Honoring those who came before us is our way to cherish their legacy and wisdom. Keeping traditions alive connects us to our roots and helps shape who we are, influencing the path our future generations will follow. It’s a heartfelt way to preserve the essence of our Jewish identity and history.
We follow a deeply poignant and enduring aspect of the Reform Jewish tradition. The practice of the whole community standing to recite Kaddish not only commemorates the departed but also ensures that those who might not have someone to say it for them are remembered within the collective heart of the community. It’s a beautiful way to honor and include every individual, ensuring their memory remains cherished and alive within the bonds of community and compassion.