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The Roll of Remembrance 

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As long as we live, they too will live;
 for they are now a part of us, as we remember them.


For Yom Kippur, the Shul is offering you the opportunity to include the names of loved ones for whom you are in mourning, or as a memorial, in the Yom Kippur Roll of Remembrance. It is a lovely way to honor a loved one and to share your feelings with the Shul community. 

In addition to listing your name and the name of those being remembered, we encourage you to share a brief message of remembrance (up to 180 characters). You may use the message to honor, describe, share a quote, or express your thoughts and feelings. 

Examples (character counts are shown to illustrate length):


Sarah & Abe Wolf,

In memory of his father Hiram Wolf

Beloved father and grandfather. A role model for his children. A loving and supportive husband to his wife. May you rest in peace. (129 chars.)

Rachel Ruben,

In memory of her husband Morris

To everything, there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven. We love you and miss you every day. (111 chars.)

The Goldstein Family,

In memory of their brother Ben

The world has never been the same since you left it, Ben. We will remember you always. You are always our loving father, grandfather, husband, brother. (151 chars.)


The Roll of Remembrance will be shared with everyone during the Yizkor service and the Circle of Memories on Yom Kippur. 

The suggested donation for inclusion in the Roll of Remembrance is

$18 per memorialized name. 

This is an optional donation. Inclusion in the Roll of Remembrance is available to all. 


Roll of Remembrance Enrollment Form

Please use one form for each entry in the Roll of Remembrance.

Enrollment closes on Sunday, September 20th, 2020.



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