Weekly TAY & You
Mission Statement
Temple Adath Yeshurun,  an engaging, egalitarian Conservative congregation, provides the education, welcoming atmosphere and community that inspires its members to fulfill the words  of Isaiah: "For My House shall  be called a house of prayer for  all peoples." (Isaiah 56:7)
Service Times
Syracuse Conservative 
Daily Services

Sunday, 9 a.m. 
at Congregation Beth Sholom-Chevra Shas

Sunday 5:30 p.m. 
at Temple Adath Yeshurun

7:30 a.m.  and 5:30 p.m.

Shabbat Services
Friday, 5:30 pm
Kabbalat Shabbat service
Saturday, 9:15 a.m.
The pulpit flowers have been given in loving memory of Stuart Grossman, Victor and Marion Taylor, William and Celia Grossman, and Lydia Grossman by Joan Grossman and Family.

The kiddush has been given by Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood.
During Shabbat morning services, babysitting is available in Room 11.
Need to know Service Times?
You can find our service times 
on the cover of the printed 
TAY & You, in our digital TAY & You, on our website calendar (www.adath.org/calendar), or 
by calling the Temple Office 
at 315.445.0002 and 
pressing 2 for Service Times.

To sign up for text message 
alerts from  the REMIND system, please click the links below or follow the text instructions.

or text @morningser to 81010

or text @eveningse to 81010

**In the event that Shabbat Morning Services are canceled due to inclement weather, notification  will be sent out by email and will be listed on WSYR (News Channel 9).**
2018 Community Supported Agriculture

Pick up at RECC 
on Tuesdays between 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

What is Community 
Supported Agriculture?
Community members purchase 
a "farm share" for the growing season, which entitles them to 
a weekly share of the harvest throughout the season, grown 
by a farmer they know and trust.
Membership includes weekly produce, a weekly newsletter, recipes, and invitations to CSA workdays and farm events and 
the opportunity to enjoy the 
farm each week.

Old Fly Farm Shares
As a member of the farm, 
you will receive a weekly share 
of fresh vegetables throughout 
the harvest season. 
(June through October - 20 weeks).

A "Full Share" consists of 
8-12 different items of produce 
a week; enough to feed a household with 2 adults.

All members have access to seasonal Pick-Your-Own crops during pick-up at the farm: Flowers, fresh herbs, cherry tomatoes and more...

Share contents change with the seasons. The Spring shares contain lettuce, cooking greens, sugar snap peas, radishes and salad turnips. Summer shares contain more diversity as we welcome the arrival of tomatoes, squash, onions, garlic and carrots. The Fall crops come in and we dig root vegetables, harvest winter squash and leeks, and prepare for a bounty of broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and brussel sprouts.

Humash Etz Hayim Donations

We are taking donations  for the Humash Etz Hayim. Humash donations can be made: In honor of, in memory of, or in celebration of your loved ones. Please click here   to fill out  a digital form, or stop by  the Temple Office for a  paper copy.  Each book donation is $72.00.

Underwritten by the Leonard and Irwin Kamp Foundation
Donations of Mahzor Lev Shalem
We are now taking donations for mahzor Lev Shalem, our new High Holiday prayer book. Donations can be made: In honor of, in memory of, or in celebration of your loved ones. Please contact the Temple Office or click here to make a donation. Each book donation is $36.00.

Underwritten by the Leonard and Irwin Kamp Foundation
Worship provides sanctuary 
from everyday life.
Please keep the outside world
outside by refraining from
* talking  
* texting  
* video taping
from your phone or 
smartphone during  services 
and  on Shabbat or holidays.
Daily services, "minyan," have been having some tough times lately  getting the required 10 people. We're doing some thinking about daily  service times. Won't you please take about five minutes and  complete this survey to help our work?    https://tinyurl.com/TAY-dailyservices
Assistive Listening Devices are available for use in the Miron Family Chapel and Goldberg Sanctuary.
If you do not have a T-coil 
hearing aid, and need hearing enhancement, you may bring 
your own earbuds for use.
To request a unit, please speak to Barbara Simon or a Greeter.

