Serving All Clark County Communities

Chabad Jewish Center  I  9604 NE 126th Ave., Vancouver, WA 98682  I  360 993 5222  I  [email protected]

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Memorial Wall Flame Plaque at $180 

Memorial Wall Flame Plaque at $360   Sponsor a plaque displaying the name of your loved one, along with the date of    the Yahrtzeit (Anniversary of Passing).    Each year, during the week of the Yahrtzeit, as well as when Yizkor (Memorial Prayer) is said, a flame, underneath the plaque, will flicker in remembrance.            

  *Payment plans are available. Contact us to discuss. 360-993-5222 or Email: [email protected] 

One may request a special prayer for the sick, known as “ Mi Shebairach," to be recited at the Torah. In this prayer, one pledges to give charity in the merit of the ill. It is preferable to provide the reader with the person's Hebrew name, and that of his or her mother.

mi Shebairach  Prayer

Sponsor a lunch or dinner in honor of a loved one or a special occasion such as a birthday, yahrtzeit or graduation.
​Contact us with your date and occasion.
​Kiddush lunch sponsorship is $180.

Shabbat dinner sponsorship is $250

The walls at the Chabad Jewish Center are adorned with a Tree of Life and a Memorial Wall. 

The Tree of Life is filled with plaques honoring friends and loved ones, dedicating  occasions and marking special moments.
The Memorial Wall provides the opportunity to engrave a Yahrtzeit, ensuring everlasting memory and a mitzvah in merit of the soul of those who have passed on.

Tree of Life Plaque at $180 
Sponsor a plaque dedicating a special person, date or moment in your life. Gift a friend, mark a birthday or celebrate an occasion with a contribution to Jewish life in Clark County.  A copy of the plaque will be sent to the person in whose honor it was dedicated.

Dedication Opportunities


a kiddush / Shabbat Dinner


Shabbat Services are held every Saturday at 10 AM. 
Children's program begins at 11 AM.
Kiddush lunch follows services.

First Friday Kabbalat Shabbat
Friday night Services are held on the first Friday of each month, followed by a Community Shabbat Dinner.