GEMILUTH CHASSODIM
TEMPLE INSIDER
ON THE TEMPLE CALENDAR 

For this Week of June 24, 2022

Our volunteer for Shabbat Services
Friday, June 24th 
has been exposed to COVID
and therefore will not be able to lead services.

Services are therefore cancelled.

  

Rabbi on vacation

Sunday, June 19th - Sunday, June 26th

This Weeks Torah Portion

The Eternal One spoke to Moses, saying, "Send emissaries to scout the land of Canaan, which I am giving to the Israelite people; send one man from each of their ancestral tribes, each one a chieftain among them." -
Numbers 13:1--15:41

  • Moses sends twelve spies to the Land of Israel to report on the inhabitants and the country. Despite the positive report of Joshua and Caleb, the people are frightened. (13:1–14:10)

  • God threatens to wipe out the Children of Israel but relents when Moses intercedes on their behalf. To punish the people, God announces that all those who left Egypt would not enter the Land of Israel except for Joshua and Caleb. (14:11–45)

  • Moses instructs the Israelites regarding setting aside challah, the observance of the Sabbath, how to treat strangers, and the laws of tzitzit. (15:1–41)



Our Congregation Lovingly Remembers...

WEEK ENDING JUNE 25
 
Nanette S. Dampf
Rosa Landau Heuman
Meyer Meyer
Hassel Sackman
Mary Jane M. Williams
*Joel Hirsch
*Mires Carl Gehr
William Gehr
Edward Hewitt Clapham
*Mary Anna Lisso Nachman
Anna B. Lipsey
Henry Schuman
*Elaine Goldberg Meyer
Charles Weiss
*Marvin Caplan
*Harryette Brookner Altman
Myron B. Lasker
*Roy J. Young
*Bernard (Sonny) Bindursky
Pauline Michael
*Mitchel Newstadt
*Evelyn O’Brasky
Charles “Hook” Robinson



*A light will burn on our bronze Memorial board

May their memories be for a blessing

OUR TEMPLE COMMUNITY PRAYS FOR
THE HEALING OF BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT



We pray for healing and to ease the suffering of those in Ukraine, those with chronic disease, those fighting addictions, those suffering from depression and mental illness

and for the healing of

Phyllis Berenhaus
Mary Beth Caplan
Richard Caplan
Margorie Gilberg
Susan Israel
Karen Klein
Ellen Moore
Jami Mykoff
John Texada
Michele Wahlder

Please visit our website section 'HEALING PRAYERS' linked below for the prayer for healing, Mi Shebeirach as recorded by our Rabbi Cantor Raina Siroty. https://www.jewishtemple.org/healing-prayers

*If anyone knows of someone who is in need of a Mi Shebeirach prayer, please email the rabbi and she will mention their name in our bulletin, as well as at Friday night services. Their names will continue to be mentioned and listed until it is requested that their name be removed.
Stephen Katz • June 1
Janet Wellan • June 2
Hahva Stroderd • June 3
William Zeichner • June 3
Norrine Caplan  • June 15
Marlee Ginsburgh • June 17
Dan Cohn • June 19
Betty Ann Dozar • June 19
Sam Caplan • June 22
Leah Kaplan  •  June 24
Emma Abrams • June 27
Ted Silver • June 30
Betty Fay & Buddy Lipsey • June 5
Sharon & Art Williams • June 6
Beverly & Leo Lowentritt •  June 18
Louise & John Simon • June 22
Karen & Marc Klein  • June 28

June 2022 Calendar

Sunday, June 19th - June 26th  Rabbi on vacation

Friday, June 24th- No Shabbat Service This Week

Thursday, June 30th-Movie Night 6:00 pm
“Denial” Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irvine, a renowned denier, sues her for libel.

Friday, July 1st- Shabbat Services and oneg 6:00 pm
COMING UP MOVIE NIGHT
Thursday, June 30 at 6pm
DENIAL
Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irvine, a renowned denier, sues her for libel.


Starring




Please join us in the sanctuary or on Zoom
for Shabbat Services followed by an Oneg.

next Friday July 1, at 6pm 



Meeting ID: 251 868 1038 

Password: 001859 


LEND A HAND

The Temple is providing 3 workers 
the 2nd Saturday of every month
11:00am-1:15pm

Manna House
2655 Lee Street

Please text Pam Rubin, at 318 792-0078 
for schedule if you’re available to help out.

Thank you

Our Tree of Life



A leaf on our Tree of Life is a wonderful way to honor family and friends.

HOLIDAYS, BIRTHDAYS-BAT/BAR MITZVAHS-ANNIVERSARIES- BABY NAMINGS- SPECIAL LIFE EVENTS

A leaf is $150.00 and can be given by one or more people. 

  Contact: Kim Bindursky
  318 613-1647 



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IF YOU WOULD LIKE ANYTHING ADDED
TO OUR BULLETIN or ANNOUNCEMENTS,
PLEASE LET THE RABBI KNOW by WEDNESDAY EACH WEEK.


HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 is to guarantee patient privacy, which is good for the patient because it protects their confidentiality, but not very helpful when the Temple is trying to find patients. Please do not assume that we know you are in the hospital or that the Chaplains Office has contacted the Temple or the Rabbi, even if a chaplain has visited you. PLEASE, I want to be able to visit you. I want to be able to offer you the solace and perspective of our tradition. The Temple wants to let you know that we care, but that can only happen when we know where you are. 

Thank you,

Rabbi Siroty
Congregation Gemiluth Chassodim | 318.445.3655
Rabbi Cantor Raina Siroty