We think of our loved ones whom death has recently taken from us, those who died at this season in years past, and those whom we have drawn into our hearts with our own… May their memories be for a blessing. — Mishkan T'filah, a Reform Siddur
Those presently in our thoughts include:
Sybil Green, mother of Priscilla Green,
and grandmother of Jordan and Alana Meyers
Frederick T. Stein, father of Cathryn Stein and father-in-law of David Seldin
A Yahrzeit is the anniversary of a loved one’s passing. In Judaism it is customary to light a candle or make a donation on that day. We all stand and pray together as we remember your loved one on this day.
Please use our search function below to find a specific yahrzeit , which occurs in the next 60 days. You can search by first or last name. First set the pop-up option underneath the word, “Search:” below left to, “Name”, enter the person’s first or last name in the empty search field, and then press the, “Search” button. If you do not see your loved one’s name please contact the office at (617) 277-6610.
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