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|SPECIAL EVENTS/SPECIAL PROJECTS
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Source of Comfort
Submissions Due Friday, August 24
Membership Renewal Form &
Religious School Registration Forms
Completed Forms are due!
The start of Religious School and the High Holy Days will be here soon! If you have not done so already, please return your completed forms and initial payment as soon as possible.
If you need the forms or have any questions, contact the synagogue office.
As always, our
is available to discuss any financial concerns you may have.
Mark Your Calendars:
Count Me In! Social Action Voter Education Program
Thursday, October 4, 7:00 pm
Saturday, October 6, 5:00 pm
Sunday, October 14, 1:00 pm
Fine Art Auction
Saturday, October 20, 7:00 pm
Tuesday, October 23, 7:00 pm
Sunday, October 28, 4:00 pm
HIGH HOLY DAYS
Our service schedule is listed on your High Holy Day tickets and on our
. The holy days begin in early September, so be sure to return your Membership Forms if you have not done so already.
Selichot Program & Service
Saturday, September 1, 8:30 pm
We usher in the High Holy Day Season with an evening of study, discussion, prayer and music. Click here for
Family Tashlich Service at Croft Farm
Monday, September 10, 3:00 pm (off-site)
symbolically cast off our sins by tossing bread crumbs into the river, together as a M'kor Shalom family. BYOB (Bring Your Own Bread) to this short 15 minute service at Croft Farm on Borton's Mill Road in Cherry Hill. No RSVP necessary.
Shabbat Shuvah Shabbaton
Saturday, September 15, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon
Join in extended Torah Study and conversation with our clergy. Light refreshments will be provided. No charge; kindly
by September 7.
High Holy Day & Operation Yellow Ribbon Food Drives
Wednesday, September 19 - At all Yom Kippur services
Kindly bring bags of non-perishable food or specifically military-requested items to the synagogue parking lot on Yom Kippur; no glass containers. Click here for
Note: Volunteers are needed to help organize in advance and on Yom Kippur; contact
Yom Kippur Study Session
Wednesday, September 19, 2:30 pm
A discussion on High Holy Day themes, l
ed by Rabbi Hirsh.
Break The Yom Kippur Fast at M'kor Shalom
Wednesday, September 19, approximately 6:30 pm
Following our N'eelah service, break the fast with family and friends at M'kor Shalom. $20 adults, $9 ages 6-12, FREE for ages 5 & under. Click here for more information or to register by September 12.
Note: Cost should not discourage anyone from attending. If you have financial concerns, contact Michelle Bross at 856-424-4220.
Lulav & Etrog Sale
Have your own Lulav & Etrog to use in your Sukkah! $50 per set. No sets will be ordered without payment and no extra sets will be ordered. To order yours by September 12, or if you have any questions, contact the synagogue office. Click here to order online.
Erev Sukkot Service
Sunday, September 23, 7:00 pm
Social Happenings in the Sukkah
Click each of the Sukkot events below for more information.
Erev Simchat Torah & Consecration Service
Sunday, September 30, 7:00 pm
Simchat Torah Service (Yizkor)
Monday, October 1, 10:00 am
Friday Evening Service Schedule
for a pdf of our Shabbat service schedule.
Summer Torah Study/Spice Up Your Judaism
Summer Kabbalat Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm
August 24 - We celebrate August birthdays.
Erev Shabbat Services, 8:00 pm
September 7 & 21
Kabbalat Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm
September 28 - Shabbat Mishpacha - We celebrate September birthdays.
August 25, 10:00 am (final Summer session)
Torah Study, 9:00 am
September 8, 22, & 29
(No session September 1 or 15)
Come 15 minutes early for schmoozing and light refreshments before our program begins on the hour. All are welcome; no RSVP or previous experience necessary.
|DINE & SHOP TO DONATE
Spice Up Your Judaism
Saturdays, September 8, 22 & 29, 10:30 am
Join us at 10:00 am for schmoozing and light refreshments before our program starts at 10:30 am.
Note: Class handouts and materials are often available in advance, along with recommended reading. Look for the new "Adult Education Courses" shelf in the M'kor Shalom Library.
To share programming ideas, contact Gail Donner and Art Treiman with your suggestions. New committee members always welcome.
| CARING COMMUNITY / HEALTH & WELLNESS
Our Caring Community volunteers are here to help congregants in need of support.
