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Friday, May 19, 2017

Congregation Agudath Sholom Shabbat Bulletin

Congregation Agudath Sholom
Shabbat Bulletin
Omer: 39
May 20, 2017
24 Iyyar 5777
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Mincha7:00 PM
7:56 PM
Candle lighting7:51 PM
Shacharit7:00 AM
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Torah Before Tefillah7:40 AM
Library Shiur8:30 AM
Coffee & Commentary8:45 AM
Latest Shema9:11 AM
Latest Shacharit10:24 AM
Shiur10:30 AM
Tot Shabbat
Mini Minyan
Jr. Cong
10:30 AM
Daf Yomi6:50 PM
Code Of Jewish Law6:50 PM
Mincha7:00 PM
7:35 PM
Maariv8:47 PM
Shabbat Ends8:52 PM
Shabbat Shalom
On the Road to Redemption
Do you feel like you are in exile? Do you yearn to return to Israel? What does it mean as an American Jew to be bound to our homeland?
The conclusion of the book of Vayikra underscores these questions. The opening of Behar encapsulates the vision of Israel as a beacon to the world for freedom, shared economic prosperity, justice and Torah. What is our role in realizing this vision? How can we be a partner in the sacred mission of our people?
The last Parsha of Vaykira, Bechukotai, describes the consequences both good and bad of forgetting and abandoning our mission. God describes the meta narrative of Jewish history of exile and return. Throughout our 4,000 year history, our ability to live and thrive in Israel depends on our realization of its role as the space and place for creating a holy and model society for the world. God states clearly in the Torah portion: If we embrace the ways of Torah, we will merit to witness blessings in Israel. If, God forbid, we do not, we will be sent into exile.
Herein emerges the challenge of our generation. We are in and out. We are in a state of exile and redemption simultaneously. Approximately half of the Jewish people live in Israel and close to half in America. In so many ways, Israel is thriving and so are we. Yet, despite our comfort and self congratulations, we cannot and must not forget the inevitable trajectory of our people. We are in the west, but our hearts are in the east.
It is no wonder that the final words of comfort God offers the Jewish people following the curses of the exile are the following: "I will remember the covenant of Jacob, Isaac, and Avraham and will remember the land of Israel." Why list the patriarchs in reverse order and Israel last? A great sage explained that each patriarch represents a pathway to redemption: Torah, Prayer, and Loving kindness. Chesed, Avraham's attribute, is listed last since it is more universally observed by the Jewish people than Torah and Prayer and serves as merit to insure redemption. However, the most universal testament of our commitment to our mission is our unbreakable bond with Israel.
We live in America but remain in exile and, thank God, are on the road to peace and redemption. We stand 50 years after the liberation of Jerusalem - our united and eternal capital. Days before the 1967 war, the outlook was grim. Graves were dug in Israel in anticipation of mass casualties. In six miraculous days, with the help of God, our dream of return became a reality. Let us celebrate! Let us hold our heads high!
On Wednesday, May 24th, join us for Hallel on Yom Yerushalayim morning and our concert led by the Chazan at 7:30 PM. There will be an early mincha at 7:10 PM and a celebratory maariv following the event. Join us as Stamford Celebrates Israel on June 4th in New York City. In the words of King David, "This is the day God has made, let us rejoice and celebrate His salvation. "
Wishing everyone a Happy Yom Yerushalyimand Shabbat Shalom,
Rabbi Daniel Cohen
Service Notes
  • The Friday night late mincha, kaballat Shabbat and maariv will begin tonight and continue through the summer. The minyan will start five minutes after candle lighting.
  • Dudes, daughters, and donuts Minyan is on this Sunday at 9.15am
  • The 5/27 Chapel service will begin at 7:45 am
  • Women's Tefillah Group - May 27th, Naomi Hanna's Bat Mitzvah
Join us in welcoming Deputy Consul Matan Zamir from the Israeli consulate in Boston, who will offer remarks at the Yom Yerushalayim concert. Look forward to seeing you there!
Mitzvah Opportunity My oldest brother is in need of a kidney transplant. All family members who volunteered to donate have been rejected for various reasons. Some who were rejected benefited from the process by learning they had medical conditions that needed attention, but would not have been uncovered for years without the highly detailed blood work used for donor clearance. So even though they could not donate, by volunteering they have actually benefited themselves. If you are willing to donate and are blood type A or O, please contact me via email ( for further information. You can also contact Renewal ( as he is registered with them.
This Week in Jewish History Join the hundreds who have viewed Rabbi Zweiter's new series Just click here to view the new YouTube Channel
Kosher Alerts The OU reminds you to always check the label before purchasing any item that needs kosher certification! And for the latest corrective actions, stay up with the latest OU KOSHER CONSUMER ALERTS & ADVISORIES...just click here
Kosher Advisory Breaking news from the OU - newly certified items! to check out the list click here
LIPS product of the week Check out our new Love Israel Products Blog (LIPS) for the latest ways to support Israel! Thank you to Lola Halperin and Aaron Goldenberg for organizing.
Shabbat Topics & Participants
Torah Before TefillahRabbi Oran Zweiter
Coffee & CommentaryRabbi David Walk
Library ShiurBarry Best: Laws of Sefirat HaOmer
ShiurRabbi Oran Zweiter: Learning in Kollel: Is it Good, Bad, or Maybe Both? (part 2)
SermonRabbi Daniel Cohen
Daf YomiDavid Bessaleli
Seudat ShlishitTribute to Rabbi Yehuda Jeiger
Torah ReadersDaniel Janush, Nat Samberg
Weekday Schedule
ShacharitShacharit: Sunday 7:15 AM/8:30 AM/9:15 AM, Monday-Thursday 6:30 AM/7:30 AM, Friday 6:20 AM/7:30 AM
MinchaMincha: Sunday-Thursday 8:00 PM, Friday 7:00 PM/8:02 PM
Late MaarivMonday-Thursday: The Learning Center, 1766 Bedford Street, 8:45 PM
Candles Friday7:57 PM
SundayOmer: 40
MondayOmer: 41
TuesdayOmer: 42
WednesdayYom Yerushalayim/Omer: 43
ThursdayOmer: 44
FridayRosh Chodesh Sivan/Omer: 45

