A YAHRZEIT MEDITATION
Eternal God, as we honor the memory of our dearly departed loved ones, we recall the trials and joys, happy moments and times of sorrow that we experienced together. These memories form a bond between us that time cannot erase. Grant that the memories evoked by Yahrzeit observance brings us solace in moments of loneliness, and that those memories inspire us to become more closely united with those who remain and face the years to come with courage. As we honor the bond between the living and those who no longer walk the earth, I pray that all their souls may be bound up in the bond of eternal life.
YOM KIPPUR MEMORIAL BOOK INFORMATION
Our Yom Kippur Memorial Booklet includes prayers from the Yizkor liturgy along with listings of dearly departed loved ones to be memorialized. The Yizkor Memorial Service on Yom Kippur will occur during the morning service on September 25th, 2023, Yom Kippur day.
Please review your listing in last year’s memorial book by clicking here, and then fill out the form below. **Make sure to submit your details by clicking the “send” button at the bottom of the form** After you hit send, you will receive verification of your form entry.
All Memorial Book listings must be submitted by September 5th, 2023
We suggest a minimum donation of $7 per name memorialized. Those who wish to give an additional Thanksgiving Offering will also be listed on a separate page of the memorial booklet. Donations can be made via check & mailed to the Shul, or online via Zelle Bank Transfer or PayPal. Visit our donation page HERE to make a donation.
If you need assistance, contact Christina in the office at 570-455-2851 or firstname.lastname@example.org