Yitzkor Memorial Service
Time & Location
About The Event
YES NO JUST ON YOM KIPPUR! =)
Yizkor means… [“may (God) remember,”] from the root word zakhor–remember. It is the memorial service, recited four times a year in the synagogue–after the Torah reading on Yom Kippur day, Shemini Atzeret (the holiday adjacent to the end of Sukkot), the eighth day of Passover, and the second day of Shavuot [in Israel, on the combined Simchat Torah/Shemini Atzeret, the seventh day of Passover, and on the only day of Shavuot].
WE WILL BE READING PROVIDED NAMES AT 11:30AM ON MONDAY MAY 21ST. CLICK HERE TO ADD A NAME