Remember. Forever.

Following the passing of a loved one, one is compelled to ensure their memory not to be forgotten. In Jewish law, one of the ways to preserve the memory of the deceased is the recitation of the “Kaddish” prayer. This prayer is recited in the daily prayer services, initially to be said for a specific length of time depending on the relation to the deceased, and then several times a year, perpetually. Today, however, there are many Jews who do not have the time or commitment for this obligation.

Furthermore, until now, there has not been a single independant source to provide traditional Jewish Kaddish education and guidance.

Kaddish Services, is an Organization that is your source for information, guidance and services for all traditional kaddish needs. If you would like to properly preserve the memory of your loved one in a Jewish manner you can be confident that Kaddish Services will be there to assist you.

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