We look forward to a meaningful and joyous Shavuot holiday at CAS. The full schedule will be posted next week. However, here is sneak peek. We are excited to explore the theme of "The American Jewish Experience" on Shavuot this year during the night and also in between mincha and maariv. The learning sessions will feature the following speakers and topics:

  • Rabbi Daniel Cohen: Trapped in Mourning: Responsa from the Titanic and 9/11
  • Yona Israel: Straddling two worlds- the Life of a Jewish American
  • Jay Jubas: Saying the Prayers for Government in the Age of Trump (and Obama)
  • Rabbi Alex Ozar: Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel's prophetic witness to American Society
  • Lauren Steinberg: The Separation of Church and State in Hashkafa and Halacha
  • Rabbi David Walk: The Chareidization of America: Why knitted kipot seemed to be losing to black hats
  • Rabbi Oran Zweiter: Mesirah: Is it right to turn Jews in to the secular authorities in America?
  • Yona Israel: Surprise Topic
Mazal Tov
  • to Len and Susan Mark on the engagement of their son Michael to Sarah Harris
  • to Todd Sharinn and Noa Eisenberg on the upcoming marriage
  • to Shirley Brazel Sklar and Bill Sklar on the Bat Mitzvah of their granddaughter, Alexis Bea Leibowits
  • to Alice and Jason Janush on Daniel's Bar Mitzvah
  • to Rabbi Tzvi Bernstein, Rachel Rothman and all of the honorees at the Bi Cultural Day School Annual Dinner this Sunday. May the school continue to grow from strength to strength.
Celebrate with the family! Make a donation in their honor and we will send an acknowledgement to the family. Just click here
Yasher Koach

