Coffee & commentary with Rabbi David Walk 8:45 a.m.
Musaf: Cantor Arik Wollheim
Torah Readers: Aaron Israel, Ted Listokin, Naftali Rosenberg, Simcha Rubin, Ben White
Usher: Roz Sherman
Rabbi Daniel Cohen: "Face to Face"
The Basics with Bob Abrams 10:00 a.m.
Latest time to say Shema 9:08 a.m.
Latest time to daven Amidah 9:58 a.m.
Shiur-Aaron Israel: "Insights on the Parsha" 10:30 a.m.
Babysitting-Tot Shabbat 10:30 a.m.
Mini Minyan & Jr Cong 10:30 a.m.
Mincha 4:10 p.m.
Daf Yomi/Seudat Shlishit
Rabbi Avi-Narrow Tilonsky-"Reflections on recent trip to General Assembly"
Maariv 5:15 p.m. Shabbat ends 5:20 p.m.
Sunday 7:45 a.m. Mon-Friday 7:00 a.m.
Sunday 7:15/8:30 a.m. Tues-Friday 6:30/7:30 a.m.
Sunday-Thursday 4:20 p.m.
Candle lighting next Friday 4:15 p.m.
THANKS TO THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS
Chapel Kiddush: by the Walk Family in honor of the visit of Sgt. Yehuda Walk, the birthday of Ya'akov Walk and the birth of Talya Bracha
Sanctuary Kiddush: by Joan & Bennett Schwartz in honor of Rachel becoming Bat Mitzvah
Shabbat Sholom Hospital Packages: by the Linda Beson Nursing Educational Fund
Joan & Bennett Schwartz on Rachel becoming Bat Mitzvah
MAZAL TOV TO
Sheila & Dr. Harry Romanowitz for being honored at the
Anti-Defamation League's-Daniel R. Ginsberg Humanitarian
Rachel & Dan Haron and their entire family on the birth of a
Henry Stern on the passing of his wife, Sandra Stern of blessed
IN HONOR OF VETERANS DAY, WE
ENCOURAGE THE COMMUNITY TO PAY TRIBUTE TO OUR U.S. VETERANS AND SERVICE MEN & WOMEN ON SHABBAT MORNING. WE INVITE ALL VETERANS TO JOIN US FOR SERVICES AT 9:00 & JOIN IN SINGING G-D BLESS AMERICA.
SERVED INTHE U.S. ARMEDFORCES
NEXT SHABBAT WE WILL BE WELCOMING
SHAUL GOLDSTEIN-MAYOR GUSH ETZION REGIONAL COUNCIL. HE WILL SHARE THE INSPIRING STORY OF THE REBIRTH OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITIES AFTER 1967 & THE RETURN OF THE CHILDREN OF THE ORIGINAL FOUNDERS TO RE-ESTABLISH JEWISH LIFE IN THE GUSH.
HE WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE FRIDAY NIGHT ONEG AT THE JUBAS HOME AT 8:00 P.M. HIS TOPIC WILL BE "PERSONAL STORIES OF REFLECTION ON THE GUSH AND MY JOURNEY" HE WILL BE SPEAKING AT SEUDAT SHLISHIT ON SHABBAT AND HIS TOPIC WILL BE "THE FUTURE OF GUSH EZTION."
NOTE DEC 4TH THERE WILL BE ONE MINYAN ON
SHABBAT CHANUKAH STARTING AT 8:45 A.M.
If you do not have an email and would like to receive
"time sensitive" information by phone, please call shul office 203 358-2200.
SAVE THE DATES!
B'NAI MITZVAH INFORMATION SESSION
Wed, Dec 15th at 7:30 p.m.
CAS is presenting a B'nai Mitzvah Information Session for
upcoming Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. (2011-2012)
Learn about planning a Bar/Bat Mitzvah at Congregation Agudath Sholom and the programs available to the B'nai Mitzvah. Tastings from various caterers at 7:30 PM with the presentations beginning at 8:00 PM. Please bring your Bar/Bat Mitzvah children with you!
