PLEASE JOIN US for a service of remembrance and to honor local Holocaust survivors and their families. This service will be held on Zoom and is being led by members of the Jewish community of greater Madison.
While we will not all be able to assemble physically in one place, we can continue to honor the memories of those lost in the Shoah and honor our Madison community members. We will light candles for the six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust and hear the familiar words and melodies associated with the observance. Let us not allow our distance from one another stop us from commemorating this meaningful tradition.
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You will have the opportunity to submit the name(s) of someone in whose honor or memory you would like us to light a candle for and a few words about them with your registration.
The Annual Community Yom HaShoah program is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Madison and is funded by the Mitchell and Sharon Rapkin Endowment for Holocaust Education and Commemoration.
Community Survey: Those Impacted By The Holocaust
If you are a Holocaust survivor, refugee, escaped from the Nazis, or a family member - please let us know, so we may personally invite you to our community Yom HaShoah service and program. We’d also like to gauge your interest in participating in our service, either reading a passage or lighting a candle. If you have not signed up in the past or your contact information has changed, please fill out our interest form >