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New Year's Greetings & Kippur Memorial Offerings

Share your New Year's greetings in our Special 5781 High Holiday booklet!

This year, we may not be able to greet each other in person, but we are seizing the opportunity to connect from afar with a beautiful printed booklet of your messages and well-wishes for our community.

You can contribute a listing with your name(s) or you may select a quarter page/half page/full page, etc. to include more space for greetings, messages, quotations, poetry or any communal encouragement you wish to offer during these turbulent times. Submit your New Year's greetings here.  

 

Since our Kippur services will be abbreviated, and we cannot have worshippers make offerings in front of the Hehal during services, this booklet will also include a section for remembering loved ones with a memorial listing. Submit your offerings here. 

Additionally, Rev. Z. Edinger will be conducting a virtual Hashcaba service prior to Kippur (exact date and time to be announced).  He will include the names of your loved ones in that service as well.

We hope that you will take part in this wonderful way to share New Year's wishes and to memorialize loved ones.  We thank you in advance for supporting our Synagogue during these unusual times. 

The 'Pineapple' Rimonim

These bells adorned a Torah scroll at the consecration ceremony of the First Mill Street Synagogue in 1730.

1730
Uriah Phillips Levy

Uriah Phillips Levy, the first Jew to be promoted to Commodore in the United States Navy.

1850