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Shabbat Nachamu, August 12-13

Guest Scholar and Abraham & Sarah's Tent Dinner

 Welcome guest scholar Rabbi Aviad Bodner, Rav of Congregation Ramat Orah, Manhattan

Jewish Medical Ethics - End of life and Beyond

Rabbi Bodner will speak Shabbat morning following a mac 'n cheese kiddush luncheon as well as during Seudah Shlishit.

Friday night, August 12 following 7 PM services. Celebrate the revival of Abraham & Sarah's Tent, a Shabbat meal hosted by the shul for anyone seeking a warm space and a welcoming place. RSVP to attend or to assist: darcheinoamRSVP@gmail.com 

Mazal Tov! 

Mazal tov Ilan Golberstein upon earning Camp Ramah's Middot Award last week!

Mazal tov to Bob Kusnetz on being elected President of the newly rejuvenated Fern Hill Neighborhood Association. The FHNA invites all Fern Hill Neighborhood residents to a get-together this Sunday, August 14, 1 – 3 PM at Fern Hill Park. There will be kids’ games, (kosher) snacks, a chance to meet new neighbors, and learn about the history of Fern Hill. See you there!

Mazal tov to Orran Green and parents Seth & Jennifer Green upon Orran's Bar Mitzvah last Monday. Special thanks to Ed & Anne Monique Rapoport for the breakfast assistance.

Todah Rabbah!

Thank you Robert Portnoe for your time, efforts and skills in preparing mac 'n cheese and other tasty items for this week's special kiddush.

Thank you Toby Khabie, Ron, Shira and Dahlia Krebs, Alan Long, Joel Ribnick, Naomi Oxman, Zach & Chava Messinger and Rabbi Davis for assistance last week with furniture moving and apartment prep for our incoming B'not Sheirut, Maayan and Naama.  Thank you to all who have supported this initiative materially and financially thus far.  We will share a more complete list of names in a subsequent email communication.

The 5783 (2022-2023) Calendars are here!

 

Pick up your 2022-2023 Jewish Calendar in the lobby at shul, one per family.  All Jewish dates and parshas are listed, in addition to candle-lighting times for 36 major American cities.  Courtesy of Hodroff-Epstein.

 

B'not Sherut Year 2 Update

Get ready to welcome Naama & Maayan!

Important: We need help welcoming Naama and Maayan when they arrive at the airport Tuesday evening, August 16.  We are also seeking volunteers to show them around town the following days.
We are also looking for dressers, linens, pillows, blankets, and a coffee table, as well as volunteers to schlep furniture.

If you'd like to join the fun and help welcome Naama and Maayan at the airport this Tuesday, August 16, please contact Shira. Shira Krebs / shira@alumni.princeton.edu / 952-923-4753

Can't make it to the airport but you have kids who can make 'welcome pictures' to be placed in their apartment?  Please let Shira know, or drop the pictures and cards off with Rabbi Davis at shul.   

We are thrilled to launch our second year of the B'not Sherut program!