Jewish Funeral Traditions
The Process of a Jewish Funeral
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We pride ourselves on the functionality and appearance of our Jewish funeral home facilities in NYC. We are constantly updating and improving our premises and equipment to keep our facility within the highest of professional standards.
Whether it is our Chapel or family rooms the flexibility of our layout allows us to accommodate a broad range of services. Our Jewish funeral home facilities can support everything from very large assemblies to the smallest of quaint gatherings.
Simply choose from the menu on the left to learn more about the individual features of our facilities, and the reason why Sherman's Flatbush Memorial Chapel Inc. is known as a leader in the Jewish funeral home profession.
The funeral is an important opportunity to pay tribute to someone you loved. It is a time for relatives and friends to gather tell stories, to share memories, to acknowledge your loss and support one another. We are open-minded in providing a more personal arrangement to suit your needs and reflect the life of your loved one.
We've worked hard to make the surroundings as comforting as possible, for you during this difficult time.
This chapel situated on the main floor seats over 325 people. There are two large stained glass windows in the front where the casket will rest on the left side and the Rabbi will speak on the right. When exiting you will go through our garden to the street.
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Our Star of David Chapel located on the second floor was built in 1929 when we opened this location. There is seating for over 175 people and the pews are made of solid walnut. This chapel has an old world charm to it. We also have an elevator to transport you from the main floor.