Join us for Shabbat morning services as three members of the community will offer their nuanced understandings of the week's Torah portion. Our participants—Leslie Jellilnek, Mark Sorkin, and Lydia Polansky—have studied Parashat Naso with Rabbi Minkus. Each has crafted a D'var Torah shaped and informed by those discussions. The program challenges the participants, and all of us, to understand how our personal exploration of Judaism relates to the Torah. On this same Shabbat we will honor those students who are graduating from high school of university, along with those in our community who are moving away. If you know of someone who is graduating or moving, please send his or her name and contact information to Cantor Rachel Rosenberg ([email protected]).
This American Shabbat is a community-wide program where we engage with each other intellectually, socially, and, of course, over food. So on each Friday night prior to This American Shabbat, we will have Shabbat dinners around the community. Please contact the office the previous week to let us know if you prefer to host or be hosted on Friday night so that more of our community will enjoy sharing a meal while getting to know each other a bit better.
Join us for inspiring words of Torah and the delicious company of old and new friends.
5777 dates: November 5, February 4, and June 3.
Service begins at 9:30 a.m. in the Glick Chapel.
Torah reading begins at 10:30 a.m.
This American Shabbat speakers at approximately 11:15 a.m.