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Congregation Agudath Sholom Shabbat Bulletin

Congregation Agudath Sholom
Shabbat Bulletin
April 2, 2016
23 Adar II 5776
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Shacharit6:30 AM
7:30 AM
Mincha7:00 PM
Candles7:01 PM
Shacharit7:00 AM
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Latest Shema9:46 AM
Mishnah & Hot Cocoa10:15 AM
Tot Shabbat10:30 AM
Mini Minyan10:30 AM
Shiur10:30 AM
Latest Shacharit10:50 AM
Daf Yomi6:10 PM
Code Of Jewish Law6:10 PM
Mincha7:00 PM
Maariv7:58 PM
Shabbat Ends8:03 PM
Shabbat Shalom
Keeping Kosher vs. Prayer
Simple yet profound. Rabbi Soloveitchik notes that there is only one verse in the Torah mentioning prayer (Devarim 11:13) but many chapters address dietary laws. Why?
The answer reflects a fundamental tenet of our faith. It is easier for man to pray than withdraw from food he desires. Humanity is ready to serve G-d spiritually but may resent any interference with his daily eating habits or manner in which he gratifies his physical needs. The prominence of the laws of kashrut teaches that it is impossible to sanctify the spirit without leading a disciplined life.
Judaism firmly roots the road to spirituality through the here and now and our daily decisions. Our choice of food without which we could not survive is designed to foster within us a Divine consciousness every day.
Yet, it is not only through the choices of buying kosher food. Our sense of G-d is heightened when we recite a bracha, or meditation prior to eating. We do not live to eat but eat to live. For this reason, the halacha recommends we do not eat while walking but sitting so we can be focused to truly enjoy the food and tap into its full physical and spiritual benefit. Consuming kosher food also creates community.
It goes beyond even the way we eat. Making an effort to buy Israeli products as a counter to the BDS movement as we encourage through "Love Israel Products", or supporting local farmers through our CAS Goes Organic initiative reflect other ways to sanctify our daily lives through food. As Pesach approaches, we are obligated to insure that every family possesses the financial wherewithal to celebrate Pesach. Make a contribution to our Maot Chitim, Pesach Charity fund.
Prayer is indispensable to religious life but God requires that we sanctify and elevate our bodies every day. As Rabbi Soloveitchik writes, "We have existed for almost two thousand years without a sanctuary and the absence of its service has not affected the integrity of our people. If a Jewish community would reject kashrut, however, it would become assimilated in a few generations."
Wishing you and your families a Shabbat Shalom,
Rabbi Daniel Cohen
  • new members Jessica and Adam Furmansky
  • Michael Geller of Mike's Organic. Mike will be at kiddush to answer all your questions about the CAS Goes Organic Project
  • Suchi Berkowitz of the IDF who is visiting Stamford as part of the JCC Tzahal Shalom Program.
Thank you to Mitchell Bell and Men's Club for organizing a successful Pesach Mitzvah Fair
Service Note Father/son minyan is ON this Sunday at 9:15 am.
Commemorating a Yahrzeit during Nisan Due to the joyous nature the season, we do not recite memorial prayers during the month of Nisan. If you have a Yaarzeit during Nisan and would like a Kel Maleh recited, either come to Mincha this Shabbat afternoon or send your loved one's name (Hebrew name and name of person's father) to Rabbi Cohen ( He will recite the prayer on your behalf either on Shabbat or next week.
Rabbi Cohen Halacha of the Week - Cholent and Crockpot Revisted - Letter to the Editor
  • Last week, we explored the guidelines for cooking cholent in a crockpot and the requirement to either insure the food is half cooked before Shabbat or if not, put raw food into the crockpot immediately prior to Shabbat. Thank you to a congregant for sending the following clarification.
  • Hi Rabbi Cohen-

    Just wanted to point out a bit of engineering to you about crock pots. Crock pots take a long time once turned on to bring foods up to cooking temperature because of the low heat output. If your cholent takes 5 hours to cook once you start the process, I would estimate that during the first 1 to 3 hours (depending on the setting) the food does not cook at all, it is just heating up. Therefore, it would just be the last (approximately) three hours that does the cooking and you would need to put it up approximately 3.5 hours before Shabbos to get it half-cooked. The times are quite variable, depending on factors such as amount of food in the crock pot (the more food, the longer it takes to get up to cooking time) and heat output of the crockpot.


