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Kol Kiruv May 2015




Rabbi's Message


Cantor’s Notes


President’s Message


CPT Outreach


Rabbi Uri Regev 5-9-15


Shavuot & Bat Mitzvah


May 30, 2015 Gala


Annual Meeting


Pictures from the CPT Seder


Kidz Korner


Oneg Calendar


Birthdays and Anniversaries


Women’s Rosh Chodesh




A Night to Honor Israel


Israel Independence Day


Community Happenings


Nid’vei Leiv—From the Heart


Contribution Form


Calendar at a Glance


Clergy and Staff Rabbi: Yocheved Mintz Cantor: Marla Goldberg Accompanist: Timothy Cooper Newsletter: Nancey Eason Educator: Rabbi Mintz , Cantor Marla Goldberg Bookkeeper: Lynn Pisetzner Office Administrator: Nancey Eason

Vol. 21—No. 11

10 year Celebration Honoring Rabbi Yocheved Mintz Spiritual Leader of Congregation P’nai Tikvah Saturday, May 30 M Resort Henderson, Nevada 6:30 p.m. Havadallah & Champagne poolside 7:30 p.m. - Dinner & Dancing The Mintz Band O’ Brothers Lux Penthouse RSVP: Lynn Pisetzner 702.492.1697

Congregation P’nai Tikvah will worship on Shabbat, May 1st and May 15th at Kraft-Sussman Chapel, in the Bank of Nevada Business Park at 3975 S. Durango, Suite 104, in Las Vegas. Tot Shabbat-Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv services will begin at 6:30 PM on May 1st and Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv services will begin at 7:30 PM on May 15th. Torah Study will take place at 10:00 AM on May 2nd and 16th at Rabbi Mintz’s home. A bagels and lox brunch is served. Please RSVP by emailing

Rabbi’s Message: Chevreh: Here we are in the month of Iyyar and it is a liminal time of the year. As we ascend from Pesach, our Z’man Cheiruteinu/ season of our redemption upwards towards Shavuot, our Z’man Matan Torah/season of the gift of the Torah, we find ourselves working consciously on spiritual self-betterment day by day. We do that through the counting of the Omer as a way of preparing us for virtually being ready to accept the Torah, year after year. Now, whether one does this purposefully, with kavvanah/focus and intent or whether one just kind of lets it happen, Shavuot will be coming (6 Sivan). This year we will celebrate it together outdoors on the Green at Eagle Hills on Sunday, May 24, at 10 a.m. It is a doubly joyous service, as our own Sabrina Linker, daughter of Scott Linker and Ariel Cole, will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah. The Linker family is sponsoring the Kiddush luncheon (catered by the Veggie House) immediately following the service. Please call the office, 702-4364900, to RSVP, as Eagle Hills is a gate-guarded community, as we will need to let the guard know all our guests. But, as inevitably as day follows day and we hopefully go forward, let’s pause to contemplate where we’ve been. On Pesach, every year we retell the story of our Exodus. Whether we recite it in the traditional Maggid of the Haggadah, or, as we did this year, do a parody of the story ala J.K. Rowling’s style with our presentation of “Mosey Potter: The Boy Who Lived,” we annually remind ourselves of our story of liberation. Why do we do this, year after year? continued on page 3


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We do it because we need to understand our story, how we got to where we are. We need to remind ourselves that we came to Mitzrayim initially for food and were welcomed and taken in, but eventually, over a long period of time, we became enmeshed in the society and, then, enslaved. We need to remember that it didn’t happen overnight, and that it took a strong leader and a series of awful plagues, for us and our captors to realize that we needed to be free. And it is essential to remember that it took immense courage and insight to speak truth to power, but we did; and we emerged from slavery, received the Torah, and went from a group of tribes to a nation. The point is that this annual retelling is also a constant reminder that we need to be aware of our past, learn from it, and apply those lessons to the present---for the sake of the future. When we see problems in our society, we need to understand that they are the results of what has come before, but they can be changed by our vigilance, awareness, and actions. And, it is incumbent upon us to speak truth to power. O.K., all good and well. Nice thoughts, but what does this have to do with us, now, here, as Jews living in the greater Las Vegas area? Everything! Whether we came here from another locale or grew up here, we need to acknowledge that this is now our home, and, therefore, our history and heritage require of us to do what we can to make our home live up to its potential. As Jews, we are mandated “l’takein et ha-olam” to bring wholeness to the world…and we know that that begins at home. That’s why we are supportive of Jewish Federation, the Jewish Family Service Agency, Nevadans for the Common Good, and a number of other institutions that are making a difference. That is why we encourage one another to vote, to contact our representatives on matters of importance, to stand up and speak out. continued on page 4 3

