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Congregation Agudath Sholom Shabbat Bulletin

Congregation Agudath Sholom Shabbat Bulletin
August 30, 2014Shoftim4 Elul 5774
Shabbat Schedule
Mincha7:00 PM
Candles7:13 PM
Shacharit8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Coffee & Commentary8:45 AM
Latest Shema9:37 AM
Jr Cong10:30 AM
Mini Minyan10:30 AM
Tot Shabbat10:30 AM
Shiur10:30 AM
Latest Shacharit10:43 AM
Perek On The Patio6:10 PM
Daf Yomi6:20 PM
Mincha7:10 PM
Maariv8:07 PM
Shabbat Ends8:12 PM
Shabbat Shalom

Who are we as a nation and what is our mission? From the time of Avraham through the revelation at Mt. Sinai, from the prophecies of Isaiah until today, we are tasked with the role of bearing G-d's light unto the world. We are the bearers of ethical monotheism and a just and kind society rooted in the belief that every human being is created in the image of G-d. The Torah portion of Shoftim embodies this ideal as Moshe highlights the judicial system and tenets for a moral society.

Our role in this arena grows stronger, unfortunately, with the rising threat of ISIS and other radical Islamist groups. Hamas and ISIS are one and the same. Their hatred towards people of all faiths and a philosophy of nihilism threatens our future.

Please click here and take a moment to read this recent compelling article  by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks on the topic. Further, I am working closely with the Southwest Connecticut Interfaith Council to build bridges of partnership and harness spiritual and political leadership for our community. Stay tuned for details.

We pray for continued peace in Israel. Please express your support by joining me on Shabbat, September 13 as we partner with Friends of the IDF to host Seargent Yoni Asraf as guest speaker. Also, please join us on Sunday morning, September 20 for an Israel Bond breakfast featuring Ambassador Yoram Ettinger.

Wishing you and your families a Shabbat Shalom and may we share good news in the week ahead
Rabbi Daniel Cohen 

THE ANNUAL KIDDUSH CUP VS YOUNG ISRAEL will be played this Monday Sept 1 at 3pm @ the JCC. While the team is set, please come and cheer us on to victory!

Weekday Schedule
Daf YomiSunday 7:45 am, Monday-Friday 7:00 am
ShacharitSunday: 7:15 AM/8:30 AM, Monday: 7:00 AM/8:30 AM, Tuesday-Friday: 6:30 AM/7:30 AM
MinchaSunday-Thursday: 7:10 PM
Candles next Friday7:02 PM
MondayLabor Day
Mazal Tov
  • to Sherri & Allen Rosenthal on the wedding of their son Jason to Sharon Sussman
  • to Carey Davidson & Stephen Davidson on the Bat Mizvah of Maddie
  • to Pam Ehrenkranz and Matt Greenberg on the wedding of Gabriella Zur to Riviv Jackier. Mazal tov to sisters Allison & Ilana
Thanks To Our Sponsors
Shabbat Shalom Hospital Packagesthe Linda Beson Nursing Education Fund
Chapel Kiddushthe shul
Sanctuary Kiddushthe shul
  • to Barbara Miller on the passing of her brother, Arthur Saltzman
  • to the family of Todd Goldberg
Shabbat Topics & Participants
ShacharitCantor Bokow
MusafCantor Bokow
SermonRabbi Walk Fear Itself
ShiurRabbi Tzvi Bernstein: Light and Salvation; Rugelach and Halvah; Refreshments by Howard Wolfe
UsherElisheva Kilner
Perek on PatioRabbi Walk
Torah ReadersRabbi Cohen, Dr. Steven Thau
Upcoming Events
A welcome Shabbat for new and prospective members on September 6 at CAS featuring:
    • a festive kiddush after services
    • an afternoon oneg- 4pm at Barrett field (aka the "Shabbos Park") (or in the event of rain, at the shul for games and activities)
    • lunch with a member family upon request via email to by Monday, September 1
Come check out our inspiring services, our youth programming, and the warmth of our vibrant community.  

Register using the form on the right of this page.  Those who register by September 1 will receive a Shabbat treat delivered to their door by a shul member.  
Everyone considering joining or who recently joined the CAS community is welcome!

