Friday Evenings

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

3rd Fridays
Tot Shabbat – 6pm
Celebratory Musical Kabbalat Shabbat — 7:30 pm

4th Fridays
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

May 2019
Love Yourself, Love Your Neighbor

Shalom Chaverim— Earlier today I was lying on my massage therapist’s table, involuntarily yelping as my ligament, tendons, and muscles were being pulled, stretched, and torqued by expert hands and feet. At each discovery of yet another stiff and frozen joint, a voice in my head started to nudge: “So, nu, would it kill you to do a few stretches every day? What do you think, you have all the time in the world? Listen, Cookie, you don’t.  Haven’t I been telling you for YEARS that you’re not getting any younger—or more flexible? What they say is true honey: ‘Use it or Lose it’. So, nu? What more do you want I should say? Listen, I love you, okay? I just want you should be able to stay upright and moving for another 20 years. Is that so terrible?” One side of my brain wanted to turn that channel off—even though I knew, uh….know, that it is all true.  I do need to take better care of my officially senior body. I do need to accept the fact that at this point in the ride, muscle loss and stiffness are inevitable but can be tempered by regular exercise and......

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