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Prayers for Those in Need

We are sorry to hear about people in need, but are glad to encourage others to pray on their behalf. While this service was created to pray for cholim (those who are ill), it has been expanded by request to include prayers for akaros (the childless), shidduchim (searching for a spouse), agunos (those trying to obtain a divorce), and parnassah (in need of a livelihood). While all of G-dís creation is precious, and while we yearn for the day when disease and suffering are eradicated from the earth, our intent is that this list remain a resource for members of the Jewish Faith seeking prayer for loved-ones and friends. We respectfully ask those submitting names to please honor our wishes in this regard.

To submit a name, please use the form below. You may submit several names at once by clicking on the link on the menu below. Your names will remain on the list for the duration of the current Jewish month. To keep a name on the list for an additional month, you must "renew" it by using the appropriate link below. A reminder will be sent to you a few days in advance of the new month.

Submit a Name

Category:
Jewish Name:
ben/bas/bat:
Mother's Jewish Name:
Comment: (especially if you selected "other" please explain)
Your e-mail address:
Note: By submitting a name you will be automatically subscribed (if you are not already) to the cholim mailing list. You will also receive our weekly Lifeline mailing list with a Dvar Torah and announcements about our program, and our offers list with Jewish advertisements that help support our program. You may unsubscribe from any of these lists at any time on our unsubscribe page.

  • Submit several names
  • Renew, edit, or remove names
  • Subscribe to the Cholim e-mail list
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    We offer this as a free service, but we do request that you keep us in mind when you are next able to send charitable contributions. We know that "Teshuvah (repentance/return/renewed commitment to G-d), Tefillah (prayer), and Tzedakah (charity) wipe away the evil decree," and that "Tzedakah saves from death." So may it be! Your donation of any amount will help us keep this and all of our other services running for you.

    Thank you for your continued interest in Project Genesis/Torah.org, and again - may all the names on our list see a very speedy healing.

    Michael E. Rosenberg,
    Cholim List Manager

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