Jewish funerals


Our funeral directors know that a funeral service for a Jewish person should take place as soon as possible after a death, either the same day, or the next day and only under certain circumstances should the funeral service be delayed.

Our funeral homes have contacts with local Rabbis and Synagogues, which can be used to hold the funeral service, as well as with appropriate local cemeteries where the Kavod Ha-Met can be held. Our funeral directors can also help to organise a Nichum Aveilim event during the period of Shiva.


Goodbyes are different in every religion and culture

Contact your local Simplicity Funerals team to discuss how we can help you plan a service on your terms and within your means.