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The Bulletin

Union Temple of Brooklyn
Affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism

MARCH 2010 ADAR — NISAN 5770 Vol. 161, No 7

Join Us at
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
FOR MARCH
Union Temple
SHABBAT KI TISSA
Shabbat Across America
5 Friday Evening
in March Family Shabbat
6:00 PM - Snacks
6:30 PM- Kabbalat Shabbat
with guest artist Ned Rothenberg,

Shabbat Across
followed by a catered Kosher Shabbat dinner

6 Saturday Morning 10:30 AM

America on Torah: Exodus 30:11-34:35 Haftarah: Ezekiel 36:22-36

SHABBAT HACHODESH / VAYAKHEL-PEKUDEI
March 5 12 Friday Evening 6:30 PM
Kabbalat Shabbat
See details on page 8
13 Saturday Morning 10:30 AM
Brotherhood Shabbat Service

Almost Home
Luncheon to follow
Torah: Exodus 35:1-40:38 Haftarah: Ezekiel 45:16-25

Film Screening 19
SHABBAT VAYIKRA
Friday Evening 6:30 PM
and Discussion Kabbalat Shabbat
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Class will participate

on March 14 20 Saturday Morning
11:15 AM - Tot Shabbat
10:30 AM

See details on page 3 Torah: Leviticus 1:1-5:26 Haftarah: Isaiah 43:21-44:23

SHABBAT HAGADOL / TZAV

A Taste of 26 Friday Evening
7:00 PM - Informal Dinner

Passover on
8:00 PM - Shabbat Evening Service and Oneg discussion
led by Musical Director Dr. Jonathan B. Hall

March 21 27 Saturday Morning
Torah: Leviticus 6:1-8:36
10:30 AM
Haftarah: Malachi 3:4-24
See details on page 3
Rabbi’s Message

The Passover Appeal
This is our story. . . . The central rubric of our Haggadah, the text of our Passover Se-
der, is the Maggid, the narration. This is where we tell the collective story of our peo-
ple’s sacred history. We tell it each year, to each generation, as we are commanded to
do. The Maggid opens with the overarching theme of Passover: “From bondage to
freedom; from degradation to glory; once we were slaves, now we are free.” At its
core, the Passover Seder is an expression of our messianic vision as Jews: our belief in a
time when justice and compassion will rule the earth; when our environment will be safe
and friendly, to support the earth and all its inhabitants; a time when all of us will be
able to dwell upon the earth in peace and security. The cup of Elijah symbolizes that
hope most emphatically, as we open the door symbolically to usher in this age for which we pray, and for
which we work, as individuals, and as a people.

The fundamental teaching. . . . We Jews have known poverty, degradation, ostracism, dislocation, oppres-
sion, and fear. The story of Passover, above all, is meant to teach us to reach beyond ourselves to those who
need our help - at Passover, and throughout the year.

Tzedakah: Justice. . . . Our people have thoroughly embraced this teaching of Passover, in our thoughts, and
in our deeds. One of the most identifiable social markers of Jewish life is our commitment to Tzedakah: the
performance of charity out of our belief that it is our sacred obligation as Jews. The commandment of our To-
rah: Tzedek, tzedek tirdof: “Justice, justice you shall pursue,” guides us in our commitment to providing for
those in need on an ongoing basis.

Annual Passover Appeal. . . . As I do each year in this spirit of tzedakah, justice, once again I invite you to
join me in performing this great mitzvah by contributing to the Annual Passover Appeal, conducted each year
by the Federation’s Joint Passover Association and the New York Board of Rabbis. This annual appeal is a
modern adaptation of the centuries-old tzedakah practice of Ma’ot Chittin. This was a fund collected by each
community to help those in need to buy wheat for matzah and other Passover supplies. The rules of the fund
were simple: all those who did not need to take from it had to give to it. Our own Passover Appeal is used for
precisely this same purpose: to buy Passover food for the tens of thousands of our Jewish sisters and brothers
right here in the New York area, who are alone and in need. The chaplains of the New York Board of Rabbis
work tirelessly throughout the year to help those in need, and particularly at Passover by distributing Pesach
Packages to our fellow Jews: in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, mental health and developmental fa-
cilities, and shut-ins.

