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What’s New at Temple Avodat Shalom

September 2021 Bulletin/5782 Volume 70/Issue 1

Inside this issue...

August & September calendars on pages 23 and 24.

For up-to-date Temple information:

• Check the Temple website: www.avodatshalom.net

• Receive weekly announcements by e-mail – send your updated address to administrator@avodatshalom.net

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Upcoming Events:

August 24th

Tuesday study group, 9:30am August 26th

Torah Study @ Noon August 27th

Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm August 28th

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am Slichot program & service, 8:00 pm August 31st

Tuesday study group, 9:30am September 2nd

Torah Study @ Noon September 3rd Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm September 4th

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am September 6th

Labor Day

Erev Rosh Hashanah Serives, 5:00 pm

September 7th ROSH HASHANA Family-oriented Services, 9:00 am

Morning Services, 10:30 am September 8th

ROSH HASHANA

Tashlich in Van Saun Park, 9:30 am Morning Services, 10:30 am September 9th

Torah Study @ Noon September 10th Shabbat Dinner, 7:00 pm Shabbat Services, 8:00 pm September 11th

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am September 12th Teacher Orientation

B’Nei Mitzvah Orientation 12:00 pm September 13th

Brotherhood Board, 7:00 pm September 14th

Tuesday Study Group, 9:30 am September 15th

Kol Nidre, 8:00 pm September 16th YOM KIPPUR

Family-oriented Services, 9:00 am Morning Services, 10:30 am Afternoon & Yizkor Services, 4:00 pm September 17th

Shabbat Services, 8:00 pm September 18th

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am Bar Mitzvah of JONATHAN COMPA September 19th

First Session Religious School, 9:00 am

September 20th

Erev Sukkot, Pizza in the Hut, 6:30 pm

September 21st SUKKOT

Breakfast & Study in the Sukkah, 8:15 am

FROM RABBI JIM STOLOFF …

High Holy Day Prep: It’s not just for clergy…

...or lay leaders, or office staff, custodians, and the many volunteers it takes to create a meaningful high holy days.

The time to start thinking about, and preparing for, the High Holy Days is now. And it’s for everyone!

We are now in the Hebrew month of Elul, the month before the High Holy Days. Because it is the month preceding our most sacred and introspective time of year, the entire month is seen as sacred and introspective. There are many special traditions for this month that Jews have practiced over the centuries. Here are a few things that can be done at home, at TAS, and online to have meaningful moments as we head into Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

Community Study and/or Prayer: Join us for any service or study opportunity between now and the holidays, and by design you will get some of the preparation that comes with Elul. Be in our sacred space in person or digitally, hear the shofar blown at services, or engage in study where the themes of the upcoming holidays present themselves.

Most notably for the holidays, join us for Slichot on Saturday night, August 28.

Individual Study and/or Prayer: Judaism emphasizes the communal, but some things are individual or even personal, especially about Yom Kippur. Elul gives us time to consciously take time for ourselves. This can be traditional prayer or study, as well as anything that focuses on self-improvement: meditation, yoga, cooking & baking, the outdoors, reflection, and even therapy can be part of Elul, with the right intention.

Sign up for Jewls of Elul (jewlsofelul.com): This one you can do right now, and have a bit of Elul in your inbox or on your phone when you want to take a Jewish moment for yourself. Each day of Elul has a meaningful message, leading us into the High Holy Day season.

Connect with friends and family, including those no longer with us: This past year and a half has left us disconnected in ways we could not have anticipated.

Family, friends, meaningful connections...many have dropped off with the onset and continuation of COVID.

Building back up those connections is part of Elul, including maintaining connections with our loved ones who have died. Visiting the cemetery and saying kaddish for those we miss is a long Elul tradition.

Rabbi Jim Stoloff Cantor Maria Dubinsky Educational Director Mikah Atkind President Steve Berman Sisterhood Liz Dunkelman and Cassy Kadesh Brotherhood Mike Edelstein Rabbi Emeritus Neal I. Borovitz Cantor Emerita Ronit Josephson This Bulletin is published monthly by

Temple Avodat Shalom 385 Howland Avenue River Edge, NJ 07661 Phone: (201) 489-2463 Fax: (201) 489-0775 email:

administrator@avodatshalom .net

Website:

http://www.avodatshalom.net

REMINDER

The calendar on our Website contains the most

up-to-date information

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Upcoming events Con’t:

September 23rd Torah Study @ Noon September 24th Shabbat Services, 8:00 pm September 25th

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am Bar Mitzvah of ANDREW SHERLAND September 26th

Religious School September 28th Sukkot Yizkor, 10:30 am Simchat Torah Service, 7:00 pm September 30th

Torah Study @ Noon October 1st

Family Shabbat Dinner, 6:00 pm Shabbat Services, 7:00 pm October 2nd

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 Shabbat Services, 10:30 am Bat Mitzvah of SAMARA BARTH

Practice Tshuvah (it really works!): Of course the biggest focus of Elul is repentance, or in Hebrew, tshuvah. Judaism teaches that we can make mistakes against God, against ourselves, and against others. For mistakes against God and ourselves, Yom Kippur grants atonement for those who seek it. But for mistakes made against other people, we must seek out forgiveness from those we wronged and attempt to make restitution. A blanket “I’m sorry to everyone I’ve wronged” social media post doesn't do it. It must be personal, and genuine. It isn’t easy, but nothing is quite as rewarding as practicing tshuvah.

So I encourage everyone: try one or all of the above this Elul. Tailor what you choose to do to yourself. If you do, I promise it will make the High Holy Days even more special this year.

Rabbi Jim

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FROM THE PRESIDENT

It’s summer and that means that we at TAS are well into planning for the High Holidays.

Easy-peasy. We have a list that we’ve compiled over the years of things we need to do every year. We take out the old schedules, tweak them for any changes, design and print the tickets, order the extra chairs, etc.

Oops!

