Your toolkit for talking about death from a Jewish perspective
Info on Jewish and interfaith life cycle ceremonies: bris, bar mitzvah, bat mitzvah, weddings, funerals, etc.
Explanation of the Jewish prohibitions against embalming and cremation, and discussion of modern approaches to cremation.
An explanation of who the official mourners are in the Jewish tradition.
Information about death and mourning for interfaith families and non-Jews looking for information on Jewish funerals.
A brief overview of how Jewish mourning changes one week, one month and one year after a loved one’s death.
Tips on planning a funeral for a member of an interfaith family.
Explanation of the preparation of a dead body for burial in the Jewish tradition.
Explanation of the origins of Jewish burial practices.
Recommended websites and books on Jewish death and mourning.