We want to let you know
for this coming Shabbat.
The eleven people who were killed in Pittsburgh were Shabbat regulars at their congregation. As others have said, ``They were the stalwarts of the community, the people who attended synagogue regularly and who greeted people at the door, handed others a Siddur, celebrated the joyous events and provided comfort to those who were experiencing sorrow''.
What better way to honor these individuals than to follow their example and come to shul this coming Shabbat. The Jewish Federation is calling this weekend ``Solidarity Shabbat'' and The American Jewish Committee (AJC) is calling it #ShowupforShabbat.
We are joining with these organizations and synagogues all over the world in this statement of solidarity, support, comfort and hope.
We look forward to being together as a congregation on Friday night at 6:30 p.m. and on Shabbat morning at 9:30 a.m.