Like last summer, this summer is still a bit different, to say the least. But we have last year to build on. Now that’s good news and bad news. The good news is that we don’t need to reinvent the virtual wheel. The bad news is that we are still operating at not quite full speed. As I write this, the plan is to have in-person services as well as streaming them online. In order to accommodate that you will see some changes in the High Holiday schedule when you receive it.

For more good news, in addition to all the online events we have had, we’ve been able to reopen the building this summer for services, Torah study and a few events.

And we have some great things coming to our Religious School, and lots of events planned for the next year.

Now, this doesn’t mean that we are opening fully yet, there are still steps to take but we are moving in the right direction. As restrictions are loosened, we will continue to progress towards full in-person participation. Our protocols will change as needed and we will keep you informed as they do.

They say that the more things change, the more they stay the same.

We may still look different for a while, but we are still the same great community.

And above all, keep staying safe. I hope to see you all soon.

Steve

FROM THE EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR

I was scrolling through Facebook lately when I came across a post that had been made in a group (as should be to no one’s surprise, many of the Facebook groups I’m in are related to Jewish life and Jewish content). The post expressed anger over a targeted ad that had shown up on the writer’s News Feed which showed a mother dragging her child on the ground with the caption,

“This is not the Hebrew School your parents dragged you to!”

I could make an entire list of why this ad is harmful and sexist, but the issue that I’d like to focus on can be summed up in one of the comments that was left: “It also perpetuates the harmful narrative that Hebrew school is something that can’t be enjoyed, and it harms subsequent engagement.”

This past year was challenging for our students, teachers, and families, but despite that, I saw smiling children every single time I went into a Zoom classroom, and all the more so when we had in person events. I can only imagine how much bigger those smiles will get when we’re back together in person this year (following all safety protocols as instructed on a Temple-wide level).

Our students do love being here, but that love starts at home as well. Simply put, students who are told at home that Religious School is terrible but they have to go anyway will have no desire to be actively engaged Jewish learners.

So we need your help. Send your children with a smile on your face. Come into the building and shmooze at one of our many Java Nagila get togethers or parent learning sessions throughout the year. Come to Family Shabbat;

come to any Shabbat! We are so happy to be coming back together in person this year and owe it to ourselves, our community, and our students to set them up for happiness and learning. Do not drag your kids to TAS, but hold their hands and show them how lucky they are to be Jewish.

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Sisterhood News!

Sisterhood book club is reading Sally Hepworth’s The Good Sister. We will meet Wednesday August 25th at 7:30 pm at Panera on route 4. RSVP to join us for a great discussion. The Sisterhood October book club will read Lisa Scottoline’s Eternal. Hope everyone is having a wonderful summer and we look forward to the fall Sisterhood events. Questions, ideas or suggestions, please contact us at: sisterhood@avodatshalom.net

The TAS Brotherhood is excited to share the decisions made during our last meeting and ask you to please see the below “Save the Dates” for this coming year!!

We will absolutely follow all appropriate Covid Protocol safety measures, all TAS policies and make every effort to employ common sense during this challenging time.

SEPTEMBER:

• High Holiday chair set up (9/1 & 9/2) and ushering (9/6-8 and 9/15 & 16 as needed)

• 9/10: Friday Night Family Service BBQ

• Building the Sukkah - build the frame on 9/12 then install the roof on 9/18 - both @9:30am

• 9/23: Steak and Scotch in the Sukkah

• 9/26: Sukkah takedown @9:30am OCTOBER:

• 10/17: Candidates Forum breakfast.

• 10/21: Brotherhood Brewery visit.

NOVEMBER:

• 11/18: Brotherhood Bury the Hatchet DECEMBER:

• 12/4: Latke Throwdown JANUARY:

• 1/9: Brotherhood Breakfast - details to follow.

FEBRUARY:

• 2/11: Brotherhood Service

• 2/13: Jewpardy Breakfast @9:30am MARCH:

• 3/5: Comedy Night - Yeah!!

• 3/13: Purim Carnival - Brotherhood gourmet cooking.

• 3/17: Purim Party with Sisterhood & Brotherhood APRIL:

• 4/22: Yellow Yom Hashoah Candle distribution MAY:

• 5/14 and 5/21 are both held for a Brotherhood Concert. Details and exact dates to follow Please follow the below link to our Brotherhood page:

https://www.avodatshalom.net/brotherhood.html

Looking forward to seeing you soon and often!!

TAS Brotherhood

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Dear TAS Community,

We are excited to share the schedule and details for the 5782 High Holy Days. Everything in the schedule below can be attended in person, masked and vaccinated (full details below), or virtually at our dedicated streaming site:

avodat-shalom.livecontrol.tv or our facebook page: facebook.com/templeavodatshalom.

The services requiring tickets are marked with an asterisk* with guest tickets available by calling the office or emailing administrator@avodatshalom.net. Tickets are only needed to attend in person. All other services are open to all at no cost, in person or online.

You can pick up Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur machzorim starting Thursday, Aug. 19 during regular business hours (weekdays 10am-4pm, Friday 10am-3pm). If you are unable to come during these times, please let us know and we will make arrangements.

Please see our COVID-19 attendance policy, followed by the HHD Schedule. Shanah Tovah!

COVID-19 In Person Service Attendance Protocols (in effect 8/20/21):

-All in person attendees must be vaccinated, unless not eligible due to age or medical reasons.

-Masks are required for everyone at all times while indoors.

-Especially for larger attended holiday services, we recommend joining virtually if you are at high risk for severe COVID-19 symptoms.

-Join virtually if in the last two weeks you have experienced any COVID symptoms, or been around anyone with COVID symptoms ( click here for a list of symptoms)

Selichot

Saturday, August 28

• 8pm High Holy Day Psalms, music & study

• 9pm Selichot Service Erev Rosh Hashanah Monday, September 6

• 5pm Erev Rosh Hashanah Service*

Rosh Hashanah, First Day Tuesday, September 7

• 9am Interactive Family Rosh Hashanah Service

• 10:30am Rosh Hashanah Morning Service*

Rosh Hashanah, Second Day Wednesday, September 8

• 9:30am Tashlich @ Van Saun Park (Rain or Shine!)

