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Yom Kippur Yizkor 2023

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September, 2023
Yom Kippur Yizkor

 

Yom Kippur includes the solemn prayer of YIZKOR,
invoking the memories of our loved ones who have passed away.
Mother, father, spouse, brother, sister, child whom we lost.
Their memories, which we cherish, will be linked in our prayers with our
pledge to Tzedakah.

This year our lobby has been upgraded with a majestic new chandelier, beautiful wallpaper and a new paint job. As you can imagine any upgrade is very expensive.  We are not done yet.  We must continue to finish beautifying our Mokom Tfilah.  Our seats need refurbishing and our carpets need to be changed and the front of the sanctuary needs an upgrade.   

We all know the power of Tzedakah and the blessing it brings to us, our families as well as our departed loved ones.   We all need every blessing we can get. We ask the members of our congregation when praying the Yizkor service this year, to ask your departed loved ones to pray on your behalf for health and protection.  

We can all return that kindness to our departed loved ones by giving Tzedakah in their memory to our Mokom Tfilah, our place of prayer, our beloved Flatbush Park Jewish Center.
We urge you to heed our call and send in your generous YIZKOR donation.

If you made a KOL NIDREI and or YIZKOR pledge on Yom Kippur, you, thereby took the significant first step on the Tzedaka road for the New Year.

If you have already redeemed that pledge, we thank you sincerely. You were of great and immediate help to your Jewish Center.

If you have not yet redeemed your sacred pledge, won’t you do so now?



We thank you in advance for your kind Mitzvah.

Sincerely,

Rabbi Yisroel Perelson

 


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