Weekly E-News 2020-5780
July 17th - July 24th
Board Meeting Tuesday, July 21st
at 6:30 p.m.

Here's the info for the Zoom meeting.

Meeting ID: 815 3218 0974
Password: 762494
The Office is Open from
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
For normal business operations.

All services and programs continue to be suspended until further notice.
Torah Readings
Mottot-Masei
July 18, 2020 | Tammuz 26 5780
 
Annual | Numbers 30:2-36:13 (pp. 941-967)
Triennial | Numbers 30:2-31:54 (pp. 941-949)
Haftarah | Jeremiah 2:4-28; 4:1-2 (pp. 973-977) (Sephardic)
Jeremiah 2:4-28; 3:4 (pp. 973-977) (Ashkenazi)

Tisha B'Av
Join us for a virtual commemoration of the destruction of the First & Second Temples as well as many other tragedies in Jewish history. 
Zoom information where necessary is below
(all Zoom services will be simulcast to our Facebook page)


Meeting ID: 852 6777 6719
Password: 9Av5780

Wednesday, July 29
6:00 pm Minhah (via Facebook)
8:15 pm Ma'ariv (via Zoom with Megillah reading)

Thursday, July 30
7:30 am Shaharit (via Zoom with Megillah reading)
2:00 pm Minhah (via Facebook)
6:00 pm Ma'ariv (via Facebook)
8:50 pm Fast Ends

Srugim Wednesday, August 5th,
at 11:00 a.m.
Recommended TV series on amazon.

Srugim  ( Hebrew : סרוגים; literally, "knitted" or "crocheted" skullcaps  worn by men of  Religious Zionist). Is an  Israeli  television drama. The series depicted the lives of five  national religious  single men and women, in their 30's, who reside in  Jerusalem . It dealt with controversial issues in the Religious Zionist society in Israel, caused a public uproar within that sector. It enjoyed high ratings, from both the religious and non-religious sects in Israel, as well as with American Jews. Many of the American Jews compared the issues of the characters in the show to those of the  Upper West Side . [5]  The show won five  Israeli Academy of Film and Television  Awards. Motti will facilitate a zoom discussion on Srugim on Wednesday Aug 5 at 11:00 am.
see link below 
 
Motti Locker is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Srugim
Time: Aug 5, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 749 9359 3472
Password: 5abt7q
See you there!
 All synagogue activities
(including Sisterhood and Men's Club events)
are suspended until further notice.
We are maintaining Daily Services, via Facebook
To participate, please make sure you follow us on Facebook at   https://www.facebook.com/AgudathAchimSavannah/  

Join us for Friday night and Shabbat morning services via Zoom using the following information...

Meeting ID: 870 3207 9194
Password: 181818

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.
Your
Online Siddur
Shalom Hevre,

As we move towards online  minyanim  via Facebook Live, the Rabbinical Assembly has made PDF copies of the services available for those who may not have a  siddur  at home. If you would like to be able to pray with the text during our online services, please feel free to download the appropriate service and follow along during our virtual  minyan .

 Our site has been updated with PDFs of the Shabbat services for those who would like to follow along during our Zoom services.

If you have any questions, please contact Rabbi Henkin at  rabbihenkin@gmail.com  
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.   Skeptics Study Group  (second Thursday of every month, 11 a.m., hosted by Michael Konter): 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 13th at 11:00 a.m.

3.   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 held on Wednesday, July 22nd at 10:30 a.m. Please contact Motti for class link or email mottilocker@gmail.com

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.
Honey from the Heart
Donor Dues Program
June 17th - July 23rd, 2020
Birthday Celebrations


July 17th - Paul Cranman
Aaron Davidson
Adam Fins
Martin Miller
Bill Sand


July 20th - Judy Todtfeld


July 21st - Maiya Tolman
Michael Zoller

YAHRZEITS FOR:
July 17th - July 24th, 2020
25 Tammuz - 3 Av 5780


Friday, July 17th / Saturday, July 18th - 26 Tammuz
Steven Robin - brother of Sherwin Robin and uncle of Brian Robin
Hannah Weil* - grandmother of Virgina Caplan and Danny Weil

Saturday, July 18th / Sunday, July 19th - 27 Tammuz
Jerry Shell - father of Linda Udinsky
Amos Timna - husband of Susan Timna


  Sunday, July 19th / Monday, July 20th - 28 Tammuz
George Baker - uncle of Ellin Joselove
Mildred Leventhal - aunt of Barbara Abrams
Allan Wexler - brother of Col. Edward Wexler


  Monday, July 20th / Tuesday, July 21st - 29 Tammuz
No Observance


  Tuesday, July 21st / Wednesday, July 22nd - 1 Av
Oscar Beberman* - uncle of Michael Konter
Jack Galin* - father of Murray Galin and uncle of Melvyn Galin
Bernard Greenberg - father of Charna Cweibel
Lois Makover* - sister of Gerald Caplan
Fanny Meyers* - great aunt of Linda Zoller