For more information please e-mail Jessie Brand at

Sign up for the CAS Youth Welcome Back Event
Hey parents!Click here to have your kid hop on the Fun Busarriving at CAS for a big Welcome Back on September 7

MEN'S ADULT LEARNING TRIP (MALT) Monday morning December 1, 2014 to Saturday Night,December 6. Enjoy a week of learning, touring and bonding. The program will be based in Efrat. For more information, contact Rabbi Cohen at





Scholar in Residence - Judy Klitsner - Shabbat, September 19-20 
        • Friday night: Upheaval in the roles and fortunes of biblical women 

          Join us for dinner Friday night at 7:30 pm
          Cost:  $30 adults - $15 children under 12

        • Shabbat morning: Biblical leaders and their non-Jewish mentors 
        • Selichot Presentation: Did Noah and Jonah Share the Same Boat? How Similar Stories Say Opposite Things About the Human Soul.  Is it possible for human beings to change? Although we make such resolutions yearly on the soul-searching day of Yom Kippur, do we believe that self-transformation is really possible? To reveal the Bible's complex treatment of this question, we will explore the narratives of Noah and Jonah: two stories that share a remarkable number of themes, words and details. We will see how, despite their similarities, these two ancient stories actually present opposing views on the question of the human ability to change. Discover the surprising ways in which both views remain relevant to the modern reader in search of authentic and lasting inner transformation.  

Join Rabbi Daniel and Diane Cohen for a Family Summer Mission to Israel in August 2015. 

Explore the breadth and depth of the land. Great for first timers or veterans. The trip is uniquely tailored for adults with their children and grandchildren filled with history coming alive and a fostering a love of the natural beauty of our homeland. 

If you are thinking of a Bar or Bat Mitzvah in Israel, this is the perfect trip! 

For more information, contact Rabbi Cohen at or 203-252-8252. 

