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Monthly Archives: 27 Tammuz 5771 (July 29, 2011)
Sisterhood will be accepting New Years Greetings through August 5. The New Years Greetings Book is the best way to send your New Year’s wishes to your TBA community and to remember loved ones who are no longer with us. Please do not miss out on participating in this special community tradition.
As part of Julie Sireuil’s Bat Mitzvah project, please help her collect school supplies for over 600 needy students in the Beverly community. There will be a basket in the lobby where you can place your donations. Thank you in advance for your contributions. Bootstraps is collecting the following items to distribute in late August: Backpacks Folders Packs of Erasers Pencil Cases Packs of Pens Crayons Pencil Sharpeners Rulers Safety Scissors Packs of Pencils Binders Loose-leaf Paper Spiral Notebooks Colored Pencils Highlighters Assignment Pads Composition Books Protractors 3 x 5 Index Cards
Dear members of the TBA community, Chuck, Leo and I want to thank you for such a warm welcome at services on Friday evening. It was nice to see familiar faces and to meet many new people. Shabbat is a celebration of creation and an opportunity to contemplate the beauty of the world in which we live. On Friday evening we sang and recited liturgy about the wonders of nature as we looked out across the water and watched the sun set. At certain points, children rose to lead and to sing. Marcy and Linda led a wonderful service. It was a true celebration of Shabbat, nature, and community. We felt right at home. We are still in Hamden, CT through August. We look forward to moving up there soon, and to fully joining the community. Please note that my new email address is email@example.com. L’Shalom, Rabbi Alison Adler
It is with great pleasure that I report that at the congregational meeting held on Sunday July 24, 2011, the contract for Rabbi Alison Adler’s employment as TBA’s Rabbi was overwhelmingly approved. While her official start date is September 1, she has already been to TBA for last week’s Shabbat by the Sea service and will continue to come for meetings and other events as the summer concludes and as her schedule allows. We are delighted that Rabbi Adler and her family will be joining our temple family.
The congregation is cordially invited to share in the simcha as Julie Sireuil, daughter of Elissa and Alain Sireuil, is called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on Saturday, July 30, at 9 a.m. Kiddush to follow services
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: Gertrud Kirschner, Roslyn Tanzer, Louise Helman, Elizabeth Krecille Toll, Vivian Allen, Fay Solberg, Max Toll, Roberta Gale Ackerman, Jacob M. Rosenbloom, Charles Cutler, Marion Fireman, Sarah Kladky.
This past Shabbat we recognized the Yahrzeit’s of: Henrietta Cohn, Abraham Lederman, Rose Flashner, Evelyn Hankin, Phil Isenberg, Haskell Bloomberg, Mollie Epstein, Solomon Freedland, Lillian Gorfinkle, Dorothy Hertzoff, Isadore Ginsberg, Natalie Glassman, Blanche Altshuler, Arden Spencer Gelin, Louis Jarnes, Solomon Lieberman, Louis Axelrod, C Glovsky.