Funded by the Leonard 
& Irwin Kamp Foundation.
Give us the Good News!
We'd love to include your good 
news in the next bulletin.  If you  have a simha to share with us, such as a special  birthday 
the birth of  a child or grandchild, 
an anniversary,  or a graduation, 
please  email info@adath.org.
To send a donation card, 
please call the  Temple Office 
at  315- 445 - 0002 or  email 
Donna Centers  at dcenters@adath.org.

Cards can be sent
- In Memory Of
- In Honor of
- Mazel tov
- Get Well

Regular - $10.00
Special - $18.00
Generous - $25.00+
Please inform the 
Temple Office if there 
are any changes to:

- Phone Number
- Mailing Address
- Email Address

We'd like to keep our records as up to date as possible.  You can contact the office  in person, via phone at  (315) 445 - 0002, or by 
email at info@adath.org.
Sisterhood provides the bimah  flowers for each Shabbat throughout  the year, all Yom tov  and the High Holy Days.  Your contributions have, in the past, sustained this important project.
Flower sponsorship  prices 
are as follows:
Shabbat: $60    
Yom Tov: $100 
High Holy Days: $300

Flowers may be donated for a specific date or occasion, such  as  a Yahrzeit, baby naming, Auf Ruf, graduation, anniversary, etc. 

To order flowers, please contact 
Robin Sisskind at 315-663-4201. 
Thank you for your continued support.

Main Office
(315) 445 - 0002

Fax Number
(315) 446 - 0667

Religious School
(315) 445 - 0038

Rothschild Early 
Childhood Center
(315) 445 - 0049

Paul S. Drazen

Charles S. Sherman
Rabbi Emeritus

Esa K. Jaffe
Baalat Tefillah
Interim Education Director

Barbara S. Simon
Executive Director

Chaim Jaffe
& Andrea Knoller
Temple Co-Presidents

Alison Bronstein
Sisterhood President

Jeffrey Joseph, M.D.
Men's Club President

JoAnn Grower
HAZAK President

Alicia C. Gross
Director,  Rothschild Early 
Childhood Center
Wayne Vohs
Building Superintendent
Sonali Y.W. McIntyre
Media & PR Coordinator
Temple Adath Yeshurun 
does not endorse any 
political party or candidate.
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Saturday, March 31, 2018                                                             15 Nisan 5778

Minha - 
following morning services
Sunday, April 1, 2018                                                             16 Nisan 5778

The Ethical Life: Jewish Values in an Age of Choice

From political and financial scandals to rapid progress in biomedical science and technology, the complex issues of modern society are, at their core, issues  of ethical and moral concern. Now more than ever, we require a solid understanding of how Jewish ethics can inform our discussions and decisions about the critical questions of the day. Judaism has a long history of wrestling with moral questions, responding to them in a way that considers all sides of an issue. 

This course for adult learners will be conducted by Rabbi Paul Drazen.  It includes videos featuring JTS faculty, other expert scholars, and  practitioners in the field; classical and contemporary texts. 

On the following Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm:   April 11, and May 9

For more information, please contact Rabbi Drazen at rabbidrazen@adath.org.
Book Discussion
The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry 
by Gabrielle Zevin
Sunday, April 22 at 10:45 am

The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry is an unforgettable
tale of transformation and second chances, an irresistible
affirmation of why we read, and why we love.
We are not quite novels. We are not quite short stories.
In the end, we are collected works .
~ A New York Times Bestseller ~

Find full details at camprothschild.org.

TAY hosts  Bar  Kocva, Israeli Artist
The Syracuse Jewish Community will celebrate Israel's 70th Independence Day at Temple Adath Yeshurun on Thursday, April 19 from 5:45 pm to 8:00 pm.  The celebration's organizers are thrilled to bring in Israeli artist  Bar   Kocva , who creates one-of-a-kind designed jewelry.   Kocva , a graduate of Israel's Bezalel School of Art in Jerusalem, crafts his pieces out of silver, gold, titanium, moon stone, opal, amber, mother of pearl, and more.     The Israeli Shuk will also feature original painting and serigraphs, Judaica pieces, glass, ceramics, and sculptures for sale from several Israeli artist whom Kocva supports.    The Shuk is open at Temple Adath Yeshurun (450 Kimber Road, Syracuse) on Wednesday, April 18 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, and again on Thursday, April 19 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.  Temple Adath Yeshurun requests that the community to use the main entrance under the canopy when visiting the Shuk.

