On July 9th we join together with the Greater Boston Jewish Community to pause and reflect as we mourn all those lost during the COVID pandemic thus far.
Our 15 minutes together will include personal reflections, ritual and the dedication of a new community memorial.

The program includes uplifting words and prayers from:

To watch the video, click:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zns_UKfQglY&feature=youtu.be  

A time to mourn


Monday – Friday & Sundays 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Closed Saturdays (Shabbat)

Please be advised as per Governor Baker’s order and JCAM’s Covid-19 protocol all visitors must wear face masks or face coverings during burials, unveilings, visiting graves and on all cemetery grounds and roadways. All visitors must maintain a minimum of 6-feet between one another, including at the gravesite.*

For the sake of collective well-being, JCAM reserves the right to require anyone visibly experiencing cold or flu symptoms, including coughing or diagnosed with COVID-19, to leave cemetery grounds. As we honor the dead with lovingkindness, our greatest concern in this time of crisis is to protect the living, therefore choosing life in the face of death.

We thank you for your cooperation.

*JCAM reserves the right to require anyone who is not wearing a mask or face covering to leave the cemetery immediately.

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