A Thank You Lunch for our CAS Healing Visits Team. Thank you to Gloria Green, Richard Schwartz, Shira Nerenberg, Joyce Haber, Joseph Rubbak, Bruce Newman, Phyllis Shapiro and Alisa Weisser (not pictured Mark Wagshul)

Thanks To Our Sponsors
Shabbat Shalom Hospital Packagesthe Linda Beson Nursing Education Fund
Library Kiddushby Dr Al Wolfsohn in commemoration of the yahrzeit of his wife, Royce Wolfsohn z"l
Chapel KiddushNiedober & Fruchter Families in commemoration of the 21st yahrzeit of Murray Niedober and Debbie & Michael Berg in memory of Debbie's mother, Marlene Lilienfeld's 10th yahrzeit
Sanctuary KiddushAlice and Jason Janush in celebration of Daniel's Bar Mitzvah
Seudat ShlishitIn honor of Rabbi Jeiger
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CAS Israel Advocacy Update
CAS Israel Advocacy Update
  1. Stamford Celebrates Israel!Join the Stamford, New Canaan and Darien community at the Salute to Israel Parade! Sunday June 4, we will be watching, cheering and singing together at Stamfords new special designated spectator section: between 61st and 62nd streets in Manhattan, on the east side of the street (across from the park). Feel free to bring homemade signs and t-shirts declaring, Stamford Celebrates Israel!
  2. Consider Visiting Israel this year! Contact Rabbi Cohen about his trip
  3. Join our Israel Advocacy Committee
  4. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. On May 22-25 be front and center for a mega-celebration in Israel in partnership with the Religious Zionist of America (RZA) and World Mizrachi. Individuals and communities from around the world will participate in this once in a lifetime opportunity. Celebrating 50 years of a reunited Jerusalem on Yom Yerushalayim. See
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Rabbi Jeiger Seudat Shlishit
As Rabbi Jeiger takes on more responsibilities as Associate Principal at Bi-Cultural, we would like to thank him for his 6 years of service to CAS. Please join us in sponsoring a Seudat Shlishit in his honor.

Participants as of May 19, 8 AM:

Rochelle & Hecky Attar
BI-Cultural Day School
Daniella & Mitchel Balsam
Lynn and Harvey Berman
Darona & Tzvi Bernstein
H & E Bernstein
Jodi & Richard Boxer
Judy & Jeff Cahn
Anat, Marc, Coby, Racheli & Avigayil Chavkin
Joyce & Barry Chavkin
Kate & Peretz Cik
Meredith, David, Hannah, & Eden Cohen
Rabbi Daniel & Diane Cohen
Rachel & Ephraim Cohen
Stella & Isaac Cohen
The Dayan Family
Can Dyman
Jessica & Adam Furmansky
Judy & Howard Goldstein
Jill & Arthur Green
Shira, Ethan, Solomon & Yael Green
Joyce & Larry Haber
Meg & Yoav Haron
Rachel & Dan Haron
Tricia & Rob Hoff and Family
The Jubas Family
Rebekah & Brian Kanefsky
Liat & Benjy Karsch
Flora & Carl Kaufman
David & Lorraine Kweskin
Rica & Ari Lieberman
Susan & Len Mark
The Marlowe Family
The Meyers Family
Jeff & Shari Mosenkis
Rose & Bruce Newman
Jessica & Elie Niedober
Yossi and Tina Notik
The Pitkoff Family
The Rubin Family
Rachel & Richard Seligson
Shelley & Eddie Senker
Lillian & Sandy Shapiro
Phyllis & Martin Shapiro
Rebecca & Eric Sigman
Nicole & Daniel Sobelsohn
Miriam & Josh Sperber
Laura & Seth Tobin
Howard Weiss
Howard Wolfe
Navah & David Zizmor
The Zucker Family
Chani & Rabbi Oran Zweiter
Cantor Concert
Wednesday, May 24 - 7:30 PM
Cantor Concert
The Cantor's
Yom Yerushalayim
50th Anniversary Concert

