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Our Youth wrapping holiday gifts with Rock and Wrap it Up

Sisterhood Fashion Show

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מה חדש בקהילה

WAY BEFORE THERE WAS A FIDDLER ON A ROOF

THERE WAS TEVYA!

 
Tevya is a 1939 American Yiddish film, based on author Sholem Aleichem's stock character Tevye the Dairyman, also the subject of the 1964 musical Fiddler on the Roof. It was the first non-English language picture selected for preservation by the National Film Registry.
The production was filmed at Biograph Studios in New York City and on a farm in JerichoLong Island.
 
Sunday December 15 - following Minyan (9:00 AM)
Free and open to all

Simon’s Bar Mitzvah project – Broadway cleanup w/ Men’s Club

Dear Beth El Friends,

I am a member of a local chapter of the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, which brings Muslim and Jewish women together to break down stereotypes, promote positive interactions, and engage in projects to help the community.

Along with our member Syd Mandelbaum's organization called "Rock and Wrap It Up, Inc.," we are participating in Hannah's Project, which distributes feminine hygiene products (not covered by SNAP) to women and at-risk teens in shelters, soup kitchens and pantries.

During November, we will collect the items listed on the flyer to be delivered to participating organizations in our area. The Rina Shkolnik Food Pantry, which is an affiliate of the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC, will be one of the beneficiaries of this collection.

The items can be deposited in the collection bin outside the entrance of the Sandrow Chapel or you can order them from the Amazon Wish List and they will be delivered for you to our chapter representative.

Men’s Club Man of the Year 2019

Community Chest Event honoring Diane and Michael Rattner

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Prayer Times

Daily Minyan:

  • Weekdays at 7:00 AM* and 7:45 PM (except Jewish Holidays - see holiday schedules)
  • Sundays and Federal Holidays at 9:00 AM
  • * Rosh Chodesh / Chol Hamoed / Chanukah  at 6:50 AM

Shabbat Services:

  • Fridays at 4:15 PM (seasonal)
  • Shabbat morning at 9:30 AM
  • During the winter Mincha follows Kiddush at approximately 12:30 PM
  • During the summer Mincha/Maariv approximately an hour before Shabbat end (time TBA).

Please confirm prayer times with the office or the ritual director because of seasonal changes.

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