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    PLEASE SEE THE ON LINE CALENDAR FOR THE LATEST HAPPENINGS!

     

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  • EREV Rosh Hashanah Services

    Sunday, September, 9 - 8:00 pm                    

    Rosh Hashana - DAY 1

    Monday, September 10 

    EARLY Service - 9:00 am    

    LATE Service - 12:00 pm          

    Rosh Hashanah Family Services at synagogue - 4:00 pm

    Tashlich at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park beach - 5:00 pm

    Rosh Hashana -  DAY 2

    Tuesday, September 11   - 10:00 am        

         

    Yom Kippur - Kol Nidre

    Tuesday, September 18, 8:00pm

    Yom Kippur Day

    Wednesday, September 19

    EARLY Service - 9:00 am    

    LATE Service - 12:00 pm 

    YIZKOR - 4:00 pm

     

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  •  *    Tickets will be given to all family members of a full-dues paying congregant family, under the age of 25, provided that they are members in good standing (2018-2019) dues paid in full or a suitable payment plan arranged).

    *     Members need to select in advance either  Morning Early Service (9-11 am) or Late Service (12-2 pm). Dues must be paid in full, or a payment plan arranged, in order to be eligible to select a service, which will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. If and when the sanctuary reaches seating capacity then any requests for service change cannot be accommodated.   

    *     Tickets may only be used for the designated Early or Late Service that you previously selected.  Seats will be limited, so please respond as soon as possible.  If you do not respond, a service time will be assigned to you based upon availability.

    *    Specific sanctuary seats will not be reserved for any

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3rd grade Wimpel day

3rd grade Wimpel program

The 3rd grade had a wonderful afternoon crafting a special cloth Torah binder called a Wimpel.  This special keepsake will be a reflection of their personality and heritage and can be used to tie the Torah at their Bar/Bat Mitzvah service.
 
 
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