Counting the Omer
The Omer should be counted every night after nightfall, beginning on the second night of Passover and ending on the night before Shavuot.
Rabbi Hugh Seid-Valencia: Jewish Values and Hospice Care
Sunday, April 26
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join Rabbi Seid-Valencia for the secondof two sessions addressing topics of end-of-life care from the Jewish perspective:An introduction to Jewish texts and values supporting the decision to seek appropriate hospice care. All community members welcome. Free. No RSVP necessary.
Professor Jon Levitow: Yiddish Today
Sunday, May 3
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
What accounts for the persistence of Yiddish expressions now that most Jews have ceased speaking the language on a daily basis? Where does Yiddish stand nowadays? Who speaks it, who studies it, and why? What is Yiddish, really, and how can it survive in a world where the vast majority of Jews have long since chosen Hebrew or English? Join us for this update “from the trenches” on Yiddish in the contemporary world, and learn a little Yiddish too!
Learn About This Season's "Other" Holidays:
Yom HaShoah, Yom Hazikaron, Yom Ha'atzmaut, Lag B'Omer, and Yom Yerushalayim
Sinai Nursery School
We offer a quality developmental program in a small, nurturing environment.
At Sinai, our children are encouraged to explore, discover and create together.
Annual Meeting 2015
Sunday, May 17
This year's meeting will include the following highlights:
- “State of the Shul” address presented by President Joseph Kulakofsky
- “Volunteer of the Heart” awards for this year's exceptional volunteers
- Presentation of the budget for the fiscal year 2015-2016 and congregational vote to approve. A summary of the budget will be distributed at the meeting; a complete version will be available at the meeting for congregational review.
- Presentation of the 2015-2016 Slate of the Board of Directors and congregational vote to approve
VOTE MERCAZ Slate #2 in the World Zionist Congress
Increase the voice of Conservative / Masorti Judaism in the World Zionist Congress to be held in Jerusalem. Vote MERCAZ, Slate #2 in the election [$10 fee to the election company; $5 for those ages 18-30].
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