Testimonials & Photos

  • “We never thought of Poland as a part of the Jewish future. It belonged to history, it belonged to culture, it belonged to heritage, it belonged to tragedy. But tonight, we went to Shabbat services in Warsaw. As we sat two rows behind a survivor and two rows in front of a twenty-something newly discovered Polish Jew, the cantor began to sing ‘Shalom Rav’ - our ‘Shalom Rav.’ Our eyes filled with tears as we listened to a community which was so foreign and yet felt so much like home, as we all sang for peace at a time when we need it so badly.”  

    Anonymous