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Shir Chadash Weekly Newsletter
August 31 - September 7, 2018
Selichot, Saturday September 1st, click here for details
Looking Ahead!
Friday, August 31st
12:00 pm , Yizkor Book deadline

Saturday, September 1st
9:30 am , Bar Mitzvah of Taj Oberhelman followed by Kiddush lunch sponsored by Taj's grandparents, Susan & Kishin Mirpuri

10:30 am , Family Shabbat, Mini Minyan & Jr Congregation

4:00 pm , Last Shul Pool at the Metairie JCC

8:30 pm , Havdallah/Ma'ariv, Panel Discussion and Selichot

Sunday, September 2nd
9:15 am , Minyan followed by Men's Club breakfast

10:00 am , Intro to Judaism Class

Monday, September 3rd-Office Closed Labor Day

Tuesday, September 4th
11:00 am , Lunch and Learn

Wednesday, September 5th
7:00 am , Minyan followed by breakfast

Friday, September 7th
6:15 pm , Friday Night Services

Saturday, September 8th
9:30 am , Shabbat Services followed by Kiddush lunch

10:30 am , Learning to Lead for ages 7-12

Sunday, September 9th - Erev Rosh Hashanah
9:15 am , Minyan followed by Men's Club breakfast

8:00 pm , Evening Service followed by dessert reception sponsored by the Past Presidents of Sisterhood

Monday, September 10th-Rosh Hashanah
8:30 am , Rosh Hashanah Morning Service

5:45 pm , Tashlich (meet at Rabbi's house)

6:45 pm , Minchah/Ma'ariv at the synagogue

Tuesday, September 11th-Rosh Hashanah
8:30 am , Rosh Hashanah Morning Service

6:45 pm , Minchah/Ma'ariv

Wednesday, September 12th
7:00 am , Minyan (Fast of Gedaliah, no breakfast)

Thursday, September 13th
7:00 am , Yahrzeit minyan for Lisa Finkelstein's father, Sidney Aron

Friday, September 14th
6:15 pm , Friday night Service

High Holiday Information here
Parashat Ki Tavo - Bar Mitzvah of Taj Oberhelman
Torah: Deuteronomy 26:12-28:6
Haftarah: Isaiah 60:1-22
High Holiday Parking
Parking spaces are available in three places on our campus - in our main parking lot, in the alleyway behind the social hall, and in the row facing Marseilles Place. Please keep the circular driveway by the sanctuary open for those who are dropping off/picking up. If all of our parking spots are filled, you may park on the surrounding streets, but please be considerate of our neighbors and avoid parking on their grass, blocking driveways, etc.  

We have seven designated handicapped parking places in our main parking lot (three adjacent to the door, four facing West Esplanade). During the High Holy Days, we also reserve additional spots for those requiring special assistance. These spaces will be in the center row of the parking lot facing the door and will be clearly marked with signs. They are free of charge and available on a first come, first serve basis. Please let the office know if you are planning to make use of the handicapped and/or special assistance spaces so we can be sure to designate enough of them.
Guests in our Sukkah
Last year when we dedicated our Sukkah we asked every person in Shir Chadash to be one of our  ushpizin  – Sukkah guests - and to fill the Sukkah with their wisdom. All those photographs survived last year’s storms and we will use them again! But if you did not send something last year - please, send us a photograph of you – alone or with your relatives - plus a short piece (20 words or less) of your wisdom. It can be something a member of your family used to say or a principle by which you live. We will laminate the photos, put your wisdom on the back of them and hang them in the Sukkah as decorations.
 
Please get your photographs and wisdom to Danielle NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 21ST so that we all have time to prepare.

Lunch and Learn
lunch and lean
Sponsored by the Nat Leon Education Fund
with Rabbi Silver

Tuesday, September 4th
11:00 am (class)
12:00 pm (lunch)
at Shir Chadash 
 
The Hidden Secret of the Al Chet
The  Al Chet prayer is one of the confessions we recite together many times on Yom Kippur. It's a long list of wrongdoings...but is something else going on in there? Come and learn about the secret message inside the prayer, and what that message has to teach us.
 
Followed by one of Chef Johnson's delicious lunches!
Sukkot Dinner
Friday, September 28th
Services at 6:15 pm
Dedication of Brener Family Sukkah Plaque
Dinner to Follow (approx. 6:45 pm)
 
A generous anonymous donor has stepped in to help us reduce the price of this dinner! Now $18.00 for adults
and $15 for children, 
Free for children 3 and under.
Sisterhood Lunch and Book Review
Stimulate your mind and nourish your body while attending the first Sisterhood book review and lunch of the season!

1947 Where Now Begins by Elizabeth Asbrink

Reviewed by Judy Steinberg
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
12:00 pm at Shir Chadash
$10.00 per person

RSVP to Charisse Sands, 504-231-6464 or annsandsc@aol.com  by September 23rd.

Weather permitting, we will dine in the sukkah!!

Wanted: Address of College and Graduate School Students!
Sisterhood would like to keep in touch with your college and graduate school students. Please send their contact information including their physical address to Charisse Sands at  annsandsc@aol.com as soon as possible.
Community News!
Schedule of Weekly Services
Shabbat
Fridays, 6:15 pm 
Saturdays, 9:30 am

Weekday
Sundays, 9:15 am
Wednesdays, 7:00 am

*Both Minyans are followed by breakfast*
Contact Us
Rabbi
 
Executive Director
 
Director of Youth Education and Community Engagement

Office Manager
 

Office Phone
504-889-1144
 
Office Fax
504-889-1146
Quick Links
Weekly Donations
Rabbi's Discretionary Fund
For Honors Received    
Jacqueline & Beryl Ames
             
In appreciation of delightful Shabbat mornings             
Jacqueline & Beryl Ames

Mark & Charisse Sands & Children         
For their devotion to Shir Chadash and your help for us, with our wishes for blessings and good health in the New Year       
Jacqueline & Beryl Ames

Sandy Kahn Memorial Lecture Fund
In memory of Lois & Bill Mexic
Sheryl Mexic

Yahrzeit Fund
In memory of Maurice Pearl & Sylvia Schreckinger        
Rochelle Pearl
                            
In memory of Julian Berenson 
Joan & Gerald Berenson

In memory of Aaron Lopp         
Sonya & Gary Batten

In memory of Sylvan Samuels  
Bruce Samuels
             
In memory of Morris Krilov       
Sanford & Leslie Krilov

In memory of Morris Krilov       
Gloria Krilov
             
In memory of Beryl Fisher         
Joe Epstein
             
In memory of Shirley Slater      
Dena Grenell
             
In memory of Molly Block         
Paul & Laurie Sterbcow

In memory of Dr. Sidney Jacobs
Linda & Alan Jacobs


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