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
Devorah Leah Bas Chana
Rachel Bat Chana
Rachel Malka Bat Revka
Chava Etta Bat Esther Rochel
Alitza Chana Bat Maliya
Batya Chana bat Esther Malka
Miriam bat Gittel
Chana Bat Rivka
Miriam Bat Yehudit
Bat Sheva Bat Ruth
Rochel Bat Yehudis
Ester bat Goldaraine 
Hinda Chaya bat Bina
Itka bat Channah Leah
Liora bat Aviva

Yosef Yitzchak Ben Brocha
Chaim Shneur Zalman Yehuda Ben Hinda Yocheved
Efim Efraim Ben Musia
Yisroel Avraham Ben Tzipora
Aaron Ben Miriam
Reuven Ben Nessi
Rimon ben Leah
Kerem ben Leah
Yerachmiel ben Shoshana
Shlomo Zalman ben Fruma
Avraham ben Yehudit
Moshe ben Miriam
Arieh Ben Ruth 
David ben Penina
Eliyahu Ben Valerie
Yitzchak Getzel Ben Chana
Aryeh ben  Fagel
Aharon Ben Shayna Gitta
Dovid Meir Ben Shaina Mareyasha
Meir ben Rifka
Shmuel Nachum ben Doba


 

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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