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Monthly Archives: 22 Adar B 5771 (March 28, 2011)
Tuesday March 29 at 7:00 pm there will be a congregational meeting to present the 2012 fiscal year budget and to consider a bylaw amendment to change the March congregational meeting to May in the future. All congregants are invited and urged to come.
Acknowledging the Yahrzeit, the Hebrew anniversary of a person’s death is a widely held observance in Judaism and at Temple B’nai Abraham.
This Shabbat we will recognize the Yahrzeit’s of: Ida Alice Miller, Melvin Pinanski, Eric Solberg, Ida Bernson, Sol Migdole, Morris Abramowitz, Charles Kaufman, Carl Kirschner, Sara Share, Maurice Brusket, David Gordon, Barney Resnick, Mollie F. Rosenblatt, Eva Freedman, Ruth Morris.
This past Shabbat we recognized the Yahrzeit’s of: Samuel Berman, Sabra Yoffa, Murray Freedman, Simon Gorfinkle, Alice Silverstein Sokol, Gladys Wallins.
Roman is still collecting items for the soldiers. Please leave your donation in the orange basket in the temple lobby. Thank you for participating in this special mitzvah! Published in the Jewish Journal December 23, 2010 Amy Sessler Powell Jewish Journal Staff Mon, December 20, 2010 Roman Carnevale, 12, of Beverly, collects items for soldiers at Temple B’nai Abraham. BEVERLY — Roman Carnevale has always had a fascination with soldiers. “The first time I was in an airport, my parents told me to thank a soldier for serving our country. Now I am always talking to them and thanking them when I see them,” Carnevale said. When the youth needed to choose a mitzvah project for his bar mitzvah in April, it made sense to focus on soldiers. Fortunately, his mother, Susan, knew Mark Medina, a probation officer in Lynn District Court who was already collecting items for the soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq. Carnevale interviewed Medina so he could understand what the soldiers needed and how things get to them, and then he offered to help with the collections. He also wrote letters to accompany the shipments. Right now, the soldiers need beef jerky, coffee and powdered drinks, toiletries, … Continue reading
Temple B’nai Abraham is opening a new Early Childhood Center in collaboration with the Jewish Community Center in Marblehead, offering enriching programs like Yoga, Cooking, Art, Music, Sports and Shabbat Celebrations. We welcome children ages 15 months to five years.
This weekend (Friday, March 25th through Sunday, March 27th) we are pleased to invite you to meet and socialize with visiting Rabbi Ben-Zion Lanxner. Rabbi Lanxner will be visiting from out of town and will be davening with us on Friday night March 25th. A Kiddush will follow services. The Rabbi will also be with us for Saturday morning services where he will be reading Torah, offering a d’var Torah, and also leading the service. This service will be followed by a light luncheon. On Sunday the Rabbi will lead our Sunday morning minyan. Everyone is encouraged to attend one or more of these services to have an opportunity to meet Rabbi Lanxner. After you attend services and have an opportunity to speak with him we hope you will let us know some of your thoughts by sending an email to email@example.com A little about Rabbi Lanxner… Rabbi Lanxner was born in Tel-Aviv, Israel and later raised in Brussels, Belgium where at a very young age he began training in the Eastern European Traditional Cantorial School and after attending the Rambam Talmudic School and the Wilrijch Yeshiva in Antwerp, Belgium. Rabbi Lanxner obtained Rabbinical Ordination (Smicha) from The Rabbinic Centre & Beth … Continue reading