Jewish traditions are rich in honoring and memorializing those who have passed away. Learn about those traditions and how we are connected to them this High Holy Day season.
There are many Jewish traditions and rituals involving food following the passing of a loved one, during the seven-day period of mourning called Shiva. Learn about some of the most common traditions, and ways that we can help guide you through them. The meal eaten by the family and often close friends, following the burial […]
End-of-Life Financial Planning Budgeting and planning for your final arrangements and funeral service are probably the last thing you want to think about. They’re also the last major decisions of your life story. There is no need to fear preparing for what is just part of the circle of life. Here at the Beth El […]
Every heart beats with love for those who mean the most to us.
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.
When we lose a loved one, we are often at a loss for words and for what to do next.
The Beth El Mausoleum is a tranquil and beautiful place to visit and remember loved ones.
If we think about it, our lives are like a good book.
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.
The tranquil Beth El Mausoleum is the only mausoleum in the United States to be built on sacred temple grounds.