Our profound gratitude. . . .Each year I am overwhelmed by the generosity of our congregational family at
Union Temple in donating to this Passover Appeal, and I join in performing this sacred obligation with you.
Please send your checks to the temple, made out to “Union Temple.” In the note on the bottom please
write “Passover Appeal.” We will then draw up collective checks and forward them to the designated of-
fices. On behalf of the Federation and my colleagues at the New York Board of Rabbis, I offer my deepest
gratitude and respect for your kindness in participating in this appeal. This is what Jewish community is all
about.

As always, all the Goodmans wish you and yours a very sweet and joyful Passover season.
A Ziessen Pesach.
Rabbi Linda Henry Goodman

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Officer’s Column

Read Before Burning (or Being Burned!)
Hard-pressed for a topic to write about for this column • Be aware that oven cleaners (such as Easy-Off) cause
this month, I did what any resourceful, modern woman severe burns. Be extremely cautious when using these
would do: I searched the Web. products. Now I was sure I was a terrible housekeeper.
I had a vague idea of writing about Passover. I • Preparing the Seder in the kitchen: A "NO ZONE"
Googled “pesach.” When is Passover 2010? popped around both the stove and the bleach should be cre-
up. It’s countdown to chametz-free eating. Hospitals ated and children forbidden to enter these areas. Well,
report an increasing number of scalds and burns in I am careful about the stove. However, I’m not sure
the days before Pesach. Glatt Kosher Cruises and about the bleach.
Passover Hotels. • Burning Chametz: If possible set up a buddy system
Wait a minute. What’s this? Scalds and burns? I had to where an older child is placed with a younger child.
check it out. Of course! Who’s better than an older brother to teach
Sure enough, the New York Board of Rabbis supplies your innocent toddler how to really burn stuff the right
us with an official list of Passover Safety Tips. Here, way? Why didn’t I ever think of that?
among other things, the Board warns us: • Also under Burning Chametz: Never use any type of
accelerant to increase the flame. See older brother ref-
• Never allow children near boiling water when cleaning
for Pesach. I didn’t have a clue. What wasn’t I cleaning erence above.
that required thorough dousing with steaming 212<F To all, a zissen Pesach!
liquid? I began to think I was a terrible housekeeper.
-Ellen Kolikoff, Secretary

Brotherhood & Sisterhood of Union Temple invite you to a
Sisterhood of Union Temple
FREE Film Screening & Invites you to share
Director Discussion A TASTE OF PASSOVER
Sunday, March 21 at 10 AM
ALMOST HOME Sing along with
Sunday, March 14 Theodore Bikel's
10 AM to 1 PM
Almost Home takes you into the day-to-day world of a
A TASTE OF
long-term care facility in Wisconsin. Through its honest,
intimate look at the struggles of adult children caring for
PASSOVER DVD
their parents ... underpaid yet dedicated nursing aides ...
and a visionary nursing home director seeking to create a Watch our own expert chefs
place to call home, you’ll be inspired to change the way demonstrate their
you think about aging. Passover specialties
The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with the Sample delectable Passover treats
film’s director/producer Brad Lichtenstein, plus break-out
Get great ideas
discussion groups on care giving.
for your own Seder table
Refreshments will be served. Join us!
Bring your favorite Passover dish, along with its recipe—
UNION TEMPLE OF BROOKLYN or just bring yourself and your Passover memories…
17 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238 718-638-7600
Join us for a festive morning of laughter, love, and
uniontemple@uniontemple.org
reminiscing—and delicious holiday treats!

