I have no idea if this is real or Photo-Shopped, but it is a great tribute to Justice Ginsburg either way!
How Are You? I really want to know.
Please reach out to me as I cannot possibly reach out to each of you. I welcome the opportunity for a quick check-in, for casual conversation or for something more serious.
Please call me or email me so we can arrange it. kas
We make special prayers for those who are ill at every Shabbat Morning service and during our Monday & Thursday Minyanim. Since the onset of the pandemic, we have been adding a special Mi SheBayrach for those who have contracted the coronavirus.
You can add a name (traditionally: Hebrew/Yiddish name and mother's Hebrew/Yiddish name, but we'll take English names and the names of those who are not Members of our Tribe) by calling or emailing me.
Or better yet: why not join us for the 9:00 am weekday morning minyan, and read the Psalm (in English) just before we include the name of your family member, friend or acquaintance in the Mi SheBayrach?
Our sidra begins with the song/poem that Moses introduced at the end of the last parasha. Through a variety of metaphors, God's faithfulness to the Israelites in the past and into the future is extolled. This contrasts with Israel's often-ungrateful behavior, which can only lead to destruction. Yet, God's mercy for his people will prevail; God can be trusted to rescue them ultimately.
At the conclusion of the song - for the final time - Moses stresses to the people the importance of observing God's Torah. He then ascends Mount Nebo, from where he will behold the Promised Land and spend his final moments.
ALL our Synagogue Prayer Services and Programs are conducted over ZOOM
You can participate in one of two ways
Dialing in - or -
Using internet access and a smartphone, tablet or computer
Do You Need to Obtain a Siddur? Please call or email me for details. kas
Do you need a CROSS-REFERENCE GUIDE to pages in the old Sim Shalom (Blue cover) for Shabbat and Holidays (when we are using Lev Shalem)?...
to the Weekday Services in Lev Shalem (when we are using the burgundy weekday Sim Shalom)?