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Misheberach Request

One of the central Jewish prayers for those who are ill or recovering from illness or accidents is the Misheberach. The prayer takes its name from the first two words: “mi" and "sheberach” meaning, “the One who blessed.” It asks that the One who blessed our ancestors brings about a complete healing for the person for whom the blessing is said.

Traditionally, the Misheberach is recited in synagogue when the Torah is read. The Ritual Committee will see that this blessing is said for your relative or friend.   Please provide us with the information requested below so that we can honor your request.

We will keep the person's name active on our list for a period of three months. At that time, you may resubmit your request if you wish us to continue saying the blessing. In addition, please notify us if the name may be removed from the list by emailing the synagogue at [email protected].

 

Please note, where the Hebrew names are not known the English ones will suffice. Where the mother's name is not known but the father's name is available, it should be provided.
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