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September 15, 2021 12:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Sept. 15, 2021

Dear Friends,
  This weekly message is arriving a day earlier than usual since Yom Kippur begins tonight.
   Books and food drive bags are available in bins on the school porch at any time.
   School families- here is a link to a PDF of our children's prayer book, so you can follow along at Thursday’s children's service (2:00 PM) if you are not to attend in-person: 
https://adasemuno.org/resources/Documents/YK%20Children%20Siddur.pdf

  The day after Yom Kippur is already Erev Shabbat and a good opportunity to gather remotely via our Zoom Shabbat Evening Service (7:30 PM). 

   The next morning our Shabbat Morning Torah Study (10:00 AM) commences (now happening via Zoom). This year we delve into the epic history that birthed our people- The Rise and Fall of Ancient Israel. 

   Sunday morning religious school (9:00 AM) outside will also feature our monthly Tot program (9:30 AM).

   Sunday afternoon the annual Leonia International Day of Peace event takes place (4:30-6:00 PM) on the lawn of the Methodist Church, and I am always happy to participate in the ceremony. (The Methodist Church lawn is on Broad Avenue.)

   Mark your calendar now for our Sukkot-Simchat Torah Celebration on Sunday the 26th. We begin with a free outdoor subs-for-sukkot meal (5:00 PM) by reservation (email doriskampwhite@verizon.net), followed by an abbreviated Simchat Torah Celebration (6:00 PM), and capped off by a Sukkot Folk Concert (6:30 PM), featuring Iris Karlin, Peter Hayes, Elka Oliver, Michael Scowden and Scott Dennis! 

Shabbat shalom,
Rabbi Schwartz

For Livestream Services:
Go to YouTube.com and enter Adas Emuno Streaming in the search box. About 5 minutes before the service is set to begin, find the service that is "live" and wait for the service to begin.

Cantor

Iris Karlin

Religious School Director

Shira Friedman

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