Wednesday, May 24th at 7:30 pm
Congregation Agudath Sholom
Live Music, Dancing and refreshments
With participation of Ira Berk, Jonathan Cahr, Rabbi Greg Wall of Westport & Mr. Matan Zamir, Deputy Consul of Israel to New England
Free admission

Contact the office if you would like to sponsor
Journey of Body & Soul To Israel trip
Make "Next Year in Jerusalem" a reality! Consider joining the Journey of Body and Soul to Israel this coming November with Rabbi Daniel and Diane Cohen.
Graduation Kiddush
Thursday, June 1
Graduation Kiddush
Join the CAS Graduation Celebration!
If you have a graduate in your family (preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, college or graduate school), we will publish his/her name and the level from which he or she is graduating.

Celebrate the graduates of our member families with a festive kiddush on the second day of Shavuot in honor of the graduates. Help co-sponsor the kiddush
$50 per family sponsorship || $180 for family cum laude sponsorship
CAS Annual Meeting
Tuesday, June 13 - 7:30 PM
CAS Annual Meeting
Join us for our annual meeting - reports from the Rabbi, President, and Treasurer; election of officers; and presentation of the George and Ziporah Freedberg Awards for Excellence and Outstanding Service
CAS Youth Teen Minyan Kiddush Fund
Sponsor a teen minyan kiddush
Parents! Help us provide kiddush at all our teen minyans this year!
CAS Classes
Week of May 21
SundayRabbi David Walk: Bible from the Beginning - 9:15 AM
Bob Abrams: Tanach, Judaism and World History - Bagels with Bob - 10:00 AM
MondayBob Abrams: Tanach - The Book of Samuel - 10:15 AM
Rabbi David Walk: Dvar Yom B'Yomo. - 11:30 AM
TuesdayRabbi Daniel Cohen: Power of the Prophets - Daniel - 8:15 AM
Rabbi David Walk: Kabbalah- Symbolic System of Thought - 7:30 PM
WednesdayRabbi Oran Zweiter: Weekly Haftorah - 9:00 AM
ThursdayRabbi Oran Zweiter: Rambam Reboot - 13 Principles - 9:00 AM
Rabbi David Walk: Talmud Taanit - 7:30 PM
FridayRabbi Daniel Cohen: The Pre-Shabbos Torah Taste - 8:15 AM
CAS Young Families
Mommy and Me - Bring your baby and come meet other moms at CAS. Thursdays 11:30 AM -12:30 PM. For Babies birth through 1. This is a free group open to the community. May 25, June 8 and 15. For more info, contact Melissa Litwak at

CAS Young Families Spring Fling Shabbat Oneg in the Park Please join the CAS Young Families in the Shabbas Park on Saturday, June 10th at 4:30 pm for an oneg. Please bring a parve dessert or snack to share. We are looking forward to seeing everyone! Please feel free to invite friends and any families who may be visiting.

CAS Young Families Shalom Bayit Series with Rabbi Daniel Cohen Shalom Bayit Series with Rabbi Daniel Cohen Three Sundays in the Spring. April 23rd, May 7th and June 11th at 8 PM. Topics will be Parenting on the Same Page, 10 Principles for Spiritual Parenting, Romance in a Busy Marriage. For more information and/or registration for the series, contact Rachel Maryles at