    A Friendly Engineer
Shabbat Table Conversation for Shmini Your Shabbat table is compared to an altar through which we serve God. How does your meal reflect the values and vision of Judaism? Describe one of the most meaningful Shabbat meals you experienced. What made it so special? How does inviting guests contribute to the sanctity of the meal?
Israel Advocacy Israel Advocacy Love Israel Products LIPS Update - Have you started your Passover preparations yet? Osem pound cake is Kosher for Passover, gluten free and will melt in your mouth! On sale at Stop and Shop! Yasher Koach to Lola Halperin. The LIPS project is featured in this week's edition of the CT Jewish Ledger.
Shabbat Topics & Participants
SermonRabbi Daniel Cohen
Seudat ShlishitDr. Eric Jankelovits
Daf YomiDavid Besaleli
Torah ReaderNat Samberg
ShiurRabbi Walk: Who's that Cute Red Head?
Weekday Schedule
Candles Friday7:09 PM
Daf YomiSunday 7:45 am, Monday-Friday 7:00 am
ShacharitSunday:7:15 AM/8:30 AM/9:15 AM, Monday-Friday:6:30 AM/7:30 AM
MinchaSunday-Thursday:7:10 PM, Friday:7:00 PM
  • to Israel Lustig on the passing of his mother, Rebbetzin Esther Rivkah Lustig
  • to Laura Gallant on the passing of her father, Allen Milchman
To make a memorial contribution online, and have us send an acknowledgement to the family,
please click here.
Mazal Tov
  • to the Romanowitz family, Sheila and Dr. Hesh, of blessed memory, on the birth of a grandson, born to parents Avra and Seamus Dolan
  • to Ethan Green on celebrating his 33rd Bar Mitzvah anniversary
  • to Carmel Academy on their Erev Tov Gala
Celebrate with the family! Make a donation in their honor and we will send an acknowledgement to the family. Just click here.
Thanks To Our Sponsors
Shabbat Shalom Hospital Packagesthe Linda Beson Nursing Education Fund
Library Kiddushby Ana and Albert Lilienfeld
Chapel Kiddushsponsors wanted, please see Irwin
Sanctuary Kiddushby the Babayev family in honor of Lena's grandmother Shifro Khaimova and Manny & Charlotte Birnbaum in honor of their 47th anniversary ("Oy!" - her words)
Seudat ShlishitEric and Monica Jankelovits in memory of Eric's mother, Erna Jankelovits
Sponsor A Kiddush
Shabbat date Sanctuary Kiddush Chapel Kiddush
Sponsor a kiddush! click here to see the menus.
Click here to email Matt and he will contact you or see Irwin to arrange a Chapel Kiddush.
CAS Annual Dinner
CAS Annual Festive Dinner -April 10, 5pm
Karen & Ira Berk, Guests of Honor
Shira & Mitchell Zucker, Community Service Award
Jessie & David Brand, Young Leadership Award
Dovi Zucker, Chai Award
Please join us April 10 at 5pm. click here to sign up
Thanks to all those who have signed up so far! -
Rabbi Daniel Cohen Passover Site
you'll find a wealth of Passover information - our CAS Complete schedule, new Q&A about Pesach, form to sell your Chametz, my favorite links, a complete guide to making Passover, my favorite videos and podcasts.
CAS Mens Seder - April 6
Wednesday, April 6 - 7:00 PM
CAS Mens Seder - April 6
Please Sign up by Monday, April 4th, space is limited
$50 (plus tax & gratuity), includes 4 different beers, 3 course meal, and an opportunity to enhance your family seder.
