Category: Jewish Observance

Passover Yizkor Service and Donor Remembrance

It is customary to recite the Yizkor prayers in memory of those who have passed. This year, Passover’s Yizkopr service will take place on Tuesday, April 30 in our shul at 10:30am. This booklet lists the names of those whose families have contributed in their memories. Additionally, this book lists the names of those permanently…
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Hanukkah Celebration Ideas

Whether you spell it Chanukah, Hannukkah, or Hanukkah, it’s just around the corner! The first candles are lit on December 7. We’re happy to share this resource for celebrating the Hanukkah holiday with you, courtesy of Rabbi Ami Monson, the Chaplain for the Daughters of Sarah Community for Seniors. If you have any questions about…
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The Yom Kippur Book of Remembrance is Now Available

Beginning Sunday night, we’ll observe the Holy day of Yom Kippur. The holiday is observed with the lighting of the Yizkor memorial candle and reciting the Yizkor prayer. Yizkor, in Hebrew, means “Remember.” It is not only the first word of the prayer, but it also represents its overall theme. In this prayer, we implore G‑d…
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Passover: Exodus and Elation – JFS Journal

  Learn more about Passover and how it is observed. The Chaplain at Daughters of Sarah, Rabbi Amiel Monson, created this journal to share for Passover. Rabbi Amiel Monson will be conducting the Seders for our residents and their families. Download the PDF below: JFS Jewish Journal Passover 2024