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So, as we prepare our spiritual selves for the “trek up the mountain,” let us also apply that awareness to our physical, economic, and social environment here at home. Let us never take our heritage for granted. Let us understand the responsibilities that come along with the receiving of the Torah, and let us go forth, as a congregation to make a positive impact in our own lives and in the life of the community we call home. May Shavuot be truly a “peak” experience this year, and, as we mark the tenth anniversary of your entrusting me to be the spiritual leader of this holy community, may I take this opportunity to thank you for your trust and to wish us all “mazal” as we go from strength to strength. Bi-v’rachot u-b’hodot…with blessings and gratitude,

Rabbi Yocheved Mintz


Cantor’s Notes

A Note From the Cantor There is a tradition that when you arrive in Jerusalem for the first time, you get off your bus (or however you arrived at the city) and walk up to the city. I did this the first time I visited Jerusalem. It was in 1985, right after I graduated high school, as part of a 6 week trip to Israel. The first several days were spent in Jerusalem, including the first Shabbat. During that Shabbat, our group walked through the Old City to the Wall. As we approached, the lights shining upon the Wall made it look as if it were gold to me. Skip ahead many years to my Year In Israel for my cantorial studies. My class spent many Saturday nights observing Havdalah in a park behind the King David Hotel. From there, while looking for the 3 stars that signified the end of Shabbat, we could see the walls of the Old City. As night descended, the lights of the outer walls also seemed to shine with a golden glow. Both of these experiences made it clear to me how Naomi Shemer could write the song, Yerushalayim Shel Zahav. Naomi Shemer, z”l, is often considered the ‘”first lady of Israel Song and Poetry”. A sabra, Shemer was born at Kibbutz K’vutzat Kinneret, on the shores of the Galilee, in 1930. Her parents, Meir Sappir and Rivka Shostaliski who immigrated from Vilna in the early 1920’s, were founding members of the kibbutz. From an early age music was a large part of Naomi’s life. She led the singing at the kibbutz and wrote several children’s songs, some of which became a part of an album by Yaffa Yarkoni, “Songs from Kinneret” (1958). continued on page 6


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When she served in the army, in the Nahal, she was part of the cultural department where she wrote many musical reviews. After her time there she married actor, Gideon Shemer and had one daughter, Halleli. Gideon and Naomi became renowned performing a reworking of Five-Five, a reworking of a review she wrote during her time in the Nahal. Among the troupe, the Green Onion Troupe, that performed these works were members of the Nahal group Naomi worked with in the army, including, Chaim Topal (later well known as the movie “Tevye”). Throughout her career Naomi wrote many songs, and put music to many poems from the works of Israeli poet Racheil, and even from the poems of Walt Whitman. She translated many songs into Hebrew from other languages, including “Let It Be” by the Beatles. But Yerushalayim Shel Zahav is probably considered her best known composition. It became an unofficial second National Anthem for Israel in 1967 after the Six Day War, when Jerusalem and Israel were ‘reunited’. The song was written for the 1967 Israeli Music Festival. At first, Shemer had difficulty writing the song, but as she remembered various Talmudic legends about the city, her lyrics began to form. Her melody flowed from various Hassidic melodies and Yiddish songs she remembered from her childhood. It is also said that some inspiration came from a Basque melody, "Pello Joxepe" (Joseph The Fool) that Naomi had heard performed in 1962. Yerushalayim Shel Zahav has inspired so many people since it was first performed in that music festival in 1967. When I did first walk into the city with that college tour group my friend Alan (who I spent my childhood in youth choir and sharing youth group song leading duties with) sang Yerushalayim Shel Zahav. It was a very powerful moment for us. Naomi died in 2004 after a long battle with cancer. Upon her death, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said, “Using marvelous lyrics and melodies, she succeeded in connecting us to our roots, to our origins, to the beginnings of Zionism. Today, as we bid farewell to Naomi Shemer, we bow our heads with sorrow and are grateful for the wonderful gift Naomi gave us.” L’Shalom, Cantor Marla Goldberg 6

