“The great importance of becoming tear catchers, of seeing and holding on to each other’s tears, of allowing ourselves to share that godlike ability to feel the pain of another is an expression of our compassion and our very humanity. Our obligation is to respond to the tears of others, to their pain, to their pleas. That responsibility to take action is a large part of what makes us Jews.”
From hospital and home visits with a loved one, to a family meeting with one of our rabbis to talk about the deceased and begin the healing process, to the funeral, burial and shiva, know that you are not alone. Together, we will bring care and comfort to your family and stand with you to honor your loved ones.