New Mt. Sinai proudly offers the only Community Mausoleum available in the St. Louis Jewish community. Our Mausoleum was originally opened in 1969 with space for 364 crypts and niches for the cremated remains of 72 people. The Mausoleum was further expanded in 1990 with 675 additional crypts and niches for another 320 people. The crowning jewel of New Mt. Sinai's Mausoleum is the stained glass "Window of Truth" at the back of the Chapel inside the building. This brilliant panel, which forms the backdrop for services in the 200-seat Chapel, was designed by the renowned artist Sol Nodel, brother of the late Rabbi Julius Nodel (of Congregation Shaare Emeth).
New Mt. Sinai's Community Mausoleum houses many of St. Louis' most prominent individuals, including Arthur "Cubby" Baer, a member of the founding family of Stix, Baer & Fuller department stores; Donald Gallop, noted St. Louis attorney; Samuel Sachs, founder of Sachs Electric; and Julius A. Schweig, former mayor of Clayton, Missouri.