This evening begins Yom HaShoah, the day on which we remember the Six Million Jews murdered in the Holocaust. We will add prayers to our liturgy that recall the atrocities committed against us in those dark times, and in our homes, we will light a memorial candle - real or virtual - whose pale, dim flame serves as testament to the lives lost and families destroyed. This Yom HaShoah, we remember what hatred and evil can do to a people, a religion, a world, when it goes unchecked and unchallenged. We remember a culture and way of life that was destroyed. We remember the men, women and children who suffered and whose lives were taken from them because they were Jewish. We remember what happens when hatred and bigotry rear their terrible heads and go unchecked by the world. We remember, six million times, we remember while we resolve ourselves that their memories will inspire us, teach us and that we will keep their memories for a blessing.

Rabbi David Kalender
Rabbi Evan Ravski
Evening Minyan
Join us tonight for evening minyan at 8:00pm, where we will commemorate Yom HaShoah with a special prayer and words from Rabbi Ravski. If you have a candle - a yellow Yom HaShoah candle, a yahrzeit candle, or any candle - please have it with you to light with us as we remember the six million lives lost in the Holocaust.

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Men's Club Yom HaShoah Yellow Candle Project
Monday-Tuesday, April 20-21.  Although this year's Men's Club Yellow Candle Program has been disrupted by current events, those who did not get their candles physically delivered this year can still take part in a digital Yom HaShoah remembrance.  Click here  to learn more and download a Yellow Candle image so you can "light" your candle on the evening of April 20 and share your digital candle image on April 21 on social media with the hashtag #YellowCandle.

Conservative/Masorti International Reading of Megillat HaShoah
Tuesday, April 21 at 11:00am. Join the Conservative/Masorti Jewish movement for an international reading via Zoom of Megillat Hashoah (The Shoah Scroll), co-published by the Rabbinical Assembly and the Schechter Institute. This international reading of Megillat HaShoah serves as a symbol of Jewish solidarity during the current crisis. Click here to join the Zoom commemoration with Jews from all over the world to remember the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust.