Morning Gathering: Tuesday - Friday at 8 am
Tuesdays and Thursdays are more prayerful;
Wednesdays and Fridays are more meditative.
Establish a strong, centered, calm foundation for the day.
This week, a powerful and devastating story of friendship. Texts here.
Coffee Talk: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2
Gather to Check In, Socialize, See Your Friends.
No Agenda, Just Chat
Saturday at 10&11:15 am
Come for Torah Study, Service or Both!
Learn, study, share, pray. - and sing!
Torah School Program!
Sunday, July 19 at 6 pm
Keeping Up with the Steins, in which a 13-year-old boy uses his upcoming bar mitzvah to reconcile the strained relationship between his father and grandfather.
We'll all watch together (in our own homes, on our own devices) and then join together on zoom at 7:40 to discuss.
Available on PrimeVideo, Hulu, Vudu, iTunes, and will be screening on CineMAX this weekend.
Wednesday, July 22@7:30 pm
The month of Av recalls both destruction and rising from the ashes.
Sometimes, endings lead to something new and beautiful.
We will explore these in our own lives and - possibly - create art using broken pieces to make something whole.
The Huntington Anti- Bias Task Force is seeking donations large and small to help fund the production costs of lawn signs with the image above that will be distributed to places of worship, schools, parks and private homes. Donations from individuals or organizations are welcome.
The signs are $10 each. Please consider buying one for yourself and one or more to donate for display throughout the town of Huntington.
Checks can be made out to :
‘Huntington Human Services Institute’.
In the memo of the check write: ‘Lawn Signs, HABTF’.
If you would like your donation to include a sign for yourself as well, please let us know that on a note with your check along with your contact information so we can let you know when they are in.
Mail checks to:
Town of Huntington
Human Services Department- room 207
100 Main Street
Huntington, NY 11743.
SUPPLIES FOR SUCCESS
UJA-Federation of New York is working to ensure that children throughout New York are preparing for school with the tools they need to succeed. Last year, we provided backpacks filled with school supplies to more than 6,000 disadvantaged children through our partners and other nonprofits.
With your support, together we can help even more. Every $25 donation can fill a backpack for one child. Funds will go directly to Supplies for Success, a UJA partner, to ensure the backpacks are delivered to the most vulnerable children. A gift of $360 can provide backpacks for an entire class. A gift of $1,800 can sponsor an entire grade!
Every child deserves a shot at success. Help level the playing field.