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The Torah is the most precious article in Jewish life. Its contents are perfectly intact—the exact same words that we received together as a people some 3,300 years ago-transcribed by Moses from G-d Himself.

The original scroll was kept in the Holy Ark, and an additional scroll was gifted to each of the twelve tribes. From these original scrolls, additional Torahs were transcribed in precise detail, generation after generation, in an unbroken chain to Sinai.

Despite years of upheaval and suffering, not one of the Torah’s 304,805 letters has been lost or changed; the words we read in the synagogue today are the exact words recorded by Moses.

The final Mitzvah in the Torah is for everyone to write a Torah Scroll. By endowing a letter, word, or verse for yourself, your children, family members or friends, it is as if you have written your own Torah Scroll. In addition, this mitzvah brings G-d’s blessings to your family, in your home and business.

In our tradition, no letter is more important than another. Just as every letter in the Torah is indispensible—if even one letter is missing the Torah is invalid—so is every member of the Jewish people essential to our wholeness as a nation. Hence, by participating in the creation of this Torah, you will not only have a lifelong remembrance, but in a very special way you are signifying that you are one with the Jewish nation, one with tradition, one with our destiny.

We welcome your participation in this special mitzvah.

We Thank Our Recent Partners
Michele Stark
In memory of Rabbi Levi Deitsch and my father Charles E. Holtzman
Harriet Epstein
In honor of Rabbi Chessy Deutsch who is carrying on the work of Rabbi Levi Deutsch of Blessed Memory in an admirable way.
Myron Shoham
In Honor of my Family Name - SHOHAM
Robin SIlvernab
Thank you for the blessings you have brought and continue to bring to our family. Prayers for you and your family.
In memory of Rabbi Levi Deitsch. May your energetic and giving spirit live on in those you've touched.
Mark Levinson
In honor of Reb Levi
Dovid and Miri Birk
In honor of Rabbi Levi