CAS Classes
Join Rabbis Cohen & Walk for special Pre-Holiday Classes
Rabbi Cohen's Pre-Holiday classes
  • Tuesday, September 2 & 9, 9 AM: 2 part series on the writings of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero. We will explore the classic work on personal development Tomer Devorah. 
  • Tuesday, September 2 & 9, noon: Teshuvah Themes in the Weekly Torah Portion 
Rabbi Walk's Pre-Holiday classes
  • Sept. 9: What'd I Do? Developing a Teshuva Mentality 
  • Sept. 16: A Blast From the Past: The Message of the Shofar 
  • Sept. 23: The Machzor Jitters: A Survey of Rosh Hashanah Liturgy 
  • Sept. 30: The Happiest Day of the Year: Recapturing the Joy of Yom Kippur
CAS Announcements
  • SPECIAL LECTURE WITH AUTHOR ALLAN CHERNOFF SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 9:30 AM @ CAS A veteran of national network TV news reporting, Allan Chernoff served as CNN's senior correspondent and has reported for CNBC and NBC News programs. He is the recipient of six best reporting awards from the Society of Professional Journalists New York Chapter and was a reporter on teams winning Peabody and DuPont Awards. Chernoff co-wrote The Tailors of Tomaszow with his mother, Rena Margulies Chernoff, a native of the town and a Holocaust survivor. Among the first-hand accounts included in the book is that of Eva Tenenbaum Romanowitz, a first cousin of Rena Margulies Chernoff and mother of longtime Stamford resident Dr. Harry "Hesh" Romanowitz z"l, a renowned pediatrician and mohel who was active in the Jewish community and worked to keep Yiddish language and culture alive.
  • ERUV HELP WANTED: people to check the eruv weekly, usually Friday morning. The check should take 20 to 30 minutes. If you are interested, please contact Art Smith at
  • THE CHEVRA KADISHA OF STAMFORD is proud to sponsor three important halacha shiurim with Rabbi Michael Taubes, Rosh Yeshiva and Principal, Yeshiva University High School for Boys. Shabbat, September 6 - 11:30AM at the Young Israel of Stamford (immediately following davening) - The Laws of Onen (Time After Death but Before Burial); 5:30PM at Congregation Agudath Sholom - The Laws of Sitting Shiva; 7:15PM at Congregation Agudath Sholom (during shalosh seudot) - When Yom Tov or Chol Hamoed Interferes with Shiva.
  • ANNOUNCING VERY FIRST CAMOS SHABBATON The Committee to Advance Modern Orthodoxy in Stamford (CAMOS) announces its very first Shabbaton for families interested in exploring a move to the Stamford community, on Shabbat weekend, October 31-November 1. It's a great opportunity for people to get a feel for the Stamford community in a relaxed way and over an enjoyable Shabbat weekend. Hospitality provided. If you know anyone who might be interested in visiting, please have them contact Kate Frommer Cik at kate.frommer@gmail or you can contact Kate yourself to find out more information.
  • DRESS CODE REMINDER With the summer months in full swing, please remember the summer dress code for leading services. On weekdays, men must wear full length pants and collared shirts. On Shabbat, a jacket is requested as well. For an aliyah, pants and collared shirts are acceptable during the weekday and Shabbat. Thank you for your cooperation in our on-going efforts to enhance the dignity of the shul.
  • IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING We need you to help secure our Synagogue. As you come to the building, please be aware of your surroundings. If you see something out of the ordinary, please let someone know about it. This will keep everyone safe.
  • 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 or phone, alerting our clergy and Chesed committee to offer comfort and assistance. Together, we can ensure 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.
  • CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS - CAS "HARVEST NOW" GARDEN Spring is finally here! We need experienced or inexperienced but interested gardeners for this season's Harvest Now garden at the shul. Last year, we grew, harvested and donated over 200 pounds of produce for the local food bank. Let's beat that amount this year! If you want to give 30-60 minutes of your time on a Sunday, early or late in the day, please contact Meredith Cohen at
  • WELCOME TO OUR SYNAGOGUE PROGRAM Every Shabbat we station ushers at the doors in the sanctuary to welcome people, assist them and enhance the service. We are expanding the usher roles to include a greeter in the lobby from 9-10:30 am. Please join the usher team. We need you and your smile. Info: Mitchell Bell.
  • CAS FREE MEZUZAH CAMPAIGN IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY, CT Bringing Blessings to Jewish Homes. Do you know a neighbor or a friend who lacks a mezuzah? CAS offers a free mezuzah and home visit to post this sacred scroll at the entrance to all Jewish homes in the area. For more info, contact Rabbi Cohen:
  • COMMUNITY CHESED HELPERS An important role of the Chesed committee is outreach to the Shul's elderly and homebound, who are often isolated and lack a lifeline to our synagogue. Volunteer to reach out and identify needs, visit, or give a ride. Even small gestures mean a great deal Interested? Vivian Weiss at 203-323-0909 or If you are aware of elderly or homebound members in need of outreach, please notify Rabbi Cohen.
  • NEW TO STAMFORD AND INTERESTED IN MEMBERSHIP? Contact Saul Skolnick, Ethan Green (203-276-9314) or Rabbi Daniel Cohen.
  • WE WANT YOU FOR BINGO! Players needed. Join in on the fun we have every week at 6:00 PM -
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  • High Holiday Seating Charts are now available online - just click here. Please check your seat request-we believe we have honored all requests, let us know if there are problems.
  • Graveside Services: Sunday September 28 - Old Cemetery 9:15 AM/New Cemetery 9:45 AM/Independent Lodge 10:45 AM
  • Tashlich: Rosh Hashana 9/25 5pm, West Lane, Revonah Woods
  • Yizkor Book:  If you received a letter or email about your Yizkor Book entry, please return it.  If you would like to enter a listing in the book, and did NOT have one in last year's book, please click here

Sukkot is coming!
Reserve your Lulav & Etrog Set
        • Reserve & pay on-line by September 29
        • pick it up at CAS October 5-6

