Shabbat Shalom Temple Sinai Family!
Wishing you all a Good Shabbas.
Join Rabbi Perice tonight for services to relax, unwind and welcome the Sabbath.
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Join in for a Spark of Torah, Saturday, August 28 10:30 – 11:30 AM led by Rabbi Perice
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Getting Ready for the High Holidays…
Jointly with Congregation Beth Tikvah
This Saturday, August 28
at 8:00PM by Zoom
Our society remains in the midst of incredible suffering. On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we read many poems and prayers describing God as Judge, Parent, King, and Ultimate Arbiter of life and death. Which begs the question:
“If God Is Good, Why Do Pain and Suffering Exist?
Siddur for Selichot:
Selichot Article to be Examined: https://www.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/if-god-good-why-do-pain-and-suffering-exist
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The Magic Sweet Shop in Voorhees is offering a special menu especially for Rosh Hashanah
Lots of Cakes and Desserts
Soups & Challahs
Gefilte Fish, Salmon, Kasha & Shells, Sweet Kugel
Contact Stacey Blacker at firstname.lastname@example.org
for full menu.
Orders are due by Tuesday, Aug. 31 at 6pm.
Pick up will be in the Temple Sinai parking lot on Sunday, September 5th at 1:30 pm.
Get a dessert if you are going to someone’s home or freeze it if you’d like to save it to Break the Fast.
Erev Rosh Hashana (Monday, Sept. 6) Service at 7:00 PM
In person and via Zoom
Rosh Hashana Day 1 (Tuesday, Sept. 7)
Rosh Hashana Day 2 (Wednesday, Sept. 8)
Our services will be all virtual (details forthcoming) beginning at 10:30am
Tashlich Service (Wednesday, Sept. 8)
4:00 pm – live and in person at Fountain Farms Park (Willow Drive in Cinnaminson only blocks from Temple Sinai). Tashlich is a ceremony observed near a body of water on Rosh Hashanah. Crumbs of bread, symbolizing one’s sins, are cast into the water and carried away, just as we hope that our sins and transgressions will be forgiven. This is a very short Ceremony and is great for families. Bring Your Mask and Bread
Kol Nidre (Wednesday, September 15) In-person and via Zoom, beginning at 7pm
Yom Kippur (Thursday, September 16) In-person and via Zoom.
RSVP by Thursday, September 2nd.
Please provide the following information:
Proof of vaccination is required.
HIGH HOLIDAY BAG: We have prepared a High Holiday Bag for your use during the High Holidays. It includes a Prayer Book that we’re lending you for your use, the Yizkor Book, a “Sweet Treat for a Sweet New Year”, a set of flyers of upcoming programs, your Pledge Card and more. The bag will be available for your pickup next week, Monday – Wednesday from 9am – noon. If you are not able to pick it up, please contact Rose Rose for other arrangements.
Meet new members,
Vivian and Rich Lewis.
How fortunate for us that we have new members who are eager to be active and involved in Temple Sinai!
Rich and Vivian both enjoy the outdoors – especially kayaking and hiking. They already joined Temple Sinai on the last outdoor walk. Rich is very familiar with areas around the Pinelands and is the author of a recently published photography book, available on Amazon! Vivian is a member of the Pomegranate Guild and is a creative and capable quilter and does a variety of stitchery. Both Vivian and Rich have been attending Friday night services weekly and Rich says we can use his comment about why they joined Temple Sinai. “Meeting Rabbi Perice was “love at first sight.” They love the friendliness, the Shabbas Joke of the Week, the singers, and those kids who come on and sing every week!
Mazel Tov to the David and Marilyn Staiman as their daughter, Andrea, married Dan on the 19th of August in Cape May.
Mazel Tov to Shelly and Dennis Hassis who are first time Grandparents. Romy Manon Hassis was born to Annie and David Hassis on August 12.
Charlotte Stein enjoying a visit with her good friend, Ed, and sending her good wishes to her Temple Sinai family.