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, or grandparent, religious or secular.
Tikvat Rachel 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 its promise of healing in Judaism.
Contact us to talk personally about your situation.
Email Cecily at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-758-3269.
✡ TELEPHONE OUTREACH
We offer a weekly confidential teleconference support call every Thursday at 9pm EST.
This call follows the Tikvat Rachel healing program format.
Call in number (605) 475-4842.
Pin number 480201.
✡ SUPPORT GROUPS
After gaining an understanding of our healing program over the phone, starting a face to face support group is a way to continue your personal journey of Teshuvah and to reach more suffering Jews in your neighborhood.
We provide materials and guidance as you form and maintain your group.
✡ EMAIL STUDY
During the 10 Days of Repentance between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur we host an email study of Tikvat Rachel.
Contact us at email@example.com to receive the study emails.
O God, full of mercy, Who dwells on high, grant proper rest on the wings of the Divine presence - in the lofty levels of the holy and pure ones, who shine like the glow of the firmament - for the souls of all our children, the holy and pure ones who were lost through the hands of the abortion doctors, may they someday come to understand their sin, and find mercy, forgiveness, and redemption through your grace. May the resting place of our children be in the Garden of Eden - therefore may the Master of mercy shelter them in the shelter of His wings for eternity; and may he bind their souls in the Bond of Life. HaShem is their heritage, and may they repose in peace in their resting places. Amen.
We pray Kaddish for your loved one lost through abortion - son or daughter, sister or brother, niece or nephew, or grandbaby. Please send us a description of your lost relative, ie, baby of Sarah, and we will pray Kaddish at Saturday services.
"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."