Wednesday, April 15 @ 7:30PM
As we’re coming to the end of Pesach, the Holiday of Liberation, it is a custom to perform a service known as Yizkor, which means “He/It will be remembered”. This service, performed 4 times a year, is short but powerful– we honor those we’ve lost by lighting a memorial candle (known as a Yahrtzeit candle, but any candle will do), and in poem, prayer, memory sharing, and quiet contemplation. Traditionally reserved for the loss of a parent, sibling, partner, or child, this year we will be additionally honoring the loss that our human family has lost to COVID-19 and its aftermath.
YIZKOR will be held tomorrow night, Wednesday April 15th @7:30pm. The invitation, including call-in numbers, are below. Please try to have a candle available, but do not endanger yourself to get one– Nicole and I will have plenty here to represent anyone who would like. Please also note that our regularly scheduled Talmud class will still take place tomorrow, 4/15 from 5:30-7pm.
YIZKOR ZOOM LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86775189937
Meeting ID: 867 7518 9937
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