|February 2, 2017
||6 Shevat 5777
Friday, February 3rd
Rabbi Mitch Parker will officiate at Shabbat morning services.
10 a.m. Youth Room is open and staffed.
Kiddish Lunch is sponsored by:
Joanna and Jay Abramson,
Alissa Citron and Jeffrey Lupovitch, Susan and David Feber, Cathy and Michael Graub, Lori and Matt Orel, Karen and Howard Rosenberg, Susan Knoppow and David Saperstein, Sharon and Jerry Knoppow, Ilana Glazier and Lowell Schmeltz, and Jan and Henry Citron.
To help support Kiddush Lunch, please consider becoming part of a Kiddush Lunch Bunch Group or making a one-time donation to the Kiddush Lunch Fund. Please contact the synagogue office for details.
|YOUTH ACTIVITIES AND FAMILY ACTIVITIES
Shabbat Kulanu-Shabbat together for all!
Shabbat Morning Tot Shabbat and Youth Activities,
Shabbat Morning Teen Scene Dates for 2016-2017
2/11/17, 3/18/17, 4/8/17, 4/18/17, 5/20/17
These dates are for both Tot Shabbat (Ages 2-5) and Youth Ages 10-17.
All activities are in the lower level on Shabbat Morning beginning at 10:45 a.m.
GET READY FOR FAMILY CAMP 2017: MARCH 24-26, 2017
Taste a Treasure! Short Stories of S. Y. Agnon
Tuesday evenings at 7:30p.m. February 7, 14, 21, 28, led by Rabbi Berger
Thirty years ago, Shmuel Yosef Agnon was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature; he was the first (and so far the only) Israeli to win. His writing is lonely and spiritual, and sometimes Kafka-esque, and contains many rich allusions to Biblical and Rabbinic literature that are fun to uncover. We will read and discuss a few of his short stories, starting with Agadat Hasofer, "The Tale of the Scribe." All stories may be read in English. This exciting and informative class will be led by Rabbi Jonathan Berger.
RSVP to Mitch, email@example.com. There is no charge to attend.
LIMITED SPACE STILL AVAILABLE:
JEWISH HERITAGE TOUR OF SOUTHERN UNITED STATES MAY 14-19.
INTRODUCING . . . DATE NIGHT for parents of School-Age Children
Saturday Evenings, 8 p.m.
April 29 May 20
Mitch Parker will be leading learning sessions devoted to the History of Jerusalem. The last session will take place on the weekend before Yom Yerushalayim which this year will mark the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. Sessions will be hosted in member homes.
Saturday February 4th session will be hosted by
Leah and Joe Bernstein.
if you plan to attend.
Host homes are still needed for March, April and May. Please
e-mail David Saperstein
if you are interesting in hosting.
Talmud class with Mitch Parker
Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m., at the synagogue
We are currently studying Brachot, the first section of the Talmud. Interested? Contact Mitch:
2 Jerry & Gail Beale
9 Steven & Marlene Myers
If your birthday or anniversary information is not listed, please
email the synagogue
so we can update our records.
May Their Memories Be For a Blessing
2/2/2017 (6 Shevat) Walter M. Stark
2/3/2017 (7 Shevat) Rachel Orzach
2/5/2017 (9 Shevat) Lois Shirley Pappas
2/10/2017 (14 Shevat) David Agauas, Mel Rogoff
2/11/2017 (15 Shevat) Sylvia Berkowitz, Ted Berman, Dr. David Eisman
2/12/2017 (16 Shevat) Sheila Cohen, Harry Doneson
2/13/2017 (17 Shevat) Alvin Nusbaum
2/14/2017 (18 Shevat) Richard Reinherz
2/20/2017 (24 Shevat) Betty Crone
2/21/2017 (25 Shevat) Betty Ginsburg
2/22/2017 (26 Shevat) Joseph Langnas
2/27/2017 (1 Adar) Oscar Kuhn, Arnold Lada
2/28/2017 (2 Adar) Rabbi Julius Shuback
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