BRING THEM HOME: Community Vigil for the Hostages
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 at 7:00 p.m.
Adat Shalom Synagogue
Join us for a community-wide gathering to offer hope, prayer and solidarity for the more than 220 hostages being held by Hamas and other terrorist organizations. Appropriate for ages 13+. This event will be in-person only.
Do you know a soldier fighting for against terrorism? Add their name to the list of soldiers for whom our daily minyan is praying.
Money raised by Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit is going directly to victim support and rebuilding efforts.
Magen David Adom is at the front line, taking care of the injured under fire.
FIDF (Friends of the Israeli Defense Forces) are aiding those fighting the battles. FIDF’s Emergency campaign funds are used to care exclusively for the needs of the soldiers and bereaved families, affected by this atrocity.
United Hatzalah is a network of more than 6,500 volunteer medics helping to save lives by running into the line of fire using specially equipped motorcycle ambulances.
OneFamily assists Israel’s victims of terror and war to receive all of their government benefits, and then we go beyond that by providing a wide variety of holistic therapeutic modalities and events to ensure rehabilitation for the entire family.
Write a letter / email to your Congressperson. CLICK HERE and AIPAC will craft the letter to your national representatives.
United Synagogues of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) has a lot of resources for our use.
Read Rabbi Aaron Starr’s introduction at the Detroit Stands with Israel Event.
Click on the videos below