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Saturday, September 20
Selichot Services9:30 PM/12:45 am
Sunday, September 21
Sunrise Service at the Cove6:15am
Wednesday, September 24
Candle lighting6:29pm
Thursday, September 25
Services Library6am
Main Sanctuary8am
Heyman Chapel8:30am
Candles not before7:28pm
Friday, September 26
Services (Library/Sanctuary/Chapel)6 am/8 am/8:30 am
Shabbat Shuva September, 27
Services (Chapel/Sanctuary)8 am/9 am
Shabbat Shuva Drasha5:30pm
Sunday, September 28
Fast of Gedaliah begins5:36am
Shacharit7:00 / 8:30 am
Old Cemetery9:15am
New Cemetery9:45am
Independent Lodge10:45am
Fast ends7:18pm
Friday, October 4
Candle lighting6:14pm
Kol Nidre6:30pm
Fast begins6:33pm
Saturday, October 5
Services - Library, Sanctuary & Chapel9am
Blessing of the Children7:10pm
Fast ends7:13pm
Wednesday, October 8
Candle lighting6:06pm
Thursday, October 9-Day 1
Shacharit Chapel7:45pm
Friday, October 10-Day 2
Shacharit Chapel7:45 /8:45am
Shabbat, October 11 - Day 3
Shacharit 7:45/8:45 am
Shabbat ends7:02pm
Sunday October 12 - Day 4
Shacharit7/8:30 am
Monday-Tuesday October 13-14
Sukkot Chol HaMoed Days 5-6
Shacharit6:20/7:30 am
Wednesday, October 15-Hoshana Raba
Shacharit6:45/8:30 am
Candle lighting5:55pm
Thursday, October 16-Shemini Atzeret
Shacharit7:45/8:45 am
Yizkor - Sanctuary10:15pm
Candles after6:54pm
Simchat Torah Hakafot7:15pm
Friday, October 17-Simchat Torah
Community Announcements
  • JFS SINGLE PARENT SUPPORT GROUP: beginning Mondays, September 15th at 7:45 pm Single mothers and fathers will be offered an environment for support, friendship and the exchange of parenting techniques. Open to all, both those who have recently become single parents or have been single for some time. Topics covered will include: scheduling, coping strategies, introducing new partners, extended family dynamics and emotional support. A small fee of $10/session or $50/entire 6 session series. Group will be held at the JFS Westport office, 431 Post Road E, Westport. For more information or to register, please contact Rebekah Kanefsky at 203-921-4161 or
  • LIFE TRANSITIONS-Wednesdays at 11:00 am Support group for the unemployed at the Stamford JFS office, 733 Summer Street, 6th Floor. The focus of the group is to provide a forum to discuss and explore the concerns and issues related to job loss and to find alternative solutions for career satisfaction. The group is a collaborative effort between JFS Counseling and Employment & Training Departments. To register or for more information, please contact Rosemarie Delia at 203-921-4161 or email at
  • JFS WORKSHOP - THE RACE TO COLLEGE- Mondays, October 6th, November 10th and December 1st, 6:00 - 7:00 pm Pre-planning for college for 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th graders and their parents facilitated by Claire Friedlander, Jewish Family Service College Consultant atHarry Bennett Branch of Ferguson Library, 115 Vine Road, Stamford. Free and open to the community. For more information, contact Claire Friedlander at or call 203-921-4161
  • BI-CULTURAL DAY SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE Sunday, October 26 at 10am. 2186 High Ridge Road, Stamford. Welcoming students in PreK thru Grade 8. Bi-Cultural, a co-educational Pre-K through eighth-grade Jewish day school, fosters a child-centered program with small group tutorials and one-on-one instruction employed to address individual needs. The staff holds Masters level certification and the resource staff are certified in several reading programs, including Orton-Gillingham. Bi-Cultural has a 6:1 student to teacher ratio. Science is taught by specially trained staff beginning in Pre-K. The learning day is enriched by art, music, movement, drama, field trips, frequent guest speakers, school-wide events and social action projects which engage students of varied learning styles. Bi-Cultural prides itself on academic achievement and a cutting-edge curriculum while simultaneously creating a warm, welcoming atmosphere. For more information about Bi-Cultural or to schedule a tour, please contact: Joanne Karow, Director of Admissions at or 203-329-2186
  • BI-CULTURAL ISRAEL TOUR - SUNDAY FEB.15 -THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 2015 Since 1965, Walter Shuchatowitz, (Mr. S.) the founding principal of Bi-Cultural Day School, has planned seventy four trips to Israel, for families, high school students, and eighth graders. The next one scheduled for February 2015 will be his Jubilee 75th Tour, and he feels it will be the best. Because of the great response, very limited reservations are still available. For more information about this year's BCDS Tour, please contact Eve Nachman at Bi-Cultural Day School at 203-329-2186 ext. 1341,
