A Jewish cemetery serving the entire spectrum of the Jewish community, including interfaith families. The cemetery offers traditional ground burials, family sections, a cremation urn garden, and an on-site chapel with seating for approximately 75 guests. It allows for flush grave markers and memorial benches. There are dedicated sections for Conservative and Orthodox Jews. Congregational sections within the cemetery include ones for Temple Isaiah (Lafayette – Reform), Congregation B’nai Shalom (Walnut Creek – Conservative), Netivot Shalom (Berkeley – Conservative), Beth Chaim Congregation (Danville – Renewal), Tel Shalom Burial Association (Berkeley and Richmond), Congregation B’nai Tikvah (Walnut Creek – Reform) and Temple Beth Abraham (Oakland – Conservative). The not-for-profit cemetery is owned by Sinai Memorial Chapel Chevra Kadisha, which manages the cemetery.