End of Life
Jewish perspective on Death and Mourning
Ha’makom yenahem etkhem betokh she’ar avelei Tziyonvi’Yerushalayim
May God console you among the other mourners of Zion and Jerusalem
As individuals and as families, within a supportive congregation:
- We mourn
- We reaffirm the sweetness of life
- And we remember
Jewish funeral and mourning rituals provide structure and mooring during a time when we may feel lost and at sea. Rabbi Valerie is knowledgeable and compassionate. She is able to support and guide you through each step of the process. Please contact rabbi at email@example.com if you require any assistance.
The First Month:
The First Year:
The Years To Come:
- Weekly Minyans
- Kaddish at every Shabbat service
- Yizkor Services
- Yahrzeit plaques
- High Holy Days Book of Remembrance
For more information about Jewish mourning rituals, we recommend visiting Kavod v’Nichum – Honor & Comfort – https://www.jewish-funerals.org/about-us/about-kavod-vnichum/
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