  • CARMEL ACADEMY OPEN HOUSE - SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 10 A.M. -NOON, 270 LAKE AVENUE, GREENWICH. Carmel Academy is a forward-thinking private school for children of all Jewish affiliations, offering each of its students an exceptional, challenging and creative educational experience from transitional kindergarten through eighth grade. Set on a beautiful, historic 17-acre campus in Greenwich, the Carmel Academy community is vibrant and diverse, attracting families from t Fairfield and Westchester Counties, Riverdale and Manhattan. Accredited with distinction by the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools, Carmel Academy's experienced, passionate masters-level teachers bring the school's educational philosophy to life. Carmel offers an exceptional individualized education with the benefit of low student-teacher ratios and small skills-based instructional group learning. Students participate in a wide-array of extracurricular activities and interscholastic team sports, as well as award-winning STEM enrichment programs. Carmel's Jewish values-based education encourages students to grow as human beings through a custom-developed values and character development program. Offering rigorous academic preparation, using expertly designed, integrated general and Judiac studies curricula, Carmel Academy's students go on to the finest Jewish and independent high schools in the country. For more information, to schedule a tour, or rsvp to the Open House please contact Director of Admissions, Daneet Brill, at or 203-983-3503.
  • UJF FINANCIALLY FIT FORUM LADIES NIGHT OUT! Enjoy good food, drinks, dessert, grab a friend, and take control of your financial well-being! Join Women's Philanthropy of UJF, JCC Center Women, Jewish Women Connect of Chabad and The Stamford Chapter of Hadassah to learn how you can be "Financially Fit". (Exercise Clothing Not Necessary!) Monday, September 15th, 2014 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Temple Beth -El, Stamford To RSVP email or call 203-321-1373
  • MY NEIGHBORS FAITH: MOMENTS OF AWAKENING Thursday, September 11, 7-8:30 pm. Ferguson Library Auditorium. 96 Broad Street at Bedford Street Downtown Stamford. In this installment of our series "My Neighbors Faith," area faith leaders from different traditions will join Rabbi Daniel Cohen to discuss how their communities experience and benefit from times of crisis or life change. We will mark the anniversary of the World Trade Center tragedy as we listen and share our own experiences.
  • YU WOMEN'S BEIT MIDRASH This 6-week program will take place at the Yeshiva University Museum (15 West 16th Street) on Wednesdays, October 29 - December 3, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Sessions will feature Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik, Director of the Zahava and Moshael Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought, Yeshiva University and Dr. Jacob Wisse, Director of Yeshiva University Museum and Associate Professor of Art History, Stern College for Women who will co-present on the topic of: "The Image and the Idea: An Interdisciplinary Seminar on Art History and Jewish Thought."
  • MA'AYANOT YESHIVA HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS is pleased to invite the community to their annual Yom Iyun on Tzom Gedalia, September 28th, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm at the school (1650 Palisade Avenue, Teaneck). The Yom Iyun will begin with a shiur by keynote speaker Mrs. Leah Herzog on the topic "Why Remember? The Role of Memory in Jewish Life," followed by additional shiurim by members of the Ma'ayanot faculty. Men and women are welcome. This event is generously sponsored by the Staiman family in commemoration of the yahrtzeit of Mr. Staiman's father, Shalom Tzvi ben Aharon, Sholom Staiman. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, please contact Pam Ennis at or 201-833-4307, ext. 265
  • UNDERSTANDING THE GAZA WAR: STRATEGIC & POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS Presentation by Dr. Ephraim Inbar, Professor, Bar Ilan and Director of Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies. Tuesday, Spetmber 9, 7:30 pm. Free.CGreenwich Library, 101 West Putnam Ave., Greenwich.
  • 613 RESTAURANT Stamford's premier Kosher Restaurant is now offering Sushi! Please stop in and help us welcome acclaimed sushi chef Shoichi ("Eddie") Kurokawa! Please stop by and come test our new menu featuring many popular classic rolls and a few of Chef Eddie's personal signature rolls. This is a significant landmark in Sixthirteen and we hope you will come share it with us! DELIVERY IS NOW AVAILABLE. Full menu, reservations & more: 203.614.8777
  • COMING SOON!!! ARI & RICA LIEBERMAN are excited to announce the forthcoming opening of their new sushi restaurant SOOSH. Located in the Stamford Plaza Hotel, 2701 Summer (203) 658-7505
  • FREE CHILDREN'S BOOKS IN HEBREW TO FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN BETWEEN THE AGES 2-8 The goal of Sifriyat Pijama B'America is to enhance knowledge and affinity for Jewish values from a young age and to retain a strong Jewish identity and appreciation of Hebrew. SP-BA provides an opportunity for families to create a tradition of reading bedtime stories in Hebrew and engaging in meaningful conversations. Info:
  • LINKING GENERATIONS OF THE SHOAH-Our 2nd Generation Group began in July 2012. We are a group of approximately fifty members ranging in age from 40 and up and we come from all over CT and Westchester County. Our monthly meetings take place in Westport, CT (usually at the UJA offices) every second Tuesday of the month. Spouses of 2G members as well as 3rd Generation often attend our general meetings. Please come and join us. For further contact information call: Ann Cohn at 203-762-0058 (home) or 203-984-6667 (cell).
  • MIKE'S CENTER CAFE & BAKERY AT THE JCC Is open during the week. For information, please call 203-321-0051 or
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