Jewish Unveiling Ceremonies in Wayne, NJ, NY, CT

Leaving a memorial or an object at the site of the burial dates back to biblical times. We read in the Torah that Jacob left a stone for Rachel, his wife.

Unveiling Ceremonies are not funerals

Jewish Unveiling Ceremonies in NJ, NY, CT are less formal than funerals. Typically I have pre-printed services to pass out and ask others to join in on sharing stories, if they wish to do so. The ceremony also includes the placing of small stone on the headstone or marker by those present.

This is an ancient practice signifying that people have visited the grave.

If you are planning for a Jewish Unveiling Ceremony in NJ  and the greater Tri-State for your loved one who has passed, please contact me to discuss how I may be able to assist you. Thank you!

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