Temple Beth Am News
Temple Beth Am News
Weekly News September 10 - September 17
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Religious School Welcome Letter
Religious School Special Needs Programming Letter
Sukkot Services and Simchat Torah Services: September 20 and 25
Open House and Ice Cream Social - Sunday, September 22 -12:30-2:30 PM
Journal Dinner Dance - September 28th - Save the Date
Support-A-Walk - join TEAMitzvah - Sunday, October 6, 2013
Sisterhood Potluck Dinner - Tuesday, October 8 at 7:30 PM
Candle Light Vigil: Domestic Violence Awareness - Wednesday, October 9 at 6:00 PM
Adult Events has a limited number of tickets for "Kiss Me, Kate" Saturday, November 2
Shabbat Services Childcare
Make Grocery Shopping a Mitzvah!
Info & Forms for Onegs, Reimbursement, Rentals and more
Childcare will be offered at no charge during the morning services on Yom Kippur
for children under 6 years old.
WANTED: Congregants who want to get involved and make a difference. We are looking for a chair of the Ways and Means (fundraising) Committee. If you are interested in helping your synagogue grow and prosper and you have time to help, please drop a note regarding your interest. Additionally, all other committees can use help, please look at the committees listed here and see where you would like to donate some time. Jay Gussak, email@example.com.
Schedule this Week
Tuesday, September 10
7:30p Board Meeting
Wednesday, September 11
4:15p Grades 2-4
6:30p BM Class
Thursday, September 12
5:30p 7th Grade
Erev Shabbat, September 13: Erev Yom Kippur
8:00p Kol Nidre Service at YCCC
Shabbat, September 14: Yom Kippur
10:00a Yom Kippur Morning Service at YCCC
11:30a (approximately) Yizkor at YCCC
2:00p Yom Kippur Children's Service at Temple
3:45p Yom Kippur Afternoon & Concluding Services at Temple followed by Break-Fast
Sunday, September 15
9:00a Grades 5-6
Monday, September 16
Tuesday, September 17
Yahrzeits - Names to be read at services on September 13
Nathan Beifel, grandfather of Ted Halperin
Edward Green, father of Nancy Kassay
Harry Wisner, former member of Temple
Pauline Breitbart, mother of Irving Breitbart
Ralph Gottlob, husband of Leah Gottlob
Beverly Wallach, mother of Sheryl Moskowitz
Fay Tart, mother of Leah Gottlob
Pearl Burnstein, aunt of Isobel Marcus
Thank you for the Following Donations:
Donations received after September 3 will be listed in the October 1 email
Mindy Kaufman in memory of her grandmother, Irma Holtzman
Jeffrey Held in memory of his parents Carl and Inez Held
A. Daniel Mizroch in memory of Raul Daniel Sid Mizroch
Rabbi's Discretionary Fund:
Ileane Frogel in honor of Emma’s Bat Mitzvah
Naomi Gerstein Memorial Fund:
Frances Polirer in memory of her mother Eva Middleman
On Oct 9th at 6:00 pm Temple Beth Am will once again be hosting a Candle Light Vigil in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness month at the Yorktown Town Hall. This event is always powerful and moving. It has been hosted by us in the past and is always requested each year.
If you are interested in helping with this event please contact Sarah Kaplan
We need assistance with publicity, set-up, clean-up, refreshments, and music. This is an excellent community service opportunity for students and scout troops.
Connect to Care at Westchester Jewish Community Services Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm 10 New King Street (next to the Westchester Airport) in White Plains
914-470-5721 is available to help those in the Westchester Jewish community that are affected by the economic crisis.For the weekly schedule of workshops - please check the WJCS Website.
Information about Events of interest to the Jewish Community. Temple Beth Am neither sponsors nor endorses these events.
Looking ahead, registration for the Winter/Spring 2013-2014 season will be opening on September 10th. Please let us know if you want us to refer your application to Kesher, which will give the applicant priority trip selection status. Since there is funding for approximately half of Birthright applicants, this priority status offer can be a very valuable tool to assist members of your community seeking to travel on Birthright this winter.
If someone you know is eligible and not yet registered, please encourage them to apply now for Taglit-Birthright Israel with URJ Kesher at www.gokesher.org.
The program is open to Jewish young adults, ages 18-26 and who have never been to Israel on a peer program. The URJ Kesher experience embraces the values of Reform Judaism.
The Somers Memorial Holocaust Commission is planning its annual Holocaust program, which is an evening of Reflection and Remembrance. Our purpose is twofold: to educate children so that they will never forget the horrors of the Holocaust and other genocide, and to promote the teaching of Human Rights in our school.
Our yearly program, held at a local high school, includes many inspirational projects submitted by high school students. Also, a keynote speaker, a choir, and student singing and dancing help to make for a memorable evening!
Everyone is welcome, and if you are interested in meeting and/or joining our group, please contact:
THE WJCS JEWISH SPIRITUAL HEALING CENTER
Spiritual Support Groups, Spiritual Journeying Programs, and Kumi Ori Contemplative Sundays.
ALL PROGRAMS TAKE PLACE AT WJCS, 845, N. BROADWAY, N. WHITE PLAINS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
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