Special guests: Rabbi Elisha Paul, Rabbi Oran Zweiter, Rabbi Jeremiah Wohlberg, Rabbi Jordan Soffer, as well as Rabbis Cohen and Walk
CAS Shmurah Matzah Sale - April 12
Crispy, crunchy, carefully watched, imported from Brooklyn: Shatzer Matzah
Schmura Matzah! Only $28 / one pound box
Order by Wednesday, April 6th/prepay now
Pick up @ CAS beginning, Tuesday, April 12th.
2016 Passover JFS Food Drive
CAS Annual Pesach Food Drive to Benefit Jewish Family Services
Chairs: Leah Fischel & Daniella Balsam
Youth Chairs: Julianne Katz & Shira Haron
CAS's Chesed Committee is organizing a Pesach food drive going on now to benefit Jewish Family Services. Your generosity replenishes JFS shelves to provide much needed Passover food to people in our community.
CAS Maot Chittim/PASSOVER Fund
Remember the needy this Passover
CAS Passover Across America Communal Seder - April 23
On Saturday night, April 23rd, Jews everywhere will lift up the four cups of wine and commemorate their transformation from slaves into a free nation. Join the National Jewish Outreach Program and celebrate... This Passover it s all about matzah, wine and a meaningful experience! Join us, together with the National Jewish Outreach Program and Jews around the world, as we celebrate Passover as never before. Everyone is invited to our unique explanatory, couples, families -- all ages. So bring your neighbors, your friends, your co-workers --and let s celebrate, together!
Led by Rabbi David Walk - The first 35 people to sign up will receive a special subsidized price of $18 adults, $10 for children (12 and under).
20% off one item. (One coupon per family)
Sylvia's Gift Shop Beautiful Passover Items on Sale Now!
We need volunteers to work in the shop! Please call Julie at (203)-321-6460

CAS Spring Beit Midrash Program March 3-17
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CAS Sisterhood Produce
CAS Goes Organic - Join Our New Farm Share Program Brought to You by CAS Sisterhood
What is a Farm Share? A Farm Share is a Local/Seasonal Assortment of Fruits and Veggies delivered every Wednesday to CAS for the Summer Season
Mike will be at CAS on April 2 with sample produce and to answer questions about the program. Call Mike anytime at 203-832-3000.
Man Up Class
Sunday, April 3 - 9:15 AM
Man Up Class
Join Rabbi Cohen and other pre-Bar Mitzvah seventh grade boys and their fathers to discuss what our tradition teaches us about becoming a man. Each session will cover a unique aspect of a Bar Mitzvah's new responsibilities in the world, and Rabbi Cohen will bring relevant sources to stimulate discussion. This is a great opportunity for fathers and sons to bond and grow in preparation for their Bnai Mitzvah. Final Bonus will be dinner at 613.
Scheinberg Lecture
Sunday, April 3 - 8:00 PM
Scheinberg Lecture
Dr. Dovid Katz: The Old Hebrew -Yiddish Conflict and Its Ongoing Legacies
Dr. Katz's involvement with Holocaust issues started with his thousands of hours of Yiddish dialectological interviews with survivors from the historic Lithuanian lands and turned to both academic research and public activism when Lithuanian prosecutors began accusing survivors of "war crimes" for having joined the anti-Nazi partisans. He coined the term "Holocaust Obfuscation" to define 21st century East European revisionism and in 2009 founded the web journal which he has edited since.
CAS Youth Junior Congregation Color War
GRADES 1-4: March 26th - April 9th
YES, that's right COLOR WAR AT SHUL! Come join Rabbi Jeiger, Nicole and Jennifer for a MINDBLOWING JR. CONG. experience that you will have to experience to believe.
COLOR WAR teams will be made on Shabbat morning, March 26th and the grand finale will take place at a special Jr. Cong. luncheon/ park outing on April 9th!
Events will include Tefillah trivia, Parsha puzzles, outdoor olympics, CAS shul scavenger (hunt), chow challenge, Rabbi riddles, a luncheon and Shabbat park trip not to be missed!

CAS Annual Dinner
Sunday, April 10 - 5:00 PM
CAS Annual Dinner
Join us for a festive evening as we celebrate our honorees and our thriving synagogue community. Elegant buffet, cocktails and dancing.
