Yom Ha'atzmaut - Friday, May 10th at 6pm
Join us for the last forum of 2019.
Saturday, May 11th
Services at 10am; forum to follow immediately afterwards
Happy Mother's Day to moms everywhere!
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Friday, May 10th at 6pm
Join us for a joyous Erev Shabbat service celebrating Yom Ha’atzmaut with our Kehillath Shalom friends, families, and our wonderful students.
Delicious Israeli dinner!
Israeli singing & dancing!
Hebrew School Presentation
Adults $10 a person, children under 12 no charge
RSVP to marvndalia_AT_aol.com to enable us to plan well for our yummy dinner!
OR Text (631)327-9627 ASAP
From Yom HaShoah V'HaGuvurah 5779
Welcome to May! Here's what's coming up this weekend at Kehillath Shalom Synagogue!
On Tuesday there is a Board Meeting, discussing the 2019-2020 Budget -7:30om
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I was so pleased to find these little mini daffodils sprouting on Tuesday, the night of the Boeard meeting. The original is even more stunning, with just a hint of KSS in the background. You can see it over on Instagram. If you've got an account, follow this link and Follow KS_Synagogue on Insta!
Meanwhile, beginning tonight, we've got a great weekend full of events!
Please note: This event is at St. Hugh of Lincoln; please use the Route 110 entrance (as opposed to where we typically enter for High Holidays) See you at 7pm!
This Saturday we have Torah Study at 10am, followed by Services.
Sunday is a big day, too. We have our joint session of Bagels and Books and the Israel Committee in discussing Yitzhak Rabin as written about in the book The Prime Ministers. At KSS at 10am.
And while the committees are meeting at KSS, Dalia has opened her home to the Hebrew School families for their annual Passover Seder. Will Elijah show?
(And will he be wearing that impressive beard???)
The gala is finally here!
YES, there are Saturday morning services! Join us for Torah Study at 10am with services to follow.
And yes, Hebrew School parents...there IS Hebrew School on Sunday morning! (#SorryNotSorry)
Rabbi Lina is graciously opening her home to us on Friday night. We'll learn some new songs and practice a few we know, but not well enough to sing in a round. ;-) An RSVP is required to safeguard her address: firstname.lastname@example.org but if you miss out and really want to come - you can text Deb @(631)935-2777
We meet at Target Rock at 10am on Saturday, March 30th for a meditation and then a silent walk. With songs and quiet talk by the beach.
This Brunch and Learn: Anti-Israel Bias in the Media... How to Recognize and Refute It is atthe HJC. Tickets are available at the door, but purchasing online is appreciated. See the link below.
While Hebrew School is going on, join us for Rosh Chodesh Nisan where we will explore courage! Hebrew School is at 9am and Rosh Chodesh starts at 9:30am
Rabbi's Lunch and Learn is coming up and we'd better get reading! The Thirteen Petalled Rose by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz is a wonderful but THICK book; chapter one is what we'll be discussing on Thursday, April 4th. RSVP to Rabbi@KehillathShalomSynagogue.org so she'll know you're coming and you'll know where everyone is meeting!
Got your tickets yet?? Please, you're making the committee crazy. Buy 'em already.
Click the image below for details.
Who Is Like You? Salvation and Liberation in the Passover and Easter Traditions
Join the spiritual leaders of St. Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church and Kehillath Shalom Synagogue to explore the meanings and messages of this sacred season.
Thursday, April 11 at 7 pm
This event is being held at:
St. Hugh of Lincoln Parish Center
1450 New York Avenue
Huntington Station, New York, 11746
For more information:
Fr. Bob Smith - email@example.com, www.sthugh.org
Rabbi Lina Zerbarini - 631-367-4589, firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrate with Us!
$10/pp, children under 12 FREE!
Join us - and enjoy my ukulele debut!
I know we're always saying it's a busy weekend at Kehillath Shalom Synagogue, but this weekend may outdo them all. Also, take a peek at the end of the post - there's a brunch and learn at HJC that needs an RSVP.
Join us this Friday for our celebration of Women's History Month
Join Abby Pariser, member of The Jane Collective, & Julia Fenster, President of the National Organization of Women, Nassau County, to discuss their experiences in the Women's Movement from the beginning of Second Wave Feminism to the present.
Friday, 3.15: Service at 7:30, Forum at 8:15
This Shabbat is Shabbat Zachor, the Shabbat of Remembrance.
We are to remember what Amalek did to us on the journey to the Promised Land, how he "cut down the stragglers in the rear." This is read on the Shabbat before Purim because Amalek is an ancestor of Haman.
Interestingly, the Torah commands: "you shall blot out the memory of Amalek from under heaven. Do not forget!"
These seem like opposite goals. What does this mean? We should recognize that there is anti-semitism in the world and be prepared to stand against it, and we should live as though there is no anti-semitism: we should live joyfully and openly and bravely. Shabbat shalom.
Drop your child at Hebrew School and drop into Rabbi Lina's Jewish Spiritual Parenting class! 9am
Join Dalia at 11am to celebrate Purin with the Happenings class!
TICKET HOLDERS - showtime is 2pm!
Please note: This event is at the HJC and requires an RSVP here