• 10:30am Youth Led Rosh Hashanah Morning Service, Day 2 Erev Shabbat Shuvah & Sha-BBQ

Friday, September 10

• 7pm Sha-BBQ Dinner, Outdoors (with rain plan)

• 8pm Shabbat Shuvah Service 20th Yahrzeit 9/11 Memorial Service Saturday, September 11

• 9:15am Wrestling With the Torah

• 10:30am 9/11 Memorial Shabbat Morning Service Erev Yom Kippur: Kol Nidrei

Wednesday, September 15

• 8pm Erev Yom Kippur Service*

Yom Kippur

Thursday, September 16

• 9am Interactive Family Yom Kippur Service

• 10:30am Yom Kippur Morning Service*

• 1pm Yom Kippur Iuyunim (break out options @ TAS & Online, details to come)

• 4pm Yom Kippur Afternoon Torah & Jonah reading, Yizkor, N’ilah

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On Sunday, June 12, 2021, We honored Peggy Schneider with the Ruth and Lawrence Shavelson Award, Russell Sagerman and Joel Rosenblatt with the Barbara King Hineni Award, and Ilana Seltzer with the William C. Brudnick Award We celebrated in person with a Festive Oneg at the Temple and as our first large gathering back in the building, it was an event to remember! Thank you to all who came, and all who assisted, and all who purchased journal ads. We also need to express a special thank you to Sharon Sagerman and Larry Altman, who arranged the venue, ambiance, and food. It would not have been the celebration it was without their generous gifts of time, talent, and connections. They truly stepped up and said hineni – THANK YOU !

Now, moving on to our bright future at TAS…..

Our first event will be the Carousel cake sale in November; we do all love those cakes and pies ! This will be followed by the year end challenge in December; the theme is yet to be determined. Next up – the raffle, (or some other game of chance ) hopefully to happen in March or April as in years gone by, rather than May. And then we’ll be gearing up for the 2022 Awards event and ad journal !

Check out our TAS Wish List !

A great way to show your gratitude for all the hard work our TAS leaders have done through the year of Covid would be to give something tangible that is needed. You will find a variety of different ways to pay it forward, at all different levels, and we need your help now more than ever before. Click on the link, or see the written Wish List in the following pages. Go to the Wish List, select something that speaks to you, and give back to TAS;

you’ll feel really good when you’re done!! https://www.avodatshalom.net/how-can-i-help

Order a Yahrtzeit Plaque if you’d like to honor a loved one’s yahrtzeit in a beautiful and meaningful way.

These plaques can be engraved with your departed’s name and date of passing (Hebrew year, secular year or both). They are hung on the Sanctuary wall for a period of time close to and including your loved one’s yahrtzeit date. If you are interested, please call the Temple office for more information.

Stay tuned as we slowly get back to normal. It’s been a rough year, but we are still together and still a vibrant Temple Community

Enjoy the Summer!

Lisa and Amy

Did you know that TAS has graves available for sale to its members? Graves are available in numbers from single graves up to 8 and 12 grave plots. The graves are located in our property at Cedar Park – Beth El Cemetery. If you are interested or want more information, contact Barbara King, bmking64@optonline.net or 201-843-0785.

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TIKKUN OLAM COMMITTEE

Civic Engagement Campaigns

TAS, together with RAC-NJ and national RAC (the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism), has been busy over the summer, and we are planning for the Fall.

RAC-NJ is participating in the RAC’s national Freedom to Vote campaign, advocating in support of the For the People Act (H.R.1/S.1) and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act (H.R.4), both of which are essential to protecting the right to vote. To date, RAC has set up meeting with more than 40 Senators across the country, both Republican and Democratic. On August 4th, TAS members together with more than 200 other Reform Jews across the state meet with Senator Menendez’s staff to advocate for passage of these Bills. Then on August 12th, we joined more than 275 Reform Jews across the state to meet with Senator Booker himself. At the meeting, Senator Booker said he wanted to “awaken people to engage in democracy.” He went on to say:

And what is patriotism. It's a love of country, but you cannot love your country, unless you love your fellow countrymen and women…. Love is not sacrifice, or sentimentality. Love is sacrifice, love is service and as one writer says What does love look like in public. It looks like justice.

In August, TOC members met to plan our fall civic engagement campaign, which will include meetings with candidates for the NJ Assembly and/or Senate in districts in which our members live. We also will be working with RAC-NJ on the Double Your Impact Campaign. In 2018, the last year the entire legislator and the governorship were up for election, only 39% of the registered voters voted. Our goal is to make sure at least 80% of TAS eligible voters vote in November. The voting process has again changed in 2021, and we will make sure our members know how to vote and we will help them make a voting plan.

Poll Workers Needed

This November, for the first time, we will have early in-person voting in New Jersey ahead of the General Election. Ahead of the implementation, we wanted to provide voter information resources about the early in- person voting process. The early voting period this year will be from Tuesday, October 23rd to Sunday, October 31st. Early Voting Locations will be open from Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Registered voters can vote at any designated early voting site in their county. We have all read and heard about the shortage of poll workers since the pandemic. The need is even greater because of early voting. Poll workers are currently paid $200 per day and there is the ability to work up to 10 days. Teens who are at least 16 can also work shifts at the polls.

The online poll worker application is here: https://nj.gov/state/elections/pollworker.shtml.

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Standing Against Anti-Semitism

Here is a link to a statement against anti-Semitism by the National Council of Churches in the USA. This group represents tens of millions of Protestant and many Orthodox Christian churches in the US:

NCC Statement Decrying the Recent Rise in Antisemitism (nationalcouncilofchurches.us)

The Mystical Origins of Tikkun Olam From My Jewish Learning:

“Tikkun olam ” (Hebrew for “world repair”) has come to connote social action and the pursuit of social justice. The phrase has origins in classical rabbinic literature and in Lurianic kabbalah, a major strand of Jewish mysticism originating with the work of the 16th-century kabbalist Isaac Luria.

For more information, see https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/tikkun-olam-repairing-the- world/?utm_source=mjl_maropost&utm_campaign=MJL&utm_medium=email.

