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Beth El Mausoleum

A Timeless Tradition Of Community And Family.
Couple visiting a loved one at the Beth El Mausoleum
Memories That Endure.

We would like to welcome you and your loved ones to a tranquil place, rooted in Jewish tradition and surrounded by the warmth of community. Our clergy and staff are here to help guide you and answer any questions you may have along the way. Serving the needs of our Temple Beth El congregation and the greater Jewish community of South Florida, the Mausoleum is privately owned by Temple Beth El, providing the highest standards of perpetual care.

Memories That Endure.

Beth El Mausoleum welcomes you an your loved ones to a tranquil place, rooted in Jewish tradition and surrounded with the warmth of community. Our clergy and staff are here to help guide you and answer any questions you may have along the way. Serving the needs of our Temple Beth El congregation and the greater Jewish community of South Florida, the Mausoleum is privately owned by Temple Beth El, providing the highest standards of perpetual care.

Our Beautiful Spaces
Are Rooted In Jewish Tradition

Woman looking at the Twenty-third Psalm artwork at the Beth El Mausoleum
Our Beautiful Spaces
Are Rooted In Jewish Tradition
We Bring The Traditions Of Our Ancestors Into The Modernity Of Today.
We Will Meet You At Your Personal Comfort Level.

We are available to meet with you in whatever way is most comfortable for you. We provide both in-person meetings and tours, Zoom meetings and virtual tours from the comfort of your own home.

Schedule a phone or Zoom video conference with Mike Sirowitz, Mausoleum Director to discuss any questions you may have about Jewish customs and traditions or specific arrangements at the Beth El Mausoleum. Mike is ready to assist you and your family during this time, and can take you on a virtual tour of the beautiful and peaceful  Mausoleum Grounds.

We Will Meet You At Your Personal Comfort Level.

We are available to meet with you in whatever way is most comfortable for you. We provide both in-person meetings and tours, Zoom meetings and virtual tours from the comfort of your own home.

Schedule a phone or Zoom video conference with Mike Sirowitz, Mausoleum Director to discuss any questions you may have about Jewish customs and traditions or specific arrangements at the Beth El Mausoleum. Mike is ready to assist you and your family during this time and can take you on a virtual tour of the beautiful and peaceful Mausoleum Grounds.

Man visiting a loved one at the Beth El Mausoleum

Rooted In Jewish Community.

If you or a loved one is considering making plans for the future, our clergy, staff, and supportive Jewish community is waiting to welcome you.

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