As per NSW Government regulation, download and complete an Attendance Register (click here) for the consecration.  Return the completed form to our office.  Safety precautions must be taken including physical distancing of 1.5 metres, and 1 person per 4 square metres of space.  Face masks are also highly recommended.  

You may register your attendance at a consecration, by QR Code, using the link to the cemetery below;

Rookwood Cemetery      |      Macquarie Park Cemetery       |       Botany Cemetery

 

To download the ‘Service at the Setting of a Tombstone –  Ashkenaz’ PDF booklet, Click here
Sepharadim PDF booklet, Click here

See below for a list of upcoming Consecrations:

Sunday 29th November

Time Name Cemetery Section Row Plot Officiating
10:30 am Ann Marczak Rookwood Cemetery Plot : 13_Zone G/8/62 Rabbi David Freedman
10:30 am Mark and Rochelle Eisenberg Rookwood Cemetery 24G 9 229 Rabbi Danny Eisenberg

Sunday 6th December

Time Name Cemetery Section Row Plot Officiating
10:00 am Lily Resnick Macquarie Park Cemetery D 13 0015 Rabbi Yossi Friedman
10:30 am Alexander Moss Rookwood Cemetery 26D 486 Rabbi David Freedman
10:30 am Rachel Zweig Macquarie Park Cemetery F15 45 Rabbi Rogut OAM
11:30 am Dr David Abraham Newman Rookwood Cemetery 24G 102 Rabbi Wolff
11:30 am Ronald Penny Rookwood Cemetery 24L 1 16A Rabbi David Freedman
12:00 pm Henry David Hootman Rookwood Cemetery 24A G AA11 Rabbi Wolff

Sunday 20th December

Time Name Cemetery Section Row Plot Officiating
10:00 am Shalom Nissim Rookwood Cemtery 22 44 811 Rabbi Rogut OAM
11:00 am William Winston Rookwood 26G 23 Rabbi Solomon
11:00 am Lori Winston Rookwood 26G 22 Rabbi Solomon

Sunday 17th January

Time Name Cemetery Section Row Plot Officiating
10:00 am Nora Frankel Botany Cemetery J54 326 Rabbi Rogut OAM

Sunday 31st January

Time Name Cemetery Section Row Plot Officiating
10:30 am Edward Fisher Macquarie Park Cemetery F25  52 Rabbi Rogut OAM
11:00 am Alexander Elazar Lips Rookwood Cemetery 26F 449 Rabbi Kastel and Rabbi Freedman

It is customary that no consecrations are held on Rosh Chodesh