|Request a Prayer|
|Written by Administrator|
|Saturday, 08 August 2009 13:23|
It is Jewish tradition that when someone is ill, we say a "misheberach" for him or her.
Simply put, a Misheberach is a prayer for the sick. Many people believe that physical and spiritual healing progresses faster when someone prays for you. Misheberach's are recited during the torah service, which is typically held on Shabbat and festivals.
For those of you who are unable to make it to a synagogue for torah services, we offer a way to help you express your wishes for good health and a speedy recovery to your friends and relatives.
Please DonatePlease help our small shul with your tax deductible donation to our building fund.
|Date: Feb 8 '14|
|Sponsor: Regga Novak|
|In memory of husband Morris Novak's yahrzeit|
|Use the Kiddush Club Request Form (see menu on far left of screen) to publicize your upcoming simcha or yahrzeit by sponsoring a Shabbat kiddush.|