Kaddish is the traditional mourner's prayer, evoking our deepest faith and hope. It is considered a merit for the deceased to have these words expressed publicly.
If you are unable to say Kaddish three times daily with a minyan, we can provide you with the peace of mind, by having Kaddish said by a dedicated young Torah scholar at the holiest place in the Jewish world: directly facing the Western Wall.
Eternal Kaddish Service $540.00 tax-deductible donation
- During the first year, Aish HaTorah will recite Kaddish 3 times a day until the first yahrzeit.
- On the first yahrzeit (and all subsequent years), Kaddish will be recited, Mishnayot will be learned, and a yahrzeit candle will be lit.
- A yahrzeit reminder letter will be sent annually to those specified on the Kaddish Request Form..
[Mishnayot forms the basis of the Talmud. The word Mishnah is comprised of the same letters as Neshama -- soul. Tradition teaches that study of Mishnayot on the Yahrtzeit brings great merit to the deceased, connecting the soul to the foundations of Jewish history, and strengthening the eternal spiritual bond with God.]
In appreciation for your generosity, please accept our gift of "Remember My Soul: A Path of Reflection, Inspiration and Personal Growth" by Lori Palatnik. This book provides the comforting voice of wisdom at life's most painful moment, offering everything you need to know about mourning and coping with loss in Jewish tradition. Included is a 30-day guided exercise that both comforts the mourner, and according to Jewish mystical tradition, provides spiritual elevation for the soul of the departed.
Yahrzeit Service (after the first year) $360.00 tax-deductible donation
- On each yahrzeit, Kaddish will be recited three times.
- Mishnayot will be learned.
- A yahrzeit candle will be lit.
- A yahrzeit reminder letter will be sent to those specified on the Kaddish Request Form.
Memorial Plaque $5400.00 tax-deductible donation
Honor the memory of your loved one with a memorial plaque in the Aish World Center in Jerusalem. Your memorial plaque will be mounted near the Hochstein Gate, directly across from the Western Wall plaza where nearly 10,000 visitors a month connect to Jerusalem and to their Jewish heritage. Let your dedication be a merit for the eternal soul of your loved one.
As soon as we receive the name of the departed, we will start Kaddish. Upon receipt of payment, the name will be instituted in our records.