President’s Message My favorite holiday is Passover. I would not be surprised if this was the favorite holiday for most Jews. Why? It brings back so many family memories. You knew that you were still a “kid” because your table was in the kitchen and not in the formal dining room with the rest of the family. Your time to shine was when you left the kitchen to chant The Four Questions! Being the youngest (at least for some period of time) was a badge of honor! At my Aunt Norma’s home, all of the aunts and uncles and cousins would celebrate the holiday eating too much food cooked with chicken fat! One of the few memories I have of my parents is preparing the house for Passover. Spring Cleaning! Going to the attic and bringing down the Passover dishes, one set for the meat and one set for the milk. My father hiding bread crumbs for me to find…. Those were some wonderful memories of all of us being together for the Passover Seder. Thanks to so many CPT members who year after year work to make possible our CPT Family Seder. Annie Goodrich and Stephanie Paykel started planning our Seder months in advance, bringing with them David Aris, Joey Goodrich, Ann Mandell, Sami Holland, Rosie Rhoades, Nancy and Cantor Marla Goldberg, Carolyn Stewart, Laurie Lytel, Michael, Cheyenne, MayLee, Mason, and Meyer DeLee, Douglas, Gail and Hannah Hansen, Gayle Jacobs, Cheryl Glenn, Marijane Frederickson, Nancey and Janet Eason, Harriet Bernstein, Roz Tessler, Sam Lieberman, Meera and Minao Kamegai, Joyce Greenberg and Linda Kaufman. Hats off to Annie and Stephanie for bringing it all together! Hats off to all of the members who bought food and drinks, cooked meals, set up and tore down, who participated in the J.K. Rowling-esque play adapted by a script by Steve Mintz, one of Rabbi Mintz’s talented sons. continued on page 8


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I have to tell you all that there was one woman, a first time attendee, asked me who was the caterer. When I told her this was OUR CPT FAMILY members she was astonished! Again thanks to all who made new memories for us and for me. There is no time for rest for the Board as we prepare for the event of the year, the L’Chaim Gala honoring Rabbi Mintz’s first 10 years as our spiritual leader. The Gala Committee of Jane Kusel, Lynn Pisetzner, Sam Lieberman, Kristen Jaeger, Stephanie Paykel, Marty Loeb and David Clark have been working for months planning this fundraiser. We thank them for all of the behind-the-scene work! The Gala will be held at the M Resort on Saturday evening, May 30th, 2015. We will start off our celebration with Havdalah, champagne, hors d’oeuvres followed by a gourmet dinner. Time to polish up those dancing shoes as the Mintz Band O’ Brothers will keep you toe-tapping through the night! If you have not purchased your tickets yet, please do so a.s.a.p. Contact the office (702-436-4900) We are fast approaching the end of our fiscal year, June 30th. Save the date, June 7th for our annual meeting. If you would like to serve on the board for one or two years please contact me at 702-493-5450 or send me an email at If this was not enough, we want to remind you of the Celebration of Israel’s 67th Independence Day on Sunday, May 10th at the Sands Expo Hall “A” and the Venetian Theater. Free admission with advance online registration at Looking forward to seeing you all again when we celebrate our Shabbat services together.

Barbara Holland President of the Board 8

The Membership/Outreach Committee is embarking on an effort to let us get to know one another better. Each month they will be asking questions of a member and sharing their responses in the newsletter. This month they interviewed Jane Kusel

Q: What brought you to Congregation P’nai Tikvah? Jane: Rabbi Yocheved Mintz Q: What keeps you involved in P’nai Tikvah? Jane: Liberal philosophy couched in traditional service, intimacy and comfort of size, Rabbi, dues flexibility Q: What has P’nai Tikvah brought/added to your life? Jane: A sense of peace and belonging and at the moment, too much work! Q: What do you or would you like to bring to the congregation to help it grow and thrive? Commitment, Spirituality, Warmth


