Jewish tradition ordains that whenever the Torah is read we are granted a special and uniquely opportune moment to invoke blessing for those in need of divine intervention. From time immemorial it has therefore been the custom to recite a "Mi Sheberach" (prayer for the sick) on behalf of people who are ill.

Female Male

Victoria Bat Mesouda
Noah bat Meerav
Meerav bat Ziva
Ester Bat Krasl
Chavah Tikvah bat Esther Channah.
Alona Leah Bat Aviva
Chava Ita Bas Esther Rochel
Malya Bat Chaika
Aliza Chana Bat Malia 
Sharon bat Ora 
Chana bat Ayala
Ronit Bat Rivka
Batya Bat Sarah
Kochava bat Danielle
Sarah Rachel Bat Chaya
Shoshana Perla Bat Chaya
Esther Yocheved Bas Raizel Bracha
Rivkah Frima Bas Devorah
Bracha Beila Bas Adah
Bassy Chaya Bat Fayga

Yosef Yitzchak Ben Brocha
Eliezer Simcha ben Esther Surah
Noach Ben Yonit
Chanan Ben Pesah
Yisroel Avraham ben Tziporah 
Dovid Ben Shoshana
Gidon Ben Tova
Efim Efraim ben Mussia
Chaim ben Dina
Michael Ben Kayla
Baruch Zelig Ben Adah 
Yehonatan Halevi Ben Malka
Dovid Leib ben Chaya Leah

Please remember to inform us of this persons return to good health so we can remove them from our list.
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(We will be sending out an occasional "Mi Sheberach" update e-mail to insure we do not have any names on the list which should have already been removed.)
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If a loved one or relative is suffering-even in a distant place, where one is unable to help-offer this prayer on their behalf.

Chapter 20 of Psalms.
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