Book of Remembrance for Yizkor

*Click here to use the form to add loved ones to the Book of Remembrance and pay
(you can choose to include the same list as last year and pay)

During the High Holidays, it is an honored tradition at Adat Shalom to recall our beloved relatives and friends who are no longer with us. Our annual Book of Remembrance is a meaningful way for you to keep the memories of those you love alive through the spirit of tzedakah. This book is used during the Yizkor service on Yom Kippur, Shemini Atzeret, Passover, and Shavuot, as well as for meditation and prayer in your home.

This year, our newly designed Book of Remembrance will contain inspirational poems, psalms, words of comfort, and the complete memorial service prayers. In addition, a listing will be included of all the departed souls who have Adat Shalom memorial plaques, as well as the names of those you wish to remember. Should changes in the High Holiday services become necessary, the Book of Remembrance will be available online and printed for use throughout the year.

An entry in the Book of Remembrance may read as follows:

In Memory of:
Anna Cohen
Jacob Cohen
David Levy
Rose Levy

Remembered by:
Sarah & Sam Cohen

To honor our past and help secure our future generations, we are asking for a minimum donation of $20.00 for each name listed.  We urge you to submit your information no later than July 31, 2020, to ensure that your loved ones’ names are included in the Book of Remembrance.

You may submit your information by filling out the form below and paying online through our secure website.

Best wishes for a happy and healthy summer,

Rabbi Aaron Bergman
Rabbi Rachel Shere
Hazzan Daniel Gross
Herbert Yoskowitz, Rabbi Emeritus
Joan Chernoff Epstein, President

Book of Remembrance Form

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*Submission is not complete without payment.

To pay by check, please print the form and mail to
Adat Shalom Synagogue
29901 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

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