Looking Forward

The Tikkun Olam Committee is always looking for new ideas and programming and new members. Please email justice@avodatshalom.net or call Nilene Evans directly.

"It is not your responsibility to finish the work of perfecting the world, but you are not free to desist from it either." Rabbi Tarfon, Pirke Avot 2:21

A Gift for the Future of TAS

When asked what TAS means to our congregants, many of our congregants say “family” or “home.” That is a wonderful thing for our temple community!

If you consider TAS to be part of your family, if you consider TAS to be a home away from home, perhaps you would consider leaving a part of your future estate to TAS. Is there a better place to leave your legacy than to your family, to improve your home?

Please call the Temple office to learn more about how to include the Temple as one of the beneficiaries of your Will, retirement plan, life insurance or IRA.

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KIPPAH FUNDRAISER

Order Kippot for your special celebration (Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Wedding) through the Temple and help support our Parents' Association who help fund many of our children's activities.

Call Debra Tester at 201-791-1773 for information.

Mazel Tov to…

…the Compa family on the Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan

…the Sherland family on the Bar Mitzvah of Andrew

We wish a very Happy Birthday to all of our summer and September birthdays!

Hannah Norton Erinn Rebhun Samara Barth Andrew Sherland Will Rabinowitz Lucas Lazarus

Noah Gelbwasser Ilana Seltzer

…Ian Richards, Julian Kadesh, Maya Zalait, Benjamin Zalait, Sayaka Hoffman, Erika Hoffman, Juliet Parente, Kaitlyn Cassella, Alexandra Cassella, Jonathan Compa, Emily Newman, Melanie McGowan-Pollack and Alex Silverstein…

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TEMPLE AVODAT SHALOM

GIVING OPPORTUNITIES & WISH LIST

The decision to make a charitable gift is a wonderful way to express your commitment to Temple Avodat Shalom as a priority in your life or to honor a loved one or special event.

This list of items that will benefit our temple community will evolve as time goes on. Items range from the large to the small, as well as group items like Torah Commentaries where one or ten make a difference. Every item and any amount makes a meaningful addition and is greatly appreciated. There is a lot to choose from, so have fun!

Once you have chosen a "wish" to grant, please contact the Temple office to be guided through the process.

Your name ______________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________

City, State, Zip __________________________________________

Phone ________________ E-mail _____________________

Return to:

TEMPLE AVODAT SHALOM

385 Howland Ave. River Edge 201-489-2463

Rabbi Jim Stoloff rabbistoloff@avodatshalom.net Cantor Maria Dubinsky cantordubinsky@avodatshalom.net President Steve Berman president@avodatshalom.net Amy Lederman/Lisa Cohen fundraising@avodatshalom.net

Enhancing Worship

“The Torah: A Women's Commentary” ($36 each)

Mishkan T’filah siddur ($36 each)

Sponsor an Oneg in honor, in memory, just because ($200)

Underwrite High Holy Day babysitting ($600 or $12,000 in perpetuity) Commemoration

Sponsor a bench in the outdoor Sanctuary ($72 each)

Yahrzeit plaque ($180 each)

Mitzvah Walk brick ($360)

Tree of Life ($250) Building

New podium for the bima ($10,000)

Comfy schmoozing area for the lobby ($3,000)

New seating for the Bima ($9,000)

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Additional lighting in the parking lot ($6,000)

Snow plowing ($1,000/plowing)

Landscaping ($400/month)

Utilities ($2,500/month)

Roof maintenance ($2,400/year) Live Streaming

We now have the ability to live stream our services, study, & programming; impacting our homebound & distant members & beyond. This happened sooner than expected due to Covid 19. Your donations will help improve and maintain Livestreaming at TAS

Religious School

Hebrew School scholarship ($1,200/year or $24,000 in perpetuity)

Sponsor a student’s B’nai Mitzvah training ($750 for one child)

Religious School teacher salary ($600/month)

Sponsor a Religious School class trip ($500)

Sponsor Religious School programming ($500)

Sponsor a bus for a Religious School field trip ($500) Youth

Support our teens’ annual Midnight Run ($72)

Sponsor the Youth Group’s annual Purim Carnival ($2,000/year or $40,000 in perpetuity)

Sponsor a teen’s NFTY summer in Israel ($1,000 or $20,000 in perpetuity)

Sponsor a child’s summer at a Reform Jewish camp ($1,000 or $20,000 in perpetuity) Scholar / Artist in Residence

Give a weekend filled with lifelong Jewish memories to the entire congregation. Scholars and artists in residence make a week or weekend at TAS - from study to worship to religious school - go from ordinary to extraordinary. Honorariums range from $3,000-$5,000.

Member Hits the Lottery

Digital Yahrzeit Memorial Board ($20,000)

Name the Bulletin ($15,000 for one year or $300,000 in perpetuity)

Renovate the kitchen ($100,000)

New carpeting throughout building ($40,000)

Upgrade the HVAC in the Religious School ($30,000)

New stained glass panels on front of building ($110,000)

Renovate the Sanctuary ($1,000,000)

A gift to endow a clergy person’s salary (an endowment of $250,000 for a one month endowment and

$3,000,000 for an annual endowment)

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Temple Avodat Shalom

Enrollment Code - B814B5A718L52

For further questions - email us giftcard@avodatshalom.net

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PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE A TEMPLE MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING AND A PAID UP MEMBER OF SISTERHOOD BY 12/31/21 IN ORDER FOR YOUR CHILD TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A SCHOLARSHIP

SISTERHOOD JEWISH CAMP AND EXPERIENCE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

One of the goals of the Sisterhood is to encourage our members’ children to have fun and enriching Jewish experiences beyond the TAS community

Date:

Parent Name:

Child Name:

Address:

Phone Number:

Email:

Jewish Camp (please list name) ____________________________________

OR

* Jewish Experience (please specify) _________________________________

Total Cost of Program __________

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Have you previously received a Sisterhood scholarship? If yes, please list date(s) and program(s).

