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Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Unity Torah

Unity Torah

The Elstree & Borehamwood Unity Torah is an historic opportunity to be a part of a commUNITY wide project, bringing everyone together in a special and unique way after the challenging past year we have all faced. Our goal is for every single Jewish person in Elstree & Borehamwood to have the opportunity to fulfil the unique Mitzvah of owning your very own letter in the Torah.

The Unity Torah was initiated by Dovid & Leah Mitz after Dovid’s miraculous recovery from COVID in March 2020 – check out the video Part 1 below!

The Torah will be dedicated in loving memory of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, connecting the entire Elstree & Borehamwood community through ownership in this Torah! Part 2 and 3 of the story is coming soon, so stay tuned!

We can barely contain our excitement for this project and are now inviting everyone, from babies to the elderly, children and adults, youth, grandparents, singles and couples to collect your letter in the Unity Torah. Once you sub-scribe you will receive a beautiful certificate with your name and your letter in the Torah! It is for you, your children and your grandchildren as a keepsake forever!

Watch the Story – Part 1, The Miracle!

Be a part of it

Torah Dedication Opportunities

Letter Dedications

Each dedication will receive a beautiful certificate.

You have the option to add a gift box memento and gift the dedication to your child, grandchild or anyone special.

One Letter

It is a Mitzvah for every person to have their own letter in the Torah. Every man, woman and child!

Special Letter

Choose your own letter that will be yours in the Torah. The first letter of your name. 

Dedication of £18

Hebrew Name

Pick each of the letters in your Hebrew name that will be found throughout the Torah 

Dedication of £54

Verse

Dedicate a verse in the Torah. Every verse is a special part of the completion of the Torah. 

Dedication of £72

Special Verses

Each dedication will receive a beautiful certificate.

You have the option to add a gift box memento to gift the dedication to your child, grandchild or someone special.

VE'AHAVTA LERE'ACAH

Love your neighbour

Dedication of £180

HA'MALACH HA'GOEL

Special prayer

Dedication of £180

HASHEM HASHEM

13 attributes of mercy

Dedication of £180

Ufartztah

Chabad’s Outreach Motto
Dedication of £180

Special Sections

Each dedication will receive a beautiful certificate as well as a gift box momento with the dedication. 

10 Commandment

Giving of the Torah at Sinai

Dedication of £500

Shma Yisroel

The Paragraph of Shema

Dedication of £500

Birchat Cohanim

The Priestly Blessings

Dedication of £500

Birchat Manna

Blessing for Livelihood

Dedication of £500

Honour Dedications

Each dedication will receive a beautiful certificate as well as a gift box momento.

Alyia

Dedicate an Aliya in honour of Bar or Bat MItzvah

Dedication of £360

Special Alyia

Dedicate a special Aliya in honour of Bar or Bat Mitzvah for their Torah portion

Dedication of £500

Parsha

Dedicate a Parsha for a Bar or Bat Mitzvah and  they will have their special week as a memory forever. 

Dedication of £1000

Sefer

Dedicate one of the 5 books of the Torah to honour or in memory of a loved one as a special keepsake forever. 

Dedication of £7500

Torah Ornaments

The Torah ornaments beautify the Torah in every possible way. Your dedication will be written on the ornament. 

Yad

Beautiful Sterling Silver pointer to be used for the reading of the Torah will be engraved with your family name.

Dedication of £1000

Eitz Chaim

Silverplate on the Torah’s ornamental roller engraved with your dedication.

Left Side – Dedication of £1800

Right Side – Dedication of £1800

Mantal

The beautifully embroided cover to dress the Sefer Torah with your dedication. 

Year Round Mantal – Reserved

High Holiday Mantal – Dedication of £2500

Crown

Beautiful Sterling Silver Crown, to adorn the Torah engraved with your family name.

Dedication of £7500

How is the Torah Made?

My Torah

An authentic Torah scroll is a mind-boggling masterpiece of labor and skill. Comprising between 62 and 84 sheets of parchment-cured, tanned, scraped and prepared according to exacting Torah law specifications-and containing exactly 304,805 letters, the resulting handwritten scroll takes many months to complete. An expert pious scribe carefully inks each letter with a feather quill, under the intricate calligraphic guidelines of Ktav Ashurit (Ashurite Script). The sheets of parchment are then sewn together with sinews to form one long scroll. While most Torah scrolls stand around two feet in height and weigh 20-25 pounds, some are huge and quite heavy, while others are doll-sized and lightweight. 

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Let’s Get Started

Sub-Scribe in the Torah

It is a Mitzvah for every person to have a part in the Torah – it is simple easy, and an optional donation. 

 

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