Shabbat Inspiration, Worship and Weekend Schedule
Friday, November 19, 2021 / 15 Kislev 5782
Last Week's Challah Midrash
Jane Weintraub created a real work of art for Parshah Vayetzei showing Jacob’s life - including his dream of angels ascending a ladder, his travels from Luz and Harran, the well where Jacob first sees and falls in love with Rachel, his love triangle where he’s tricked into marrying Leah, and the 13 children that Jacob had: 12 boys (blue) and Dina (pink)! Find out more on our Challah Midrash instagram.
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Kabbalat Mitzvah

Eliana Philippe
Saturday, November 20
Parents: Kefira and Murat Philippe

Hi, my name is Eliana. I go to Haven Middle School. My favorite subject is social studies. When I'm not in school I like to hang out with my friends. My Kabbalat Mitzvah project is spreading awareness about composting. I chose that because saving our planet is very important to me. I'm looking forward to my Kabbalat Mitzvah because I will now be a Jewish adult. 
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Shabbat Ushers & Greeters Needed
So exciting to be back in-person and looking for ushers for Kabbalat Shabbat services every Friday night. Please contact Shlomit if you are available and would like to learn more. 
Receive Yahrzeit Notifications by Email
With a change in our database systems, we would like to take this opportunity to find out if you wish to receive notifications by email. Please contact Shlomit and let us know. Notices are sent two weeks prior to the yahrzeit. And if you wish to be notified on the Hebrew date, please let us know that as well.  
Worship Support
To access worship services virtually, please check the latest info/links on the online calendar. Please note that worship services are also posted on Facebook Live. Kabbalat Shabbat Livestream will include virtual t’filah to follow the service. If you don’t have a copy of Mishkan T’filah (siddur / prayerbook) at home for Kahal Shabbat morning services or Kabbalat Mitzvah services, you can get a free online flip book.