Guests of Honor - Karen & Ira Berk
Young Leadership Award - Jessie & David Brand
Community Service Award - Shira & Mitchell Zucker
Chai Award - Dovi Zucker
CAS Announcements
  • HOUSING IS NEEDED FOR THE ANNUAL JR. YACHAD SHABBATON, weekend of April 15-16. No meals other than breakfast. They will be out of the house Friday night for dinner and most of Shabbat day. Contact sharon wohlberg 203-327-9924 volunteer and include the following: 1.HOW MANY YOU CAN SLEEP 2.IF YOU HAVE STAIRS 3.IF YOU HAVE PETS 4.ADDRESS
  • SAVE THE DATE OF SHABBAT, MAY 7TH FOR AN OPEN HOUSE ONEG SHABBAT for New and Prospective members hosted by Rabbi Daniel and Diane Cohen. 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM at their home. For more info, contact Jessie Brand or Rabbi Cohen.
  • FATHER/SON MINYAN We are now holding a Father/Son minyan on Sundays at 9:15am. Breakfast to follow. We plan to hold this minyan twice a month. Please see Simeon Wohlberg for details
  • JOIN THE CHEVRA KADISHA We need new volunteers for the Chevra - those willing to perform a tahara. Info: Please contact Rochel Attar at
  • 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.
  • 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 Jessie Brand ( or Rabbi Daniel Cohen.
  • WE WANT YOU FOR BINGO! Players AND volunteers needed. Join in on the fun we have every week at 6:00 PM
CAS Classes
Week of April 3
SundayRabbi Walk: Bible from the Beginning - 9:15 AM
MondayRabbi David Walk: D'var Yom B'yomo-Timely Topics (held at BCDS) - 12:00 PM
Rabbi Walk: Laws of Tefilah - 7:30 PM
TuesdayRabbi Daniel Cohen: Power of the Prophets - 8:15 AM
Rabbi Daniel Cohen: The Depth of Genesis - 9:00 AM
Rabbi Daniel Cohen: Parsha Perspective and Paradigms - 12:00 PM
Rabbi David Walk: The Jewish Bookshelf - 7:30 PM
ThursdayRabbi Walk: Talmud Taanit - 7:30 PM
FridayRabbi Daniel Cohen: The Pre-Shabbos Torah Taste - 8:15 AM
Community Announcements
  • START THE PASSOVER COUNTDOWN WEEK WITH 613! Join us in our FIRST EVER Shabbat dinner meal to start the Passover Prep week without cooking! On APRIL 15, 613 Restaurant will host a community Shabbat meal. Candlelighting and minyan at 6:30pm, and start the meal at 7:00pm so you can drive to the restaurant before Shabbat and only have to walk one way....home! (vehicles can be left in 613 parking lot over Shabbat) PLEASE RSVP BY APRIL 8th TO AS WE NEED A MINIMUM TO MAKE THIS EVENT HAPPEN
  • POSITIVE PARENTING & EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE A lecture with Dr. Julia Trebing of Creative Therapies in Stamford, Thursday, April 14, 7:30pm at the JCC. Sponsored by the JCC Sara Walker Nursery School. Dr. Trebing will discuss techniques to help parents improve family life in a complicated, stressful world. For parents of children ages 2-8. Tickets JCC members $10/Community $12. For more information please contact Sandi Waldstreicher at or call (203) 322-6541. Click here to register.
