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KABBALAT SHABBAT
Erev Sukkot
Friday, October 2
  5:30 p.m.  
                                             via Zoom

15 Tishrei - Light Shabbat candles at 5:52 p.m. 


Shabbat keeps us grounded. It helps us mark time, it comforts us, it connects us to our families and generations past, present and future... 
 
Join us to welcome Shabbat!


This Friday, October 2nd, we will be coming into your homes once again via Zoom beginning at 5:30 pm. These are shorter than usual services featuring Rabbi, Erica and Scott. The Power Point slides will be viewable to you to follow along if you don't have your own copy of Gates of Prayer for Shabbat and Weekdays.
 
A Zoom link will be sent on Thursday to all congregants and we ask for you to please RSVP to Renee. For our non-members who receive our Connections and wish to join us for Kabbalat Shabbat, please message Renee,        info@congregationkehillah.org for this link. 


Shabbat Shalom

BAT MITZVAH
Saturday, October 3rd
10:00 a.m.
va Zoom

Please join Alexa Hendricksen for the occasion of her Bat Mitzvah! Alex is the daughter of Russ and Karyn Hendricksen and the older sister of Stella. Please 
RSVP to Renee by Thursday, October 1st. A Zoom link will be emailed out only to those who have RSVP'd.


SAVE THE DATE FOR A SUKKOT TOUR WITH.....JOSH HARTUV
Sunday, October 4
11:30 a.m.
via Zoom

Josh Hartuv, a licensed Israeli tour guide, was one of the first guides to develop virtual tours when COVID-19 struck. The goal of his virtual experiences is to use the medium of the internet to bring Israel to life in ways that are actually impossible in person.

Josh grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, and made aliya at age 22 to enlist in the Paratroopers as a lone soldier. He loves to show people of all ages and from all over the world his favorite sites and to tell the stories that make this land so fascinating.


                                          
Erica and Jared's videos for Shabbat candle lighting, Kiddush and Motzi:

Thank you to Erica and Jared for welcoming us in their home. Erica mentions some of the reasons we have two loaves of challah on Shabbat, to which we add that there are two commandments regarding Shabbat in the Torah: Shamor (Keep Shabbat) and Zachor (Remember Shabbat). We hear these in L'cha Dodi, too, when we learn that these two commandments were given in one breath!
 
Blessing for Shabbat Candlelighting
https://youtu.be/OXkHhMxY68I
Blessing over Shabbat candles
Blessing over Shabbat candles
 
Kiddush 
https://youtu.be/v7xD2jiMKd4
Kiddush - Blessing Over Wine/Grape Juice
Kiddush - Blessing Over Wine/Grape Juice
 
Motzi
https://youtu.be/e0b5zdkpCic
Motzi - Blessing Over Challah
Motzi - Blessing Over Challah