Cantor Wollheim hosts Zalmen Mlotek & friends who will
perform 100 Years of Yiddush Theater Music from Shtetl
to Klezmer Revival.Cost $20 seniors & students,
$25 general admission. RSVP on-line
·COLLEGE STUDENT'S THANKGIVING WEEKEND-Nov. 26th & 27th Rabbi Eli Kohl and his wife Naomi will be guests at CASon Shabbat weekend of Thanksgiving, November 26-27. They are the JLIC couple on campus at the University oFMaryland. On Friday night at 7:30PM, there will be an oneg for high school juniors and seniors at Elise and Steve Cohen's home, (5 Boxwood Dr) where Rabbi Kohl will speak about the challenges college students face Jewishly oN campus. Concurrently, there will be an oneg at the home of Gideon and Miriam Pell, (61 Holbrook Dr) for parents of high school juniors and seniors, and Rabbi Kohl and his wife will make an appearance there and speak about What Parents MUST Know About Jewish Life on Campus BeforeSending their Kids to College. There will also be a college reunion kiddush on Shabbos morning for the collegiate, many of whom will be home for the weekend. Finally, Rabbi Kohl will speak to the entire community on Shabbos afternoon at Seudat Shlishit , and conclude with a musical havdala program after Shabbat is over. Please join us for what promises to be a wonderful weekend! Kiddush catered by Genadeen!
Ron and I have been members of CAS for over 30 years. When we first moved to Stamford, we
remember fondly the warm Shabbat meal Invitations we received for 2 months straight!! It is with this memory in mind, I invite your participation in a new outreach initiative...
I am currently on the board of CAS and working on a program called Shabbat Sholom. The program's goal is to create warm connections with new members around a Shabbat table. I would like to invite you to participate by hosting a new family anytime that is convenient for you. Please contact me at 203 273-0868 orBWAshkenas@gmail.com
IN KEEPING WITH CELEBRATING NEW MEMBERS IN OUR COMMUNITY, RABBI DANIEL AND DIANE COHEN INVITES ALL NEW MEMBERS TO A BRUNCH AT THEIR HOME, 15 REVONAH CIRCLE,
ON DEC. 12TH AT 10:00 A.M.
CONTACT THE SHUL OFFICE FOR MORE INFO
JOIN IN THE JOURNEY-40 DAYS TO A BETTER YOU
with Rabbi Daniel Cohen.Sign up for a special edition of the "8 Days of Chanukah."Join up now at www.40daystoabetteryou.com
Learning Mishnayot for Shloshim for Janet Bessaleli
If you'd like to study the Six Orders of Mishna in memory of Janet Bessaleli email firstname.lastname@example.org.She will send you info.
NATHAN WARMFLASH NEEDS OUR HELP!
Nathan is currently a patient at Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center in NYC.His treatment requires regular
blood transfusions.Nathan & his family would deeply appreciate you donation of blood and/or platelets and requests you ask others you know to donate. To benefit Nathan all designated donations must be made in the Blood Donor Room at the Cancer Center.Please contact Mary Thomas 212 639-3335-Donor Relations Specialist email@example.com
Come and visit our two tables set up to engage conversation after the
TABLE 1: FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Stop in and join in a parsha discussion, ask a question, share a thought or have a snack.
TABLE 2: MEET AND GREET
If you are visiting or new to town connect with our community. Come by and meet new friends!
Calling All B'Nai Mitzvah......WE WANT YOU.....TO GIVE A D'VAR TORAH @ Seudat shlishit!!!!! Any B'nai Mitzvah
November 20th The 4th AnnualSupermarket SweepJoin us for our FOURTH annual SUPERMARKET SWEEP!!!Saturday evening Nov 20th 6:30 7:45 pm at the Ridgeway Stop N Shop. We will meet inside Stop N Shop by the floral section.*PARENTS* Pick up is 7:45pm
December 7th Chanukah Family Event With Bobby Doowah!! 4:45-6:30 p.m. at CAS Tues, Dec 7thfor the Chanukah event of the year. Cost $7 for adults $5 for chlidren. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or203-358-2200 byDecember 1st. Go to www.cas-stamford.org for details or to register for this event! Allreservations after this date or admission at the door will be $10 per person.
December 18th B'nai Mitzvah Luncheon The B'nai Mitzvah Shabbaton is a special chance to spend time getting to know Rabbi Cohen, building a connection with other B'nai Mitzvah in the community, and a special learning opportunity to strengthen connections to Judaism. We Hope To See You There!!! Please rsvp by Dec 13th email@example.com
NCSY 12TH GRADE SHACK SHABBATON (SOLD OUT!)
Friday-Sunday, Nov. 12-14
NOTE: Due to extremely high demand, Shack for 11th Graders
has been moved to a separate weekend, December 3-5.
