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help with all needs and guidance required. There are two parks as part of the group: one in Simi Valley and the other in Hollywood Hills. The parks are located to make it easy for 5 counties of Jewish residents to make their loved ones comfortable. The Sinai Temple holds the services for the parks, and the entire enterprise is non-profit to serve the community best.
The parks are open from 8am to 5pm daily, except for Sabbath. They also close the parks for Jewish Holidays in order to offer proper observance of these days. Mount Sinai Memorial Park has several community members that help out for the worship and other community observances. Mount Sinai offers a free gift of Seeds of Israel that can be grown in the California climate.