Exodus 34:6–7: Thirteen Attributes of Mercy
"Adonai, Adonai, God, compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abundant
in kindness and truth...who preserves kindness for a thousand generations,
who forgives iniquity, sin and error, and who cleanses."
The Jewish Pro-Life Foundation honors and encourages the healing journey of every Jew
who feels badly after an abortion experience: mother, father, sibling, grandparent, religious or secular.
If your abortion experience is as an abortion clinic worker, we welcome you, also.
✡ TIKVAT RACHEL HEALING PROGRAM
A unique opportunity to meet and participate in a post-abortion group encounter and discussion.
TR offers a unique Teshuvah-based approach to healing for Jewish women and men who suffer with post-abortion regret.
Attendees can meet and speak with one another afterward in a private chat room.
To register call BarbaraBeth at 347-566-7898 or email her at BarbaraBeth54@protonmail.com
This program offers a healing pathway for Jews who seek a confidential, safe, accepting, and compassionate
Jewish program to address the deeply personal issues that arise after abortion.
The program is based on the Jewish concept of Teshuvah and the promise of healing in Judaism.
We welcome Jewish abortion workers who want out of clinic work, too.
The spiritual wounds run deep for our fellow sisters and brothers who believed they were helping women, only to realize they were being used to destroy lives, harm women, and ruin families.
We celebrate your desire to find freedom and healing. Please join us!
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“The workshop I just attended will be only the first for me. I plan on attending all upcoming workshops. These last 6 years I have been becoming more religious and connected to HaShem. When this workshop came up I knew that it was time for me to unlock the door of my Abortion that I had buried deep. When I had my Abortion 40 years ago I cried hysterically as the anesthesia put me under. And I woke up crying hysterically. My soul knew it was wrong and I did it anyway for whatever misguided reasons I gave for going through with it. And now, on a more righteous, peaceful and healthier path that I am currently on, I knew I had to attend this workshop. If I wanted to move forward on my path I had to unlock the door of this 40 year old event and face what I had done, mourn and repent. This workshop helped me to do so. Now my baby has a name, because he was a baby to-be. My beautiful baby is in heaven. Thank you ladies, Barbara, Cecily, and the other ladies who attended like Liz.”
- Ruth G.
"I loved revisiting the program, in fact I got more out of it this time I felt than before. I would love to participate in another and most definitely be a support to another woman who shares our experience. This is true healing Barbara!"
- Liz R.
When I joined their zoom for the healing program, I felt forgiven and transformed in a 360 degrees turn. I realized that I am not the only one who had an abortion and regretted it ever since. I managed to have a beautiful daughter six years later after the abortion. She’s now 12. I also had a son who was born with Canavan Disease and only lived for 18 months on Earth. These life experiences as a mother taught me that once I regretted about the abortion at 22, God told me that ”I will be forgiven, I love you, and you will be a mother again.” By joining in the healing program with Tikvat Rachel, I learned more about myself as a person and a mother.
- Sophie S.G.
Sichot Haran #3
God's greatness is unfathomable: that is why Teshuvah has such power.
No matter how far you may have fallen, be it to the lowest depths -
never despair, because you can always return to God.
With just a little effort you can turn even your worst sins into merits.
No matter where in the world you fall you can easily come back to God.
This is because of His unfathomable greatness. Nothing is beyond His power.
Just never give up. Keep crying out, praying and pleading to God at all times.
"As far as the east is from the west, so far hath He
removed our transgressions from us."
"Weeping is lodged in one side of my heart,
and joy is lodged in the other."
We pray Kaddish for your loved one lost through abortion - son or daughter, sister or brother, niece or nephew, or grand baby. Please send us a description of your lost relative, ie, baby of Sarah, and we will pray Kaddish at Saturday services. We also pray Yizkor on the last day of Passover, on the second day of Shavuot, on Shemini Atzeret and on Yom Kippur.