  • MACCABI STAMFORD Sunday, April 17 * 1:30 - 4 p.m. at the Stamford JCC. Please join us for an experience full of mitzvah projects and a color run! J-Serve, The International Day of Jewish Youth Service, is April 17, 2016, but the spirit of tikkun olam (repairing the world) and tzedakah (just and charitable giving), is realized whenever people come together to better our world. Admission: one or more items of canned and/or non-perishable food.Open to the community. Please RSVP online at Register by April 1 to be guaranteed a t-shirt. Volunteers needed to help run event. For more information or to volunteer, contact Emily Eisen at 203.487.0973 or In partnership with: J-Serve, JCC Cares, Stamford JCC and 2016 Stamford JCC Maccabi Games & ArtsFest
  • BCDS PASSOVER Wednesday, April 13, 7:30 - 8:30 pm - BCDS CafĂ©. 18 Things to Say at Your Passover Seder" A BCDS Symposium designed to prepare you for a rewarding and meaningful seder experience
  • THE AMERICAN VETERANS OF ISRAEL LEGACY CORPORATION INVITES THE PUBLIC TO ATTEND THE 50TH ANNUAL MICKEY MARCUS MEMORIAL SERVICE AT WEST POINT MILITARY ACADEMY . Sunday, April 27, 2016. Please join us in a special program commemorating Colonel David 'Mickey' Marcus among the U.S. and Canadian volunteers who gave their lives in Israel's war of independence (1947-1949). Coffee collation at 10:00 a.m, followed by the chapel service at 11:00 a.m. The graveside service is scheduled for 12:30 p.m.
  • WOMEN'S INITIATIVE FOR JEWISH STUDIES (WIJS) is a program with the mission of introducing outstanding women Jewish studies scholars to the Westchester community. Now in its second year, this well attended program features speakers from both the United States and Israel through a series of lectures held throughout the year at Young Israel of New Rochelle, 1149 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY. All lectures are free of charge and open to both women and men. Please SAVE THE DATE of Tuesday, April 5, 2016 @ 7:45pm for a presentation by Dr. Avigail Rock on the topic "Chazal's Attitude Towards the Translation of the Torah." Dr. Avigail Rock, a Certified Rabbinic Advocate, has been teaching Tanach and Torah Shebe'al Peh for over two decades in Israel and abroad. She lives in Beit Shemesh, Israel with her husband, Rabbi Yehuda Rock, and their five children. We extend a warm welcome to the Westchester (and beyond) communities to join in this venture of advancing Jewish scholarship in our area. WIJS' concluding ssession for this season is scheduled for Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Please visit to view our schedule. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For additional information or to be added to our mailing list, please email
  • THE JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL OF CONNECTICUT'S 5TH ANNUAL SPRING GALA , honoring Mimi Cohen and Keter Shem Tov recipient Maureen Dewan, on Sunday, May 8th at 5:00 pm at Temple Beth El, Stamford, CT. For more information, please visit: or call 203-357-0850.
  • DO A MITZVAH! CONSIDER SUPPORTING THE JFS KOSHER FOOD PANTRY by purchasing Mitzvah Baskets and/or Mitzvah Centerpieces instead of flowers for your next simcha at CAS. Distributions from the JFS Kosher Food Pantry have increased by more than 1000 since the recession. With this tremendous upsurge in use, JFS is constantly challenged to keep the food pantry full. Your generosity enables JFS to help those in our community in their greatest moments of need.
  • PRE-SALE COMMUNITY TICKETS ON SALE UNTIL MONDAY FOR AN ACOUSTIC EVENING WITH MATISYAHU, Presented by the Amy Lipton z'l Israel Action Fund. Sunday, April 17th at 4:30 pm at Temple Sholom, 300 East Putnam Ave in Greenwich. General Admission: $36/adult, $18/guests under 21. Preferred Seating: $100/person, limited availability. To purchase tickets, go to and use Promo Code "TSfriend".
  • THE BCDS ISRAEL FAMILY TRIP will leave on Sunday, May 15 for a ten day tour to Israel. You do not need to have a child at Bi-Cultural to join the trip. Thee is always something new to see in Israel, and this year's trip is no exception. In fact, this trip is for both those who have been to Israel as well as for those who have never been. Please contact Bob Abrams at Bi-Cultural Day School for more information., or 203-329-2186. Ext. 1311.
