Shabbat Service with Clergy Day Speaker Rabbi David Fox Sandmel
Friday March 27 at 6:00 pm
The 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate (Declaration on the Relation of the [Catholic] Church with Non-Christian Religions) and the major developments in Catholic-Jewish relations during the last 3 papacies.
It’s Now or Never!
His name was Nachshon. His story emerges out of the richness of both Torah and Midrash. The Israelites were on the move, leaving behind the bitterness of slavery. The Egyptian army was rapidly approaching from the rear, and the Reed Sea was in front of them. So our people froze.
And then, Nachshon, an Israelite, walked straight into the Sea.
An act of faith. An act of courage. He took the future into his hands. The Sea split. And the rest is part of the history of Passover. These are the last days in which you can cast your vote for ARZA’s delegation to the World Zionist Congress, that singular parliament of the Jewish People that will convene in Jerusalem in October. On the agenda of the Congress will be items critical not just to Israel’s future, but to the future of our own children and grandchildren in America.
Each of us can be a Nachshon. Cast your vote for ARZA and for Israel’s future as a light unto the nations. Don’t be indifferent. Don’t for a moment think that your single vote is not important. Want more information? Visit www.reformjews4israel.org. And while you’re there vote the ARZA: Representing Reform Judaism in Israel slate.
Voting concludes April 30th. Remember - our people’s greatest miracles have emerged out of our decisions to shape our own future. There can be no DAYYENU until each of us has voted.
Cast Your Vote for ARZA
Representing Reform Judaism in Israel
Voting in the WZO elections is now OPEN, and you can make your voice heard by voting right now, before the April rush!
The act of voting occurs online through the AZM (American Zionist Movement). By clicking the following here, you will be directed to their website where you can register with the AZM and then cast your vote for ARZA, Representing Reform Judaism.
Kollel: Sunday Series - Rabbi Andrea Weiss
Sunday March 29
How Is This Night Different from All Others?
Biblical Insights to Enhance Your Seder
Bagels at 9:30 am - Program at 10:00
Friday April 3
Passover Begins at Sundown - hold your First Seder
Friday Shabbat Service will begin at 5:00 pm
(note the earlier service time!)
Saturday April 4
Shabbat Service & 1st day Passover at 10:30 am
Friday April 10
7th Day Passover/Yizkor Service at 10:00 am
Shabbat Service at 6:00 pm
Temple offices are closed in observance of the holidays