Come and Support our Lay Leaders

Did you know services don't stop when the Rabbi is on vacation?

Please come to services and support our lay leaders.

 

Our leaders

July 4: Jerry Yochelson

July 5: Robynn & Ashley Mann

July 11: Erica Fisher

July 12: Sisterhood

July 18: Marilyn & Ethan Saiewitz

July 19: Len Smollen - In the Park

July 25: Nikki & Dani Martinez

July 26: Jerry Yochelson - In the Park 

 

Shabbat in the Park - July 19 & 26

Join us for Shabbat in the Park

9:30am Torah Study
10:15 Worship
Followed by a picnic lunch
Weather Permitting at Thompson Park

Saturday July 19th

We really think about and talk about prayer.
What does it mean to pray?
What do the prayers mean that we regularly say?
Come and learn. Come and pray. Come and sing
.

Saturday July 26th

Bring the family! Bring the kids!
Family-oriented learning (even a game).
Family-oriented worship and music.
Family-oriented Kiddush luncheon.
Experience Shabbat with your family among the birds and the trees in a beautiful outdoor environment.

 

Location: The Gazebo by the Lake Use entrance on Forsgate Drive, bear left past the lake, Gazebo is on left side by lake. There are a few benches in the gazebo, but feel free to bring your own chairs to be more comfortable.

Services will be indoors at our synagogue building at 11 Cornell Ave in event of rain

Cake & Crime - September 13

Leis, Lies & Alibis

“Cake and Crime” Luau
An Interactive Evening of Mystery and Mayhem,
De
licious Desserts and of course…Prizes
Don your Hawaiian shirt, sundress or muumuu and join us for an interactive evening of murder and mayhem in paradise

 

Date: September 13th 8pm

Cost: $ 15 for members, $20 for non-members ($20 at the door)
Inquiries about assuming the role of a character in the mystery are invited contact  Stephanie Belzer

Is a Special Occasion Coming Up?

Do you have a special occasion coming up?

An Anniversary? A Birthday?

Consider sponsoring an Oneg or Kiddush in honor of your special occasion.

Just $36 for Friday night Oneg and $72 for Saturday Kiddush.

Click here for more information

 

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