_____________

Please describe why you would like to attend your program. (Please use the reverse side of this application or attach a separate sheet.)

Scholarship Rules:

1) Parent must be a member in good standing of TAS and the TAS Sisterhood. Sisterhood dues MUST have been paid by 12/31 of academic year.

2) All scholarship requests must be received by May 1st or prior to the start of the Jewish experience.

3) NEW - Students may apply for a camp scholarship multiple years, however preference is given to first time applicants.

4) Scholarships for Jewish experiences other than camp are limited to a one time award per individual experience.

5) Decisions will be made no later than May 1st with preference given to first time applicants.

6) Students who receive scholarships may be asked to participate in a Temple activity to share their experience.

Parent Signature:

Student Signature:

Jewish experience scholarships are awarded for youth trips to Israel or Jewish youth experiences such as the RAC trip or the NFTY Bi-Annual Convention.

If you have any questions or require further clarification please contact us at sisterhood@avodatshalom.net

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HELP OUR LIBRARY GROW!

TEMPLE AVODAT SHALOM BIRTHDAY BOOK DONATION PROGRAM:

Celebrate your child’s (or grandchild’s) birthday with a book donation to the Temple Avodat Shalom Library!

The program is simple. You send in a donation for $18.00, which will be used toward the purchase of a new book.

The books will be available in the library for your child to select.

On or near their birthday, the librarian will have your child choose a book. A bookplate with your child’s name, birthday and the school year will then be placed inside this book. Your child will be the first person to check out this personalized book and bring it home to share. Children with birthdays in June will choose a book in December, July in January, and August birthdays in February on their "Half Birthday".

Thank you in advance for participating in this wonderful program to help expand our library! If you have any questions, please email school@avodatshalom.net

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TEMPLE AVODAT SHALOM BIRTHDAY BOOK PROGRAM

• $18.00 per book

• Checks payable to "Temple Avodat Shalom"; memo section “Birthday Book Donation”

Name of Child Birthdate

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The cutoff date for all donations to be listed in the Bulletin is the 25th of each month; otherwise they will be listed in the following month’s bulletin.

The congregation extends deepest sympathy to the families of:

… Norman Guilder, devoted husband of Lillian, beloved father of Barbara Zimmerman;

… Phil Starr, husband of Rhea, father of member Michael (Barbara) Starr and daughter Sonya;

… Faye Roth, mother of Ron and Gary Roth;

… Jeffrey Mark Baker Z"L, beloved husband of Ann (née Tieger) Baker

… Evelyn “Midge” Rouch, long time TAS member

… Estelle Simon, long time TAS member

GENERAL

Donations to the General Fund support all activities of the Temple

NAOMI JACOBY COHN

To Susan Strauss in memory of Yetta Farber AUDREY & JOEL ROSENBLATT

ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN LIZ & DAVID DUNKELMAN LIZ & LEN LAWTON

Congratulations to the Gaffin Family: Mom

& Dad, Neil & Jane; twins Carly, & Benny;

and big sister Sophia, on the joyous occasion of Carly’s Bat Mitzvah and Benny’s Bar Mitzvah

CASSY & SETH KADESH

Congratulations to Peggy Schneider on achieving the truly merited honor of being this year’s Shavelson Award recipient;

Mazel Tov to Russell Sagerman and Joel Rosenblatt for each, most deservedly, receiving Barbara King Hineni Awards SUSAN & LARRY ALTMAN

For Laura Abrams to wish her good health!

AARON ROSENBLATT

In honor of my father, Joel Rosenblatt, on being honored with a 2021 Barbara King Hineni Award

ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN

Congratulations to the Schechter Family:

Mom & Dad, Debbie Seife & Steven Schechter, son Spencer, and daughter Ava Schechter on the joyous occasion of Spencer’s Bar Mitzvah

NANCY & WARREN HEAPS

In honor of the first birthday of Ryan Matthew Heaps;

In honor of the appointment of Rebecca Heaps as a Clinical Professor of Optometry SID SCHNALL

Congratulations! to Marcia & Roy Caspe on their granddaughter’s recent Bat Mitzvah JESSICA & CHARLES HOROWITZ

To use wherever it’s most needed ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN

GLORIA & CUBBY COHEN BARBARA & TONY LUCIANO TAS SISTERHOOD

Condolences to the family of Fay Roth on her recent passing

NAOMI JACOBY COHN

Congratulations to Marcia & Roy Caspe in honor of their granddaughter’s Bat Mitzvah

BARBARA & MIKE KING

With sincerest condolences to Lillian Guilder and family on the passing of your beloved Norman Guilder

JOYCE & NEIL MASSOTH

Best wishes to Connie Schnoll for a speedy recovery

SUSAN & LARRY ALTMAN CAROL BERDY

ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN KAREN & DOUG CHARIPPER DALE & STEVE COHEN LISA COHEN

NAOMI JACOBY COHN LORI & JOHN DAUGHERTY ELIZABETH & DAVID DUNKELMAN NILENE EVANS

NANCY & WARREN HEAPS JOAN & GUNTER HECHT PATTY & MARC HERRMANN CHERYL & MARC JAFFE JAN & STEVE JOFFE JOAN & STEVE KAPLAN BARBARA & MIKE KING LIZ & LEN LAWTON LENORE & RUBIN LERER KAREN & MITCHELL LIGHT ELLEN & NEAL LITINGER

STEPHANIE & PHILIP MANDELBAUM JOYCE & NEIL MASSOTH

VICKI & STEVE MONALOY BETHLEE & MARC POTOLSKY GILDA & FRED RABINOWITZ LESLIE & STEPHEN ROCHLIN AUDREY & JOEL ROSENBLATT PEGGY & STUART SCHNEIDER LYNN & STEVEN SCHWEIGHARDT TAS SISTERHOOD

GINEEN & DON WEISS

Heartfelt sympathy to Barbara & Michael Starr and Family on the passing of Michael’s father, Philip Starr

ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN

Congratulations to the Klein Family: Mom &

Dad Maggie & Shane, and daughters Tessa, Sabrina and Jillian on the joyous occasion of Tessa’s Bar Mitzvah.

