Today is October 22, 2017 -
It is a widely observed Jewish tradition to commemorate the passing of a relative or loved one on the walls within a temple. All temples and many organizations devote an area within or near the sanctuary to memorializing those that have departed on a dedicated memorial wall. Nameplates or plaques are inscribed with the English and Hebrew names of the departed along with the date of death in both the standard and Hebrew calendar. Beside each plaque is a memorial light, which is lit annually on the Yahrzeit and Yizkor services. In TBT our Memorial Plaques are located on our Sanctuary Walls. The Ritual Committee keeps the lights lit in observance of yarhzeits and holidays.
If you would like to remember a deceased loved one by through the purchase of a Memorial Plaque, please complete this form and return to the TBT office. Yahrzeit Plaque order form 2015
Tree of Life
There are other ways in which you may honor and memorialize relatives, friends and special events at TBT. These long-standing traditions are deeply meaningful and important to our legacy. We hope you will share them with us so we may remember them from generation to generation. L’Dor V Dor!
Our Tree of Life was designed with many leaves for future growth and large stones for a sturdy foundation. Each may be engraved with loving words, names and dates of your choosing.
If you would like to honor a family member or family event through the purchase a leaf on our Tree of Life, please complete this form and return to the TBT office. Tree of Life Form