Yom HaShoah—Holocaust Memorial Day Observances:
Both evenings are Free events open to the entire community.
On Friday night, May 6 at 7:30 pm, Temple Beth David of the South Shore, 1060 Randolph Street, Canton, will have a special evening of remembrance. Regular Shabbat Services will be abbreviated and there will be a staged reading of Elie Wiesel’s Ani Ma’amin—I Believe. This work of his is a powerful conversation, about the Holocaust, between Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and God.
For More Information for Temple Beth David, please contact Claire Marshall (email@example.com).
Also, All are welcome to a Community-Wide service on Wednesday evening, May 4 at 7 p.m. at Temple Israel, 125 Pond Street, Sharon. Yom HaShoah v’HaG’vurah ~ The Day of Remembering the Holocaust and the Bravery. This special service will include Candle-lighting, Reading of Names, Testimonies from survivors. Sponsored by: Ahavath Torah Congregation, Temple Beth Abraham of Canton, Temple Beth David of the South Shore, Temple Beth Emunah of Brockton, Temple Chayai Shalom, Temple Israel, Temple Kol Tikvah, Temple Shaare Tefilah, and Temple Sinai.
For More Information for Temple Israel, please contact Dina Rosenbaum (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Everyone attending is encouraged to bring new and used postage stamps to the service to support the “Holocaust Stamps Project”, currently underway at the Foxborough Regional Charter School. The goal of the stamps project is, “…to honor (as) many victims, one stamp at a time.”+ More... - Less...
1060 Randolph St
Canton, MA 02021