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
(through June 30, 2018)
*Please note the change in times*

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

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

**7:15 a.m.  and 5:30 p.m.

Shabbat Services

Friday, 5:30 pm
Kabbalat Shabbat service

Saturday, 9:15 a.m.
Shabbat Morning Services

Saturday, **Mincha will follow Shabbat Morning Services (beginning at approximately 12:15 pm).  There will be no Saturday evening services, through May.
The pulpit flowers have been given in honor of Rachel Alpert becoming a Bat Mitzvah by her parents Drs. Tracy and Samuel Alpert.

The kiddush has been given in honor of Rachel Alpert becoming a Bat Mitzvah by her parents Drs. Tracy and Samuel Alpert.
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.
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.

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, May 5, 2018 | 20 Iyar 5778


Through the month of June,  daily morning services (Monday through Friday) will begin  at 7:15 am.  
Also, Minha will follow Shabbat Morning Services 
on Saturdays, and will begin at approximately 12:15 pm.  
There will not be evening services on Saturdays, through June,
with the exception of May 19 - Erev Shavuot.


Pause Button - Saturday, June 16

Services begin at 9:15 am, pause at 9:45 am for snack, study, 
and singing, and then back to complete the service.

Submit your ideas for the next Pause Button topic
to Rabbi Drazen at rabbidrazen@adath.org.
2018 Book of Remembrance
   One of the most moving moments in Jewish life comes for many of us during the High Holy Day season when, as a congregation, we individually and collectively recall family and friends who are no longer with us. A TAY tradition that helps us to fulfill the mitzvah of remembering our departed loved ones is our  Sefer Hazikaron , our Book of Remembrance. 
   The annual Book of Remembrance is now being compiled. If you memorialized names in the 2017 book, you should have already received a renewal card in the mail. If you would like to list names for the first time in the 2018 book, please contact the Temple office at (315) 445 - 0002.
   The completed card and payment must reach the Temple office on or before June 29, 2018. Thank you for your continued support of this meaningful project.
Volunteers needed. For more information, contact Joan Lowenstein.

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.

There will be an informational session
at TAY on Monday, May 7 at 7:45 pm.

Find full details at camprothschild.org.

The Bond of Life - Yahrzeit
May 5 - May 11 / 20 Iyar - 26 Iyar
Paul Fuchsman
Aaron Glazer
Abraham Goldman
Frances Goodman
Solomon Lynne
Frances Smith
Dveira G. Stolusky
Harry B. Stone
Ethel A. Given
Charlotte Markson Gordon
Reuben Greenhouse
Irving Herzog
Anna T. Horwitz
Lillian Katz
Evelyn Lipson
Elias Lutvak
Sophia Rivkin
Max Rosenbloom
Anna Serling
Florence Shprintzen
Irving Silverstein
Joseph Slosberg
Simon Arlen
Theodore Borsky
Ben Choroser
Bernard S. Cohen
Moshe Ferber
Max N. Finkelstein
Ernst L. Guthmann
Max Lichtman
Mollie K. Lockmyer
Shlomo Zalman Rubinstein
Mollie Sirkin
Samuel Tallent
Beatrice Winkelstein
Herbert Zohler
Bernard L. Alderman
Beatrice Alper Daniels
Anne A. Gavenda
Sidney Joffe
Sadye Koplovitz
Louis Kupperman
Kenneth B. Marquisee
Adrian Nackman
Fannie Plant
Bluma Rifkin
Morris Buck
Rose Cohen
Joseph Gartner
Abraham I. Gavenda
Ronald Greenhouse
Emanuel V. Kay
Sharilyn H. Latker
Maurice Levine
Frieda Pearson
Anna Wolfe Rudolph
Frieda Pine Tessler
Rachel Wallace
Michael "Mike" Alpern
Lily A. Benveniste
Bernard Dulzer
Rebecca Frank
Doris Gilbert
Rachel Elizabeth Hinshaw
Bertram J. Knoller
Jennie Alderman Lavine
Dr. Harry Muller
Theresa Muller
Jerry Roberts
Joel S. Rothschild
Nathan Rubenstein
Esther Solomon
Bessie Buck
Anna R. Cohen
Ruth Cohen
Anna Gartner
Gertrude Gold
Alfred Goldstein
David Goldstein
Stanley Kodish
Simon W. Rubin
Stanley Semel
Fannie D. Siegler
Joan Slotnick
Esther Weisberg

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.

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450 Kimber Road
Syracuse, NY 13224
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