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Bagels and Study With Rabbi Haigh Sunday, October 8th

Come this summer and study The Way of Man by Martin Buber. Rabbi Haigh and Lois Fein will lead a discussion and consider Buber’s wisdom.
October 8th Topic: Here Where One Stands
10:00 AM ​ A Taste of Hebrew, come and learn to decode the sacred texts
11:00 AM Refreshments

11:30 AM  ​Buber Study (* timing may change due to Sukkah Hop).

An open mind and your life experience are the only prerequisites. Though ongoing, you can attend individual sessions

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Volunteers Needed

Do you like to sing? We need your voice for the High Holy Day Choir to perform during the High Holy Day services, beginning with Selichot  on the evening of September 16, followed by Rosh Hashanah (the evening of September 20 and morning of September 21) and Yom Kippur (evening of September 29 and September 30).  Rehearsals begin soon and run weekly. The choir is open to anyone who enjoys singing, has a nice voice and a … read more

Save the Date

How Did Germany’s Weimar Democracy Become the Third Reich?
Saturday, July 29th 3:00 pm
Discussion with Jack Mayer, author of Before the Court of Heaven and  Life in a Jar: the Irena Sendler Projectread more

World Affairs Discussion Group

Wednesday June 21st
7:00 pm at Shir Shalom

As part of our adult education summer program, there will be a discussion group focusing on current events as they relate to world affairs, moderated by Stuart Matlins. Join in this open and respectful sharing of ideas.

For more information, contact Mark Klampert at MMKDDS@aol.comread more

Study with Rabbi Haigh

Sunday, June 18th
Rabbi Haigh will lead a Text Study
that has been created by T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights
accessing ancient Jewish Texts as an entree to thinking about the complexity of these past 50 years since the Six Day War… read more

Tent Shabbat

It’s Summer and time for Tent Shabbat
Friday, June 16
7:00 pm
Join Rabbi Haigh with special guest, Ygal Shapir, retired Colonel from the Israeli Navy, who will tell his personal story of the Cherbourg Boats Drama. We will also honor David Blank at this service.… read more

Scholar-in-Residence Weekend With Rabbi David Saperstein – Jewish Dimensions of Social Justice: Tough Moral Choices For Our Times

Mark Your Calendars Friday, June 2nd – Sunday, June 4th
Scholar-in-Residence Weekend With Rabbi David Saperstein—
Senior Advisor for Policy and Strategy for the URJ, Director Emeritus, Religious Action Center (RAC, and Newsweek magazine’s most influential rabbi in the country 2009.

The Scholar-in-Residence Weekend is made possible by the generosity and vision of Paul and Enid Rosenberg in memory of Chickie Rosenbergread more