Values of Agudath Sholom -For the Three Weeks and Beyond
During the three weeks, we will explore three core values of CAS. These ethical principles underscore the development of a sacred, inviting and healthy organization. The curriculum will consist of the three dimensions: Shabbat Divrei Torah in shul for adult and youth, home based discussion material, and an interactive workshop on Shabbat afternoon. The three themes will be:
1. Shabbat, July 14th - Greet Everyone with a Smile
2. Shabbat, July 21st - Speaking Positively
3. Shabbat, July 28th - Judging People Favorably
The Core Values program will be launched on Sunday morning, July 8th at Agudath Sholom, the fast of the 17th of Tamuz, at a symposium at 9:15 - 10:00 AM dedicated to the themes. Fast begins at 4:17 am and ends 9:01 pm
The program is open to the entire community and is a wonderful way to harness the spirit of the three weeks to develop Jewish community and nurture personal development.
SAVE THE DATE-AIPAC EVENT JULY 12
Hosted by CAS & Temple Sholom
THE IRAN DEBATE: CAN THE WEST WIN?
Featuring :Bret Stephens, Deputy Editor & Foreign Affairs Columnist of the
Stella and Isaac Cohen & family to thank Rabbi Cohen, Cantor Wollheim and the entire CAS congregation for all their support during the difficult time after Stella's mother's passing
Belle Miller and daughters Lisa, Abbey and Neile in memory of their husband & father Arthur A. Miller on his 8th yahrtzeit
Rosalyn Sherman and family in memory of our father, grandfather, and great-grandfather of blessed memory, Harold Jacob Novick, Tzvi Yaacov, yarhtzeit 11 Tamuz
In honor of Maxwell H. Muss, son of Ellen & Michael Muss and grandson of Shelley & Eddie Senker ,who will become a Bar Mitzvah in New York
Linda Beson Nursing Educational Fund
Tatiana Kunik & Michael Guy in honor of Yakov Zelman Kunik 18th yahrzeit.
Mazal Tov to
Sandy and Dr. Stuart Waldstreicher on the forthcoming marriage of their son Greg to Rachel Lipinsky
Shelley & Eddie Senker on their grandson Maxwell becoming a Bar Mitzvah
Jennifer & Ed Rosenfeld on the birth of a baby girl
Rabbi Walk's Classes:
Sunday -Bible from the beginning - 9:15 am
Monday - Parsha - at CAS - 12:00
Tuesday - Jewish History - 9:00 am
Wednesday- Psalms - 8:30 am
Thursday-Talmud: Megilla -7:15 pm
Look for Rabbi Cohen's classes to resume soon!
CAS Youth Department
This Week's Schedule for Shabbat:
Throughout the summer we will continue to have Tot Shabbat, Mini Minyan and Jr. Congregation!
We welcome Rabbi Tucker who will be leading Jr. Cong. this summer!!!
At Jr. Cong. come hear Andrew Reicin read from the Torah and a Dvar Torah by Julianne Katz.
AUGUST 3- PJ Library Shabbat Special Program.. stay tuned for more info...
PLENTY OF FUN SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN THE WORKS.. CHECK BACK SOON!!!
Rabbi Yehuda Jeiger
Summer Flicks With Rabbi Walk
Join Rabbi Walk at CAS for these features.
Showtimes 7:30pm. No charge!
This Wednesday, July 4-Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravits
The younger son of a working-class Jewish family in Montreal, Duddy Kravitz yearns to make a name for himself in society. This film chronicles his short and dubious rise to power, as well as his changing relationships with family and friends. Along the way the film explores the themes of anti-semitism and the responsibilities which come with adulthood.
July 11-Everything is Illuminated
is a gentle comedy of understanding and forgiveness played in the shadow of the Holocaust.
July 18-The Great Dictator (The Criterion Collection)
Dictator Adenoid Hynkel has a doppelganger, a poor but kind Jewish barber living in the slums, who one day is mistaken for Hynkel.
July 25-Marathon Man
A graduate history student is unwittingly caught in the middle of an international conspiracy involving stolen diamonds, an exiled Nazi war criminal, and a rogue government agent.
WOMEN'S LEARNING-If you are interested in organizing a summer Shabbat afternoon women's learning group, please contact Cara Neumann, email@example.com or call
ERUV-The Yeshiva University museum plans to prepare an exhibit on eruvin (plural of eruv). They have asked that we share this online survey with our congregants and they thank you in advance for participating. To take the survey go to http://kwiksurveys.com?u=YUMuseumEruv
LET US KNOW! We strive at CAS to support our members in time of need. If you know of someone who is ill, please reach out to Rabbi Cohen via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, alerting our clergy and Chesed committee to offer comfort and assistance. Together, we can insure CAS's role as a community of caring. Thank you very much!