SUSAN & LARRY ALTMAN

Congratulations to Tessa Klein in honor of her Bat Mitzvah

AUDREY SASS

Condolences to Beth Allen on the recent passing of her husband

SUSAN & LARRY ALTMAN

AMY LEDERMAN & MICHAEL AUFRICHTIG

ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN JANET BOYD

MARCIA & ROY CASPE LISA A COHEN NAOMI JACOBY COHN PAM & MIKE EDELSTEIN MARGIE & STUART GELBWASSER GAIL & ERIC GOLDFARB

LINDA & PHILIP GOULD MOLLY HOFFMAN JOAN & STEVE KAPLAN LIZ & LEN LAWTON LENORE & RUBEN LERER MARC & LAUREN LOSCHIAVO BARBARA & TONY LUCIANO MARY & RICH LURIE PHYLLIS MEHER ODETTE & BRUCE REIN

LISA MELTZER-PRESS & BRIAN PRESS AUDREY & JOEL ROSENBLATT SID SCHNALL

ED SCHULTZ BETH SILVERMAN

BARBARA & MICHAEL STARR

Thanks to all those who were responsible for the wonderful June 6th brunch event featuring Leah Forster

PHYLLIS MEHER

With wishes of luck, joy, and love to David

& Meryl Meher on their move to a new home

ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN

Mazel Tov! to Cheryl Baer on the engagement of Rebecca & Andrew BARBARA & MICHAEL STARR

In memory of Michael’s father, Phil Starr ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN

GLORIA & CUBBY COHEN STUART GAVURIN

To the family of our longtime congregant, Midge Rauch, with sincere sympathy on her recent passing

BETHLEE & MARC POTOLSKY

In honor of Wendy Starr’s new job with Hillel at Virginia Tech

VIVIAN SLOVES

In honor of her son, David Sloves, for doing a wonderful job of leading the Shabbat Service on July 2nd

NAOMI JACOBY COHEN

Sincere condolences to the Wovsaniker Family on the passing of their beloved Harold Wovsaniker

ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN NILENE EVANS

PATTY & MARC HERRMANN KAREN & MITCH LIGHT

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General Cont’d MARY & RICH LURIE

STEPHANIE & PHIL MANDELBAUM PEGGY & STUART SCHNEIDER CAROL BERDY

ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN AUDREY & JOEL ROSENBLATT

Mazel tov to Barbara & Jerry Markowitz on the birth of their granddaughter, Beatrice Isadora, daughter of Rachel & Eric ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN

NILENE EVANS

MARILYN & HANK GOLDMAN & FAMILY JULIE & HOWARD GLAZER

NANCY & WARREN HEAPS JOHN W. HEINSIUS

PATTY & MARAC HERRMANN JOAN & STEVE KAPLAN BARBARA & MIKE KING LINDA & LES KLEIN COOKIE & MYRON LESH BARBARA & TONY LUCIANO MARY & RICH LURIE JOYCE & NEIL MASSOTH BETH & PETER MORROW AUDREY & JOEL ROSENBLATT TAS SISTERHOOD

ILENE & LEWIS SOLOMON BARBARA & MICHAEL STARR LARRY WIESENECK

In memory of Jeff Baker ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN

Mazel tov to Amy Lederman and Michael Aufrichtig on the engagement of Elyse to Anthony

PHYLLIS MEHER

Best wishes for a good recovery to George Taylor

NILENE EVANS

STEPHANIE & PHIL MANDELBAUM LIZ & LEN LAWTON

PEGGY & STUART SCHNEIDER BARBARA & MICHAEL STARR

In memory of Shirley Botkin ELLEN & STEVE BERMAN

“Thinking of you” to Beth Silverman YAHRZEIT PLAQUE

PRAYER BOOK FUND

SOCIAL ACTION FUND – “FEEDING THE HUNGRY”

MARCIA & ROY CASPE BARBARA & TONY LUCIANO CHARLOTTE MAGID

Donated to “Feeding the Hungry” with sincere condolences to the Starr Family in memory of Michael’s father, Phil Starr CHARLOTTE MAGID

Donated to “Feeding the Hungry” with sincere condolences to daughters, Debby and Nancy and their families, on the passing of their beloved mother, Midge Rauch GINEEN & DON WEISS

In honor of Brett Norton CHILDREN'S LIBRARY FUND

SOCIAL JUSTICE FUND - TIKKUN OLAM ELEANOR BERG

In support of peace and social justice ADULT EDUCATION FUND

BARBARA & JERRY MARKOWITZ THE SCHNOLL MUSIC FUND PHYLLIS MEHER

With condolences to Margaret Sanders &

Family on the passing of Margaret’s mother, Sherri Miller

ELLEN & NEAL LITINGER SUSAN & LARRY ALTMAN

Best wishes to Connie Schnoll for a speedy recovery and good health

YOUTH GROUP CLAIRE SELTZER YAHRZEIT FUND ELEANOR BERG

In memory of Leon Berg JEANNE BUESSER

In memory of her aunt, Thelma Schlesinger LINDA & HOWARD TOPPER

In memory of their son, Mark Silverstein ROSE KAY & BERNARD FAUST

In memory of Rose Kay’s sister, Yetta Samuels

BARBARA & MICHAEL KING

In memory of Barbara’s mother, Helen Kline

In memory of Mike’s father, William King LYNN & STEVEN SCHWEIGHARDT

In memory of Lynn’s mother, Harriet Weinberg

In memory of Lynn’s brother, Stephen Weinberg

PEGGY & STUART SCHNEIDER

In memory of Peggy’s step-mother, Marilyn Bloch

In memory of Peggy’s father, Paul Bloch In memory of Stuart’s grandmother, Lillian Weiss

In memory of Stuart’s mother, Maybelle Schneider

BETSY KERNER

In memory of her mother, Blanche Kerner, grandmother of Molly & Louis Hoffman, and Michael B. Hoffman

