Wednesday, October 11 at 6:45 am
Hoshanah Rabbah is the 7th day of Sukkot, on which 7 circuits are made around the synagogue reciting a prayer with the refrain, “Hosha na!” (“please save us!”). Traditional beating of the willows at morning minyan, followed by a festive breakfast. Questions? Contact Ron Rudolph in the shul office.
“Dancing with the Torah Live!”
Special Simchat Torah episode
Thursday night, October 12 at 5:30 pm
Hakafot, followed by Maariv and a FREE dairy Yom Tov dinner.
Tuesday, October 10 from 5:15 – 6:45 pm
Sponsored by the Agudas Achim Brotherhood.
Rain or shine! FREE!
Even though it’s free, RSVPs are required to Naomi at email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 614-237-2747 x17 no later than Oct. 3rd!
Saturday, October 7 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Alyssa Russell from PJ Library will be joining us!
Good Friends * Good Food * Good Times
Asher & Angela Abenaim (Edin & Sivan)
Josh Feinberg & Stefanie Zelkind (Ari)
Rabbi Mitch Levine & Ari Goldberg (AA Sukkah)
Contact Naomi at email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 614-237-2747 x17 to get a map with addresses.
Friday, October 2 – Dinner at 5:30 pm; Services to follow.
$10/adult; $5/child (10 & under); Family cap/$25
RSVP by September 25 to email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 614-237-2747.
After 9/25, all costs increase by $5, no exceptions!
Boys Night Out 2017
Wednesday, October 25 at 6 pm.
Dinner tickets are $100
Raffle tickets are $100
For sponsorship information, call Bobbie Shkolnik at 614-237-2747, ext.22 or email email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) .
Purchase Boys Night Out Dinner Tickets here:
Saturday night, September 16
8:45 pm – Film – “After All You are Just a Guest”
Every Jewish New Year, ultra-orthodox Jews from Israel converge on Uman, a small Ukrainian village, to pay tribute to the gravesite of their spiritual leader, Rabbi Nachman of Breslav. Recently, many young Israelis have been drawn to an intense ultra-religious way of life. “After All you are Just a Guest” is about those who have chosen the path to, what they consider to be a deeper, more meaningful and more colorful way of life. Producer and Director Ron Ofer is perhaps the last of his friends who didn’t make this religious leap. Nonetheless, he accompanies his childhood friends on their pious journey from Jerusalem to Uman to visit the sacred grave. The film examines from within one of the most important phenomena of our times; the search for spirituality and one’s “roots”, while it questions what is “authentic” in a world where spirituality has become a commodity.
10:00 pm – Selichot Service
Enter into the spirit of the High Holidays with the moving Selichot service conducted in the still of the night by Yehudit Kanfer.
Join in their lively book discussions.
They will be discussing We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter on 7/31, 1 pm at Agudas Achim.
For more information about the Book Club, call Helena Schlam at 614-267-9516
or email email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org)