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Sinai Chapels will guide you through the process of arranging a meaningful funeral service. We're here for you 24 hours a day every day of the year. Discover more about where to begin here.
Jewish tradition prescribes the placement of a monument on the grave or an inscription on an existing stone as a sign of love and respect. Learn more about monuments.
Jewish funeral practices have their roots in the deepest history of tradition and culture. Visit our Guide to Jewish Funerals for more information today.
Preplanning a Jewish funeral service relieves your family from the burden of making difficult decisions during a very trying time. Our PrePlan options are government insured and backed by the New York State Funeral Directors Association.
The Center for Jewish Studies at Queens College held its Annual Commemoration of Kristallnacht and Recommitment to Combating Anti-Semitism and Hatred on November 12, 2017 at the Goldstein Theatre.
It is a Jewish custom for the bereaved visiting a gravesite to place a single stone (or pebble, or small rock) on top of the grave of a friend or loved one. This is sometimes referred to as a “Visitation Stone.” Learn more about the possible explanations for this custom.