Volunteers provide: Transportation, Meals on a short-term basis, Shopping, Telephone reassurance, Friendly visits, Shiva set-up assistance, more
If you or someone in your family is confined to home because of illness or injury, M'kor Shalom's Caring Community volunteers are here to help. Please contact
, so our volunteers can respond to your needs.
| RELIGIOUS SCHOOL/FAMILY PROGRAMMING
Registration Forms for 2018-2019
We ask that you complete and return your forms as soon as possible, as we are finalizing our classes, teachers and the curriculum. Religious School tuition is included on the synagogue Membership Forms. For more information, contact the Religious School Office at 856-424-4304 or stop by during regular office hours.
Family Supper in the Sukkah
Sunday, September 23, 6:00 pm
There are always great things happening at our Religious School. Tell your unaffiliated friends! Contact Merle Steinberg for more information.
| TOT PROGRAMMING / EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
School Registration is Open
Click for more information on our 2018-2019 School Year, including Full-Day Kindergarten! Contact the ECC Office at 856-424-7339 for additional information.
Tot Pizza in the Hut
Tuesday, September 25, 5:00 pm
Our Tot Programming Committee & PTO are always hosting fabulous events! For information or to join our committee, contact Stephanie Riviello.
| ACHIM (THE MEN'S GROUP)
Achim (The Men's Group) Lunch
Wednesday, September 5, 12:00 noon (off-site)
Join our standing reservation at
Short HIlls Deli for lunch and conversation. No RSVP necessary. Pay your own way.
Hoagies, Wings, Cigars & Scotch in the Sukkah
Thursday, September 27, 6:30 pm
Tuesday, September 25, 7:30 pm
We are busy planning more exciting women's programs for next year! Contact Lisa Weiser or Beth Savitch to help plan and to share your ideas.
WOMEN & SPIRITUALITY
Supper Program in the Sukkah
Monday, September 24, 5:00 pm
Our M'kor Shalom College Connection students are always in search of internship and employment opportunities during their school breaks and over the summer. If you have any opportunities (paid or unpaid) to share with our students, please e-mail the details to David Snyder.
Thursday, September 6, 7:00 pm
Volunteers age 12 & up are needed to cook meals for shelters in Camden. No experience needed. Limited space.
RSVP to Jonathan Maurer.
High Holy Day Food Drive
Wednesday, September 19
, at all Yom Kippur services
High Holy Day collections
are vital to the JFCS program to feed those in need. Collection bags will be available at Rosh Hashanah services.
Help make our house your home!
Get involved with our House Committee. We welcome anyone with ideas and/or skills to help us with many projects to keep our House beautiful and functioning smoothly. Contact
to our catalog is now available to congregants at:
Use this site (from any device - desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone) to see the treasures of the M'kor Shalom Library. Then stop in the library and check out your item. Search our collection 24/7. No login required. Contact
Board of Trustees Meetings
Wednesdays, August 22 & September 26, 7:30 pm
All congregants are encouraged to attend.
WiFi at M'kor Shalom
Click "mkorguest" and you're connected!
M'kor Shalom Job Bank
M'kor Shalom Help Wanted:
Webcasting Team Volunteers:
Help the effort to webcast our services to those who are homebound or cannot come to services in person. No experience needed. Contact
Send us your photos reflecting life at M'kor Shalom, including worship, study, good deeds, social events and more. Selected photos will be featured on the congregation's website,
page and lobby displays. Email photos to
M'kor Shalom Happenings On The Web
Be sure to
like us on Facebook
on Twitter. Tag us on Instagram!
. Share your M'kor Shalom moments & photos!
Gift Shop - Always New Items!
Stop in for all your gift-giving needs - Shabbat, holidays, engagements, weddings, new baby, B'nai Mitzvah, Confirmation, graduation and birthdays. Personalized wedding Ketubahs may be ordered. We also carry a large selection of beautiful tallitot.
Gift Cards Available In The Synagogue Office
ShopRite, Acme, Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond and Short Hills gift cards are always available in the synagogue office during regular office hours.
Recycle Your Empty Ink Jet and Laser Printer Cartridges! Old cell phones, too!
We have collection bins in both the main office and the school office. Drop off during regular office hours. These materials will be recycled and the congregation will receive a cash rebate. A win-win opportunity!
You can sign up online for any of the events listed above by clicking the registration link. If there is a fee, please pay using your Visa, MasterCard or PayPal account. If you pay by check, you will not be officially registered until your payment is received.
Thank you for using our online registration system, which will save you time and make it easier to sign up for events at M'kor Shalom. We hope you enjoy this new feature, and we also want to hear your feedback. You can send your feedback to