Toddler Time Playgroup Tuesdays, 3:30 pm. Please join us for an hour of free play for children 1 to 4 years old and their caregivers. Facilitated by two moms of toddlers, this drop-in group meets weekly at CAS in the downstairs children's classroom. No cost, a light snack provided. Info: Jessica Furmansky
CAS Announcements
  • REMINDER As we enter the final months of our fiscal year, we appreciate all members paying any outstanding dues or fees. If you have questions about your account, please contact Matt or 203-358-2200
  • CAS/UJF COMMUNITY EVENT UPDATE The May 22nd event at the home of Rabbi Daniel and Diane Cohen has been cancelled.
  • THE HARVEST NOW GARDEN IS BACK - WE NEED YOU! Thank you to Jim Benjamin and Meredith Cohen for their leadership in leading our Harvest Now Garden which produces vegetables for a local homeless shelter. It is a great project for young and old and families. Last year, the crop yielded over 200 pounds of vegetables. We work on the gardening periodic Sundays and we are ready to start this season. If you can make it, join us this Sunday, May 21st at 9:15 AM in the back of the shul. Thank you! To learn more about Harvest Now, visit
  • MIKVAH EDUCATION EVENT with Dena Block, Steinmetz, Bernstein, Alexander Yoetzet Halacha. She will discuss "Behind the Scenes of Jewish Marriage: A Torah Perspective on Intimacy and Sexuality" on Monday night, June 12th at 8 PM at CAS. The event is free and open to the all women in the community. Please RSVP your attendance to Jessica Batkin at To support the Minnie Manger Marcia Lieberman Mikvah join the Mayim League. For more info, click here to donate.
  • CAS MEN'S CLUB BOARD GAMES NIGHT! A new event at CAS brought to you by the Men's Club. We will be having a Board Game Night on Tuesday, June 20th (3rd Tuesday of the month) between 8:30 pm and 11 pm in the Social Hall, and its open to men and women. Coffee and tea will be provided. Bring your own games and a friend or two. Options include cards (bridge, spades, hearts, etc.), chess, checkers, backgammon, Rummy Q, Clue, Parcheesi, Monopoly, mah jong, unusual board games (Settler, etc), or anything else you can think of. Contact Bruce Newman ( if you have a question or want to make a comment or suggestion.
  • HEALING VISITS MITZVAH UPDATE - Thank you to all of our volunteers on our healing visits team. The healing visits team is a group of men and women in our shul who visit people in the hospital, facilities or at at home. It a very meaningful way to lift people's sprits and make a difference. You can offer as much or as little time as you have for each person is world unto themselves are your warmth lights up their day. Every week we send out a healing visit update. To join the team, contact Rabbi Cohen at
  • 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:
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • WE WANT YOU FOR BINGO! Players AND volunteers needed. Join in on the fun we have every MONDAY at 6:00 PM


Open on Sunday from 10 am - noon

We need volunteers! Please call Julie at (203) 321-6460 or Anne at (203) 321-5072