Saturday, Nov. 20, 9:30 a.m.
In the Social Hall
For 6-12th graders
There will be an oneg for Sr. Teens Friday night and an oneg for Jr. teens
Jr. TEEN MOVIE NIGHT
Saturday, Nov. 20, 8:00 p.m.
Cost is $5
For 6-8th graders
Come for a night of fun and hanging out as we convert
Agudath Sholom into our own custom made movie theater!
NCSY 11TH GRADE SHACK SHABBATON
Friday-Sunday, Dec. 3-5
THIS EVENT IS ALMOST SOLD OUT! RSVP SOON!
Join 50+ teens and amazing advisors in a 5-story cabin as we
There will be an oneg for Sr. Teens Friday night and an oneg for Jr. teens
Saturday, Dec. 18, 9:30 a.m.
In the Social Hall For 6-12th graders
Jr. TEENS ICE SKATING
At Stamford Twin Rinks
Sunday, Dec. 26. 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Cost is $8 For 6-8th graders
What could be better on a nice winter day
than ice skating with your CAS Jr. Teen pals?
·BI-CULTURAL ISRAEL TOUR-BCDS is offering tours to Israel in Feb. One group will leave Sat, Feb 12th and return Feb 25th. For those who cannot be away the entire period, another group will leave Feb 16th and join the others in Jerusalem. Many new sites are planned so repeat participants will enjoy new experiences. For more info contact Bob Abrams or Mr. S. at the school 203 329-2186
·SUPER SUNDAY KIDS' TZEDAKAH PROJECT-Dec. 5th at the JCC
Hey kids! Grab a bag instead of a box and fill it up with
donations for this Super Sunday project. Bags are located in the front of the synagogue. All info is included or call 203 321-1373.
·WFHA OPEN HOUSE -Sun, Nov 14th 11:00 a.m. for parents
interested in learning more about the school's kindergarten
program, touring the campus and meeting the faculty.
At 270 Lake Avenue in Greenwich. For more information about the school or Open House please call Joanne Karow at 203-983-3502 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
·GUEST SPEAKER: LAUREN WEBER-Sun, Nov 14th 10:00 a.m.
Jewish Historical Society co-sponsoring with Temple Shalom
"In Cheap We Trust-the Story of a Misunderstood American
Virtue" at Temple Shalom, 259 Richards Ave, Norwalk. The
community is invited. For more info call 203 329-0452
·ADL'S DANIEL R. GINSBERG HUMANITARIAN AWARD
RECEPTION-Sun. Nov 14th at Temple Beth El. ADL will be
honoring Sheila & Dr. Harry Romanowitz & Laura & Bill Grad. Contact Janet Magid at
203 288-6500 x313 or email email@example.com
·GUEST SPEAKER: RABBI YSOSCHER KATZ-Sun. Nov 14th 6:00 pm
Rabbi Katz is the director of the Beit Midrash Program at Yeshivat
Chovevei Torah at Young Israel. Light dinner & FREE.
·THE RACE FOR COLLEGE-Mon, Nov 15th 6:00 p.m. For 8th-11th graders pre-planning for
college conducted by Claire Friedlander, Jewish Family Service College consultant. At
the Ferguson Library, 115 Vine Rd, Stamford. Free. For more info visit their website
·HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS FOR PRESCHOOLERS-Thurs, Nov 18th at 1:30 p.m. An interactive
and hands-on series. Next program-Turkey Time. For more info visit www.wfha.org
·TAPESTRY: A COMMUNITY CELEBRATION OF JEWISH LEARNING
Sat, Nov 20th 6:45 p.m. A mega community event! Choose from
more than 20 sessions from Israel & the Middle East to Talmud,
Jewish Ethics, philosophy, theology, parenting & more. Register
on-line at www.ujf.org or call 203 321-1373 Fee $18 in advance
·JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE-Many special programs are offered throughout the Month of
Nov. Go to their website www.ctjfs.org or call 203 921-4161 for a listing of all the events
·A COMMUNITY POST CHANUKAH CELEBRATION-Sun, Dec 12th at 3:30 p.m. featuring the
FIDF Ensemble in concert & a community-wide party. "Keep the Lights Burning" at
Temple Sholom. For more info call Alice Schoen at 203 542-7165
·AIPAC POLICY CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON D.C.-May 22-24th
Don't forget our annual visit to Washington in support of the