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Sisterhood

A Taste of Things to Come
After a long, harsh winter, March has arrived, with its our calendar. We'll laugh and learn as we watch a
promise of spring. It's a reminder that just as our cal- witty demonstration of how to make the perfect matzo
endar has its seasons, so do our lives: we have our ball on Theodore Bikel's delightful Taste of Passover
summers, our springs, our autumns, and our winters. DVD. Then we'll observe our own expert chefs dem-
On Sunday, March 14 at 10 AM, Sisterhood and onstrate their Passover specialties. We'll sample delec-
Brotherhood will co-sponsor a timely, stimulating pro- table Passover treats and get great ideas for our own
gram on the winter of our years and the years of our Seder tables. Bring your favorite Passover dish, along
loved ones. We will view the critically acclaimed film with its recipe—or just bring yourself and your Pass-
Almost Home, which explores aging from inside a over memories. You are guaranteed a festive morning
long-term care facility, and from the viewpoints of of laughter, love, and reminiscing—and delicious holi-
children caring for parents, of caregivers at the facil- day treats.
ity, and of those who need that care. Brad Lichten- In April, you are all invited to our Sisterhood Shabbat
stein, the film's director/producer will be with us to and luncheon. Then, in May, Gail and Bob Levine-
discuss the film and answer our questions, and we will Fried will present their revitalizing workshop, FIND-
have break-out discussion groups on care-giving. You ING THE PEACE WITHIN: Tools to Reduce Stress
won't want to miss this important, inspirational pro- and Deepen Spirituality. Keep watching this space for
gram on a subject that touches all our lives. details.
One week later, on Sunday, March 21, at 10 AM,
Sisterhood wishes everyone a zeisen Pesach.
Sisterhood invites you to A Taste of Passover. Join us
as we prepare for one of the happiest of holidays in -Barbara Brett, Recording Secretary

Brotherhood
Brotherhood Shabbat! Donate to Help Haiti
As in the past, the Reform Jewish commu-
The Brotherhood is excited about the great March events nity has a long history of generosity when
in which we are participating. natural disasters devastate communities
We hope that everyone will join us on Saturday, March around the world. Your generosity at this
13 for the annual Brotherhood Shabbat. Members of the critical time enables us to play a role in re-
Brotherhood will be conducting the Shabbat service in the covery efforts and to bring healing and
morning. Afterwards we hope you will join us for a lunch-
hope to those whose lives have been af-
eon . Always a delicious way to celebrate the Shabbat.
fected. Donations to the Union for Reform
On Sunday, March 14 at 10 AM we will join with Sis- Judaism Haiti Relief Fund can be made
terhood to co-sponsor a film about an innovative pro-
gram at an long term care facility in Wisconsin (see de- online:
tails on page 3.) http://urj.org/socialaction/issues/relief/haiti/,
After a long, cold and snowy winter we are also looking or by check (note: Haiti Relief in the memo
forward to spring and the annual Mitzvah Day on Sun-
day, April 18. Please watch for more details in later
section) to:
Bulletins. Union for Reform Judaism
Finally, Brotherhood wishes everybody a Ziessen
Pesach. May the new year be a sweet and healthy one
Attention: Development
for all. 633 Third Avenue, 7th Floor
-David Rapheal, Secretary New York, NY 10017
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Preschool

And What a Week it Was!
Here is a snapshot of a typical week at Union Temple hangs in the hallway. It is interesting to notice that
Preschool: some of the students stayed with shades of red for the
cardinal while others departed from that vision. Later
The Chickadees were excited to welcome new friends
to the classroom – goldfish! The class has been very they glued feathers on some bemused owls in a group
excited to learn about their new pets. They have been project.
talking about where fish live, how to take care of fish Swallows and Robins! The children are enjoying the
and just enjoying watching them swim! To name the season so much. Winter books are still popular. A re-
fish, the class made a list of name suggestions, and cent favorite is Winter Rabbit. Both classes sorted
after a few days of adding ideas to the list, the class small colorful mittens with designs on them and made
took a vote and chose their favorites – Nemo, Sasha, collages. Other artwork included watercolors, ripped
Rosa and Lily. Also, the class has been reading stories paper collages and mosaics (in the Swallows group).
about fish and working on creating an ocean mural. The Swallows are back to baking muffins for snack
after giving pancakes a try last week.
The Starlings have been working more with paint and
art supplies as there is a new comfort with our class- The Hummingbirds had a lot of fun with our mu-
room materials and with the Starlings' own increasing seum educator, Mark. He came to our classroom last
skills. There is also more interest in stories and in Thursday and introduced the concept of patterns to the
sharing books together: adventures such as The Snail children. They worked on a special art project print-
and the Whale, The Gruffalo and Caps for Sale, which ing with patterns. It was amazing to see how quickly
are silly or have ironic twists, are popular with this the children caught on to the ideas of patterns. This
group, indicating that the class is able to grasp the concept was reinforced when we visited the Brooklyn
funny or the sly in a story. The Starlings also remain Museum on Friday. We looked at patterns in art
interested in books about feelings, especially those works and then the children created their own pattern
that highlight conflicting emotions such as anger, frus- books. The children are looking at their clothes each
tration and not being sure they want to share. These day and picking out the patterns that they are wearing.
stories, such as I Can Share and Lizzy's Do's and We are discussing patterns in textiles, numbers and
Don'ts, give our youngest students a great deal to con- body movements. Having the children use their bod-
sider about themselves – they are beginning to notice ies to make patterns is a very concrete way for them to
their own behaviors. In an exciting addition to the learn about the topic.
morning routine, the Starlings have welcomed Helpers
-Susan Sporer, Director
from the Hummingbirds (4's) room. Two "big kids"
come in for 20 minutes and model thoughtful, careful Lunch and Learn
play and clean-up with the 2's – a wonderful opportu-
Wednesday, March 24 from 11:30 - 12:30 PM
nity for all.
Join in a book discussion of Milton
The Sparrows have returned to their ongoing discus- Steinberg's classic As a Driven Leaf. Reading
sion of birds. They have read several stories together
the book in advance is recommended but not
in which the class noticed birds in winter: a lone red
required. Our discussion of the book will focus
cardinal on a bare tree in Birds, owls in The Mitten
on the historical roots of the Passover Seder.
and in Only The Cat Saw and a seagull in The Snail
and the Whale. The children painted cardinals with Bring a bag lunch.
watercolors and added them to a winter mural that Desserts and beverages will be provided.