FRANCINE EBERSMAN

In memory of her mother, Rita Ebersman In memory of her father, Philip Ebersman VICKI & STEVE MONALOY

In memory of Steve’s father, Morris Monaloy

NAOMI KERSTEIN

In memory of her mother, Tillie Gertson In memory of Esther Hanna

VIVIAN POTOLSKY

In memory of Bernhard Greenbaum In memory of Philip Gold

JEANNE BUESSER

In memory of Sandee Zimmerman In memory of Alan Blankfield LORETTA CARSON

In memory of her father, Bernhard Greenbaum

RENEE & DAVID MORRIS

In memory of David’s mother, Vivian Morris DEBRA & RICHARD TESTER

In memory of Anna Adams ILENE & LEWIS SOLOMON

In memory of Al Levy

CANTOR'S DISCRETIONARY FUND LIZ & LEN LAWTON

Thank you, Cantor Maria, for finding Leah Forster on TikTok and bringing her to TAS Thank you, Ed Schultz, for financing Leah Forster’s visit to TAS

Thank you, Lisa Cohen and Amy Lederman, for making TAS’s first inside social event perfect from beginning to end

MAGGIE & SHANE KLEIN

Thank you for your warm and supportive attention to Tessa in preparation for her Bat Mitzvah

BARBARA & MICHAEL STARR Thank you

RABBI JIM’S DISCRETIONARY FUND BENNET LAPIDUS

With sincere thanks for officiating at the unveiling of my parents, Iris and Marvin Lapidus

JANICE & DAVID SLOVES

With condolences to Barbara & Michael Starr and family on the passing of Michael’s father, Phil Starr

MAGGIE & SHANE KLEIN

Thank you for your warm and supportive attention to Tessa in preparation for her Bat Mitzvah

BARBARA & JERRY MARKOWITZ

In honor of the birth of our first grandchild, Beatrice Isadora Markowitz

KATIE & SETH BRODY

In honor of the naming of our daughter, Jemma

EDUCATOR’S DISCRETIONARY FUND RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FUND RELIGIOUS SCHOOL DONATION

CONFIRMATION FUND SISTERHOOD

A. BAER MEMORIAL SCHOOL FUND BROTHERHOOD

CAMP SCHOLARSHIP FUND SHAVELSON FUND

To subsidize teen and young adult participation in Jewish leadership programming

LAPIDOS TREE OF LIFE OUTDOOR BENCH MEMORIAL

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MISHKAN T’FILAH FOR YOUTH FUND BARBARA & MIKE KING

Condolences to Michael & Barbara Starr and family on the passing of Michael’s father, Phil Starr

MICHAEL MEALIA SCHOLARSHIP FUND MITZVAH WALK BRICK

ANITA PLOTKIN & FAMILY In honor of Jeffrey Baker TORAH COMMENTARIES FUND TORAH RESTORATION FUND

For the care and maintenance of our Torah scrolls

SISTERHOOD SUNSHINE FUND

Congratulations to MARK EDELSTEIN upon his graduation from Adelphi University Best wishes for a speedy recovery to LISA

NELSON-COHEN

Congratulations to JAKI RAIDER as she starts her position Director of a newly established pre-school.

Mazel Tov to CARLY & BENNY GAFFIN on their recent B’nei Mitzvahs

Mazel Tov to SHANE SPENCER on his recent Bar Mitzvah.

Mazel Tov to TESSA KLEIN on her recent Bat Mitzvah

Mazel Tov to BARBARA & JERRY

MARKOWITZ’S daughter MARISSA upon earning her MSW degree

Deepest condolences to LILLIAN GUILDER and children BARBARA & MICHAEL

ZIMMERMAN, MARK & MIA GUILDER, and their extended families on the passing of their beloved husband, father, father-in- law, and grandfather NORMAN GUILDER Our deepest condolences to MICHAEL &

BARBARA STARR on the recent passing of MICHAEL’S father PHIL STARR. PHIL had a full family life as husband to Michael’s mother RHEA and as father to Michael’s siblings SONYA (Ilyse Kramer) and AVIVA (Sherry Samuels) as well as many, many loving grandchildren

A REMINDER: Donations to Temple Avodat Shalom's Funds may be made, by phone or mail, in honor of someone, in memory of someone, or "just because." A beautiful card of acknowledgment will be mailed to the honoree or to the family of the deceased upon receipt of the minimum donation minimum of $10. However, certain specific Funds require higher minimums, as follows:

Mishkan T’filah Youth 18 Library Fund $18 Gates of Joy 18 Torah Commentary 90 Torah Restoration 180 Simcha Tree of Life 180 Lapidos Tree of Life 250 Mitzvah Walk Brick 360

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HANDY PEOPLE NEEDED TO HELP SENIORS and DISABLED PERSONS

Want to enjoy a really rewarding experience? The Chore Service, sponsored by the Bergen Volunteer Center, helps keep Bergen County seniors and people with disabilities safe in their own homes. Chore volunteers perform minor household repairs that these vulnerable people can’t do themselves nor get anyone else to do, and that can make a huge difference in the quality of their lives. These repairs are performed at no cost to the people, other than the cost of the materials used in the repair. For those on a fixed income, these savings could mean the difference between paying a professional a fee just to evaluate a situation, and whether there is money for food or medicine!

A Chore volunteer should be able to perform the kind of minor repairs that any able-bodied homeowner must do: replacing broken locks/doorknobs, installing washers in faucets, replacing electric outlets or switches, installing grab bars and hand railings, putting in/taking out small air conditioners, even changing light bulbs! The Chore Service has three vans that are sent throughout Bergen County 5 days a week. A volunteer would be assigned one day a week to a crew that performs 4-5 service calls per day.

Chore offers a great volunteer opportunity for retirees or people who work second and third shift jobs. Call Maureen at (201) 489-7790 to find out how satisfying it can be to use your handyperson skills to lend a hand to those in need.

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• Incontinence is the second leading cause of institutionalization.

• 25 million Americans suffer from urinary incontinence

• 25 % of Bergen County seniors live below the poverty level

• There are currently no programs that offer financial assistance to seniors in need of adult “briefs” or other incontinence products, making these necessities for independent living unattainable “luxury” items.

