Happenings Friday October 16 to Thursday October 22

Friday, October 16

1:00 pm

Friday Tehillim
Healing Prayers for the Human Family led by John Fuerst. Reciting Tehillim for the sick is a traditional practice. Join John to chant or sing Psalms, or to sit quietly, sending healing intentions. Psalms are available in Hebrew and English here.

Join via Zoom. Meeting ID: 873 2214 6883; Password: 200901

6:00 – 6:30 pm

Erev Shabbat Candle Lighting
– led by Mary Adlersberg and Sally Thorne
Candle lighting, Kiddush, Motzi. Erev Shabbat blessings are available here.

Join via Zoom. Meeting ID: 869 8020 1086; Passcode: 850712

Saturday, October 17

10:00 – 11:45 am

Shabbat Morning Service
Parashat Bereshit / פרשת בְּרֵאשִׁית

P’sukai D’zimra – Tiferet Welch
Shacharit – Motti Lis
Torah Service – Dave Kauffman
Torah Readers – Avril Orloff, Heidi Mannis, Dalia Margalit-Faircloth
Haftarah – Casey Collins
Birkat Hachodesh – Rabbi Susan Shamash
Healing Prayer – Rabbi Susan Shamash
Closing – Rabbi Susan Shamash
Zoom Shamash – Sally Thorne

Join via Zoom. Meeting ID: 868 6114 7274; Passcode: 057932

10:15 – 11:15 am

Shabbat Sheli
– with Sammy Fogel
For registered students (ages 3-5).

Sunday, October 18

11:30 am – 1:00 pm

More Talmud
– led by Rabbi Susan Shamash

Welcome to the beginning of a new year of More Talmud. Come join serious, eager learners as we grapple with the text, join the Jewish communal conversation, and bring our voices to the renewal of Judaism! Recommended text: “The Women of the Talmud” by Judith Z. Abrams.

Join via Zoom. Meeting ID: 895 0632 9850; Passcode: 106566

7:00 – 7:30 pm

Virtual Evening Minyan
– led by Harley Rothstein

For a transliterated and translated weekday evening liturgy, please click here (pg 69 to 125).

Join via Zoom. Meeting ID: 833 2450 4014; Passcode: 621727

Thursday, October 22

4:00 – 5:30 pm

Bright Lights
– with Matthew Gindin

For registered students (ages 6-9)

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