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Crescent Memorial Park

Here You Will Find Comfort And Peace Where Beautiful Surroundings And Dignity Reside. Each Family May Differ But All Of Us Share A Need For Respect And Kindness. Set On 35 Acres Of Land, There Is Room For Reflection As One Walks The Grounds, While A Sense Of History Lends Reassurance.

The Annual Meeting scheduled on 6/16/20 has been postponed. The new date, time and location will be announced later in the summer.

COVID-19

The Board of Directors and Staff of Crescent Memorial Park are deeply committed to the safety and well-being of our community and our families.

We have taken precautions that adhere to recommendations from The Center for Disease Control (CDC) and The World Health Organization (WHO) along with the state-wide mandates from Governor Murphy.

These precautions include:

  • Increased cleaning procedures and sanitizing after every service.
  • Adjusting graveside services to enhance social distancing.
  • Limiting burial services and unveilings to groups no larger then 25.

It is our mission to continue to serve our families and our community with respect and caring during this most difficult time.

INFORMATION

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JEWISH CUSTOMS

There are many customs and traditions ranging from unveilings, visitation, Yahrzeit, candle lighting, Mourner’s Kaddish, monuments and more.

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PRE-PLANNING

We encourage all families and relatives to consider pre-arrangement of their cemetery needs. Click here

Jewish Prayer

JEWISH PRAYERS

Jewish prayers offered on behalf of the deceased consist of Psalm 23, Eli Malei and the Mourner’s Kaddish.

Resources

SCHEDULE OF BURIALS

A schedule of upcoming burials at Crescent Memorial Park Cemetery in Pennsauken, New Jersey.

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EXPLORE ALL OF THE BURIAL OPTIONS

Crescent Memorial Park is a full service cemetery offering services designed to fit individual and family needs.

JEWISH CUSTOMS

Unveilings

The unveiling is a beautiful graveside ceremony marking the setting of a loved one’s headstone.

Visitation Stones

One of the most common Jewish cemetery customs is to leave a small stone at the grave of a loved one after saying Kaddish or visiting.

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OFFICE HOURS

Mon-Fri: 9AM – 4PM

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(856) 662-6313