For over 1,800 years, we have honored our departed parents
by saying the Kaddish prayer.
Kaddish is a Mitzvah, a true act of kindness, and one
of the basic cornerstones of Jewish life. It has the
power to lift the soul from one spiritual world to the
next, ever higher, every year.
Many people wish to say Kaddish for their loved ones,
but for various reasons, find it difficult or even impossible.
We are one people with one soul. Hence, Torah law teaches
that when needed, one Jew can say Kaddish on behalf
of any another.
FREE Kaddish Service is a service that arranges Kaddish
to be said, according to tradition, on behalf of whomever
What is Kaddish?
Kaddish is commonly referred to as the "Mourner's
Prayer" as it is recited for the deceased.
See the complete text of the Kaddish
Prayer, along with the English
and Russian translation and transliteration.
See Russian Translation
and Transliteration of
the Kaddish Prayer