Temple Israel Cemetery
225 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT
In the tradition of the Jewish people, the cemetery has always been hallowed ground. Referred to as beth olam (abode of eternity) or beth hayim (abode of life), the cemetery was often the first institution established by a Jewish community. Religious services and study classes can be held in any suitable room, home or even hired hall, but the cemetery is holy and set apart. Our Rabbis remind us that a cemetery is a living memorial to our loved ones and a place of serenity and peace.
For information about purchasing plots, contact Executive Director, Bryan Bierman: