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yahrtzeitThe Yahrtzeit is observed annually on the Jewish date of death. When death occurs after sunset, it is the following day that is used to calculate the Yahrtzeit. When three or more days have elapsed from the day of death until the interment, the first Yahrzeit is observed on the anniversary of the interment. On all subsequent years it is observed on the anniversary of the death. The Yahrtzeit begins at sunset on the preceeeding day and is concluded at sunset of the day of death. During the observance of the Yahrtzeit, a memorial Yahrtzeit candle is kept burning and the Mourner's Kaddish is recited during services in the Synagogue.

Congregation Beth Abraham has a Yahrtzeit databse that can provide you with an e-mail reminder of upcoming yahrtzeits. This service is available to members and non-members but requires that you have a password to access the website.

Yahrzeit reminders will be sent seven days before the Yahrtzeit to the e-mail address you provide when you register to use the database. If you have questions, find incorrect information in the database or would like to add information, please let us know.

Yahrtzeit Calculator

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05-CHEVRA-KADISHAThe Yahrtzeit is observed annually on the Jewish date of death. When death occurs after sunset, it is the following day that is used to calculate the Yahrtzeit. When three or more days have elapsed from the day of death until the interment, the first Yahrzeit is observed on the anniversary of the interment. On all subsequent years it is observed on the anniversary of the death. The Yahrtzeit begins at sunset on the preceeeding day and is concluded at sunset of the day of death. During the observance of the Yahrtzeit, a memorial Yahrtzeit candle is kept burning and the Mourner's Kaddish is recited during services in the Synagogue.

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Yizkor Dates

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A Yahrtzeit candle is lit at sundown
on the following days:

  • The anniversary of passing.
  • The first night of Yom Kippur
  • The night of Shemini Atzeret (the 8th night of Sukkot)
  • The second night of Shavuot
  • The last night of Passover

 

 

Year

22
Nissan

7
Sivan

10
Tishrei

22
Tishrei

8th Day
of
Passover

2nd Day
of
Shavuot

Yom
Kippur

8th Day
of
Sukkot

2019

Apr. 27

June 10

Oct. 9

Oct. 21

2020

Apr. 16

May 30

Sept. 28

Oct. 10

2021

Apr. 4

May 18

Sept. 16

Sept. 28

2022

Apr. 23

June 6

Oct. 5

Oct. 17

2023

Apr. 13

May 27

Sept. 25

Oct. 7

2024

Apr. 30

June 13

Oct. 12

Oct. 24

2025

Apr. 20

June 3

Oct. 2

Oct. 14

 

This Month's Yahrtzeits

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December

Molly SchneiderDecember 05
Jacob L. FlashDecember 06
Max StriarDecember 08
Albert KayeDecember 09
Minnie GoldDecember 09
Eli StriarDecember 10
Rose SondonDecember 10
Sam PriceDecember 10
William StriarDecember 13
Anne Striar LavoottDecember 14
Jennie StriarDecember 15
Hyman CoopersteinDecember 15
Edward L. AllenDecember 17
Nathan SondonDecember 17
Minnie GassDecember 19
Morris SeplinDecember 19
Marion Dorothy FlashDecember 23
Mariasha HarrisDecember 23
Harry RabenDecember 23
Boruch J. StriarDecember 25
Sidney Lawrence NewmanDecember 26
Ida NewmanDecember 26
Max G. WeinerDecember 26
Manya KirsteinDecember 27
Louis H. NisenbaumDecember 29
Max G. StriarDecember 31
Bessie NyerDecember 31
Harry AdlerDecember 31

 

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