• Adult products of this kind cost upwards of $100 a month, and with social security benefits averaging $874 a month, purchasing them is not possible for millions of adults.

• Having access to these items are a “basic human need,” allowing senior adults to remain mobile, social and productive. Without them, many healthy older people would be trapped in their homes, fearful of joining social functions, trips to libraries or the movies, or even attending their own grandchild’s wedding!

• Seniors who remain socially active remain healthier, both physically and emotionally, and since people are living longer and leading more active lives, it is critically important to invest in programs that can help them afford products that will allow them to remain engaged in their community. The cost of not providing them will be astronomical by comparison to the care costs incurred by the need of early institutionalization and other health problems!

• Unlike babies, who outgrow the need for diapers, incontinent adults will bear this cost for the rest of their lives.

A recent study indicates that 25% of our New Jersey seniors cannot afford basic necessities. They are not eligible for Medicaid yet their Social Security check does not cover food, medications and adult absorbent products. Did you know that there is no government funding for adult care briefs? (formerly known as adult diapers) Without these products many seniors would be trapped in their homes and unable to attend social and/or family events. People are living longer and leading more active lives. The Adult Care Brief Bank was developed to collect and distribute absorbent products to those in need. Through drives, similar food drives or collections, The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, The Academy of Holy Angels, The New Synagogue of Fort Lee, St. Joseph's Parish, Bergen Family Center and other venues including networking events have collected over 120,000 products. The items collected are distributed to individuals in need through local agencies such as the Center for Food Action, Meals On Wheels of Bergen County, and Pascack, Visiting Homemaker Home Health Aide Service of Bergen County, Jewish Family Services, Bergen Family Center, the Southeast Senior Center for Independent Living (SESCIL) and more.

All it takes is an email blast and a collection bin. Oh yea, a bit of media always helpsJ

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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 23 Av 1 24 Av 2

Brotherhood cards, 8:00 pm

25 Av 3

Tuesday study group, 9:30am

26 Av 4 27 Av 5

Torah Study @ Noon

28 Av (7:47) 6

Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm

29 Av 7

Parashat Re’eh

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am

30 Av 8 1 Elul 9

Brotherhood board, 7:00 pm

2 Elul 10

Tuesday study group, 9:30am

3 Elul 11 4 Elul 12

Torah Study @ Noon

5 Elul (7:38) 13

Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm

6 Elul 1 4

Parashat Shoftim

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am

7 Elul 15 8 Elul 16 9 Elul 17

Tuesday study group, 9:30am

10 Elul 18 11 Elul 19

Torah Study @ Noon

12 Elul (7:28) 20

Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm

13 Elul 21

Parashat Ki Teitzei

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am

14 Elul 22 15 Elul 23 16 Elul 24

Tuesday study group, 9:30am

17 Elul 25 18 Elul 26

Torah Study @ Noon

19 Elul (7:18) 27

Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm

20 Elul 2 8

Parashat Ki Tavo

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am

Slichot program & service, 8pm 21 Elul 29 22 Elul 30 23 Elul 31

Tuesday study group, 9:30am

9/6: Erev Rosh Hashana, services at 5:00 pm 9/7: Rosh Hashana, family oriented services at 9:00 am;

Traditional service, 10:30am 9/8: Tashlich in park, 9:30am Rosh Hashana Service at 10:00 am

SEPTEMBER S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

AUGUST 2021/5781 av - elul

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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday OCTOBER

S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

24 Elul 1 25 Elul 2

Torah Study @ Noon

26 Elul (7:06) 3

Shabbat Services, 6:30 pm

27 Elul 4

Parashat Nitzavim

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am

28 Elul 5 29 Elul 6

LABOR DAY

Erev Rosh Hashana Services, 5:00 pm

1 Tishri 7

ROSH HASHANA Family-oriented Services, 9:00 am

Morning Services, 10:30 am

2 Tishri 8

ROSH HASHANA Tashlich in Van Saun Park, 9:30 am

Services, 10:30 am

3 Tishri 9

Torah Study @ Noon

4 Tishri (6:55) 1 0

Shabbat dinner, 7:00 pm Shabbat Services, 8:00 pm

5 Tishri 11

Parashat Vayeilech

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am

6 Tishri 12

Teacher Orientation B’nei Mitzvah Orientation, noon

7 Tishri 13

Brotherhood board, 7:00 pm

8 Tishri 14

Tuesday Study group, 9:30am

9 Tishri 15

Kol Nidre, 8:00 pm

10 Tishri 16

YOM KIPPUR

Family-oriented Services, 9:00 am

Morning Services, 10:30am Afternoon & Yizkor Services, 4:00 pm

11 Tishri (6:43) 1 7

Shabbat Services, 8:00 pm

12 Tishri 18

Parashat Ha’ Azinu

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am Bar Mitzvah of

JONATHAN COMPA

13 Tishri 19

First session Religious School, 9:00 am

14 Tishri 20

Erev Sukkot, Pizza in the Hut, 6:30 pm

15 Tishri 21

SUKKOT

Breakfast & Study in the Sukkah, 8:15 am

16 Tishri 22 17 Tishri 23

Torah Study @ Noon

18 Tishri (6:31) 2 4

Shabbat Services, 8:00 pm

19 Tishri 25

Parashat Sukkot

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am Bar mitzvah of

ANDREW SHERLAND

20 Tishri 26

Religious School

21 Tishri 27 22 Tishri 28

Sukkot Yizkor, 10:30 am

Simchat Torah Service, 7:00pm

23 Tishri 29 24 Tishri 30

Torah Study @ Noon

25 Tishri OCT. 1

Family Shabbat dinner, 6 pm Shabbat Services, 7:00 pm

26 Tishri OCT. 2

Parashat Bereshit

Wrestling with the Torah, 9:15 am Shabbat Services, 10:30 am Bat mitzvah of

SAMARA BARTH

SEPTEMBER 2021/578 1 -82 elul - tishri

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