The Shrine of Remembrance was opened for those of the Jewish faith in 1959. It houses the Scroll of Remembrance where the names of loved ones can be recorded in a month that has special meaning. Various lengths of entry are available, and can be further personalised by the addition of a floral emblem, or badge.
Oak panels are available in the Shrine for hand-painted or carved inscriptions, dedicated for periods ranging from ten to eighty years.
For those wishing to commemorate loved ones with flowers, a bronze frame holds individual vases with an inscribed plaque. Flowers can be provided upon request, or a Yahrzeit candle ordered with flowers for a particular date. Special floral displays can also be ordered for anniversary dates, with a display card bearing the name of the deceased.