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The Roll of Remembrance 

2022 - 5783

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


May Their Memory Be a Blessing

The Roll of Remembrance is your opportunity to commemorate the loved ones you have lost and wish to memorialize. 

The Roll of Remembrance will be updated and displayed four times a year for the four times we recite Yizkor.

Please Note:  Your entry from last year does not automatically carry over into the new Roll.  You must re-enroll your loved one into the new Roll for this year.

2021/22 Roll Viewing Schedule

  • Yom Kippur - October 5 
    Viewing will be In-person at Orensanz and on Zoom. High Holidays Information
  • Simchat Torah/Shemini Atzeret  (Date TBA)
  • Passover  (Date TBA) 
  • Shavuot  (Date TBA)

You may add your loved ones at any time during the year, but to be included in the viewing for a particular holiday you must submit the form by the submission deadline which is one week before the viewing.  

NOTE:  You may use the same memorial message(s) and picture(s) as last year.

Each year on Yom Kippur, we will start a new Roll of Remembrance for the new year. 

Display a photo of your loved one.

You have the option of submitting a picture of your loved one as well as a personal message for inclusion in the online Roll of Remembrance.

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.)

The Goldstein Family,

In memory of their brother Ben

The world has never been the same since you left it, Ben. You are more special than we can ever say. We will remember you always. You are always our loving father, grandfather, husband, brother. (192 chars.)


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 listing in the Roll of Remembrance.
Multiple enrollees will appear in the same listing.

Memorial Information
Please enter this info exactly as you wish it to appear in the Roll.  
Your  Name(s)
Name(s) of Person(s) being Memorialized
You may use the same memorial message(s) and picture(s) as last year by checking the box below. 
If you check the box, please skip the message and picture entry section.

Memorial Message (Optional)
Please limit to approx. 180 characters. 
Remember, the longer the message, the smaller the font will be. 

Are you submitting a picture?
Limit of 2 photos per submission.

Please put your name and the name(s) of the person(s) being memorialized in the picture filename.
You can upload a maximum of 2 files.

The optional suggested donation is $18 per person being memorialized.

Give until it feels good!

Fine Print: By submitting this form, you give the Shul of New York permission to publicly display any memorial information and any photograph(s) submitted on this form as part of Shul Services and on the Shul website. The Shul reserves the right to edit content for length and appropriateness.

If you are making a donation, your enrollment is not complete until after payment is made on the checkout page.


Mon, September 26 2022 1 Tishrei 5783