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Religious School

Mark Your Calendars What will the next Union
(All of Them!) Temple logo look like?
It is hard to believe that Purim is over and spring is
Announcing the UT
around the corner. We will be celebrating the first Logo Competition 2010
Seder on March 29, the 15 of Nissan, this year.
Although the Hebrew dates are always the same, The challenge:
the 14 of Adar for Purim, the 15 of Nissan for Union Temple is ready for a new look! We want our
Passover, the dates move around a bit on our civil new logo to be contemporary, have a Jewish iden-
calendar. We can be preparing our Seder in March, tity, and convey a sense of friendliness and perhaps
like this year, or later in April during a leap year, a Brooklyn touch.
like next year, when the Seder will be celebrated The parameters:
on April 19. Leap years in the Jewish calendar are The logo should be one color or two, but easily con-
based on a nineteen-year cycle. The lunar and solar vertible into all black. It should be flexible enough to be
calendars are resynchronized by the addition of an used for stationery and envelopes, print ads, on our
extra month (Adar I) in the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 11th, 14th, web site, and emails. Translation: you should still be
17th and 19th year of the cycle. Next year 5771 is able to read it if it’s reduced to 1-1/2”.
the 14th year of the leap year cycle and will contain Please present the logo by itself with just the words
an extra month of Adar. Purim will be celebrated Union Temple of Brooklyn. Also, show what it would
in Adar II, the regular Adar. These adjustments of look like with our full name and address and contact
the calendar are necessary to keep our Jewish holi- information:
days in sync with both the sun and the moon. In
contrast our civil calendar is coordinated with the Union Temple of Brooklyn
movements of the sun and the Hijri, or Islamic cal- 17 Eastern Parkway
endar, is a completely lunar calendar and holidays Brooklyn, NY 11238
move throughout the calendar from year to year 718-638-7600
without correlation to the seasons. uniontemple@uniontemple.org
With all this talk of calendars, I’ll give you some www.uniontemple.org
dates to add to your personal calendars. This Fri- The how, what, and where:
day night, March 5, is Shabbat Across America Present your entries in PDF format. Submit as many
and March 21 we will be anticipating Passover in entries as you wish. Good luck!
the Religious School with a special Passover pro-
gram at 11AM. Deadline for Entries: April 15, 2010
Submit entries to: logo@creativsolut.com
-Ann Landowne, Principal

Rescheduled from February's Snow Day
Friday, March 26 - Fourth Friday Late Shabbat
7:00 PM: Dinner ($10pp - Please call the office.)
8:00 PM: Shabbat Evening Service. Oneg Discussion to follow, with Dr. Jonathan Hall on his new
book: Calvin Hampton: A Musician for Our Time. Calvin Hampton was the Organist/Choirmaster at Cal-
vary Episcopal Church in Gramercy Park from 1963 to 1983. His “Fridays at Midnight” organ recital series
was one of the most popular in American history. We hope you will join Jonathan as he discusses with us
his work about this very important American musician/composer. Mazal Tov Jonathan!
~ Many thanks to Henry & Susanne Singer and Marvin and Purlaine Lieberman for sponsoring the Oneg
in Jonathan's honor. ~

