In the community-wide observance for Yom HaShoah, the Museum, the Warsaw Ghetto Resistance Organization, and the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and Their Descendants co-sponsor New York's oldest and largest Holocaust commemoration ceremony.
More than 2,000 people, including survivors and their families, elected officials, and other members of the community join in a memorial service that fulfills the sacred Jewish obligation to remember. Holocaust survivors participate with their children and grandchildren in a moving and symbolic candle-lighting ceremony that physically demonstrates the importance and power of passing memories from one generation to the next.
The Annual Gathering of Remembrance will take place on Sunday, April 27, 2014. Seating is limited and we encourage you to reserve your tickets early. A voluntary donation of $36 is recommended per person, but any donation will help to defray the cost of the event. For more information or to reserve tickets, please call 646.437.4227 between the hours of 10 A.M. and 3 P.M. Monday-Friday or e-mail email@example.com. Reserve online at www.mjhnyc.org/annualgathering.
On Sunday, April 27 at 2:00 P.M., you can hear a live, streaming audio broadcast of the Annual Gathering of Remembrance via the Temple Emanu-El widget at right.
Please note that the audio widget will only play during the live broadcast on April 27.
TOP: Survivors and relatives of survivors participate in the Annual Gathering of Remembrance at Temple Emanu-El. Photos by Melanie Einzig.