Today30th November 2022 – 6 Kislev 5783

Our Chai Czech Scroll

Prayer before reading from our Chai Czech scroll on Shabbat Shuvah

Today on Shabbat Shuvah, we recall the Jewish community of Frydek-Mistek that was destroyed by the Nazis, and in particular, remember the last remnant that was deported between Rosh Ha-Shanah and Yom Kippur in 1942.

As we read from this scroll that was once read by the Jews of Frydek-Mistek, we pledge ourselves to honour their memory by re-dedicating ourselves to the sacred tasks of developing the life of this congregation and contributing to the renewal of the Jewish people.

Kein y’hi ratzon – May this be our will.  And let us say:  Amen.

Rabbi Elli Tikvah Sarah

Prayer for reading from our Chai Czech scroll during the Omer period

As we count the days between Pesach and Shavuot, between spring and the early summer harvest, between Egypt and Sinai, a time of uncertainty and danger throughout our people’s history, we recall the Jewish community of Frydek-Mistek that was destroyed by the Nazis.

As we read from this scroll that was once read by the Jews of Frydek-Mistek, we pledge ourselves to honour their memory by re-dedicating ourselves to the sacred tasks of developing the life of this congregation and contributing to the renewal of the Jewish people.

Kein y’hi ratzon – May this be our will.  And let us say:  Amen.

Rabbi Elli Tikvah Sarah

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