This page is an index of resources to commemorate those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks that took place on September 11, 2001. 


Survivor Tree Planting Ceremony 

Elul - 9/11 Reflections

9/11 Memorial Service for Religious Schools

Children of Abraham Conversation: URJ's interfaith dialogue guide

Service: What Does it Mean for Us to Remember? Prepared by Rabbi Cookie Olshein, Beth Israel, Austin, TX

Religious Extremism of Pinchas & 9/11: Sermon by Rabbi Mark Winer, Synagogue Scholar of West London Synagogue of British Jews

We the People Video: Prepare New York's 7-minute video through America's history of tolerance and intolerance 


Fire Department Commemoration Ceremony
Rabbi David Segal of Aspen Jewish Congregation in Aspen, CO will be participating in the local Fire Department's commemoration ceremony as well as co-hosting an interfaith service of music, prayer and reflection.

Fordson: Faith, Fasting, Football & the American Dream
Temple Judea Mizpah of Skokie, IL, in partnership with local faith groups, will view Fordson, a film about a predominantly Arab-American high school football team in a working-class Detroit suburb.

Reflection Ceremony
Temple Israel of West Palm Beach, FL will co-host a service of reflection using poetry, images, music and meditation. [Flyer]

Shabbat Service with Name- Reading & Sculpture Display
Temple Concord's (Binghamton, NY) service will include name-reading and a display of a sculpture of a Pentagon grey base, two towers and the number 93, created with the help of Rabbi Barbara Goldman-Wartell in 2002.

Interfaith Community Remembrance
B'nai Yehuda Beth Sholom of Homewood, IL, in partnership with the local Ministerial Association, will participate in a remembrance ceremony with local clergy, the high school choir and orchestra.

Community Projects of Memorial
Congregation Beth Israel of Corpus Christi, TX is working with local faith groups to host commemoration services and volunteer opportunities. [Details]

Out of Many One: An Interfaith Remembrance of the 10th Anniversary of 9/11/01 
Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, in partnership with local faith groups has created a special video and community remembrance event.

Living as People of Faith in a Fearful World
Temple Sinai of Roslyn in Roslyn Heights, NY co-hosts a small-group interfaith study followed by a ceremony of mourning and hope. [Flyer]

Sermon Dedication
Rabbi Darryl Crystal of Congregation Mickve Israel in Savannah, GA will be dedicating his sermon to 9/11 as well as include a remembrance in the service.

9/11: A Day of Caring for Our Planet, Education & Action
Temple Emeth of Teaneck, NJ will work alongside fellow faith groups to clean up a local park.

Multicultural Market Day & Interfaith Memorial Event
Temple B'nai Israel of Laconia, NH will celebrate diversity by participating in a Multicultural Market Day of ethnic food, entertainment and a community flag parade as well as a memorial event at a local church.

What Does it Mean for Us to Remember?
Rabbi Cookie Olshein of Congregation Beth Israel of Austin, TX has prepared a special remembrance service. [Service]

Healing Service
Temple Beth Israel of York, PA will hold a commemoration and healing service for the congregation. A main objective will be to provide an open space for individuals to share their feelings, 10 years later. 

​Reform Movement 9/11 Archives 

Reform Jewish Leaders "Outraged" at Reports of Attacks Against Arab Americans & Muslim Americans 
URJ Distributes $200,000 to 9/11 Fund - First Grant 
URJ Distributes $1.2 Million to Help Those Affected by 9/11 Disaster 
Reform Movement Distributes Additional $200,000, Latest Grants Bring Total to More Than $1.7 Million