Weekly E-News 2021/5781
July 16 - July 23
Tisha b'Av
Saturday night, July 17-Sunday, July 18
Come join us to commemorate one of the saddest days on the Jewish calendar, a day when we recall many disasters in Jewish history, including the destruction of both Temples, that took place on this day. This day is usually honored with a fast that begins at sundown Saturday night and continues through sundown Sunday evening as well as not wearing leather or even studying Torah.

Saturday night services (in person and streamed, with Havdalah & Megillat Eicha reading): 9:00 pm

Sunday morning services (in person and streamed, with Megillat Eicha reading): 9:00 am

Minhah (virtual only): 6:00 pm

Fast ends: 8:58 pm

Zoom information for all services:

Meeting ID: 875 6579 9200
Passcode: Minyan
Click the link below to order tickets online directly through the office and have them billed to your account.

In honor of the new school year, join us for services on August 7 for a special blessing followed by treats at Kiddush lunch. All teachers and students will be invited up to the bimah to celebrate and kick off the school year with their AA community.

Services begin at 9:45, followed by Kiddush lunch and an ice cream sundae bar.
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This Shabbat:
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Parashat D'varim/Shabbat Hazon
Candle Lighting: 8:13 pm
Havdalah: 9:12 pm
(all times are for Savannah)

Annual Torah reading: Deuteronomy 1:1 - 3:22 (Etz Hayyim pp. 981-998)
Triennial Torah reading: Deuteronomy 2:2 - 30 (Etz Hayyim pp. 990-994)
Haftarah: Isaiah 1:1 - 27 (Etz Hayyim pp. 1000-1004)

ZOOM Link for Shabbat and weekday services :
All services will be held via Zoom at the below information and simulcast on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/AgudathAchimSavannah):

Meeting ID: 875 6579 9200
Passcode: Minyan

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Talmud Torah K'Neged Kulam - Torah Study for Everyone

1. Rabbinic Literature Study Group (Thursday afternoons, 2:00-3:15 pm): Take a look into the rabbinic mind and how the rabbis interpret the Torah in this weekly class. Contact Rabbi Henkin for the link to the class

2.  Rabbis of the Mishnah Class will take a deep look into the Rabbis of the Mishnah; who they were and what they were thinking. Our next class will be scheduled at a later date. Please contact Motti for class link or email mottilocker@gmail.com

3 . Skeptics Class-  (second Thursday of every month, 11 a.m.): This group is for all of those who want to ask difficult questions about Judaism and/or seeking Jewish answers to the questions they have. Our next Skeptics class will be Thursday, August 12th at 11:00 a.m.

More classes coming soon, so stay tuned!

Have something you want to learn about but don't see a class about it?
 Contact Rabbi Henkin at rabbihenkin@gmail.com or call the AA office.

All of our regular classes will be held via Zoom, an online meeting platform.
 If you'd like to join a class,
please contact Rabbi Henkin for the class link.
Donor Dues Program
Birthday Celebrations

July 17
Paul Cranman

July 17
Aaron Davidson

July 17
Adam Fins

July 17
Martin Miller

July 17
Bill Sand

July 20
Judy Todtfeld

July 21
Michael Zoller

Anniversaries

July 19
Matthew & Michelle Allan
Yahrzeits For:

July 16 - July 23, 2021
8 Av - 14 Av 5781

Friday, July 16/Saturday, July 17- 8 Av
Oscar Levy - great grandfather of Simone Wilker
Sophia Perlman - mother of Harriet Karlin

Saturday, July 17/Sunday, July 18- 9 Av
Esther Levy - great grandmother of Simone Wilker

Sunday, July 18/Monday, July 19- 10 Av
Renee Bernard - mother of Edward Bernard
Sadie Bodziner - grandmother of Richard Bodziner
Leon Smithberg - father of Steven Smithberg

Tuesday, July 20/Wednesday, July 21 - 12 Av
Paul Feldman - husband of Nancy Feldman
Rose Freed - mother of Suzanne Konter
Leroy Monsky - father of Meredith Bodziner

Wednesday, July 21/Thursday, July 22 - 13 Av
Moe Galin - uncle of Murray Galin & Melvyn Galin
Julius Marcus - father of Helen Rosengart

Commemoration of the Yahrzeit begins the evening of the first noted date.
*Denotes Memorial Plaque