Guide to Funeral Directors in Cambridge

Cambridge, MA has a diverse population of around 109,700 people. There are around a half a dozen funeral homes in Cambridge. No matter your family’s religious beliefs, you should be able to find a funeral director in this city that will provide you with an appropriate service, including Humanist and non-religious services.

Christ Church Cambridge on Zero Garden Street and Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church on 838 Massachusetts Avenue are the two main Anglican churches in the region. The main Catholic church is St John the Evangelist Church on 2254 Massachusetts Avenue. The central mosque is the Islamic Society of Boston which can be found on Prospect Street and there are about two dozen synagogues in the region. The main synagogues are Tremont Street Shul on 8 Tremont St and the Congregation Eitz Chayim on Magazine Street.

Key cemeteries and crematoria that are open for new burials in Cambridge include the Puritan Lawn Memorial Park and Cemetery on Lake Street, Mount Auburn Cemetery on Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge Cemetery on Coolidge Avenue and the North Cambridge Catholic Cemetery on Rindge Avenue. In total, there are around 10 cemeteries and crematoria in this city.

Funeral directors and funeral homes in Cambridge are bound by Massachusetts state law. Your chosen funeral home will be able to advise you on any legal requirements.

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