Centennial Garden

In honor of our Centennial celebration, we created a beautiful Centennial Garden located to the right of our High Holiday entrance. Your dedication of a personalized brick to memorialize and celebrate family, friends and lifecycle events will be your permanent legacy.

The bricks will be engraved by laser technology for guaranteed durability. Different sizes are available for your convenience.

You may Order Online here.

Orders received by February 25, 2019 will be installed, weather permitting, in time for Passover.

Questions? Please call Nan MacLachlan at 412-835-5464

Thank you for your participation in this beautiful project.

Your Centennial Committee

Donate to a Fund

Honor or Remember a Loved One with a Donation!

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