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Havdallah, Wine and Dessert with Rabbi Uri Regev at the home of Rabbi Yocheved Mintz May 9th at 7 pm RSVP 702.436.4900 10

Ariel Cole & Scott Linker requests your presence Sunday May 24, 2015 Shavuot /6th of Sivan 5775 ‫שָׁבוּעוֹת \ ו' ְבּסִווָּן תשע"ה‬ as their daughter Sabrina Ani Linker ‫שׁוּ ַלמִית ֲאנִי‬ will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah Service to begin at 10:00 am Congregation P’nai Tikvah On the Green Eagle Hills Community— Summerlin Las Vegas, Nevada Reception following services RSVP to 702.436.4900

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May 30, 2015 10 year Celebration Honoring

Rabbi Yocheved Mintz Spiritual Leader of Congregation P’nai Tikvah Contact Co-Chair Lynn Pisetzner for information

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Nearly One Hundred Souls Left Mitzrayim...CPT’s Passover Seder 2015

Someone’s in the kitchen with Stephanie Paykel, someone's in the kitchen I know, o o o o...someone’s in the kitchen with Stephanie, strumming on the ole’ banjo. That would be Carolyn Stewart on dish duty, Ann Mandell, Roz Tessler and Harriet Bernstein making deliciousness in a bowl...

Mah Nishtana… Why is this night different from all the other nights?

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Cooking and Cleaning and Everyone Leaning!

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The Not Quite Ready-for-Prime-Time Players presents “Mosey Potter The Boy Who Lived Passover “

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Pharomort: Do what you will, Mosey Potter! I’ve made up my mind and the Gryffindors will never be free.

Gryffindors Passover Table

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Let’s Get to Eating

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SIGN UP TO SPONSOR AND/OR CATER AN ONEG Our first and third Friday evening services create space for people to socialize, to talk over the ideas Rabbi Mintz has shared in her sermon, and to meet one another. Sponsoring and/or catering the Oneg Shabbat is a lovely way to share joy of Shabbat with the community. Any reason is a good reason to sponsor and/or cater an Oneg! Perhaps you are marking a special event (a birth, baby-naming, engagement, wedding, anniversary, graduation, bar/bat mitzvah) or you want to remember a loved one in a special way, or celebrate a return to health, a new job…or any reason. We welcome you to sign up to provide a simple buffet to be enjoyed by all. Feeding others is a nourishing experience in so many ways! Foods to consider: Easily served finger foods such as: cheese/crackers, hummus/pita, nuts, raw veggies, cookies, wasabi peas, pretzels, chips, spreads/crackers, dried fruits, fresh fruit (cut up). Judging quantities: Remember, the Oneg is just a nosh, not a meal! We tend to average about 70-100 people at services. Set up: We have access to the space at Kraft-Sussman starting at about 1/2 hour before services. Two 6-foot tables will be set up for the Oneg.

Sponsored by Roz Tessler and Harriet Bernstein May 1

in memory of Jerry Bernstein Catered by Jane Kusel in memory of Don Kusel Sponsored and Catered by Sam Lieberman &

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also by Phyllistan’s in honor of Stan’s 68th Birthday and their 43rd Wedding Anniversary

June 5

June 19

Sponsored by Marian Baum in honor of 75th Birthday Catered by Sponsored by Catered by Hariet Miller

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August 7 Aug 21 Sept 4 Sept 18 Oct 2 Oct 16 Nov 6 Nov 20 Dec 4 Dec 18 Jan 1

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Don Kauffman Nancey Eason MayLee DeLee Samantha Holland Stan Zuckerman Rose Shapiro

Phyllis & Stan Zuckerman Arleah & Elani Rush-Giannopoulos Eileen & Cort Ancman

You are just a few laughs away from letting a whole lot of good stuff in,. You are just a few kisses away from letting a whole lot of good stuff in. You are just a little bit of relief away from letting w whole lot of good stuff in. AbrahamHicks

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To have a “Chai Contributions”…to life! sent out, please contact the office at 4364900, or so indicate on your Mitzvah envelope. Mitzvah Funds and Tribute Card funds are used to help maintain and grow the vital programs and services of Congregation P’nai Tikvah.

