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This Week at TBS

This Week At TBS
Friday, April 11 to
Thursday, April 17
MEMBER MILESTONES...

Leslie and Herbert Katz announce the marriage of their son, Brandon, to Ashley Ingber.

Eva and David Fuhrman announce the engagement of their daughter, Cherie, to Gavin Werbeloff.

Didi Rosen announces the birth of her grandson, Aiden Jeffrey, born to Danielle and Michael Zacharia.

To make a donation in honor of any occasion, click on  Donate!

Want to read the most current Kol Beth Shalom?

  

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NEW IDEAS FOR AN ANCIENT TRADITION

 

 

Check out JTS Passover resources, including Sound Bytes of Torah video clips, seder ideas for children with special needs, and more.

 
 

 

PASSOVER GUIDE - 2014

 

You can access the Rabbinical Assemblies Passover Guide by going to Passover Guide  and clicking on the icon for guide on the left side of the home page.  

You can also pick up a copy outside the Cohen Center, outside the Leff Sanctuary, or at the Temple office.

 

 

SOCIAL ACTION COMMITTEE REQUESTS... 
 
 
Shoprite is again offering free chickens or turkeys to shoppers who purchase a set amount of food during March and April. If you qualify for a free turkey or chicken we suggest that you donate them to Project Chow. If you bring them to the TBS office we will store them until we arrange for transportation to Project Chow. Project Chow distributes food to those in need in the Livingston vicinity.

Thank you
Social Action Committee
 

WEEKLY CALENDAR

 

Friday, April 11

   9:15 a.m.   Yoga

   7:13 p.m.   Candle Lighting

   7:30  p.m.  Erev Shabbat Services

 

Saturday, April 12

   9:15 a.m.   Shabbat Morning Services

 10:45 a.m.   Tot Shabbat

 

Monday, April 14

   6:30 a.m.    Morning Minyan

   9:30 a.m.    Bi'ur Hamets 

   6:30 p.m.    Evening Minyan

   7:16 p.m.    Candle Lighting

 

Tuesday, April 15

  10:00 a.m.   Passover Morning Service

    7:30 p.m.   Yom Tov Evening Services

    8:18 p.m.   Candle Lighting

 

Wednesday, April 16

  10:00 a.m.    Passover Morning Service

   7:30 p.m.     Evening Services


  

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USY offers exciting summer travel programs, some of which are NEW for 2014, for teens entering grades 9-12.  From tours such as Eastern Europe to Israel, New Jersey to California, touring the Pacific Northwest or the East Coast, and touring colleges in the Northeast, there are many different programs to choose from!

 

Spaces are limited on all programs and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, visit www.usy.org/escape. To request additional information, call 212-533-7800, or contact Rabbi Dorsch.



  
 
 


 



 
 
 

NEW DIMENSIONS TRIP TO HYDE PARK AND VAL KILL

THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2014

 
There are several openings for the Thursday, May 8 trip to tour the Hyde Park home of President Franklin Roosevelt & Val kill  cottage of Eleanor Roosevelt.

 

 

Cost of $40 for New Dimension members includes bus, tours and an amazing lunch. Not a New Dimensions member? You can join the trip for a fee of $60.

 

Contact Toby Cohen (973) 992-0537 or Judy Sackstein (973) 992-1691


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SISTERHOOD
HANUKKAH, SHABBAT AND HAVDALAH CANDLE SALE  
TO BENEFIT AMI COHEN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Sisterhood candles
Sisterhood is selling beautiful Hanukkah,Shabbat and Havdalah candles from Israel to benefit the Ami Cohen Scholarship Fund.  The fund provides scholarship for
our children from 5th grade and up who wish to continue with their
Jewish education. 
  
All the information you need, including an order form, can be found
by clicking the above image. 
From Our Inclusion Committee
  
TBS is proud that we have become an Able awarded congregation; please go to Abilities for information on more community events.
  
TBS supports the full inclusion and participation of all people in religious and communal life, regardless of abilities and we strive to ensure that all members can participate together in our programs. 
  
Please contact us at TBSinclusion@gmail.com if you require accommodations.
A Living Legacy For All! 
 
  
 
As you plan your financial future, consider making a gift to Temple Beth Shalom that will last longer than a lifetime.   There are many ways to leave a legacy that lasts beyond  our lifetimes and supports the many wonderful programs at Beth Shalom.   Your gift can be as simple as a bequest in your will, a naming opportunity or a specific purpose fund that you wish to establish. 

 

For  more information contact Steven Kandler at 973-992-3600 ext. 613. 

 

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