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Taking the Pressure Off: End-of-Life Financial Planning

Taking the Pressure Off: End-of-Life Financial Planning

Budgeting and planning for your final arrangements and funeral service are probably the last thing you want to think about. They’re also the last major decisions of your life story….and there is no need to fear preparing for what is just part of the circle of life. Here at the Beth El Mausoleum in

Leaning on One Another: Grief Support Groups

Leaning on One Another: Grief Support Groups

  Every heart beats with love for those who mean the most to us. That is why when we lose that loved one, the pain is indescribable. Coping with that pain is not the same for every person, as every loss is unique in its own way.  Here at the Beth El Mausoleum in Boca Raton, Florida we have met

Writing a Memorable Eulogy

Writing a Memorable Eulogy

Recently we talked about how to have a meaningful Jewish funeral, offering tips from both the Beth El Mausoleum Director, Mike Sirowitz and Temple Beth El of Boca Raton’s Senior Rabbi Dan Levin. To continue with that topic, we are going to delve into one of the most important components of the

Thoughtful Tips for a Meaningful Jewish Funeral Service During the Time of Covid

Thoughtful Tips for a Meaningful Jewish Funeral Service During the Time of Covid

When we lose a loved one, we are often at a loss for words and for what to do next. This is such a difficult period for the family planning a Jewish funeral service or memorial service, whether in-person or virtual; as well as for all mourners attending. During this most painful time, you may be

Location, Location, Location

Location, Location, Location

The Beth El Mausoleum  is a tranquil and beautiful place to visit and remember loved ones. As the only mausoleum in the United States to be built on sacred temple grounds, the convenient location of the Beth El Mausoleum in Boca Raton, Florida is only steps away from Temple Beth El of Boca Raton. 

Planning for the Next Chapter

Planning for the Next Chapter

If we think about it, our lives are like a good book. There is a specific beginning and there will be a specific ending.  Each phase from birth to death represents a chapter. Throughout our lives as we experience the current chapter, all of us have hopes and dreams and many of us make plans for

A Season to Remember Your Loved Ones

A Season to Remember Your Loved Ones

This is the time of year thoughts of those we have lost come to mind, and cherished memories flood back to the times we shared celebrating the High Holy Days together. It is a time to reflect on belonging and connection to our faith. Temple Beth El Rabbi Dan Levin tells us: "The High Holy

A Place of Belonging

A Place of Belonging

The tranquil  Beth El Mausoleum is the only mausoleum in the United States to be built on sacred temple grounds. Walking around our property, surrounded by mature trees, glorious water features and pristine landscape, you are also only steps away from Temple Beth El of Boca Raton.  As part of the

The Greatest Gift

The Greatest Gift

Here at the Beth El Mausoleum, we help families make difficult decisions every day. We understand that it’s the one topic we all have in common, but for many people,  it’s not one they like to talk or even think about. Whether for at-need or pre-need, with the utmost compassion, our Mausoleum

Embracing Zoom to Serve the Jewish Community

Embracing Zoom to Serve the Jewish Community

Here at the Beth El Mausoleum and in many places around the world, never in our lifetime could we ever have imagined interacting with families who are at-need or want pre-need arrangements via Zoom video conferencing. However, since the Covid-19 pandemic began, everything has changed, and our top