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Community Board » Women's Prayer Exchange
TheJewishWoman.org strives to create a virtual community for all women—a venue for discussing our joys, accomplishments and lessons we’ve learned. But we also share our pain, sorrow, and challenges.

We should never be alone when we struggle. We may not be able to always physically help another in need, but we definitely can help spiritually—through prayer. When we have someone in our prayers, we give her support and strength in a very powerful way. And for the one in need of the prayers, it makes a tremendous difference knowing that there are people whom she never met who are thinking of her.

With this in mind we have created the Women’s Prayer Exchange to provide a place for women to pray for the needs of others and to ask others to pray for her needs. So please look through the various sections (Health, Marriage, Children, and Financial) and add your name or the name of anyone who is in need of our prayers and support in any of these areas. Feel free to write a few lines detailing your situation, or just your name if that is what you prefer. Also feel free to use the comment section to offer suggestions or advice.

May we have all of our prayers answered, in a clear and revealed way, and may we merit the ultimate blessing, that of the final redemption, immediately!


For suggested psalms to recite for the ill, please click here.
 
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The convention is to pray for someone by using their Jewish name and that of their mother’s. If you don’t know the Jewish name, use the name by which he or she is called. And if unsure of the mother’s name, then use son/daughter of Sarah, for our matriarch Sarah is a spiritual mother to us all. (Non Jews should replace Mother's Hebrew name with Father's name: ex. Carol daughter of Jake.)
 
 
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