Yizkor Memorial Book

Include your loved one in our community redesigned Yizkor booklet

  • On Yom Kippur the Yizkor Memorial  service is recited . The age-old custom of remembering the souls of the departed and contributing to charity in their memory is embedded in the fundamental Jewish belief in the everlastingness of the soul. When we give charity, do good deeds, or say a prayer this indeed can achieve spiritual elevations, and reopen the book of deeds to bring merit and elevation to your loved ones. When done in their honor, God treats our prayer and our charity as if the deceased gave it. Even if you do not plan on attending the service on Yom Kippur you can still give charity in the merit of your loved ones. 

  • This year we will be updating and printing new Yizkor books to be used in Shul throughout the holidays.

    Please consider participating by adding dedications in memmory of loved ones. 

  • Below is the suggested donation per name to be included in the Yahrtzeit book.

    No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Feel free to write in an amount you are comfortable with in the "other" tab, and include the names of your loved ones below. 

    If you would like us to include all the names of your loved one we have in our data base, please write that in the name field below, and we can send you an invoice for that amount of submissions.

    If you have any questions, please email [email protected]

  • Names of Loved ones for dedications

    Please include the name of your loved one, their fathers name and relationship to you.
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    Chabad of Monroeville
    2715 Mosside. Blvd.
    Monroeville, PA 15146
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