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Simcha Tree of Life



Judaism enjoys a tradition of celebration. We have an incredible number of holidays when the Torah tells us to “rejoice.” We celebrate lifecycle events – births, namings, birthdays, bar/bat mitzvahs, graduations, weddings and anniversaries - with “mazel tov” and singing “siman tov u’mazel tov.”

Now we have a Tree of Life, a Simcha Tree, situated in our Social Hall, to remind us of all the joys in our lives.

We invite you to add your loved ones’ simchas to our Tree and share your nachas with our congregation or just add your loved ones’ names out of love. A leaf on our Tree of Life honors your friends and family and reminds everyone that life’s joys are not to be taken for granted. Life is short. We need to celebrate, rejoice and feel deep gratitude for all of our blessings. L’chaim/To Life!


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Maximum of 70 letters per leaf -  Example: “In honor of (father, mother, sister, child, friend, etc.) Phil Seymour, on his/her/their ___) from (a) the Cohen Family or (b) Bob and Hilda Cohen.

   
   
Maximum of 70 letters per leaf -  Example: “In honor of (father, mother, sister, child, friend, etc.) Phil Seymour, on his/her/their ___) from (a) the Cohen Family or (b) Bob and Hilda Cohen.


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Tue, May 28 2024 20 Iyar 5784