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Death Ritual

Funeral, Shiva, Kaddish, Unveiling
Our sages teach us, from the Book of Kohelet 7:2 “It is better to go to the house of mourning than to the banquet hall, for from the house of mourning, the living learn a moral lesson”.
We recognize that not every life cycle event is a joyous one. The loss of a family member can be overwhelming and sad. Our clergy will guide your family through this emotional time by helping you navigate the Jewish mourning rituals and allowing you the opportunity to express your grief.
For those who are unable to attend services to say Kaddish, we can arrange for a clergy member to recite the prayers on your behalf. If you would like to take advantage of this service, please contact Asher Tannenbaum, Ritual Director at 514-481-7727 ext. 237 or

Our Rabbis teach us that mourners are not alone in their grief; that through the ages, others have experienced the pain of loss and that there is a rich legacy of Jewish tradition which exists to offer comfort and communal support.

Mon, 17 January 2022 15 Shevat 5782