Anshe Emet Yom HaShoah Program with Father John Pawlikowski: The Danger of Forgetting Amalek


April 20, 2020    
6:30 pm


Anshe Emet
3751 North Broadway, Chicago, IL, 60613
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Father John PawlinkowskiThe Danger of Forgetting Amalek:  The moral lessons of the Holocaust and how they should be applied in our age.
A Wide Ranging Discussion in honor of Yom HaShoah between Father John Pawlikowski and Rabbi Michael Siegel.

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Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi, Cantor Elizabeth Berke and Naomi Weiss-Weil will also participate and help lead our Ma’ariv and Memorial Service.

Contact Amy Karp for Zoom password and more information at | This program will be held online via Zoom on Monday, April 20 at 6:30pm.

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Join Us For An Online Reading of Megillat Hashoah on April 21st at 10am CST

In 2003, the Rabbinical Assembly and the Schechter Institute co-published Megillat Hashoah — The Shoah Scroll — in five languages (Hebrew, English, French, Spanish and Russian) and it’s been read every year at synagogues, schools and JCC’s all over the world.

This year, we will sponsor an international reading of Megillat Hashoah as a symbol of Jewish solidarity during the current crisis. Rabbi Michael Siegel is honored to serve as the U.S. Representative and will read the final chapter during this event.

We hope that Jews from all over the world will participate in this unique event to commemorate the Six Million Jews who perished in the Holocaust.

The reading will take place on Yom Hashoah, April 21st, at 10am CST.

More information and downloadable texts click here.

To access the reading Tuesday morning (10:00 am CST) click below:

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