Friday Evenings

1st Fridays
Musical Kabbalat Shabbat Service — 7:30 pm

3rd Fridays
Celebratory Musical Kabbalat Shabbat — 7:30 pm

4th Fridays
Tot Shabbat – 6pm
Contemplative Shabbat — 7:30 pm

5th Fridays
5th Wheel Minyan (lay led) — 7:30 pm

Saturday Mornings

2nd Saturdays
Shabbat Morning Service — 10:30 am
Tot Shabbat (ages 0-5) –  10:30 am
Metivta Shabbat (ages 5-12) –  10:30 am

3rd Saturdays
Contemplative morning service — 10:30 am

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Maggid's Musings

Jun 2019
We're gonna tell it again…

Shalom Chaverim— A few weeks ago Julie and I were blessed to be celebrating our daughter’s graduation from college. It was the first time in a few years that we were able to be together with all three of our kids and a good time was had by all.  Given the once-in-a-lifetime nature of the trip, we decided to take a hop, skip and a jump to NYC to continue the festivities by seeing a Broadway show together. We saw Hadestown, a brilliant and relevant spin on the myths of Hades, Persephone, Orpheus, and Eurydice.  No spoilers, but it is a tragedy. The last song in the show captures one of the great tenets that undergird the maggidic tradition: It’s an old song It’s an old tale from way back when It’s an old song And we’re gonna sing it again and again… It’s a sad song It’s a sad tale, it’s a tragedy It’s a sad song But we sing it anyway… Cause, here’s the thing: To know how it ends And still begin to sing it again As if it might turn out this time I learned that from a friend of mine… With a love song......

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