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08/27/2013 04:27:28 PM

Aug27

Announcements & Upcoming Events

This Shabbat:  Click on the Shabbat flyer to read

Come celebrate at the kiddush with Sharon and Richard Freedman in honor of
Maya becoming a Bat Mitzvah.


Wednesday, August 28 (Elul 22)
8:00a Meditation Minyan

Erev Shabbat, August 30 (Elul 24)
7:30a Morning Minyan

Shabbat, August 31: Nitzavim-Vayeilech (Elul 25)
10:00a Shacharit
10:00a Maya Freedman Bat Mitzvah
8:00p S'lichot Service

Monday, September 2 (Elul 27)
Office Closed

Wednesday, September 4: Erev Rosh Hashana (Elul 29)


8:00a Meditation Minyan
8:00p Evening Service (Central Presbyterian)

Thursday, September 5: Rosh Hashana (Tishrei 1) (Central Presbyterian)   
9:00a Shacharit Service (Ends at 1:00p)
9:30a Young Family Service (Ends at 10:30a)
10:30a Junior Congregation Service (Ends at 12:00p)
4:45p Minchah (Ends at 5:00p)
5:00p Tashlich (Ends at 5:30p)

Erev Shabbat, September 6: Rosh Hashana (Tishrei 2)(Bnai Keshet)
9:00a Shacharit Service (Ends at 1:00p)
9:30a Young Family Service (Ends at 10:30a)
10:30a Junior Congregation Service (Ends at 12:00p)
1:00p
Pot Luck Lunch -   Click to RSVP for lunch

Shabbat, September 7: Ha'Azinu (Tishrei 3)
10:00a Shacharit
10:00a Shabbat Shuva Poetry Slam

Rabbi Elliott Wants to Hear from YOU

This year’s congregational value, to welcome the stranger is rooted in the broader commandment to love the stranger. In the Torah we are commanded to love three things –

God, our neighbor and the stranger.  

What does the commandment to love the stranger mean to you? When you have tried to offer meaningful care and open-heartedness to those you do not know?

Do you have a story to tell about this? How do you think this commandment is tied to the commandments to love God and love one's neighbor?

I would love to have you get the conversation started on Bnai Keshet's Facebook page or share your  to email me directly rabbielliott@bnaikeshet.org.

Leshanah Tovah, Rabbi Elliott


Saturday, November 2nd

7PM

The 8th Annual Bnai Keshet Roabst

Honoring .........

Someone really great!

Someone special!

You won't want to miss this Roabst!

Watch for the formal announcement
 

Thu, June 27 2019 24 Sivan 5779