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One of the most widely observed Jewish rituals is the lighting of a candle and saying the Mourner’s Kaddish on the yahrzeit of a loved one.  Though the literal translation of the Yiddish word yahrzeit means “time of year,” it is understood to refer to the anniversary on the Hebrew calendar of an individual’s death.

At our weekly  services  the yahrzeit list for that week is read. The list includes names of people whose yahrzeit falls from that Saturday through the following Friday.

Click here to purchase a plaque in memory of a loved one.

This Week's Yahrzeits include:


November 25  |  9 Kislev


November 26  |  10 Kislev


November 27  |  11 Kislev


November 28   |  12 Kislev

Louis H. Friedman

Sarah Malin

Irving Simmons

Anna W. Solomon

Simon Yaguda

Henrietta Yavner


Sarah Buchman

Jacob J. Ginsburg

Rudolph Greenstein

Abraham Harris

N. David Lobel

Rebecca Speigel

Bernhard Susser

Abraham Geffner

Kenneth Marc Tarler

Meyer Leib Tilman


Isaac Heckelman

Ralph Rosen

Benjamin Sheber

Robert H. Themper


November 29 |  13 Kislev


November 30 |  14 Kislev


December 1 |  15 Kislev


December 2 |  16 Kislev


Minnie Balshan

Ruth Brownstein

Rose Siegel

Sophie Silberman


Morris Bernstein

Esther A. Fischer

Irving Hausler

Morris H. Kornit

Ann Susser Selecoff

Abba Smuckler

Harry Wolberg

Beverly Anusewitz

Lillian Ginsburg

Jack Goldin

Simon Sanders

Benjamin Silberman

Gertrude Werlin

Hyman Abrams

Boris Binyashvili

Leo Maskin

Bertha Silverman

Evelyn Smuckler





Tue, December 1 2020 15 Kislev 5781