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For our community members who are in mourning, our Judea Reform Community is devoted to being present for each other.  Given the COVID -19 pandemic and the obligation for physical distancing, we are employing new tools we have in order to sustain a meaningful and loving flow of comfort and compassion from the community to you and your family. These are adaptations of Jewish law for this urgent hour. They will be modified as the situation changes. To find out more about how Judea Reform is meeting the needs of pastoral care, burials, funerals, and shiva minyans during this pandemic, please contact us directly (see list of contacts on sidebar).

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.

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 Congregation supports people during this difficult time, contact Julie Fishkin, Life Cycle & Pastoral Care Manager, 919-489-7062, ext. 277 or by email by clicking HERE.

For information about Growing Thru Grief, a resource for those who have lost a loved one, please click here to find out a current schedule of meetings or email their administrator at

For information about the Judea Reform Cemetery, please click here or email the cemetery at

Sat, April 1 2023 10 Nisan 5783