Jewlicious Learners Classes continue on Monday afternoons at the Rabbi’s home, from 4:15

VOLUNTEERISM ABOUNDS AT CPT Homes are always needed for the various activities and meetings of our congregation. 

Offer a Personal prayer – If you’d like to write your own, please do so. If you would like to see it published in the newsletter.

to 6:00, October to June. Registration continues to be open. For $40.00 a prayer book can either be purchased for personal use or be dedicated to the congregation “In Memory” or “In Honor of” and a card from CPT will be sent to the family. The prayer book plate will be placed on the inside cover of our new Kol HaNeshamah siddur. 26

Incredible time was had by all who attend the Women's Spirituality Day and the Mikveh Monologues. Please join us on May 17 at the home of Jennifer Cohen. RSVP to Jennifer at Keep a lookout for our Women’s Rosh Chodesh Retreat August 13th-16th 2015

Upcoming Rosh Chodesh Dates for 5775 Sivan

May 17th

Host: Jennifer Cohen


June 14th

Host: Rabbi Yocheved Mintz

Pictures from “The Real Women of the Bible”, 2014 Women's Rosh Chodesh Retreat


If you are interested in hosting and/or leading Congregation P’nai Tikvah’s Women’s Rosh Chodesh please contact the office 702.436.4900. We have openings in 5776 for Cheshvan, Tevet, Sh’vat, Adar, Adar II, Nisan, and Iyyar 28

"Listening is an attitude of the heart, a genuine desire to be with another which both attracts and heals." Sura Hart

Jerry Bernstein -Remembered by Harriet Bernstein Norma Feldman -Remembered by Barbara Holland Ruthe Jacobs -Remembered by Lesley & Sam Wagmeister Aram Miller -Remembered by Hariet Miller Stewart Miller -Remembered by Hariet Miller

Memorial plaques are available; to honor the departed, to inspire the living. to be remembered in the hearts of those we leave behind is, in a sense, to live forever. For further information, call the Synagogue office at 702-436-4900

"Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature -- the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.� ― Rachel Carson, Silent Spring

Jeanette Sokolovsky -Remembered by Dale Gardner Kathy Teller -Remembered by Joyce Nance





COMMUNITY RESOURCES There are two important programs designed to help individuals and families in need that are supported by the Jewish Federation and Jewish Family Service Agency. Jewish Free Loan Program The Jewish Free Loan Program (JFL) was established by the Jewish Federation and administered by the Jewish Family Service Agency to assist members of our Jewish community with short-term, no-interest loans of up to $2,500. For more information about the Jewish Free Loan Program please contact Renea Parr at the Jewish Family Service Agency ( or 702-732-0304. United Way Fund for Families Our Jewish Federation has a close working partnership with United Way and the Marilyn & Tom Spiegel Fund for Families. The fund was established by the Spiegel's to specifically address financial needs for families with children who are struggling to make "ends meets" and who are committed to providing a wholesome family environment for their children in spite of short-term financial insecurity. To learn more about this program please contact Elliot Karp at or 702-732-0556.


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TO USE THE SMITH’S COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM: Register online at · Customers must have a registered Smith’s rewards card account to link to your organization. · If you does not yet have a Smith’s rewards card, they are available at the customer service desk at any Smith’s. · Click on 'Create and Account' box · Sign up for a Smith’s Rewards Account entering your email address and creating a password, by entering zip code, clicking on favorite store, agreeing to the terms and conditions. · A message will show up for you to check your email inbox and then click on the link within the body of the email. · Click on “My Account” and use your email address and password to proceed to the next step. · Click on Edit Smith’s Community Rewards information and input your Smith’s rewards card number. · Update or confirm your information. · Enter NPO number or name of organization, select organization from list and click on confirm. · To verify you are enrolled correctly, you will see your organization’s name on the right side of your information page. · Do you use your phone number at the register? Call 800-576-4377, select option 4 to get your Smith’s rewards card number. · Members must swipe their registered Smith’s rewards card or use the phone number that is related to their registered Smith’s rewards card when shopping for each purchase to count.

