6 Tishri 5775
September 19, 2015
Shabbat Shuvah 9:00 AM Vayelech
Torah (p. 1173): 31:1-3, 31:4-6, 31:7-9, 31:10-13,31:14-19, 31:20-24, 31:25-30 Maftir: 31:28-30 Haftorah (p.1234): Hosea 14:2-10, Micah 7:18-20
Family Shabbat Service 10:45 AM (HMC) Mincha/Ma’ariv Services 6:30 PM
Sunday, September 20 10:00 AM Sukkah Building 10:00 AM Tour de Teshuva Bike Ride 6:00 PM USY/Kadima Open House Tuesday, September 22 EREV YOM KIPPUR 6:30 PM Kol Nidre (Main Sanctuary) 6:34 PM Candle Lighting Wednesday, September 23 YOM KIPPUR 9:00 AM Masorti Service (Main) 10:00 AM Dorot Service (Ballroom) 2:00 PM Community Yizkor (Chapel) 4:30 PM Mincha/Neilah Services 7:35 PM Conclusion of Yom Kippur Friday, September 25 6:00 PM Kabbalat Shabbat Services 6:29 PM Candle Lighting
HIGH HOLY DAY CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
Supervision and Services for children up to 7th grade will be available in the School Wing. Please check the posters for times & room numbers.
Men’s Club Sukkah Building Sunday, September 20th at 10:00 AM following minyan!
Condolences to Brenda Kleiman and Shirley Spalter on the passing of their beloved father and husband, Charles Spalter and to Ric Stark on the loss of his beloved mother Eugenie Stark Speedy recovery to Adam Weinstein, Ed Goldstein, Doron Glazer, Ahuva Lefkovitz, Elliot Schwartz, Ron Bloom, Naomi Altschul, Ellen Muchnick and Lou Popick
Start off the New Year with a book from the Shabbat Cart, loaded with our latest acquisitions and interesting selections you're sure to enjoy. You'll find biographies, titles related to Israel and Jewish issues, and cookbooks, as well as popular fiction with a Jewish theme. A sampling: The Nightingale, by Kristin Hannah, The Night, The Day by Andrew Kane, Ally, by Michael Oren, The English Spy, by Daniel Silva. The Shabbat Cart is in the Multi Purpose room until after Yom Kippur. It will be moved to its usual home at the back of the sanctuary in time for Sukkot. Check out this wonderful OJC resource provided by contributions from our generous donors. Please contact Paula (firstname.lastname@example.org or 764-4213 ext 23) with any questions or suggestions. Please Check at home for these missing titles: The Heist by Dan Silva Religious School
If you have any questions call the Education Director, Janet Jeddah at 764-4213 ext. 18
Sisterhood Judaica Shop
Call Sandy Nachbar (347)235-0079 or Helene Kenner 536-2546 (or the office) ●●●●●●●●●●
If you want a MI SHEBERAKH said for someone who is ill, call Karen (536-6112 x 11) with the English & Hebrew Name and mother’s Hebrew name. Please let us know if a congregant is ill or has had a loss. Do not assume that we know this information if you or someone you know, needs a little loving kindness, a sympathetic ear or a shoulder to cry on, or something to celebrate-we care & our HESED Committee is here for you! email@example.com
“WADDLERS” CLASS NOW FORMING!! Attention all parents & grandparents if you have an 18-23 month old (as of Sept. 1, 2015) we have just what you are looking for! Join our Waddlers-Mondays & Wednesdays 9:30 –11:30 AM Contact Sue Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
OJC SOCIAL CLUB Save the dateSaturday, October 24th Get ready for Fun & Games (and Food)!!
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