Remy & Matan Neuhaus, Simcha Rubin, Judd Love, Matt Greenberg, Michael Berg
Shacharit / Musaf
Matan & Remy Neuhaus
Rabbi Daniel Cohen
"The Roots of Heroism"
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Shabbat Shalom Hospital Packages
Flora & Carl Kaufman in honor of granddaughter Hanna's graduating magna cum laude from high school in Miami; Roz Mangot in memory of Michael Mangot on his yahrzeit; Ruth Stern & children in memory of Dr. Sidney Stern; and the Linda Beson Nursing Education Fund
Chapel Kiddush by
Rosalyn Sherman and family in memory of our parents, Lillian (Leah) and Harold Jacob (Tzvi Yaacov) Novick of blessed memory.
Sanctuary Kiddush by
Marguerite & Ken Neuhaus in honor of Remy & Matan's bar-mitzvah.
Seudat Shlishit by
Friends of Yonat & Rabbi Yehuda Tucker
Mazal Tov to...
Marguerite & Ken Neuhaus in honor of Matan & Remy's bar-mitzvah. Double mazal tov!
Liba & Steve Steinmetz and Dr. Batya Lerner on the marriage of Seth and Tzivya
Candles next Friday
Announcing SUMMER FLICKS @ CAS
7:30 pm Show Time
June 29 THE INFIDEL
An identity crisis comedy centered on a London Muslim who discovers that he's adopted - and Jewish.
July 6 HOLES IN MY SHOES
A captivating portrait of Jack Beers, who packed more into his extraordinary life than the most prolific fictional character. An inspiration to anyone who thinks 'enough' will do.
July 13 THE JUGGLER
Hans Muller, played by Kirk Douglas, is a Jewish refugee from Germany. who relocates to Israel after World War II.
July 20 LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL
An unforgettable fable that proves love, family and imagination conquer all.
July 27 THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
Harrowing story of a young Jewish girl who, with her family and their friends is forced into hiding in an attic in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam.
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9:00 a.m. Hebrew School
9:15 a.m. Bible from the Beginning
8:30 p.m. Talmud Bavli - Makot
10:15 p.m. Dvar Yom B'Yomo at BCDS
8:00 p.m. Inyana D'Yoma
8:15 a.m. Pre Shabbos Taste of Torah
8:15 a.m.Power of the Prophets
12:00 pmParsha Perspectives
4:00 p.m.Homework Happy Hour
7:30 p.m. History of the Mussar
8:45 a.m. Coffee and Commentary
10:00 a.m. Basics with Bob-
Customs & traditions
10:30 a.m. Lomdus and Learning
LEARN WITH RABBI WALK Sunday 9:15 am- Bible from the Beginning; 7:30pm Tuesday
SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE Shabbat, June 25Rabbi Howard Bald - Principal at Hillel Academy, in Deal, NJ - Former Assistant Rabbi, CAS. Topics: Shabbat morning services - Thanking Hashem For The Bizarre; Afternoon Class an Hour Before Mincha - Bilam: The Trials Of A Complex Personality; Seudat Shlishit - Why make a Second Kiddush on Shabbat Day
AIPAC POST POLICY CONFERENCE BRIEFING- June 29.Taking It Home: Transforming Your Policy Conference Experience Into Year-round Pro-Israel Activism with Elana Lichtenstein AIPAC's Director for Southern Connecticut @ CAS-6/29 7pm. For more information or to RSVP contact Nancy Rodriguez firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW DATE! STAMFORD OBSERVATORY VISIT-Sun, July 10 at 8:15 p.m. Sanctify the New Moon of Tammuz and come to a spectacular viewing just one day before the first quarter moon. Saturn should be well placed too. See a PowerPoint presentation called "The Creator's Creation" FREE!
FUN IN PHILLY- Wed, July 13 Trip to the "NEW" National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia. Guided tours of the museum and the Mikveh Israel Spanish-Portuguese Synagogue. Lunch at Mikveh Israel and dinner at Max & David's Restaurant. Comfortable coach transportation (includes snacks). $75 Sign up @ www.cas-stamford.org or contact Shelley Senker at email@example.com
OFFICIAL NOTICE: THE CAS ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD TUESDAY, JUNE 28TH. IT WILL START AT 6:30 P.M. WITH AN INFORMAL SESSION FOR MEMBERS TO MINGLE, MEET OTHERS AND LEARN ABOUT VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES AT THE SHUL. THE FORMAL MEETING WILL START AT 7:00pm
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL RECOGNITION ON CLAUDETTE APPLE'S RETIREMENT
FINDING YOUR FOCUS Wednesday Afternoons JFS is offering a new program for children and adolescents who have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, and their families. Services will include psychiatric evaluation, review of previous evaluations, family assessment, on-going support, and mediation management. Treatment will be provided by Lee Combrinck-Graham, M.D. and qualify for insurance reimbursement. For more information, contact Eve Moskowitz, at 203-921-4161 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RESIDENTIAL CLEANING SERVICE Looking for trained help to clean your home? JFS can provide supervised cleaners at a competitive cost. Revenues generated help to serve the agency's needy clients. For more information and to request the Residential Cleaning Service, please call Jewish Family Service at 203-921-4161 or LMorowitz@ctjfs.org.
MUSICAL THEATER WORKSHOP WITH JONATHAN CAHR & JANICE STEINBERG JUNE 20-24. Class size is limited.The workshop will encompass every aspect of musical theater including CREATING AN ORIGINAL SHOW. On the last day of the course, we'll perform our original work for friends and family. Contact them for details.
CAMOS SUMMER SUNDAY EVENTSunday August 14.CAMOS (Committee to Advance Modern Orthodoxy in Stamford) is planning an event for young couples interested in relocating to a suburban NY metro area community. Event will include:visit to synagogues and schools; sites and sounds of the Stamford community (beach, downtown, etc.); and end up with a barbecue. Know anybody who may be interested?Contact Michael Feldstein email@example.com, so we can extend a personal invitation.