CAS DECORUM The policy for our kids is easy - "In shul or in groups." Please help us maintain decorum. Make sure you child is either sitting in synagogue or participating in our Youth Groups. Make sure that your child enjoys Kiddush in the Simcha Room or Social Hall.
SPONSOR THE KIDDUSH- Would you like to sponsor a Kiddush for Shabbat? Give the office a call and ask for Cindy, 203-358-2200.
ANNUAL ENDLESS SUMMER KUMSITZ-Saturday night, August 4, 2012, 9:45PM at the home of Christine Bloom, 12 Crane Road. Food, fun, and plenty of music! No charge! Organized by the Young Israel of Stamford as part of its summer kollel program, and open to entire community.
Sisterhood Gift Shop
Sylvia's Gift Shop New Summer Hours
Tuesdays 1:00 - 4:00pm
Thursdays 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Or by appointment, call 203-358-2200
STUDY IN JERUSALEM THIS JULY - The Gerald and Mary Swartz Introductory Summer Program invites you to experience the inspiration and excitement that studying in and touring Israel offers. Cost: $1500 covers everything including airfare, classes, trips and more. Scholarships are available for more information, find us on the web at yu.edu/admissions/mechina/july or contact: Nava Orlian, Director email@example.com
PURIM IN JERUSALEM-The February 2013 BiCultural Israel tour planned by Walter Shuchatowitz (Mr. S) and Bob Abrams will feature an extended stay in Jerusalem including the celebration of Purim. Early reservations are advised, for details please call BiCultural at 203-329-2186.
JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY of Fairfield County (JHS) SUNDAY, June24 10am (9:30 coffee) Temple Sinai Stamford "A CT YANKEE IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH" Speakers: Edwen & Fred Goldstein, long time Stamford residents. Growing up Jewish in families with roots in Mississippi & Louisiana dating back to the 19th century; coming north after college, and staying. welcome. For more info call 321-1373, ext.150.
JEWISH TWENTIES AND THIRTIES - Sunday, June 24 at 10:30 am. Partially funded by YJP/CT and JTT, outdoor lovers will gather to enjoy a hike in Devil's Den in Weston. For info contact Leah Schechter, JFS Singles Outreach Coordinator, 203-921 4161 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WOMEN LOOKING FOR BEREAVEMENT GROUP? Mondays at 5:30 pm at the Stamford office, Jewish Family Service, 733 Summer Street, 6th Floor. Or Wednesdays at 5:00pm in Westport Office, Jewish Family Service, 431 Post Road East, Suite 11. Gather to explore thoughts and feelings about grief in a non-judgmental environment that provides emotional, physical and spiritual support. Members will not only receive support and understanding for themselves but will also learn to provide the same to others. For more info, contact Danielle Attard by email at email@example.com or 203-395-9494.
BUILDING YOUR PERSONAL RESUME- Thursdays, 7:45 pm A JFS support group, facilitated by Melanie Rago and Danielle Attard, training in Marriage and Family Therapy, for those affected by the poor economy, underemployment or unemployment. The group will meet at the JFS Westport offices, 431 E. Post Road, Westport. Topics to be covered will include: building confidence, finding strengths and supporting others in similar situations. For more info, please contact Melanie Rago at 631-355-1120 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Danielle Attard by email at email@example.com or 203-395-9494.
MENDING BATTLE WOUNDS AT HOME-Sundays at 6:00 pm at the JFS Westport offices, 431 E. Post Road, Westport. Facilitated by Melanie Rago and Danielle Attard, training in Marriage and Family Therapy, the support group is for spouses and significant other of veterans returning home. Discussions will include topics about rebuilding relationships after extended separation, addressing and living with PTSD and redefining roles. For more information, please contact Melanie Rago at 631-355-1120 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Danielle Attard by email at email@example.com or 203-395-9494.
4TH INTERNATIONAL JEWISH MEDICAL ETHICS CONFERENCE -August 16 - August 19, 2012, The Heritage Hotel, Southbury, CT. It promises to be a great weekend. You can have $100 off by entering 23764 upon checkout. For more info and details go to http://www.torahinmotion.org/programs_liveprogram/5192
TEXTS THAT TIE: The Bureau of Jewish Education of the United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien and the Yeshiva University Stamford Community Kollel, sponsored by the Young Israel of Stamford, present the second annual Tisha b'Av program: A Community Discussion. Chaired by Michael Feldstein and co-chaired by Brian Rogol and Betsy Stone, the goal of the program is to have members of the community meet and engage with one another, through the study of Jewish texts in small groups, about what it means to be a community and how can we promote unity. The program is in partnership with JCC, Board of Rabbis, all congregations including Chabad. It will take place from 6:45-8:45pm on Sunday, July 29th at the JCC. The evening will include concurrent programming for elementary and middle school students as well as teens.