SINGERS WANTED:   Our Temple Adath Yeshurun choir and the other temple choirs will be joining the  Syracuse Pops Chorus and Symphoria for a concert celebrating Yom Ha'atzmaut in April.   If you are a singer who loves choral music and wants to sing in parts with an orchestra,  you are invited to join us. Adults and teens  in grades 7-12 are welcome. 
Please contact Esa Jaffe, Ba'alat Tefillah  at ejaffe@adath.org for information and rehearsal schedule.

The Syracuse Jewish Community is going to Israel led by Rabbis Daniel Fellman, Evan Shore, Andrew Pepperstone, and Paul Drazen from October 21 to November 1, 2018.

The Bond of Life - Yahrzeit
March 31 - April 6 / 15 Nisan - 21 Nisan
Benjamin Biron
Rosalind Carmen
Sidney Carmen
Pearl Goldberg
Gertrude Kamp
Joseph Kaplan
Molly Katz
Joyce Muriel Nierenberg
Joseph Ochacher
Caroline Perl
Sarah Martha Ribyat
Michelle Renee Schotz
Julius Shapero
William Sirkin
Yetta Kopelowich Sirlin
Mollie Titlebaum
Herman Zeitlin
Minnie Ziegler
Dorothy R. Bright
Dr. David Cheris
Sophye Goldblatt
David Goldman
Samuel Grossman
Sarah Levy
Benjamin Morris
Anne Perlman
Belle Silverstein
Anna Trotzky
Larry Ziegler
Frances Hafter Hoffman
Faye Hollander
Harold Kauffman
Joseph Lipsy
Isadore Nass
William Poster
Julius Poushter
Dr. Philip H. Rakov
Harvey Rosenthal
Harry Rothenberg
Esther Weisenberg
Leonard M. Bergere
Robert E. Billinson
Gertrude Buff
Sylvia Koldin Burdick
Goldie Ergort
Mary Foldes
Charles William Grodsky
Haiman Kaitz
Sara Kassel
Samuel Katz
Max Kramer
Rose Shapero Marwell
Libbie Poushter
Lena Siegler
Anna Silverman
Etta R. Shimberg Steinberg
Sylvia Blumkin Brownstein
Pauline Minkin
Roslyn Mosner
Elsie M. Rosenblatt
Esther "Bobbi" Sadow
Ann Renert Schwartz
Frances B. Silverstein
Benjamin Stolusky
Ida Tecler
Minnie Winkelstein
George Billinson
Fred Bosch
Etta Hannah Glick
Donald H. Holstein
Lt. Morris Kantor
Molly H. Meltzer
Harry Ozinsky
Ida M. Rubenstein
Sam Siegel
Florence Stern
Sylvia Blank
Howard Bragman
Sarah Brown
Anna Cohen
Joseph Markowitz
Marion Frank Schoenwald
Dr. Jerome Wayne
Abraham Zagin

This week, the Temple Adath community notes with sadness the death of:

Ruth Trachtenberg Mizruchi

May her family find comfort among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
2 Great Ways to Support Temple Adath Yeshurun
While Shopping on Amazon.com!
When  you shop at AmazonSmile ( smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation 
will donate 0.5%  of the price of eligible purchases to  Temple   Adath  Yeshurun.  To register  Temple   Adath  Yeshurun as your designated charitable organization, 
go to  smile.amazon.com  and search for  Temple   Adath  Yeshurun (Syracuse, NY)
in the search bar, and then click the select button.  
It is as simple as that!  Thank you for your continued support.

Any Amazon purchase  you make by first entering through the TAY website, 
regardless of the price, will provide resources for TAY.  It's a win/win - in three easy steps. 

1. Go to our TAY website, www.adath.org you  will find an Amazon icon at the bottom right corner.


2.  Click on the Amazon icon, which will bring  you to the homepage of Amazon .

3.  After  you get to the Amazon website, search & purchase your items like  you  normally would.

Remember, you must enter through our  TAY website in 
order for us to benefit from this program.

Temple Adath Yeshurun
450 Kimber Road
Syracuse, NY 13224
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