New Mt. Sinai Cemetery | National Historic Place | Established 1850
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Historically Significant & Architecturally Crafted

                                  New Mt. Sinai Cemetery Founded 1850                                 
 

Experience History

For more than 150 years, New Mt. Sinai Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri has provided Jewish families with a time-honored final resting place for their loved ones. In this cemetery are buried many men and women who have contributed greatly to the Jewish Community, including rabbis, cantors, philanthropists, business leaders, political figures, and veterans from every major conflict since the Mexican-American War in 1846.

We would like to welcome you to explore the over 52 acres of beautifully maintained grounds and learn more about the architecture and historical significance of New Mt. Sinai Cemetery. For directions or more information, please contact us today.

Exceptional Services

New Mt. Sinai Cemetery offers a full range of burial and perpetual care services for individuals and families, as well as a beautiful 200-seat climate-controlled Chapel for funeral services. Additionally, our website offers extensive genealogy research results through our Burial Records from 1850 to present day.

Help Your Temple!

Members of our owner temples can now help their congregation when they purchase property at New Mt. Sinai.

Here's how it works:

If a member in good standing of an owner temple purchases property at New Mt. Sinai, up to 10% of their purchase is contributed to the purchaser's temple at the time payment in full is received by New Mt. Sinai. (Members still receive a 10% discount for pre-need purchases).

So now planning ahead pays off -- and pays your temple, too! Call the cemetery office for more details, or to arrange an appointment.

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New Mt. Sinai Cemetery is proudly owned by:
B'nai El Congregation
Congregation Shaare Emeth
Temple Israel