Community Announcements
  • LEARNING TO SPEAK: A MIDRASHIC AND HASIDIC PORTRAIT OF THE BIBLICAL MOSES Dr. Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg will present "Learning to Speak: A Midrashic and Hasidic Portrait of the Biblical Moses" on Monday, May 22nd at 8:15pm at the Young Israel of New Rochelle, 1149 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10804. The lecture, which is free and open to women and men, is part of a continuing series sponsored by the Women's Initiative for Jewish Studies. Drawing from her new book, "Moses: A Human Life," Dr. Zornberg will explore how Moses's initial sense of himself as "not a man of words" comes to a poignant consummation in the long speeches he makes to the people before he dies. An examination of Midrashic and Hasidic sources raises questions about the movement of desire - about transitions, transmissions and transferences. Dr. Zornberg earned B.A. and Ph.D degrees in English Literature from Cambridge University and has taught Torah at leading institutions in Jerusalem for the past 30 years. She holds a Visiting Lectureship at the London School of Jewish Studies. Please visit to view the complete WIJS schedule or email for more information or to be added to our mailing list
  • GOURMET KOSHER BBQ AND MORE AT THE FIRST-EVER SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT JEWISH FOOD FESTIVAL Presented by the Federation for Jewish Philanthropy of Upper Fairfield County, a family-friendly celebration of Jewish food and food values, featuring kosher BBQ by The Chosen Cholent and Smokehouse and the Grow and Behold grill, as well as cooking demos, workshops for adults and kids, the Teva Topsy Turvy Bus mobile environmental lab, a cookbook fair, and more! Sunday, June 11, 11 AM - 4 PM, Temple Israel, 14 Coleytown Road, Westport | Program and tickets:
  • JEWISH SENIOR SERVICES NEEDS MINYAN MENSCHEN!! JSS is in great need of men to attend and help make our daily Minyan (prayer quorum of ten) in order to help Residents say the Kaddish 365 days of the year. Our Minyan hours will not overlap with most synagogues Minyans. Please feel free to contact Rabbi Stephen Shulman, Director, Pastoral Services at (203) 396-1001 or email for exact service times.
  • 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.
  • SCHOKE JFS LIFE TRANSITIONS, beginning Wednesday at 4 pm. Support group, meeting weekly, for unemployed facing the emotional challenges of finding employment at the Stamford Schoke JFS office, 733 Summer Street, 6th Floor. Contact Anne Birchenough at 203-921-4161 or
  • LETS TALK (FREE) Thursdays, 11 am at the Stamford JCC, 1035 Newfield Avenue, 1 pm at the Westport Senior Center, 21 Imperial Avenue, and 12:45 pm at the Bigelow Center for Senior Activities, 100 Mona Terrace, Fairfield. Seniors talk about common interests and concerns, facilitated by a Schoke Jewish Family Service counselor. Contact Anne Birchenough at 203-921-4161 or
  • LETS TALK Fairfield, starting in February 23rd at 12:45 pm at the Bigelow Center for Senior Activities, 100 Mona Terrace, Fairfield. Seniors talk about common interests and concerns, facilitated by a Schoke Jewish Family Service counselor. Contact Rebekah Kanefsky at 203-921-4161 or
  • NOT ENOUGH MONEY FOR FOOD? Schoke JFS will provide information and eligibility assistance for financial help to purchase food. For a consultation, please contact Rebekah Kanefsky, Schoke JFS Case Manager at 203-921-4161 or email
  • SCHOKE JFS BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP, meets weekly, Thursdays at 10:30 am, at Congregation Bnai Israel, 2710 Park Avenue, Bridgeport. Gather to share feelings and exchange ideas in a non-judgmental environment that provides emotional, practical, and spiritual support for grieving the loss of a spouse or significant other. Contact Amanda Geffner, Schoke JFS therapist at 203-921-4161 or
We Wish A Speedy Recovery To
  • Alexander ben Ida
  • Benjamin Eitan ben Gittel Abi
  • Daniel Natan ben Sara Leah
  • Dinah bat Maria
  • Doron ben Tia
  • Dov ben Pnina
  • Eliezer ben Leah
  • Esther Shoshana bat Yeta Chaya
  • Feivel Yakov ben Sarah Rochel
  • Ida bat Chana
  • Refael Ephraim ben Sima
  • Shifra Feige bat Reichel
  • Shifra Leah bat Chaya Sarah
  • Yitzchak Asher ben Chana Shayva Chaya
  • Yosef ben Batya
  • Zev Mordechai ben Chaya Gittel
CAS Youth

May 2017 - Theme of the Month: Eretz Yisrael

May 20-
  • Tot Shabbat/ Mini Minyan - Discussion: Who has been to Yerushalayim and what do they remember most about Israel? (ongoing for the month)
  • Jr. Cong. - Discussion about 1967 and the importance of Yerushalayim to the Jewish people.
  • BMC meeting with David Giver
May 27-
SHAVUOT - MAY 31- JUNE 1: Many amazing learning opportunities for kids of all ages... Stay tuned for details,

Upcoming Teen Minyan Dates:

  • June 3, 10, 17

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 all of our sponsorship opportunities.

Shabbat Shalom! Rabbi Yehuda Jeiger

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