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Yom HaShoah (holocaust memorial day)

Yom HaShoah is the day upon which we remember and mourn the six million Jews who were killed by the Nazis in the Holocaust.

Zikaron Basalon (Hebrew for "memories in the living room") is an initiative to share Holocaust testimonies in a new, meaningful and intimate way as we gather for discussions among family, friends and guests. Please see below. For any questions or comments please contact Uriel Lin, Congregational Shlicha

yom hashoah events

Zikaron BaSalon 
with Rebecca Ravski
Monday, April 17
7:30 PM
On the evening of Monday, April 17 (27 Nisan) our shlicha, Uriel Lin, will lead a Zikaron BaSalon program during which we will hear the story of the family of Rebecca Ravski (Rabbi Berkowitz’s wife) and their survival of the Holocaust. 

On the following day, a Yom HaShoah ceremony will be held for our students in Noar B’Yachad, the Lessans Talmud Torah Upper School. In addition, posters with the stories of our own members who survived the Holocaust will be showcased in the congregation’s lobbies during the days leading up to Yom HaShoah. 

No registration required. This event is in-person at B'nai Israel or available via Zoom:


Meeting ID: 898 8054 7256

Passcode: 395154

Fri, December 1 2023 18 Kislev 5784