Kol Nidre, 10/8/19

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It is a custom in Judaism to remember loved ones and other significant individuals/communities who have died. This is done on Yom Kippur at the moving Yiskor service where Rabbi Jan Goldstein will read their names aloud. It is also customary to make a donation to assist the synagogue in remaining vibrant to celebrate and commemorate Jewish life at this time of the year.

We are starting a NEW YIZKOR LIST this year. Names will not be carried over. Please submit any names of loved ones, family or friends, whose names you would like remembered and read at the Yizkor service on Yom Kippur Day.

Help us perform the mitzvah of welcoming those who can not afford the full amount for tickets to join us.
Please consider contributing a little bit more to A Place Called Home to support their important purpose and service to the youth of Los Angeles

Individual

It is a custom in Judaism to remember loved ones and other significant individuals/communities who have died. This is done on Yom Kippur at the moving Yiskor service where Rabbi Jan Goldstein will read their names aloud. It is also customary to make a donation to assist the synagogue in remaining vibrant to celebrate and commemorate Jewish life at this time of the year.

We are starting a NEW YIZKOR LIST this year. Names will not be carried over. Please submit any names of loved ones, family or friends, whose names you would like remembered and read at the Yizkor service on Yom Kippur Day.

Help us perform the mitzvah of welcoming those who can not afford the full amount for tickets to join us.
Please consider contributing a little bit more to A Place Called Home to support their important purpose and service to the youth of Los Angeles

Billing

It is a custom in Judaism to remember loved ones and other significant individuals/communities who have died. This is done on Yom Kippur at the moving Yiskor service where Rabbi Jan Goldstein will read their names aloud. It is also customary to make a donation to assist the synagogue in remaining vibrant to celebrate and commemorate Jewish life at this time of the year.

We are starting a NEW YIZKOR LIST this year. Names will not be carried over. Please submit any names of loved ones, family or friends, whose names you would like remembered and read at the Yizkor service on Yom Kippur Day.

Help us perform the mitzvah of welcoming those who can not afford the full amount for tickets to join us.
Please consider contributing a little bit more to A Place Called Home to support their important purpose and service to the youth of Los Angeles