The Emanuel Synagogue Cemetery is located at:
1361 Berlin Turnpike in Wethersfield

(corner of Jordan Lane & the Berlin Turnpike) Link to Google Map

Hours: Dawn to Dusk, Sunday – Friday
Closed Shabbat & Jewish holidays

FOR EMANUEL CEMETERY INFORMATION:

Jeff Rudolph, Cemetery Administrator, EMAIL / 860-491-5973
Meyer Frankel, Cemetery Committee Chair, EMAIL / 860-233-1030

For Beth Hillel Cemetery inquiries, Contact: Alan Goodman

The Emanuel Cemetery Mission Statement: 

To honor the memory of all our loved ones by properly maintaining, supervising and administrating the Emanuel Synagogue Cemetery in a manner that is religiously appropriate for a conservative Synagogue.

Since 1921, The Emanuel Cemetery has offered a peaceful and honored resting place for burial of our dead. The cemetery is carefully maintained and available for burials, unveilings, and year round visitation. Members and non-members may purchase burial plots subject to the rules and by-laws of The Emanuel.

Dedication Options at The Emanuel
To memorialize and honor loved ones 

Plaques

Bronze Memorial Plaques
A permanent display in the Synagogue Lobby

Yahrzeit Observance Plaques
Displayed the week of observance in the Chapel & Sanctuary

Click for details. To place a plaque order, contact Lisa L in the Synagogue Main office.

Name Display

Tree of Life
Create your own branch on The Emanuel Family Tree with hand painted leafs. Contact Joan for details: 860-233-4773 

Menorah Legacy Society
Legacy donor names displayed in the Synagogue Lobby. For more information on setting up a legacy gift, contact Endowment Fund Committee Chair: Naomi Kleinman

Memorial Book

Inscribe loved ones eternally in the BOOK OF LIFE or create an ANNUAL Yizkor memorial for Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Pesach & Shavuot

 Click for editable form. Deadline: Sept. 4, 2019 for 2019-20 edition