Sydney Remembers the ’45 of Meron’



    Name*
    Email*
    Message

    Sydney Remembers the ’45 of Meron’

    Australia already started the Lag Ba’Omer celebrations, with Sydney holding a special Lag Ba’Omer event, with a special focusing on remembering the forty five Yidden that tragically passed last year in Meron. The event was organized by Rabbi Chaim Levi, of the ‘Sydney Shul’ • Photos

    Lag B’Omer in Australia has begun with a special tribute to the memory of 45 Meron victims.

    Lag Beomer festivities celebrating Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, with bonfire, events for all ages and celebrations. At the center will the parade of Jewish pride with children marching through the streets with lively music and to bring the pride and joy of Yiddishkeit to the streets of Sydney.

    To start the celebration, children of all ages joined Sydney’s Shul run by Rabbi Chaim Levy, to pack gifts and make cards for children in hospital. The children enjoyed a fabulous magic show, crafts, music, pizza, and sushi.

    Standing out was the “Mitzvah for Meron” wall. Children had the opportunity to write a mitzvah and good deed they will do in memory of the 45 victims of Meron. The children wrote their mitzvah on a small note in the shape of a flame, and placed it on the “Mitzvah for Meron” wall, creating a shining wall of little flames and mitzvos for the memory of the 45 victims.

    “Lag B’Omer is a day of unity and Ahavat Yisroel, and also a day of blessing, what better way to celebrate then bringing children together to rejoice and do acts of goodness and kindness for another” says Rabbi Chaim Levy of Sydney’s Shul.





















    22

    Add Comment

    *Only proper comments will be allowed

    Related Posts:

    Sydney Remembers the ’45 of Meron’



      Name*
      Email*
      Message