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 -- The Holocaust --

Temple Sholom is proud of its Holocaust related endeavors. We're gathering information about Holocaust Survivors from their descendants; we participate in the Adopt-A-Kaddish program; and we are the custodian of a Czech Torah scroll that survived the Holocaust.

 -- Holocaust Survivor Project --

   WANTED! - The names of descendants of Holocaust Survivors. If you are a child or grandchild of a Holocaust Survivor, please email info@templesholomflorida.org or call Temple Sholom at 954-942-6410 and give us your name, the name of your loved one and any info you have about where they were located. Our Holocaust Committee plans remembrances during the year and would like to include you and your loved one when there is an appropriate occasion.

 -- Adopt A Kaddish --

   Children who were victims of the Holocaust are adopted on an individual basis by members of our Congregation, so that Kaddish can be recited for them at the appropriate times.  We were featured in the Sun Sentinel for our participation in this project.

Read the Article Here

 -- Our Czech Torah - Holocaust Memorial Scroll --

Our Czech Torah Scroll Holocaust Memorial

  The Torah was shipped in 1989 following a request from Malcolm Black who was the President at that time. The Torah is about 200 years old and comes from Mlada Boleslav, a town in the Czech Republic.

Sat, November 17 2018 9 Kislev 5779