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Community Giving

Cantor Feibush and I were honored to present Captain Kenny Clark, President of the Cedar Grove Rescue Squad, with a $1,000 donation to the Rescue Squad from our congregation. We collected some of the money during our Sukkot celebrations—thank you to our congregation for making this act of tzedakah possible. During Sukkot, many of us wrote notes of appreciation to our first responders which Captain Clark took with him.

Looking Ahead

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  • Thursday ,
    OctOctober  28 , 2021
    Adult Education Book Discussion
    Thursday, Oct 28th 7:30p to 8:30p


  • Sunday ,
    NovNovember  14 , 2021
    Virtual Guided Tour of Jewish Gems in Vilna Lithuania
    Sunday, Nov 14th 10:00a to 11:30a
    Lithuanian Jews, or Litvaks, are very well known among the Jews around the world due to their special mentality, education and devotion. Vilna (Vilnius), the capital of Lithuania, since the 17th century served as the center of Eastern European Jewish education, culture and religion. Having had more than a hundred synagogues and nearly half of population Jewish it had been called Jerusalem of Lithuania for more than 300 years. Aušra, our guide, a true lover of her city and the Jewish heritage there, will guide us on a magical LIVE tour of all that is to be found in Vilna



Sat, October 23 2021 17 Cheshvan 5782