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Chevrah Kadisha in Various Communities

Jewish Ritual Reality and Response at the End of Life Mark A. Popovsky for the Duke Institute on Care at the End of Life – May 2007

Renewal synagogue in Berkeley embraces life-affirming burial ritual

Berkeley – Chochmat HaLev – Dec 2011
Hevra Kadisha Guide Congregation Or Zarua
A Reform Temple Trains for the Mitzva of Burying the Dead New Jersey Jewish News – 2003
Guide to the Hevra Kadisha Conservative Movement – 1998
Hevra Kadisha: The Final Mitzvah Rabbi Mel Glazer talks about his experience with the Hevra Kadisha and the Conservative Movement
How To Form A New Chevra Kadisha Rebutting objections to forming or joining a burial society–and practical steps on how to do so – By Rabbi Abner Weiss
We Do The Best We Can – Jewish Burial Societies in Small Communities in North America – Part 1 and Part 2 16 Interviews with Chevra Kadisha Members by Lynn Greenhough
The London, Ontario Hevra Kaddisha A Critical Reflection on the Nature of the Experience To Those Who Perform It – by Rabbi Mel Glazer
Hevra Kadisha in the State of Israel 122 listings with contact information
Hevra Kadisha [Burial Society] of the Jerusalem Community v. Lionel Aryeh Kastenbaum Can non-Hebrew be inscribed on a tombstone in the Hevra Kadisha’s cemetery?
Burial Societies of Moroccan Jews and the Fes Jewish Cemetery Marc Eliany
Images from a Bygone Ghetto-Life in Moravia Ignaz Briess – 1838-1848