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Book of Remembrance

May the Soul of my beloved be bound up in the bond of life.

How do we complete the symbolic transfer back into life after the death of our loved ones?  Many are the ways: memories; acts of loving kindness; showering our love on the children and grandchildren of the deceased.  Another way to forge the bond back into life is by allowing the names of our deceased to reemerge at the High Holidays in our Book of Remembrance distributed for each of the synagogue memorial services, beginning with Yom Kippur Yizkor and followed by Shemini Atzeret, the Eighth Day of Passover and the Second Day of Shavuot.

We are printing a multi-page booklet and offer you the opportunity to include your loved ones using the form below.  Books will be distributed at Yom Kippur.  If you plan to worship virtually, you may pick one up at the office on Sept 29 or 30 during business hours (9am-5pm on Thursday, until 4pm on Friday)

It is a tradition to make a donation in memory of your loved ones.  A suggested contribution of $36 to the Synagogue would be greatly appreciated and would further honor your loved one’s memory, making it a veritable mitzvah.

If you have any questions, please call Norma Fiedler in the Temple office at 804-355-3564 ext. 1100.

The Deadline has been extended to August 26 at 5pm.

If you are not already logged in, you must log in to your account to see the form.  If the system does not recognize your email address, please email

Once you are logged in, below you will see any names you have previously put in the Book of Remembrance.  Make whatever changes you like or leave as is, then click on "submit."

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Sat, December 2 2023 19 Kislev 5784