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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.

Honor your loved one’s memory by purchasing a Yahrzeit plaque. Yahrtzeit plaques are displayed on Memorial Boards in our Small Sanctuary (Beit Midrash).  To purchase a Yahrtzeit plaque, please click here  to fill out our on-line form.

This Week's Yahrzeits include:


November 24|30 Cheshvan


November 25|1 Kislev


November 26|2 Kislev


November 27|3 Kislev

Louis Sax

Janet Singer

Ruth Berkun

Joseph Harris

Erwin Horner

Hyman J.  Rosen

Morris Weinstein

Robin Beth  Abrahams

Freya Chernin

Dorothy Drooz

Harvey  Forsted

Nathan Geschwind

Rose Friedman  Menchel

Irving  Schwartz

Nathan  Stoll

Bernard  Tauber

Roslyn Fleser

Hon. Samuel  Jacobs

Joseph Karp

Shirley Nachamkin

Sandra Cohen Patack

Fred K. Schaffer


November 28|4 Kislev


November 29|5 Kislev


November 30|6 Kislev


December 1|7 Kislev

Blanche  Abrams

Barney Atkin

Theodore Ainspan

Jacob I.  Levine

Mitchell G.  Lewis

Sadie Schoendorf

Rose Witonsky

Robert King

Jay Olshein

Barnet Wachs

Anna  Feder

Sadie Garten

Rabbi Wilmos Kronowitt

Nathan Rubin

Herman Jackson  Waldman

Issac Berger

Michael Pearl

Irving Rosen





Sat, November 26 2022 2 Kislev 5783