The JCBA is dedicated to serving the Jewish community’s truly needy by providing for their burial and final resting places in our Chesed Shel Emeth cemetery on Oakwood Street in Millvale. Our annual unveiling ceremony, cosponsored by the Greater Pittsburgh Rabbinic Association, is held annually close to the High Holidays. The community is invited to attend. Contact us for exact date and time.
Special Thanks to Ralph Schugar Chapel for so generously providing the funeral arrangements and Urbach Memorials for providing headstones for the gravesites.
The JCBA has many volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups who take pride in doing the ultimate Mitzva. If you are interested in volunteering on Mitzva Day, scheduling a specific day for your group or organization, interested in a community service or scout program or to attend our annual unveiling ceremonies please contact us.
The Jewish Cemetery and Burial Association of Greater Pittsburgh welcomes inquiries from Jewish cemeteries in Western Pennsylvania on memberships and partnerships. JCBA is committed to the proper care and maintenance of sacred grounds, and is devoted to the stewardship of Jewish cemeteries, and Jewish sections within general cemeteries, throughout the region. We endeavor to fulfill the commitments made to our past generations by planning for the future.Learn More
Agudath Achim Cemetery (map)
Ahavas Achim (White Oak PA)
Anshe Lubovitz Cemetery (map)
Beth Abraham Cemetery (map)
Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery (map)
Kesher Israel Cemetery (Port Vue PA)
Machsikei Hadas Cemetery (map)
Marks Cemetery (map)
Located at the bottom of the Shaare Zedek cemetery. Follow the directions for Beth Abraham/Shaare Zedek cemeteries. The Marks Cemetery is through the gate to Shaare Zedek, and straight down to the bottom.
Old Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery (map)
Shaare Zedeck Cemetery (map)
Thru the Beth Abraham Cemetery to the parking lot, follow the brick road up and around to the left. Gate to Shaare Zedek is on the right.
Steinfeld Cemetery of New Brighton (map)
Access is thru private property, accompanied by the caretaker.
Workmen’s Circle Branch #45 Cemetery (map)
Workmen’s Circle Branch #975 Cemetery (map)
B’nai Israel Cemetery, Steubenville, OH (map)
PO Box 81863
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Special thanks to Ralph Schugar Chapel for so generously providing for JCBA funerals and to Urbach Memorials for providing headstones for our burials. Thank you also to Robert Garvin, Esq. for his legal help and to The Greater Pittsburgh Rabbinical Association.
JCBA’s expanded vision is made possible by a generous grant from the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s Jewish Community Foundation.