Throughout Jewish history, being a member of the
Chevra Kadisha has been a great honor. Members of the
Burial Society are selected for their character, integrity and
personal devotion to Jewish Tradition.
These men and women are on call 24 hours a day to
perform a Tahara, and to ensure that the laws and traditions
of Jewish burial are executed properly. Their greatest concern
is for the sensitive care, modesty and dignity of the deceased.
Men care for men, and women care for women;
Jew cares for fellow Jew.
There is no better way to ensure the dignity of
the body than to entrust its preparation to the Chevra Kadisha.