Mount Sinai Memorial Park and Mortuary is a member of one of the largest Jewish cemeteries and mortuary providers in Southern California. The Simi Valley location offers beautiful scenery in a quiet, rural community near Thousand Oaks in gorgeous oak-studded Simi Valley, north of downtown Los Angeles.
The cemetery property offers a variety of ancient Jewish traditions and concepts including the Caves of Abraham, which offer a modern day interpretation of cave burials as told in the Bible and following Jewish law practices. Individuals may also opt for traditional individual as well as companion ground burials in a number of gardens designed for families and couples in a beautiful sections located throughout the park property.
Mount Sinai Memorial Park and Mortuary in Simi Valley is composed of over 150 acres of beautiful countryside, surrounded by the green, rolling hills, oak trees, and blue skies of this big valley north of the San Fernando Valley. The property offers a variety of pathways, gardens, floral and shrub arrangements as well as small streams and fountain features.
Stone imported from Israel offers a sense of tradition and history, and the chapel offers a beautiful glass rendition of the Seven Days of Creation. The large Kamenir chapel on the property offers ample space and seating for those memorializing and honoring their loved ones. Staff at Mount Sinai Memorial Park and Mortuary takes pride in their ability to offer services following Jewish laws, customs and traditions that have been passed down for centuries.
Individuals can reach Mount Sinai Memorial Park and Mortuary in Simi Valley by taking Interstate 405 north of out of downtown Los Angeles or coming from the San Francisco area. Also known as the San Diego Freeway, stay on the 405 until you reach the 118, known as Simi Valley Freeway West. From the south, take the exit at Yosemite Avenue, makes two right turns onto Mount Sinai Drive and you'll find the entrance to the large property located at the end of the street.