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September 7, 2017
Rabbi Fellman's Video 

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Service Times for This Week

Friday, September 8: 
6:00 pm -  Shabbat  Service 

Saturday, September 9:
09:00 am - Group Discussion
10:00 am - Torah Study
11:00 am - Shabbat Service
This Week's Calendar Events

Our aim is for you to have access to all events at Temple Concord.
Please follow this Calendar link  Temple Concord Calendar
Yahrzeit Readings

The names published here are those for whom memorial plaques or Golden Book entries have been purchased. These names will be read aloud at Friday night Shabbat services on the week immediately preceding the anniversary of the death on the English calendar. For more information on purchasing perpetual memorials, contact  Diane
P eter Craig Alderman
CDR Eugene B Berger
Abraham Berkowitz
Shirley Doroff
Rodney L Frank
Bernard Barnett Given
Lena Goldberg
Samuel H Greene
Marcus Heiman
Louis L Hurwitz
Nellie Joel
Edward Kleeman
Leona Serling Kosoff
Simon J Marquisee
Phoebe H Marshall
Mary Rose
Abe Rose
J. Robert Rubin
Lee L Rudolph
Rachel G Sachs
Irving P Schwartzman
marian shoudy
Sarah N Silverstein
Dorothy Bassel Sporn Smith
J. Jeffrey Solomon
Julian Davis Stone
Irving Weintraub
Dora Zurett
Please follow the links below for additional information pertaining to a particular event

As the High Holy Days are upon us, we will be sharing pertinent information with you.  
Please watch the mail as we have sent out the Holiday mailing which will include the  2017-2018 Program Guide.

High Holy Day Service Schedule
Click here to access the schedule

Roll of Remembrance
Should you choose to honor your loved ones  in this year's Roll of Remembrance, please ensure that  we receive your submission by no later than Friday, September 8, 2017.
Please follow this link to access  the Roll of Remembrance form and  return the completed form to  Diane Sacks at email: office@templeconcord.org or mail to:  Temple Concord, 910 Madison Street, Syracuse, NY 13210

Sunday, September 10, 2017
@ 9:30 am


Sunday, September 10, 2017 @ 9:30 am

"How did WE get here?" 
a presentation and discussion on the history of the 
Syracuse Jewish community with Marty Miller. 

Rivermist Ensemble
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
@ 7:00 pm

Rivermist Ensemble consists of Geraldine Izzo, piano, Chris Stewart, oboe and sax, and Ron Stewart, trumpet. 
Repertoire includes works from the Baroque through Contemporary periods. 
The group has performed throughout the Greater Central New York area for the past four years.

Prepare for the High Holy Days by exploring sacred texts
with Rabbi Daniel Fellman
Tuesdays, September 12th and 19th
at 12:30 pm in the Library
Join us on Thursday, 
November 2, 2017, at 6 pm
at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown Grand Ballroom
as we celebrate Temple Concord and our community with 
cocktails, dinner, dancing and "Mensch of the Year" recognition.
10% of the evening's proceeds will benefit InterFaith Works. Invitations will be mailed in late September but enjoy this preview of one of our "Mensch" honorees. Watch for the next one in about a week.
NYS Assembly Member
129th Assembly District
Assemblyman Bill Magnarelli represents the 129 th Assembly District, which includes the Northside, Westside, Eastwood, Valley and Downtown areas of the City of Syracuse, as well as the Town of Geddes, including the Village of Solvay, and the Town of Van Buren, including a portion of the Village of Baldwinsville.  He first won election in 1998 for an open Assembly seat and was re-elected every two years through 2016.
During his terms in office, Assemblyman Magnarelli has focused his efforts on bringing more jobs to Central New York, lowering taxes, providing our students a better education at every level, improving our access to healthcare, keeping our families safe and supporting our Veterans.
Some of Assemblyman Magnarelli's most notable accomplishments include: 
CLICK HERE FOR MORE  ..............

"It's Not Your Mother's Manichewitz" wine tour
The Sisterhood of Temple Concord  is organizing a Seneca Lake winery and brewery tour on Sunday, October 22.  
The plan is to leave Temple at 9:30, head to Barnstormer's Winery (owned by Temple members Art and Nancy Bronstein's son, Scott), a brewery and then another winery, if there's time.  We will be having lunch along the way, too.  We will plan to return to Temple at about 3:30.  Transportation will either be by tour bus or carpool. 
Everyone in the Temple community and their friends and families are invited. If you haven't been to Seneca Lake in the Fall, or it's been awhile and you've been wanting to go back, here's your opportunity.  
We will need to get a "head count" by mid-September in order to plan transportation and because the Barnstormer Winery needs to know numbers of "tasters" ahead of time.
If you are interested, please E-mail Ellyn Roloff at egr.dec@outlook.com or Bonnie Leff at   bonniesleff@gmail.com.  It will be a lot of fun and we hope you can join us!
Please follow the links below for additional information pertaining to a particular event

JMAC website:  syracusejewishfestival.org
Sunday, September 10, 2017
Sam Pomeranz Jewish Community Center


The Keyna Hora Klezmer Band will be the premiere scheduled event at the 18th Annual Jewish Music and Culture Festival on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 12:00 NOON at the Jewish Community Center. 
Come to the DRAWING TABLE in front of the stage between 11:30am-12:00 noon to receive your FREE drawing ticket, then stay for the show! Winning tickets (2) will be drawn immediately following the Keyna Hora performance.

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