Prayers For Those In Need
Rachel's Tomb was created as a place of prayer. Ya'acov himself told his son Yosef that he buried Rachel along the side of the road before Efrat so that in the future when the Jewish people would be exiled from the Land Of Israel, they would be able to stop at the Tomb of their Matriarch and pray there. Since that day, for three thousand years, Jews have gone to Rachel's Tomb to pray and pour out their hearts to Rachel our Mother.
Prayers and Mishaberachs are said daily for the sick, the childless and those in need of Divine Intervention. Tehillim (Psalms) are recited and Mishnayot are learned by students at Rachel's Tomb in the name of anyone in need.
If you or a loved one are in need of special prayers in Rachel's Tomb, please print out the form below and submit it to The Committee For Rachel's Tomb by whatever means you decide to be most expedient -- by e-mail, standard post, or by fax. Our addresses us are listed below.
Full Hebrew name of individual in need:_______________________________________
Full Hebrew name of that individual's mother: ___________________________________
If you would like written confirmation that prayers have been said on behalf of the person above please submit the following information: