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Yiskor Elohim (Memorial)
The Yiskor service asks God to remember those we mourn and to grant them proper rest. The word Yiskor is Hebrew
for "remember." For many, the service represents a kind of pact; by remembering our parents, we ensure that we will,
in turn, be remembered by those who follow us. Some believe that reciting Yiskor can help promote a peaceful rest for
that departed soul. Also, we remember loved ones by the acts of loving-kindness we perform in this world.
In keeping with Temple Micah's tradition, we invite you to list below the names of people you wish to have
memorialized. Since we read the names, we encourage you to attend the Yiskor service to personally memorialize
your loved ones. Please include your telephone # in case we need to verify spelling or pronunciation.
PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE THE NAMES YOU WISH TO HAVE MEMORIALIZED
(if a name is difficult to pronounce, please write it phonetically to assist the Rabbi )
Name: ___________________________________________ Relation to you:______________________
Name: ___________________________________________ Relation to you:______________________
Name: ___________________________________________ Relation to you:______________________
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Your Name___________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Street
City
State
Zip
Telephone ____________________________________
We ask that Members please submit names of only immediate family (maximum of six names); and we ask
Non-Members to make a small contribution of $18 for each name to be read. Please mail this completed form
and the Membership Form as soon as possible to Temple Micah; PO Box 6355; Lawrenceville, NJ 08648. For your
names to be included, this form must reach us no later than the end of the ROSH HASHANA Morning Service.
Yiskor Elohim (Memorial)
The Yiskor service asks God to remember those we mourn and to grant them proper rest. The word Yiskor is Hebrew
for "remember." For many, the service represents a kind of pact; by remembering our parents, we ensure that we will,
in turn, be remembered by those who follow us. Some believe that reciting Yiskor can help promote a peaceful rest for
that departed soul. Also, we remember loved ones by the acts of loving-kindness we perform in this world.
In keeping with Temple Micah's tradition, we invite you to list below the names of people you wish to have
memorialized. Since we read the names, we encourage you to attend the Yiskor service to personally memorialize
your loved ones. Please include your telephone # in case we need to verify spelling or pronunciation.
PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE THE NAMES YOU WISH TO HAVE MEMORIALIZED
(if a name is difficult to pronounce, please write it phonetically to assist the Rabbi )
Name: ___________________________________________ Relation to you:______________________
Name: ___________________________________________ Relation to you:______________________
Name: ___________________________________________ Relation to you:______________________
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Your Name___________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Street
City
State
Zip
Telephone ____________________________________
We ask that Members please submit names of only immediate family (maximum of six names); and we ask
Non-Members to make a small contribution of $18 for each name to be read. Please mail this completed form
and the Membership Form as soon as possible to Temple Micah; PO Box 6355; Lawrenceville, NJ 08648. For your
names to be included, this form must reach us no later than the end of the ROSH HASHANA Morning Service.