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Leaning on One Another: Grief Support Groups

Every heart beats with love for those who mean the most to us.

Writing a Memorable Eulogy

Recently we talked about how to have a meaningful Jewish funeral, offering tips from both the Beth El Mausoleum Director, Mike Sirowitz and Temple Beth El of Boca Raton’s Senior Rabbi Dan Levin.

Thoughtful Tips for a Meaningful Jewish Funeral Service During the Time of Covid

When we lose a loved one, we are often at a loss for words and for what to do next.

A Season to Remember Your Loved Ones

This is the time of year thoughts of those we have lost come to mind, and cherished memories flood back to the times we shared celebrating the High Holy Days together.

A Place of Belonging

The tranquil Beth El Mausoleum is the only mausoleum in the United States to be built on sacred temple grounds.

Embracing Zoom to Serve the Jewish Community

Here at the Beth El Mausoleum and in many places around the world, never in our lifetime could we ever have imagined interacting with families who are at-need or want pre-need arrangements via Zoom video conferencing.

A Trusted Opinion – Google Reviews for the Beth El Mausoleum

There’s nothing better than word of mouth when it comes to getting the lowdown on making a decision about any company or service.

Beth El Mausoleum Celebrates the Light of Chanukah with a Special Gift

It’s time to celebrate the beautiful light of the season as Chanukah, a symbol of hope and freedom for Jews everywhere, will soon be here.

Talking to Children and Teens About Death

We all need guidance not only processing our own grief when we lose someone we love, but also in attending to the needs of our children and grandchildren.

Why pre-plan your final arrangements?

Life is full of planning and preparation, and planning final arrangements should be no exception.

Why Do Jews Bury in Mausoleums? A Tradition That’s Over 3800 Years Old.

Judaism embraces life and accepts death as a part of life.

Sacred Memories ~ for loved ones laid to rest far away

"After my parents passed away within a year of each other in 2013 and 2014, I realized that it would be a hardship to get back to Detroit where they are laid to rest to pay my respects.