King David Memorial Gardens
May God's light embrace you and your loved ones always.
The Memorial Gardens
This unique memorial pays homage to our loved ones in a special way. The six triangles form one of our most ancient symbols, a Magen David, which has long been cherished as a symbol of protection. It also represents a tie to tradition and history. In the post- Holocaust world, six also serves as a reminder of the 6 million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. The triangular ledges are made of fine granite and will be etched with the names of loved ones along with their date of passing. There are spaces for 3200 names.
This memorial is also a tribute to their unfinished lives. Surrounding each of the triangles are 18 benches symbolizing "Chai" or "Life." It is fitting that in this area of remembrance and reflection we also recognize that life must be affirmed and that the most meaningful way we can bring honor to our loved ones is to live our lives in such a way that they would be proud.
Ner Adonai Nishmat Adam...The Light of God is the Soul of Man
Opportunities to remember your loved ones are available and the King David Memorial Garden provides a calm and serene venue to acknowledge and pay respect to their lives.
If you are interested in speaking with Congregation Ner Tamid about remembering a loved one in the King David Memorial Garden click on the picture above.
1 row (includes 6 names) - $12,500
Memorial Space - $500
Friday, May 24
Saturday, May 25
10:00am~Morning Shabbat Service
11:15am~Our Jewish Heritage
Monday, May 27
Office Closed for Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 28
Wednesday, May 29
7:00pm~NextGen Pup Quiz
Thursday, May 23
7:15pm~Cinema Connection Violins in Wartime