Florence Gaponoff Mother's Day
Gift Bag Assembly Day is
Sunday, April 30th!
Help us provide gifts to mothers
in shelters. Please collect samples of
toiletries/hygiene products and
put them in the bin in the admin hallway.
Donations are also welcome so that
items can be purchased - please note
"Mother's Day" on your check.
And mark your calendar for April 30th to help assemble the gift bags. Thank you!
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Zoom Classes with
History of Jewish Conflict -- Mondays, 9:00-10:15 AM
During the first semester, we will study the legal issues of women's roles. Among them: women counting in a minyan, reading Torah, receiving aliyot, wearing tallit/tfillin, women rabbis, women serving on a court, and others. In the second semester, we intend to study issues such as conversion, issues relating to Israel, and others selected by members of the class.
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Parashat Ha-Shavu'a -- The weekly Torah reading Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00 PM
Each week we will look at the weekly Parashah from both the traditional rabbinic and often midrashic points of view as well as from the point of view of modern historians. Although we would love you to join us for all classes, as classes are formed through sharing, you can join the lesson for that week's reading. Recommended: the New JPS translation, but feel free to use any translation.
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Mitzvah 613 - Thursdays,12:00 noon - 1:00 PM.
Bring your lunch!
More than a "good deed," as it is popularly known, mitzvah in a deeper and truer sense means, literally, command. I will provide the teachings from Sefer ha-Chinuch (likely 13th C; Barcelona; anonymous). This work numbers the mitzvot as they appear in the Torah, adding rabbinic teachings and the author's own insights. Recommended: Have a translation of the Torah with you.
Kabbalat Shabbat - Fridays, time varies
Abbreviated services (including L'cha Dodi; though not Shabbat evening services) and the singing of a few Zemirot. Benefits include -- spiritual ones as we enter Shabbat, congregational togetherness before Shabbat, and learning about something that we will sing.
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Registration is required for the first class in any topic you wish to participate in. If you have any questions, contact Marian at email@example.com.
Shacharit: 7:00 AM Thursdays
8:30 AM Sundays
Arvit: 6:30 PM Tuesdays
Kabbalat Shabbat on Zoom:
Shacharit: 9:30 AM
•See schedule of Zoom classes
Kabbalat Shabbat on Zoom - 6:20 PM
Candle Lighting ~ 6:59 PM
Shabbat Shacharit ~ 9:30 AM