What's Nu?
Parashat Ki Tavo       
September 21 -  October 12, 2019
 
21 Elul 5779 - 13 Tishrei  5780
Happy New Year! 
 
Due to the holidays, this is a revised schedule for What's Nu:

* This issue of What's Nu lists events through Saturday, October 12 which includes
   information for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
* The next issue of What's Nu will be published on Friday, October 11 and will list
   events through Saturday, October 25 and will include information for Erev Sukkot    
   through Simchat Torah.  
        
* Regular Friday distribution resumes on November 1, 2019.

As always, visit www.templeemeth.org for additional information.  
   







Saturday, September 21
at 8:45 pm




Wishing you and your family
a Happy, Healthy and Peaceful
New Year





Join us for Tashlich on
Monday, September 30 at 4:30 pm
Larz Anderson Park  
 
 
 
 
   
 
 

Week at a Glance
Saturday, September 21
Services: 9:30 am 
Mincha/Maariv: 6:35 pm
Selichot Program and Service: 8:45 pm 

Sunday, September 22
Services: 8:30 am & 6:00 pm 
Binah B'emet Rosh Hashanah Family Program: 10:00 am 
 
Monday, September 23
Services 7:00 am & 7:00 pm  
                 
Tuesday, September 24
Services: 7:00 am & 7:00 pm
Hebrew for Adults: 8:30 am
Adult Education with Dr. Davin Wolok: 7:30 pm

Wednesday, September 25
Services: 7:00 am & 7:00 pm
 
Thursday, September 26
Services: 7:00 am & 7:00 pm
Israeli Dancing with Pazit Lahav: 7:30 pm 
 
Friday, September 27
Services: 7:00 am  
Kabbalat Shabbat: 6:00 pm  
 
Saturday, September 28
Services: 9:30 am
Mincha/Maariv: 6:25 pm

Sunday, September 29
Services: 8:30 am  
NO BINAH B'EMET  
NO KACHOL-LAVAN 
Erev Rosh Hashanah 
Services: 6:30 pm  
Monday, September 30
Rosh Hashanah - First Day
Early Service: 8:00 am-11:00 am   
Alternative Service: 9:00 am-1:00 pm 
Family Service (Ages 3-6 with parents): 9:30 am-11:00 am 
Youth Services: 9:00 am-11:00 am  
Late Service: 11:45 am    
Tashlich: 4:30 pm
Evening Services: 6:30 pm    
            
Tuesday, October 1 
Rosh Hashanah - Second Day
Combined Service
Morning Service: 9:30 am Open Seating 
Alternative Service: 9:00 am-1:00 pm 
Evening Service: 6:30 pm  
 
Wednesday, October 2 
Services: 7:00 am & 7:00 pm

Thursday, October 3

Services: 7:00 am & 7:00 pm
Israeli Dancing with Pazit Lahav: 7:30 pm
 
Friday,  October 4
Services:
7:00 am
Kabbalat Shabbat: 6:00 pm
 
Saturday, October 5 
Services: 9:30 am 
Mincha/Maariv: 6:10 pm
 
Sunday, October 6 
Services: 8:30 am & 6:00 pm  
Binah B'emet: 9:00 am  
Monday, October 7 
Services 7:00 am & 7:00 pm  
                    
Tuesday, October 8 
Services: 7:00 am
Special Mincha: 3:00 pm     
Kol Nidre  
Combined Service: 6:00 pm - Open Seating
 
Wednesday, October 9 
Yom Kippur
Early Service: 8:00 am
Traditional Alternative Service: 9:30 am  
Family Service (Ages 3-6 with parents): 10:00 am
Youth Service: 9:30 am   
Late Service: 12:00 noon  
Yom Kippur Forum: 3:15 pm 
Mincha: 4:30 pm  
Neilah & Maariv: 5:30 pm - Open Seating   
"First Bite" Following Maariv Service 
 
Thursday, October 10 
Services: 7:00 am & 7:00 pm
Israeli Dancing with Pazit Lahav: 7:30 pm 
 
Friday, October 11 
Services: 7:00 am  
Kabbalat Shabbat: 6:00 pm  
 
Saturday, October 12 
Services: 9:30 am
Mincha/Maariv: 6:00 pm   
 
 
Temple Emeth welcomes our Cantorial intern, Jana Schachter.   
A third year student in Hebrew College's COSEL (Cantorial Ordination for Spiritual and Educational Leadership), Jana is originally from New Jersey.  She is a seasoned Torah reader, has studied at Pardes in Jerusalem and recently served as the Educational Intern at Temple Ohabei Shalom. She is excited to be
a part of the Emeth community and we are excited to have her join us!! 
 
 
Selichot: Texts and Song of Renewal Selichot
Saturday, September 21 at 8:45 pm
 
8:45 pm - Study  
" To Gaze at the Beauty of Adonai: Beauty, Wonder, and Desire in Psalm 27"
Join Cantor Michael McCloskey as we explore Psalm 27, recited every day from the beginning of the month of Elul until the end of Sukkot. What does this text each us regarding inner light, resilience, and the appreciation of beauty and renewed wonder? We will examine the language and poetry of the psalm, its calendrical context, and also engage with it through the lenses of classical and mystical commentators. 
 
10:00 pm - Song
Selichot Service and Dedication of Memorial Plaques
Our service is led by Rabbi Turetz and Cantor Michael, with music by some of the greatest cantorial composers, including Eliezer Gerovitsch, David Putterman, Shalom Secunda, and Shlomo Ravitz, and our music directors Morris Bleiwas (may his name be for a blessing) and Gennady Konnikov.  
 
