Every religion has some kind of prayer that is said at a funeral and as mourning. In Judaism, that prayer is the Kaddish. As part of your morning, you may want to have the Kaddish recited on various anniversaries of your loved one's death. You might not be able to do it yourself, or you might want to have them said in addition to the prayers that you can recite on your own. There are ways that you can handle having the prayers said. One of them is to hire a service to say the prayers for you. There are a lot of benefits to doing it this way.
One benefit to doing this is that you are going to be able to set up an annual arrangement with the service. You can arrange to have the prayers said on a particular date every year, and the service will make sure that happens on whatever date you want for it to happen. That could be on the anniversary of their death or their birthday, or whatever other special day you choose. The nice thing about doing this is that you are going to be able to relax about that one detail in all your stress surrounding your loved one's passing.
Another benefit to doing this is that you can arrange with a service to have the prayer said for other people. For example, if you have a dear friend who lost a loved one and you want to do something special for them, you can arrange with a Kaddish recitation service to say the Kaddish for them, and then send the information over to your friend. You don't even have to be Jewish to do this. It would definitely be a nice gesture and one that could be very touching and very helpful in the healing process. You can work with the service to have the Kaddish recited every day for the first year after death, or just on the significant dates. The service can say the prayers wherever they are, and that might even be in places in Israel, which could make it even more important to your friend.
The Kaddish is a prayer that is recited after the death of someone in the Jewish faith. You can say them yourself, or you can arrange to have someone say them for you on particular dates in remembrance.Share