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Union Temple Presents

SHABBAT
ACROSS AMERICA
Friday, March 5, 2010
6:30 p.m.
Jews across the country will celebrate Shabbat together on this very
special day. Join us for an inspiring service, delicious Kosher dinner,
and music.
Kabbalat Shabbat Service
***
Dinner & Dessert
***
Guest Musical Artist
NED ROTHENBERG
Reserve by February 19, 2010
By mail: Union Temple, 17 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238
By phone: 718-638-7600 By email: uniontemple@uniontemple.org
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SHABBAT ACROSS AMERICA March 5, 2010 RESERVATION FORM
Please make check payable to Union Temple of Brooklyn

Name(s)__________________________________________________________

Address__________________________________________________________

Telephone Number _________________ Email:__________________________

No. of Adults @ $25 each _____ No. of Children ages 5-12 @ $10 each _____

No. of Children under 5 - FREE _________

Special Diet: [ ] Vegetarian [ ] Gluten-Free [ ] Other: _________________

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Tzedakah
UNION TEMPLE MEMORIAL FUND
Donated by ............................................................................................. In memory of
Judith R. and Stuart I. Parker..................................................................................... Gertrude Rosen
Doris Klueger ............................................................................................................ Leon Klueger
Nancy M. Greenberg ................................................................................................. Stella Bloom

RABBI’S DISCRETIONARY FUND
Donated by
Anna M. Budd and George Hausman........................................................................ in appreciation

SISTERHOOD MEMORIAL FUND
Donated by ............................................................................................. In memory of
Hy and Barbara Brett ................................................................................................. Pauline Brett

We express our deepest sympathy to
CHERYL PARADIS and
GENE McCULLOUGH
on the death of Cheryl's mother
RUTH PARADIS
on January 19.
Our condolences go as well to Cheryl
and Gene's daughters Claire and Rachel
and to Cheryl's brothers Norman and Larry
and their families.

May her memory be for a blessing

Mazal Tov to
GORDON ROSCHKO
on the marriage of his daughter
JESSICA
to
REGINALD LEROUGE
on January 7th
and to
HENRY EHRLICH
on the marriage of his son
MICHAEL
to
JACQUELINE ROSENTHAL
on February 28.

