This week, in the last moments of the Torah, we read of the last breath of Moses. Deuteronomy 34:7-8 Moses was a hundred and twenty years old when he died; his eyes were undimmed and his vigor unabated. And the Israelites bewailed Moses in the plains of Moab for thirty days. So the days of weeping and mourning for Moses ended.
The Minharot Olam (Perpetual Tunnels) project, which consists of a number of mile-long tunnels with at a total of 24,000 gravesites, is to be the primary burial ground in the capital Click here to read the article in Haaretz.
May 5780 be a year of comfort and healing. From everyone at Chicago Jewish Funerals.
To all the Dads in our lives. Thank you for everything.
A Healing Retreat: A day of support, reflection, hope and peace for the bereaved Join other bereaved in the community for a day filled with healing activities including art, meditation, music, text study, contemplation and more. Participants will be offered group support, a choice of activities and an opportunity to connect to others in the community. Open to any adult
A traumatic death can leave loved ones with emotional suffering long after the funeral. If someone you know had a tragic loss and shows several of the following symptoms, he or she may have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Has nightmares, vivid memories or flashbacks of the surrounding events of their loved one’s passing Is highly anxious,
Skokie, IL, July 22, 2011 – After three years of planning and construction, Chicago Jewish Funerals opened its new chapel in Skokie. The 15,000 square foot chapel, located at 8851 Skokie Boulevard, Skokie, IL, held its first service on July 19, 2011. “This is a very emotional moment for me,” said David Jacobson, founder of Chicago Jewish Funerals. “In 1997,