Weekly Shabbat Greeting
January 10, 2019
4 Shevat 5779
Friday, January 11th
6 p.m., Chapel
Saturday, January 12th
9 a.m., Sanctuary

Kiddush Lunch is sponsored by Debbie and Michael Balkin, Sue and Sandy Birnholtz, Nancy Benchell-Eisman and Jeffrey Eisman, Joan and Steve Freedman, Bernice Handler, Marla and David Weiss, David Pappas and Lisa Goldenberg.
Tu B'Shevat
Sunday, January 20th
at Congregation Beth Ahm
with B'nai Israel Synagogue

3:30-5 p.m. Family Seder
Join The Lorax as we learn about the importance of trees and taste special fruits, celebrating out connection to the world around us. NO NUTS will be served.
Event is free, but ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED by January 15th:
register online: www.cbahm.org/event/tbsfamilyseder or contact Tova Schreiber with questions: tschreiber@cbahm.org with questions.

5:30 p.m. Adult Seder
We will experience and explore the world around us tasting different Tu B'Shevat foods. This adult seder will include a light supper. NO NUTS will be served.
Event is free, but ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED by January 15th:
Questions: Contact Rabbi Steven Rubenstein: ravsteven@cbahm.org

Stitch your stress away
Calling all Stitchers! First Gathering
Sunday, January 20th, 1 p.m.,
at then home of Mechelle Bernard
Bring your current knitting, crochet, needlepoint or other project, pro come prepared to learn. RSVP to Mechelle: mbernard1026@gmail.com
Tomorrow: January 11th Debut: Shalom Shabbat
Thank you to the Knoppow/Saperstein family for hosting our first family to family Shabbat Dinner. Interested in joining them? Please contact Susan: susan@wowwritingworkshop.com
Tot shabbat
Returning in January: Tot Shabbat
January 19th, 11 a.m., Lower Level
Questions? Contact Joanna: joannaabramson@gmail.com
keep calm and eat shabbat lunch
Home Hospitality Shabbat Returns January 19th.
Looking for hosts and guests for home-hosted Shabbat Lunch. Please contact Cheryl Berlin if you are interested in participating. ACBerlin_MI@yahoo.com. Click here to host or be a guest.

SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, February 17th
Bowling at Country Lanes, 1 p.m.
Details coming soon.
Adult Learning Opportunities
Talmud Class with Rabbi Mitch Parker 
Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m., at the synagogue
We are currently studying Brachot, the first section of the Talmud. Interested? Contact Rabbi Parker .
11 Warren Robinson
Laurie Kimmel
12 Joanna Abramson
Joan Freedman
13 Kobi Schmeltz
18 Benjamin Schmeltz
Ehud Kapen
21 Gail Beale, Susan Feber
23 David Hundiak
25 Itzhak Elrom
29 Becky Bernard
31 Robin Pappas
11   Leah and Randall Gawel
15   Edith and Marvin Kozlowski
23   Elaine and Mark Segal
Mazel Tov
May Their Memories Be For a Blessing  

1/10/19 (4 Shevat)   Julius Wolfman, Lisa Goldstone
Marie Garnick, Morris Fishman, Nancy Lynn Precour
1/12/19 (6 Shevat)  Walter M. Stark
1/13/19 (7 Shevat)   Rachel Orzach
1/15/19 (9 Shevat)  Lois Shirley Pappas
1/20/19 (14 Shevat)  David Agauas, Mel Rogoff
1/21/19 (15 Shevat) David Eisman, Sylvia Berkowitz, Ted Berman
1/22/19 (16 Shevat) Harry Doneson, Sheila Cohen
1/23/19 (17 Shevat)  Alvin Nusbaum
1/24/19 (18 Shevat)  Richard Reinherz
1/25/19 (19 Shevat)  Molly Abrams
1/27/19 (21 Shevat)  Arlene Delidow
1/29/19 (23 Shevat)  Sophie Freed
1/30/19 (24 Shevat)   Betty Crone
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by purchasing a yahrtzeit plaque.   
B'nai Israel Synagogue is affiliated with USCJ
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
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