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Memorial Plaques
The Bulletin
MARCH
Charles Diener ........................................................ March 1, 1983 Union Temple of Brooklyn
Lucille C. May ........................................................ March 1, 1986 17 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn NY 11238
Joseph J. Baker ....................................................... March 2, 1938 (718) 638-7600
Sophie Newman...................................................... March 2, 1940 Fax (718) 783-9151
Rosa R. Keit............................................................ March 2, 1944 E-mail uniontemple@uniontemple.org
Bert Nachman ......................................................... March 4, 1955 Website Uniontemple.org
Priscilla R. Sherer ................................................... March 4, 1975 Dr. Linda Henry Goodman
Saul Solow .............................................................. March 4, 1998 Rabbi
Helen Stein Caplin .................................................. March 5, 1913 Maria Dubinsky
Helen M. Baum ...................................................... March 9, 1923 Student Cantor
Isaac Rutenberg .................................................... March 10, 1929
Bessie Kasdan ....................................................... March 11, 1948 Dr. Jonathan B. Hall
Music Director
Ray Latz Frisch..................................................... March 14, 1918
Sali Fried .............................................................. March 14, 1946 Dr. Ann Landowne
Morris Smallberg .................................................. March 14, 1954 School of Religion Principal
Florence Liebman ................................................. March 14, 1982 Susan Sporer
Bertha Levy .......................................................... March 15, 1920 Preschool Director
Morris Salzman .................................................... March 15, 1930
Doris Klueger
Leon Meyer .......................................................... March 15, 1935 President
Minna Feldenkris .................................................. March 15, 2004
Milton Rosenberg ................................................. March 16, 1943 Henry Singer
Gustave L. Stern ................................................... March 18, 1969 Jeffrey Stein
Vice Presidents
Samuel A. Fogel ................................................... March 18, 1970
Regina David ........................................................ March 19, 1965 Ellen Kolikoff
Helen Boley .......................................................... March 20, 1951 Secretary
Louis Fishman ...................................................... March 20, 1935 Beatrice Hanks
Dr. Arnold Messing .............................................. March 20, 1958 Treasurer
Dr. Charles M. Pollack ......................................... March 21, 1941
Dr. Louis Beacon .................................................. March 22, 1982 Mike Baron
Hortense R. Hurwitz
Leah Davidson ...................................................... March 23, 1951 Honorary Presidents
Blanche Baar Stern ............................................... March 24, 1963
Arnold Leopold .................................................... March 25, 1947 Eleanor Forman
Adolph Mayer ....................................................... March 25, 1947 Honorary Trustee
Hilda Feldman ...................................................... March 25, 2000 David Rapheal
Harry Smallberg ................................................... March 25, 2005 Bulletin Editor
Lewis A. Feldenkris.............................................. March 26, 1974 John Golomb
Rose Kaufman ...................................................... March 26, 1977 Temple Administrator
Jennie Felner......................................................... March 28, 1947
Mary Glassheim.................................................... March 28, 1958 Martin Kasdan
Funeral Director
Carrie R. Hamburger ............................................ March 28, 1963 (800) 522-0588
David S. Heit ........................................................ March 29, 1935
Ricka Bender ........................................................ March 29, 1945
Hyman B. Rosenson ............................................. March 30, 1921 Union Temple suggests that its members
Emanuel S. Brandt ................................................ March 30, 1988 contact our Funeral Director
Max Meyer ........................................................... March 31, 1956 Martin D. Kasdan of
Boulevard-Riverside Chapels
A memorial plaque is a lasting tribute to a loved one. 1895 Flatbush Avenue
If you wish more information regarding Brooklyn, NY
obtaining a plaque in memory of a loved one 1-800-522-0588
please e-mail the temple at Proudly maintaining more
uniontemple@uniontemple.org than 50 years of Temple involvement
or leave a message with the temple office.

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March 2010 ~ Adar-Nisan 5770
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2 3 4 5 6
Preschool Purim 9:00 AM
Celebration 4:30 PM Shabbat Study
Religious School Shabbat Across Hevre
6:00 PM America 10:30 AM
Adult Ed Meeting 6:30 PM Morning Service
6:30 PM Service, with
6:00 PM 6:00-8:00 PM Adult Choir Ned Rothenberg
Officers Brooklyn Jewish Catered Dinner
to follow

7 8 9 10 11 12 13
9:30 AM 4:30 PM
Religious School Religious School
9:00 AM
6:30 PM
Shabbat Study
Adult Choir
Hevre
7:30 PM
6:30 PM 10:30 AM
Israel’s Moral
6:00 PM Kabbalat Morning Service
Dilemmas
Board of Trustees Shabbat Brotherhood
Jeremy Maissel,
Shabbat
IsraelSeminars

14 15 16 17 18 19 20
9:30 AM Rosh Chodesh Nisan 4:30 PM 9:00 AM
Religious School Religious School Shabbat Study
10:00 AM 6:30 PM Hevre
Brotherhood/ Adult Choir 6:30 PM 10:30 AM
Sisterhood 6:00 PM 7:30 PM Kabbalat Morning Service
Program: Religious School Israel’s Moral Shabbat 11:15 AM
“Almost Home” Committee Dilemmas Bar/Bat Mitzvah Tot Shabbat
Aging and Long- Mitchell Plitnick, Class Dinner to
Term Care B’Tselem follow

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 9:00 AM
9:30 AM Chametz Shabbat Study
—-Preschool Passover Luncheons with the Rabbi——
Religious School Collection; Hevre
Passover Program 11:30 AM 7:00 PM 10:30 AM
10:30 AM Lunch ‘n Learn: Shabbat Dinner Morning Service
Sisterhood: As A Driven Leaf 8:00 PM Shabbat Hagadol
“A Taste of 4:30 PM Shabbat Service
Passover” Religious School Oneg Discussion
6:30 PM with Dr.
Adult Choir Jonathan Hall

28 29 30 31
No 10:30 AM
Religious School Festival Morning
Service

No Religious
School or Adult
FIRST SEDER
Choir
NIGHT

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