HONORING FAMILY AND FRIENDS
There are many ways to honor the memory of family or friends. Similarly, we offer opportunities to say thank you or congratulations for special events or accomplishments.
Our Torah Project
Congregation Ohr Shalom recently created our own new and beautiful Torah. Honor a loved one, commemorate a special event, or say mazel tov for a joyous occasion by sponsoring a part of the Torah. We were lucky to have a nationally-celebrated Torah scribe, Linda Coppleson, as a member of our congregation, to lead us in this endeavor.
Visit Our Torah Project, for more information.
Click here to view the opportunities for sponsoring a part of the new Torah.
Donate Securely Online. Click the "Donate" button above, set donation to any amount, and use your credit card via Paypal to donate to COS-SJCC. Any donation is greatly appreciated!
Plaque on a board in the sanctuary commemorating a loved one. Contact the synagogue office for more information.
Published every Yom Kippur to remember individuals whom we have lost. Click on the Donate button above or contact Karen Wexler for more information.
Honor an individual with a gift, or just make a donation, that will be used for our greatest need. Click the Donate button above, set donation to any amount, and use your credit card via Paypal to donate to COS-SJCC. Any donation is greatly appreciated!
Tree of Life
A “leaf” on wall sculpture in the first floor hallway to honor an individual or group. Contact the synagogue office for more information.
Show you care
Rejoice in a simcha
Comfort the sick or bereaved
At the same time, you are supporting Congregation Ohr Shalom-SJCC!
To have a Sanctuary Card sent for you, send an email to Hilary Goldberg.
Cards may be purchased in the SJCC office in packages of 5 for $25. For $6, an individual card will be mailed for you and the recipient will be listed in the online Chronicle. If you purchase cards in bundles of five, the recipients can still be listed in the online Chronicle by sending an email to Hilary Goldberg.
Commemorate a special event in the “Book of Life” that sits outside the sanctuary. Contact Lauren Levine at the synagogue office for more information.