Every year, Veterans Day represents a way to honor our veterans who boldly put their lives on the line to protect the values of our nation. These men and women are our parents, grandparents, siblings, children and more. Their service weaves us together into a broader patriotic community that is much like a giant family. We are proud of who they are, and we are indebted to them for their boundless dedication to serve.
They place their lives in harm’s way to ensure that the liberties we enjoy are not threatened by foreign powers. Their military service is something we should never take for granted.
On Friday night, November 11, we will honor the veterans of our nation with a sacred service. At this Sabbath worship service, veterans of various wars will share their stories. Additionally, we will honor them at the oneg with a special photo gallery of our men and women in uniform.
If you have a story you wish to share or a photo that we can display, please contact the office immediately. We hope to honor every one of our members who served in the military – past, present and future.
May the dedication and valiance demonstrated by the men and women who serve us in this capacity inspire us to uphold the virtues of our nation as we work collectively to be a beacon of liberty and harmony for all the world to see