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Druid Ridge Cemetery
7900 Park Heights Ave, Pikesville, MD 21208
Druid Ridge Cemetery of Pikesville has been open for nearly 112 years and the facility is known for its beautifulMore grounds and lake, which plays home to traveling geese during several months of the year. They offer mausoleums, family estates, crypt gardens, traditional burials and cremation memorials. Their main office is located at the entrance to the cemetery. Druid Ridge's website offers grief resources, planning and funeral options and more information on their services. 
Beth El Congregation
8101 Park Heights Ave, Pikesville, MD 21208
This conservative Judaism congregation has services, facilities, staff and clergy to help members spiritually, sociallyMore and educationally. Its Berman-Lipavsky Religious School is award-winning, and it also offers Pauline Mash School for Early Childhood Education, and an infant and toddler daycare. Its Memorial Park in Randallstown is a cemetery and holy place. Congregation activities include adult and youth choirs.
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
7401 Park Heights Ave, Pikesville, MD 21208
This congregation offers everything from worship and youth religious classes for members to cemeteries and evenMore Brotherhood and Sisterhood groups that are open to non-members. With 1,350 families, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation is the largest Reform congregation in the Baltimore area. It runs the accredited The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew for children from 18 months old through eighth grade. And the congregation has a special program for people in their 20s and 30s called "Chai Life." Interestingly, its 17 acres sit on both Baltimore City and Baltimore County property. Worship and the preschool are in the city, while The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew is in the county. "We are the only synagogue where you can get your marriage certificate from the city or county," said Jo Ann Windman, executive director. One cemetery is on Berrymans Lane in Reisterstown, and one is on Belair Road in Baltimore.