Photo Credit:
Ainsley Henriques

This past January, with fifty people in attendance, Henriques held a dedication ceremony where prayers and Kaddish were recited. “It’s a real tear-jerker when you realize that this is possibly the first time in a hundred years that someone is reciting Kaddish for the deceased,” he says. They will now have dignified slumber.


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Rhona Lewis made aliyah more than 20 years ago from Kenya and is now living in Beit Shemesh. A writer and journalist who contributes frequently to The Jewish Press’s Olam Yehudi magazine, she divides her time between her family and her work.