CBST Cemetery Visit 5782

During the Days of Awe, it is traditional to visit the cemetery to memorialize loved ones. Our clergy lead a visit to our CBST cemetery plot – hold a brief service, and recite memorial prayers for every CBST member buried there.

If you are planning to attend in-person, please complete our Cemetery Visit In-Person RSVP Form and note: ***Transportation will not be provided. Attendees must be fully vaccinated. Masks required. Social distancing of 3 feet required. Meet us at Cedar Park Cemetery, 735 Forest Avenue, Paramus, NJ, 07652, Block 20, Section 3, Lot 14 at 12pm. 

Block 20, Section 3, Lot 14
Cedar Park Cemetery
735 Forest Avenue
Paramus, NJ 07652

For those who cannot attend in person, we welcome you to participate online via Zoom. 
Join Via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 830 6163 0980
Call-in: +1 646-876-9923 (New York)

Zoom Instructions & Etiquette

  • All services, classes, & programs will be locked at their start time. Please arrive 10 minutes early. We appreciate your understanding as we strive to provide the best possible experience for program participants & leaders.
  • MUTE your computer microphone, phone or other device until you are invited to speak.
  • To protect the sacred nature of our services, classes, & programs, please make sure that when you join us via Zoom, that your “display name” is updated (i.e. not whatever default your device might set like “iPhone6” etc.).
  • As in our Sanctuary, no photography is allowed.

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***For information about purchasing plots, contact:

Yolanda Potasinski at

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