Judaism has developed a healthy approach to grief that allows families to move from the hardest moments of loss back into the world, with deliberation. Our rabbi will help you identify the observances that are most meaningful to you -- including officiating at a Jewish burial, gathering a minyan at your home if you choose to sit shiva, and joining your community to recite Kaddish on Shabbat and at Yizkor services.

For information about the Jewish observances of grief and mourning, see the Union for Reform Judaism's website here.

For information about how Judea Reform supports people through this difficult time, please click here and read "Kavod V'nichum -- Honor and Comfort." or contact Clergy Assistant Lois Price by phone at 919-489-7062, ext. 226; or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For information about the Judea Reform Cemetery, please click here.

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