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Shabbat Worship and Upcoming Events

Yom Kippur & Shabbat "Ha'Azinu" ~ "שבת "האזינו 

Wednesday,​​​ September 15
8:00 pm - Kol Nidrei we invite you to join us in person (masks required), on our Website, or on Facebook Live here.

Thursday,​​​ September 16
9:00 am - Morning Service 1 - proof of vaccination required to attend & masks required. We invite you to join us in person, on our Website, or on Facebook Live here.
12:00 pm - Morning Service 2 we invite you to join us in person (masks required), on our Website, or on Facebook Live here. Service is appropriate for students in 5th Grade & older.
3:00 pm - Family Services an outdoor family service for younger students from Pre-K through 4th Grade. Masks required.
4:00 pm - Study Session with Clergy Join Rabbi Z and Rabbi Sank Ross in an hour long study session, on Zoom, or on Facebook Live here.
5:00 pm - Afternoon Service*, Yizkor*, and Neilah we invite you to join us in person (masks required), on our Website, or on Facebook Live here.
*Proof of vaccination is required to sit in the Main Sanctuary during the Afternoon Service and Yizkor.

Friday,​​​ September 17
6:30 pm - Erev Shabbat with Rabbi Sank Ross and Cantor Franco, in person, on our Website, or on Facebook Live here.

Saturday, September 18
10:30 am
- Shabbat Morning (Bat Mitzvah of Addison Aarons), in person, on our Website, or on Facebook Live here.
10:30 am - Shabbat Havurah Morning, worship in person or register here* to join via Zoom.
*Please preregister no later than 30 minutes before Shabbat Morning Havurah to assure you can be approved in a timely manner.  
Link to this week's parasha (Torah portion) and haftarah.

Torah Study (with Rabbi Sank Ross)
Saturday, September 18 at 9:00 am
Study in person or register here* to join via Zoom.
After registering to join via Zoom, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining. 

*Please preregister no later than 30 minutes before Adult Torah Study to assure you can be approved in a timely manner.  


Candy Sushi in the Sukkah
Monday, September 20 at 4:00 pm
For families with children ages 6 & under. Each child will receive their own Candy Sushi Making Kit and visit the sukkah for blessings with our clergy.

Cost is $18 per family. To register, click here.


A Conversation with Sarah Hurwitz
Thursday, September 23 at 7:00 pm via Zoom
In her entertaining and accessible book, Here All Along, Sarah Hurwitz shows us why Judaism matters and how its message is more relevant than ever, and she inspires Jews to do the learning, questioning, and debating required to make this religion their own.
Free for Sisterhood Members. $18 for Non-Members.
To learn more and to register, click here.



Trunkkah Sukkah & Movie Night

Saturday, September 25 at 6:30 pm in the TCS Parking Lot
Cost: $18 per car
Use your creativity to decorate your trunk as a sukkah and come to the synagogue parking lot to show it off. Afterwards, join us for a family-friendly movie and picnic in the back lawn.
To learn more and to register, click here.


Simchat Torah Party
Monday, September 27 at 5:30 pm
We will offer a Simchat Torah celebration for all ages! Our youngest members will travel through the Torah using their own Torah Passport, we will have a dance party to celebrate the holiday, and we will read from the Torah as we prepare to begin again.

No cost to attend. For more information and to register, click here.


Boot Camp
Sunday, October 10 at 9:30 am
Have fun and get fit in the synagogue parking lot at Boot Camp sponsored by Sisterhood. Stations include body weight exercises, strength training, cardio and stretching. All fitness levels welcome!
Free for Sisterhood Members. $18 for Non-Members. To register, click here.


Weekly Chair Yoga
Every Friday at 10:30 – 11:30 am
For one hour, focus on YOU. Forget your aches, pains, and anything troubling you through breathing and gentle stretching. The class is continuous and you can join at any time. 
For more information, click here


Weekly Yiddish Classes
Every Tuesday at 10:30 – 11:30 am
Do you Farshtay A Bisl Yiddish? If the answer is yes, do we have a group for you! Our group reads Yiddish Literature transliterated into English. Therefore, no experience reading it’s original Hebraic letters required.
For more information, click here


CommUNITY Group – Grown Up Fun: Summer Social
POSTPONED – New Date To Be Announced Soon
We've reserved a spot at the park and we are ready to share some great BBQ! Bring a picnic blanket, beach gear, playing cards, board games, or anything else for a fun afternoon with friends.
With questions, please contact Lori Roman

Thu, September 16 2021 10 Tishrei 5782