A Psalm for Times of Memory: Adonai Ro’i (The Lord is my Shepherd)
Song of the Week • 3m 21s
We have just said the Yizkor memorial service on the eighth day of Passover, and we are preparing for Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, on April 17. Therefore, those who are no longer with us are very much on our minds during this time. We hope this psalm, with its images of green pastures and still waters, is comforting to you as you remember. Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom and good memories.
Cantors Shiree Kidron and Azi Schwartz
Music: Gerald Cohen
AV: Oscar Acevedo, Erik van Batavia, Justin Goodman
Video Editor: Tami Shaham
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