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                     High Holyday Prayer Book Machzor Dedications

 


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  • We are excited to announce that we will be using the Reform movement's new machzor (prayer book), Mishkan HaNefesh, at High Holyday services this year. You can be part of this historic milestone in TBA’s history by dedicating the new machzor. The prayer books come as a set (one each for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur), and your dedication will appear on a beautiful bookplate on each book’s inside front cover.

    Dedications may be purchased for a minimum donation of $50 for each set, and may be used to honor someone special, commemorate a life-cycle event, remember a loved one, or to show your support for our congregation.

    Our congregation needs 1,000 sets, so we are asking all families to dedicate multiple sets to meet our goal of having a dedication in every copy. For every 5 sets you dedicate, we will take $25 off of the total price.

    Additionally, we are excited to announce an opportunity to add dedication bookplates to our beautiful Mahzor Lev Shalem prayer books that we have used in our Conservative services the last few years. These dedications may be purchased for a minimum donation of $50 for each book. The same volume discount applies.

 

Thank you to everyone who placed a dedication in the new Mishkan HaNefesh                                                   prayer books.  We were able to place dedications in 406 sets of books that we used at Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Thank you to the team who helped place the dedications into the books in time for the High Holy Days. And a special thank you to Roy and Bunny Solomon for their contributions to the design of the book plates. Bunny photographed the ark doors that were formerly in the Reform sanctuary and that now hang in the Conservative chapel. We used these photographs as the border of the new book plates. While this year’s High Holy Days have passed, fear not. There are still plenty of dedication opportunities available, and it’s not too late (or too early) to think about dedicating a set of prayer books to be used at the next High Holy Day services!

Wed, October 21 2020 3 Cheshvan 5781