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We have an extensive lending and resource library at our office, open to the public.
We recycle used Tallitot, Tefillin, Mezuzah scrolls and cases, and all other ritual items.
Funeral Services held in our chapel may be web streamed for those unable to travel or attend in person.
Women’s League of Cong. Etz Chayim
While in our care
A Shomer serves as a companion for your loved one, showing respect and compassion by reciting Tehillim ( Psalms) .
In keeping with traditional Judaism , we honor body and soul , and comfort mourners by safeguarding every member of our community.
Family and friends are welcome and encouraged to participate with us in this chesed shel emet, act of true loving kindness.
Volunteer Pallbearers Needed
Anticipated Death at Home
Tachrichim (burial shrouds) are traditional simple white burial garments, usually made from 100% pure cotton, in which Jews are dressed by the Chevra Kadisha for burial after undergoing a taharah (ritual purification). In Hebrew, tachrichim means to “enwrap” or “bind.” It comes from the verse in Megilas Esther (Chapter 8;...
The word ‘Yahrzeit’ is Yiddish, and is translated to mean “time of year.” It is the anniversary of the Hebrew date of a death, commemorated annually. We mark the yahrzeit from sundown to sundown. Remembrance is a central Jewish value, and we honor the memory of those who have passed...