TO USE THE VON'S ESCRIP PROGRAM Click on this link: registration/index.jsp Fill out the questionnaire. If you do not know your Von's Reward Card Number call: 1.877.723.3929 and they can assist you in retrieving that information.


Nid’vei Leiv - Donations from the Heart Rabbi Discretionary Fund Anita Lewy Adrianne Shaw Rubin In blessed memory In blessed memory of David Bernstein from Harriet Bernstein In blessed memory of my husband, Lee Burger Shilepsky from Ann Brandt. In blessed memory of Henrietta Bloch Zuckerman, Stan’s mother, from Stanley and Phyllis Zuckerman For Yizkor of family and friends of Rabbi Yocheved Mintz In honor of In honor of Rabbi Mintz from Marilyn Hirsch In honor of Rozlyne Tessler for Wil’s Hebrew classes from Debbie Eidelman and Benjamin Wilreker. In honor of Phyllis Zuckerman’s 68th Birthday from Stanley and Phyllis Zuckerman In honor of Torah Study David Aris Ann Castro Annie Wolff Nid’vei Leiv Sharon Adashak Rick and Susan Bindhamer Patsy Kart Ronald and Rachel Piekarsky Beano Solomon Carolyn Stewart




May 1 May 2 May 3 May 3 May 4 May 5 May 5 May 6 May 7 May 9 May 10 May 11 May 13 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 24 May 27 May 30 June 1 June 2 June 3 June 5 June 6 June 7 June 7 June 8 June 10 June 11

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE: 6:30 PM Tot Shabbat, Kabbalat and Ma’ariv Service-Kraft Sussman Chapel 10:00 AMTorah Study-Par’shat Achrei Mot-Kedoshim atthe Homeof Rabbi Mintz 11:00 AM King David—Genizah 3:30 PM Chai Mitzvah with Nancey-location TBD 4:15 PM Jewlicious Learning 6:30 PM Jewish, Alive and American 7:00 PM CUFI Night to Honor Israel at Word of Life Christian Center 6:30 PM Biblical Hebrew 7:00 PM CPT Board Meeting 7:00 PM Havdallah, Wine & Desserts with Rabbi Uri Regev 2:00 PM Israel Independence Day Celebration-Sands Expo Hall “A” 4:15 PM Jewlicious Learning 6:30 PM Biblical Hebrew 7:30 PM Kabbalat and Ma’ariv Service-Kraft Sussman Chapel 10:00 AMTorah Study-Par’shatBehar/Behukotai attheHomeof Rabbi Mintz 7:00 PM Women’s Rosh Chodesh at the home of Jennifer Cohen 4:15 PM Jewlicious Learning 6:30 PM Jewish, Alive and American 6:30 PM Biblical Hebrew 10:00 AMShavuot Serviceand Bat Mitzvah of Sabrina LinkerOn the Green atEagle Hills 6:30 PM Biblical Hebrew 6:30 PM L’Chaim Gala at the M Resort 4:15 PM Jewlicious Learning 6:30 PM Jewish, Alive and American 6:30 PM Biblical Hebrew 6:30 PMTot Shabbat, Kabbalat and Ma’ariv , Jewlicious Sinyyumat the Kraft Sussman Chapel 10:00 AM Torah Study-Par’shat Beha’alotcha at the Home of Rabbi Mintz 10:00 AM CPT Annual Meeting at the home of Barbara Holland 3:30 PM Chai Mitzvah 4:15 PM Jewlicious Learning 6:30 PM Biblical Hebrew 7:00 PM CPT Board Meeting

Blessings for the Month of Sivan: As we become clearer as to where we are going, may we be blessed with the ability to radiate and share of ourselves with others in a more and more direct and beautiful way. 37

Congregation P'nai Tikvah's Kol Kiruv - May 2015 - Iyar / Sivan 5775  

Congregation P'nai Tikvah - Rekindling the Jewish Spirit. Congregation P'nai Tikvah is the only Reconstructionist / Renewal synagogue in Nev...

Congregation P'nai Tikvah's Kol Kiruv - May 2015 - Iyar / Sivan 5775  

Congregation P'nai Tikvah - Rekindling the Jewish Spirit. Congregation P'nai Tikvah is the only Reconstructionist / Renewal synagogue in Nev...