  • BCDS MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR PRESCHOOL AGE CHILDREN Free and Open to the Public. Mark your calendar for these Tuesdays from 1:30pm-2:15pm at October 13th and 27th, November 10th, December 1st and 15th, January 5th and 19th, February 2nd and 23rd, March 8th and 22nd, April 5th, May 3rd and 17th, June 7th. For more information , please contact: Joanne Karow at or (203)329-2186
  • JCC MACCABI GAMES AND ARTSFEST, AUGUST 7TH-12TH. Host Families Needed! Feel the thrill of JCC Maccabi by offering athletes or artists a "home away from home" this summer. Host families experience JCC Maccabi on a personal level, connecting with their friends and neighbors, and building a bond with their visitors that extends well beyond the end of the event. Visit for complete details and to register! For more information, contact Rachel Rothman, Director, JCC Maccabi Games & ArtsFest at 203.487.0949 or
  • JFS COLLEGE AHEAD, TUESDAY, MAR. 22ND AT 7:30 PM Co-sponsored by the Stamford JCC, featuring college admissions officers from Barnard College, Elon University and University of Delaware as a panel exploring the essential issues all high school students and their parents need to know as they begin the process. Moderated by Claire D. Friedlander, JFS College Consultant, the program will take place at no cost at the Stamford JCC, 1035 Newfield Avenue. For more information, contact, Claire D. Friedlander at or call 203-921-4161.
  • JFS LIFE TRANSITIONS-WEDNESDAYS AT 3:00 PM Support group for the unemployed at the Stamford JFS office, 733 Summer Street, 6th Floor. The group will 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 Nadja Streiter at 203-921-4161 or email at
  • JFS NEW BEGINNINGS, MONDAYS, 7:00-8:00 PM Support group for separated or divorced at Westport JFS office, 431 Post Road East, Suite 11. To register, contact Nadja Streiter at 203-921-4161 or email at
  • LET'S TALK- THURSDAYS, 11 :00 AM Free at the Stamford JCC, 1035 Newfield Avenue. Seniors talk about common interests and concerns, facilitated by a Jewish Family Service counselor. Contact Connie Cirillo Freeman at 203-487-0983 or
  • JFS BRAIN FITNESS PROGRAM Working with clients experiencing early stage dementia or Alzheimer's in the client's home. Contact Matt Greenberg at 203-921-4161 or
  • SNAP ENROLLMENT WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS AND SENIORS, JFS will be providing information and eligibility assistance for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-formerly food stamps). Beginning February 10th at 2:30 pm in theStamford office (733 Summer Street,6th Floor), SNAP Enrollment Workshops will be presented monthly. For additional information or to register, please contact Rebekah Kanefsky, JFS Case Manager at 203-921-4161 or
  • SNAP ENROLLMENT WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS AND SENIORS, JFS will be providing information and eligibility assistance for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-formerly food stamps). Beginning February 9th at 11:00 am in theWestpoprt office (431 Post Road East), SNAP Enrollment Workshops will be presented monthly. For additional information or to register, please contact Rebekah Kanefsky, JFS Case Manager at 203-921-4161 or
CAS Youth
This weekend....
· Jr. Cong. COLOR WAR continues- Blue team vs White team!
Shabbat Morning Group Schedule and Leaders:
Tot Shabbat (ages birth-4) will meet in the youth classroom at 10:30 with Morahs Irene and Tamar!
Mini Minyan (ages 4-grade 1) will meet in the Library at 10:30 with Morah Debbie, Rivka and Morah Talia!
Jr. Cong. (grades 2-4) will meet in the Chapel at 10:30 and conitnue COLOR WAR with Rabbi Jeiger, and Jennifer!
B'nai Mitzvah Club (grades 5-6) will meet with Chaim Helman by the elevator at 10:30. Regular attendees of the BMC will get attendance cards and be invited for a fun WINGS NIGHT OUT at 613!
Teen Minyan (grades 7-12) will NOT meet this week .
Coming Soon April:
· Friday night oneg - want to host? Let us know.
· March 25- April 9 - Jr. Cong. Color War!! Ending with a Shabbat luncheon and park trip!! Details on the attached flier and online Sign up today and get a prize!
· So much more stay tuned J
If you would like to celebrate your child's birthday or special accomplishment by sponsoring a special "kiddush" or a Mishna and Hot Cocoa in their honor, please email me
If you would like to help support the Youth Department, please visit for all of our sponsorship opportunities.
Shabbat Shalom! Rabbi Jeiger

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