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Jewish tradition ordains that whenever the Torah is read we are granted a special and uniquely opportune moment to invoke blessing for those in need of divine intervention. From time immemorial it has therefore been the custom to recite a "Mi Sheberach" (prayer for the sick) on behalf of people who are ill.

It is customary to make a charitable contribution when reciting a Misheberach. 

Please remember to inform us of this persons return to good health so we can remove them from our list.

Please daven for a refuah shlema on behalf of:

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Request Shabbos Hospitality

While we try to provide home hospitality for meals over Shabbat, this is done at the discretion and availability of the members. The more notice you provide, the more likely it is that we can find hosts.

For lodging, we recommend the La Quinta Inn, located next door to the shul.

Visit Young Israel Aish for Shabbat

What brings you to town?

What are you requesting? (You may choose multiple choices.)

In Memoriam

If you do not know the Hebrew date, enter the English date and whether the death occurred before or after sunset (if you know this information) and we will provide the Hebrew date.

Time of Day

Please include and/or arrange

It is customary to study Torah in the merit of your loved one, and to make a charitable contribution in order to elevate their neshama (soul) on their yartzeit (anniversary of their passing)