זָכוֹר אֶת-יוֹם הַשַּׁבָּת, לְקַדְּשׁוֹ

Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.

Shabbat

CLICK THE ARROW ABOVE AND LEARN ABOUT SIMCHAT TORAH – October 21 – 22

CLICK THE ARROW ABOVE AND LEARN ABOUT THIS WEEK’S PARASHAH – HA’AZINU – Saturday, October 12

Deuteronomy 32:1-52

Parashat Ha’azinu
This is the last parashah of the Torah that is read at services on Shabbat morning. (Chapters 33-34 are read only on Simchat Torah, to complete the annual cycle of Torah reading.) It consists entirely of a poem reprising and summarizing the themes of the first section of Deuteronomy: the greatness and generosity of God and the stubbornness and unreliability of the Israelites.
1. Give ear, O heavens…Let the earth hear Listen to me – you spiritual people whose thoughts are in heaven, and also you down-to-earth people whose concerns are more material. This message is meant for all of you
(Hatam Sofer).

 

CLICK THE ARROW ABOVE AND LEARN ABOUT SUKKOT – October 13 – 15

Play and Pray (Ages 2-6)
Ongoing

Shabbat is a special and nurturing place for children at Adath Israel.  We have a Nursery and Kindergarten-program that features songs, prayers, Jewish games, stories and a snack.  The children receive regular visits from our Rabbis and Cantors

Junior Congregation (Ages 7-12)
Runs until December 14, 2019

Learning to be part of our congregation starts at an early age.  Adath Israel caters to children in Grades 1-6 with a special program in the Library that features Prayers, parsha plays, group activities and songs.  Our terrific ShinShinim provide weekly activities to create fun and help our youngsters cultivate lifelong friends and an understanding of Israel.

 

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