The tranquil Beth El Mausoleum is the only mausoleum in the United States to be built on sacred temple grounds. Walking around our property, surrounded by mature trees, glorious water features and pristine landscape, you are also only steps away from Temple Beth El of Boca Raton. As part of the greater Jewish community, this sacred location offers a comforting place of belonging, as well as a place of healing.
If and when the need arises, the connection to community and Judaism is already there for you. The Beth El clergy and our caring Mausoleum Director work in conjunction to answer any questions you may have. Here we are truly one. We are here to support you during times of grief and to be there to help you in making the most difficult decisions.
“Worshipping together in a sacred space, sharing simchas, celebrating together and offering compassion and support during times of difficulty and loss, being part of a loving, caring Jewish community… for every life cycle and for every season…that is what it means to belong.”
Today more than ever we know that having a sense of belonging and being inspired by our faith in Judaism is so important. This connection is why through the years so many traditions and rituals have become part of our daily lives.
Worshipping together in a sacred space, sharing simchas, celebrating together and offering compassion and support during times of difficulty and loss, being part of a loving, caring Jewish community… for every life cycle and for every season…that is what it means to belong. To hold a hand… to give a hug… to gaze into someone’s eyes who is grieving only comes from the warmth of being of being part of a greater community.
These days, we may not be able to do that in person, but we certainly will be able to do it again one day. In the meantime, it is amazing how much can still be done virtually to keep us all connected when we need it the most.
“We will be glad that we were already experiencing the deep connections from the foundation of belonging to a Jewish community we had already built for ourselves.”
And when the day comes when we can once again all participate in person; we will be glad that we were already experiencing the deep connections from the foundation of belonging to a Jewish community we had already built for ourselves.
If you, a friend or a family member have been considering making pre-need plans or if you have an immediate need, Temple Beth El and The Beth El Mausoleum along with our caring clergy and Mausoleum Director are here for you. We hope to always strive continuously to meet your spiritual needs. We want you to belong to our family, become a part of our sacred home and know that we will be there to support your family when you need us.
We invite you also to click on this link and view our beautiful new Beth El Mausoleum video for yourself.
For more information about both our current visitation guidelines as well as virtual tour options, please reach out to our caring Mausoleum Director, Mike Sirowitz at 561-391-8901 or email him at [email protected].