Selichot are prayers of penitence. Each of these liturgical poems explores the motif of Moses pleading for mercy on behalf of the Jewish people after the worship of the Golden Calf. Because of his compassionate plea for the Israelites, our greatest prophet and teacher was given the "Thirteen Attributes," a Divine name that causes the Holy Blessed One to ascend from the throne of judgement to the higher throne of compassion.
 
All are invited to this solemn and meaningful service. 
 
 
Memorial ServiceMemorialService
Sunday, September 22 at 9:30 am

Our annual High Holy Day Memorial Service will be held on the grounds of the Temple Emeth Memorial Park, 776 Baker Street, West Roxbury. This brief service, led by Rabbi Turetz, is open to all who wish to commemorate the memories of their loved ones and is particularly appropriate during the High Holy Day season.

We invite the community to join us for this time-honored tradition.
 
The High Holiday Blast:
A Binah B'emet Family Program FamilyProgram 
Sunday, September 22 from 10:00 am - 12:00 noon

What does the shofar say when you are unable to hear it? 
Bring the children (ages 2-10) for a morning of Rosh Hashanah experience, arts & crafts. Featuring a very special program - learning to hear the shofar in a new way. We hope you have made your reservations.   
 
tashlich
Tashlich tashlich
Monday, September 30 at 4:30 pm

Tashlich (to cast away) is observed on the first day of Rosh Hashanah. Please join us for this meaningful and joyous family-friendly service where we symbolically cast away our sins, in the form of bread crumbs, into the water. Children are encouraged to attend. We will meet at Larz Anderson Park at the water pond. Park in Goddard Avenue lot and walk down to the lake. 
 
sisterhood book club
Sisterhood Book Club bookclub 
Monday, October 7 at 10:00 am

Join us for our book club meeting. Ellie Smith will review Kaddish.com by Nathan Englander.  We will meet in the Conference Room. All are invited for coffee and conversation.  
Upcoming Events
Sunday, October 13
NO SCHOOL
Erev Sukkot - Services: 6:00 pm

Monday, October 14
Sukkot - First Day
Services: 9:30 am & 6:00 pm

Tuesday, October 15
Sukkot - Second Day
Services: 9:30 am & 6:00 pm

Saturday, October 19
Bash in the Booth: 5:30 pm

Sunday, October 20
Hoshanah Rabbah
Services: 8:30 am
NO SCHOOL
Erev Shemini Atzeret
Services 6:00 pm
 
Monday, October 21 
Shemini Atzeret - Services: 7:00 am & 9:30 am
Yizkor at morning services:
Erev Simchat Torah
Services and Simchat Torah Celebration: 6:00 pm
 
Bash in the Booth BashintheBooth 
Saturday, October 19  from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

You are invited to Temple Emeth's...
Bash in the Booth, Hang out in the Hut, Sukkot Selebration!
in the Temple Emeth Sukkah 
  • 5:30 pm   Light Dinner 
  • 6:00 pm   Children's Sukkot Program 
  • 6:45 pm   Havdalah & Dessert
  • 7:00 pm   Shiur (learning session) in the Sukkah with Cantor McCloskey
Please RSVP at www.templeemeth.org by October 15
Temple Emeth members: No charge 
Non-members: $15 per person - RSVP here
Mincha at 12:30 pm; Short Ma'ariv with Havdalah in the Sukkah at 6:45 pm   
 
 
 
Simchat Torah Celebration SimchatTorah
Monday, October 21 at 6:00 pm

Join us on Erev Simchat Torah for a Family Service and Special Celebration at 6:00 pm with:
          • Hakafot   
          • Unrolling the Torah
          • Live music
          • Kid's Goody Bags and Activity
7:30 pm:  Dessert & Sundae Bar.   RSVP by October 16 at www.templeemeth.org 
 
Ongoing Programs
 Kachol-Lavan (Blue and White) - Israeli  
 Dance Troupe Kachol-lavan 
 Sundays from 11:00 am - 12:00 noon            
  
Join the Israeli dance troupe for boys and girls, ages 8-12. "Blue and White" is a professional and fun Israeli dance troupe taught by Pazit Lahav. The troupe will perform at local community festivals.  
 
For more information contact Pazit at: 617-690-9912, or brooklinefolkdancing@gmail.com
 
Hebrew for Adults HebrewforAdults 
Tuesdays at 8:30 am

Master teacher, Myril Adler, engages students in the study of Hebrew
through the Siddur with the aim of becoming more familiar with synagogue and home liturgy. The class explores a variety of topics including holidays,  Jewish History and Torah. Beginning readers especially welcome.

 
 
Join Dr. Davin Wolok and Cantor Michael McCloskey as we explore the importance of legacy and our role within the world in Judaism. The theme of the year is the Jewish Pride Curriculum and explores the Great Ideas our civilization gave the world.  These will include but will not be limited to:
  • The weekend
  • Payday (paying employees on time)
  • Charitable giving
  • Ecology (Animal Rights, Urban Greenbelt, Crop Rotation)
  • Compulsory Education, Class Size Limits and Adult Education
  • Asylum and Protection of Disenfranchised
  • Census
The group will meet every Thursday at 8:10 am for 50 minutes over light breakfast and coffee.

Contribute to Temple Emeth
Gifts to Temple Emeth supplement traditional membership dues and fees and help us to provide a wide range of educational, cultural and religious programs. You can help! Please consider sponsoring a kiddush, beautifying the Sanctuary with bimah flowers, or purchasing a simcha leaf or memorial plaque, among other giving opportunities.

More details are on our website. To make a contribution, click here. Thank you!
 

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