Life Cycles

We offer here your connection to services and professionals involved in end-of-life services and support in the St. Louis area.

Since the earliest recorded history of our Jewish ancestors, our people have sought to provide honorable and proper burial for our loved ones. (Genesis 23:19—“Abraham buried Sarah his wife in the cave of the field of Machpelah before Mamre”) We have also sought comfort and dignity for the survivors of the deceased. If you are a congregation member, please consider contacting your Rabbi or Cantor for advice and counsel.

If you are not affiliated with a local congregation – or – you simply need information, the following resources in our community are here for you:

Jewish Cemeteries

  • Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol
    (314) 991-0264 – 9125 Ladue Road
  • B’nai Amoona Cemetery
    (314) 725-2033 – 930 North & South Road
  • Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery
    (314) 721-4658 – 7570 Olive Boulevard
  • Chesed Shel Emeth Society
    (314) 469-1891 – White Road
  • Chevra Kadisha Cemetery
    (314) 427-0160 – 1601 North & South Road
  • New Mt. Sinai Cemetery
    (314) 353-2540 – 8430 Gravois Road
  • Ohave Sholom Cemetery
    (314) 721-0026 – 7400 Olive Boulevard
  • United Hebrew Temple Cemetery
    (314) 469-0700

Jewish Funeral Homes

  • Berger Memorial
    (314) 361-0622 – 9430 Olive Blvd, Olivette, MO 63132
  • Rindskopf-Roth
    (314) 367-0438 – 5216 Delmar Blvd.

Monuments

  • Rosenbloom Monument Co.
    7511 Olive Blvd
    (314) 721-5070

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