A few reminders:
This is a busy time of year, with the big ones (Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur) followed by several that are loads of fun with the kids: The Sukkot Walk on October 7 (it's not too far, and ends with Pizza at the Lubovitch's house--please RSVP so they know), plus Simchat Torah on October 10. I have to tell you, as someone who was raised Reform, I did not know the joys of Simchat Torah as a child, and it's great! Candy and parading with torahs, beer, pizza--do come! (and for 'newbies'--adults can bring individually wrapped candy to give to the children each time they pass you, and kids will want a bag to collect candy).
Okay, but before the candy and beer and pizza, we must repent...here's the details:
Kol Nidre begins at 7:00PM on September 27
Yom Kippur Services begin at 9:00AM on Sept. 28 and the Hebrew school aged service with Michael Rosenberg is at 10 am in the chapel (great service.) Yours truly (that would be me) is doing Hagbah at the Monday service--I've done it once before but on a regular Saturday, but now have nightmares of making 300 people fast for 40 days if I drop it. Excuse me while I go do push-ups to train!
Congregational Sukkot Dinner is October 2 at 6:30PM - Services at 8:00PM - flyer is attached
Sukkot Yontiff Services - October 3 and 4 at 9:30AM
Sukkot Walk - October 7 starting at the synagogue at 4PM
Simchat Torah October 10, Dinner (Pizza & Beer) 6:00PM & Service at 7:00PM - Hakafot/Dancing with the Torah
Special Program Sunday, October 18 - The Jews of Iraq -Dr. Reading Dallal - $10.00 includes breakfast at 10:30AM - program at 10:45PM
Save the date for October 25th as well for Sandy Finkel's concert...details to follow.