Yom HaShoah

יום השואה

An Evening for Holocaust Remembrance

Please join Temple Beth Torah

Friday May 10

for a beautiful & unique Shabbat service remembering the Holocaust.

It is up to us to remind ourselves and the world: Their struggles and triumphs will be remembered. Rabbi Dan Gordon and Cantorial Soloist Anita Bonanno will lead a special worship service honoring those who have passed and those with the incredible strength to survive history’s most horrible times.

We will hear a special speaker, Holocaust Survivor
Maurice “Bob” Ullman

Mr. Ullman was born in Belgium in 1938, while Hitler’s power was growing in Europe. He and his
family – 26 people from 2 to 82 – fled the Nazis, from country to country, finally settling in the U.S.
May 10, 2024, is the 84th anniversary of the Nazi’s invasion into Belgium, which led the Ullman family on their journey from oppression to freedom. The Talmud teaches us that when one life is saved, an entire world can also be saved. As a society we can learn from the horrors of the past to create a kinder future.
Bob served as a docent at Holocaust Museum Houston for 10 years, helping the community learn and understand how to make the world a better place.

The evening is sponsored by Hy Penn and Lynn Gordon, dedicated to the memory of Holocaust survivors
Linda Penn, Morris I. Penn and Riva Kremer.

Refreshments will be provided after the service. All are welcome to attend. For more information contact Admin@tbthumble.org

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