Wednesday, July 22nd / Thursday, July 23rd - 2 Av
Lawrence Bodziner - father of Richard Bodziner
Nathan Chodash - father of Judith Shatz


  Thursday, July 23rd / Friday, July 24th - 3 Av
Al Shayne* - father of Harriet Kulbersh



Commemoration of the Yahrzeit begins the evening of the first noted date   
*Denotes Memorial Plaque
Time for Online Services
"Please follow our services via Facebook Live at  https://www.facebook.com/AgudathAchimSavannah/  

Zoom information for Shabbat services (beginning at 6 pm on Friday night and including 9:45 am Shabbat morning services)


Meeting ID: 870 3207 9194
Password: 181818


Friday, July 17th
7:30 am  Shacharit
6:00 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat (via Zoom)
8:13 pm  Candle Lighting

Saturday Shabbat, July 18th
9:45 am Shabbat Shacharit (via Zoom)
9:11 pm Havdalah (via Facebook Live)


Sunday, July 19th
9:00 am  Shacharit
 6:00 pm  Minhah/Maariv


Monday, July 20th
 7:30 am  Shacharit
 6:00 pm  Minhah/Maariv


Tuesday, July 21st
 7:30 am  Shacharit
 6:00 pm  Minhah/Maariv


Wednesday, July 22nd - Rosh Chodesh
8:00 am  Shacharit
 6:00 pm  Minhah/Maariv


Thursday, July 23rd
7:30 am  Shacharit
 6:00 pm  Minhah/Maariv


Friday, July 24th
7:30 am  Shacharit
6:00 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat (via Zoom)
8:09 pm  Candle Lighting

In the Community
The Art Show at the JEA beginning July 1, 2020, 
will feature the works of
Kitt Dobry & Hannah Williams

Kitt Dobry & Hannah Williams - Biography
 
Kitt Dobry graduated from Moore College of Art and Design with a BFA in Illustration and in Art History. Her thesis was a series of illustrations narrating the events of the Gaelic Wars focusing on the Celtic leaders Vercingetorix and Boudicca. Her art history thesis explored the work of fantasy illustrator Frank Frazetta.
Shortly after graduation, Kitt was invited into the prestigious Philadelphia Sketch Club where she showed and sold her work.
Kitt has worked as an assistant art director; a freelance graphic designer, illustrator, and fine artist; and as an art teacher. Currently, Kitt is working on her first children’s book.
Hannah Williams is a mixed-media artist born in Albuquerque, now living in Colorado. Prior to finishing her degree, she spent time at her high school alma mater teaching fine art to middle and high school students.
Hannah earned her BFA from The Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston, partnered with Tufts University. While her degree focused on traditional animation, she was exposed to an array of art-making practices and gained a significant appreciation for installation art. Post-college she obtained a job in the Furniture and Frames department of the MFA Boston until she and her husband moved to Colorado.
Working with both two and three dimensional mediums, she seeks to create a spark of recognition between the object and the viewer. Hannah’s ultimate goal in her work is to imbue inanimate objects with a life of their own.
Kitt Dobry & Hannah Williams’
artwork will be available for viewing from
July 1 through July 31, 2020, 
at the JEA (5111 Abercorn Street)
The Art Show at the JEA beginning August 3, 2020, 
will feature the works of Courtney Trowman
 
Courtney Trowman -  Biography
 
“Move Through”
       A new exhibition,  Move Through , by Courtney C. Trowman opens August 3rd at the Jewish Educational Alliance featuring around 40 works of mixed media collage that will be on display until August 31st.
       In  Move Through , Courtney temporarily draws people’s attention away from fine art to fun(ky) art, fun being the key. Courtney aims to move the viewer through a whimsical journey, hoping they pause for the surprise details. Many of the pieces will also feature a poem or haiku description.
All the pieces on display were created with either the concept of ‘portals’ and/or ‘landscapes’ in mind, both of which a person makes the conscious choice to move through…or not. While Courtney says the show does not have a specific agenda or statement, she does invite the viewers to be drawn in by the fun and then find a theme or state of being of their own in each piece and ask themselves “Shall I move through?”
       When asked about her collage art, Courtney says it was born out of an inherent need to create, a desire for another outlet other than dance or poetry, and specifically from her inability to draw or paint well. She became fascinated by collage and mixed media after seeing Robert Rauschenberg’s work for the first time. She says he gave hope to her inner Picasso. All her work consciously consists of upcycled and recycled items.
       “I always have my eyes peeled for found objects or interesting bits of “trash” on the ground.” She also notices that one area of her creativity bleeds into all the others. You can see elements of both poetry and motion in her work.
       The ‘Move Through’ art exhibition will surprise gallery visitors with its unique perspective, liveliness, multi-layers, and unexpected details in both materials and techniques.
Courtney Trowman 
artwork will be available for
viewing from
August 31 through August 31, 2020, 
at the JEA (5111 Abercorn Street).