Spring Yard Clean-up!
We are asking every member (man, woman and teen) to join us on
Sunday, May 31, from 9:00 a.m. ‘til 12:00 p.m.
Just give us one hour of your time. That’s over 800 member power hours!
Bring your yard tools and gloves. Remember, if everyone does a little, no one has to do a lot!
Rabbi’s David’s Spring Talmud Class Schedule
Please RSVP if you are signed up and cannot make it. Thank you. 10 a.m. class—Fridays, May 29 and June 26
Sisterhood is going to the Chocolatrium,
Sunday, May 31, $29 per person.
SPONSOR A MITZVAH…
Mitzvah cooking, that is. The Social Action Committee of Adath Emanu-El cooks on the second Tuesday of even-numbered months in our kitchen. We cook for Providence House (a shelter), some of our own congregants in need, and for clients of Jewish Family and Children’s Services. We fix ziti, salad and dessert for 36 people or more, and regularly need help purchasing the ingredients. We need uncooked ziti, ricotta cheese, prepared pasta sauce, parmesan cheese, salad ingredients and cupcakes or cookies for dessert.
Let us know that you can sponsor, or co-sponsor a session by purchasing the ingredients we need. Contact the Adath Emanu-El office or Cheryl Sperber at (856)824-0921 the week before our cooking sessions to let us know what you're bringing. You’re even welcome to prepare the food with us in the synagogue kitchen (@ 7 PM). Doing a mitzvah is a wonderful feeling. Please join us now.
SUMMER RABBIS TEACH-IN
Learning about Israel through its Poetry
Led by: Rabbi David Dates: June 10, 17, 24, 11:00 am Fee: Members: free, Non-Members: $5.00
Join Rabbi David for three sessions devoted to the poetry of Israel. What place have Israel's poets held in helping to shape the modern day State of Israel? In a nation with a rich literary history, how do such writers as Zelda, Rahel, Yehuda Amichai, and others give us a new outlook on Israeli life? Where do their writings intersect with Jewish text? And, finally, how can their poems help us to make sense of the complicated realities of Israeli life? All are welcome. All texts will be in English.
Siddur Safari – A Look into our Shabbat Liturgy
Led by: Rabbi Kleinman
Dates: August 5, 12, 19, 7:00 pm Fee: Members: free, Non-Members: $5.00
Wikipedia defines a Safari as a trip to observe and photograph wildlife—or hiking and sight-seeing. Together we will take a “safari” through our Shabbat morning service and examine our prayers, their content, history, and how they look today. Each of the three sessions will focus on a different section of our service: Birchot HaShachar (morning blessings), Shema U’Virchotecha (Shema and its blessings) and the Amidah for Shabbat (central prayers). As a class, we will see where the wind blows us and decide together when we want to take a trip off-road or stay on the main path.
Register in the Adath Office or call 856-608-1200
Essen With a Lesson: The Sephardic and Ladino Music tradition
Thursday, June 11, 10:30-12 Noon.
Instructor: Steve Pollack, Music Historian and Entertainer
Through lecture and live entertainment, Steve Pollack and company will explore the history of Sephardic and Ladino music. Kosher style refreshments included. JCC Member, $15, General Public, $15
Sisterhood’s Annual Rummage Sale
Sunday, July 26
9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Bag Sale: 1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
Upcoming Events in the Jewish Community
Healing of the Soul—R’fuat Ha Nefesh—An Expo on Mental Health
Sunday, May 17—9:00-1:00 at Temple Emanuel, Cherry Hill
featuring Keynote Speaker: Actor Sean Astin
Visit www.templeemanuel.org for more information.
Sponsored by Jewish Famly & Children’s Service & the State of NJ Department of Human Services.
Goodwin Holocaust Museum & Educational Center
5th Annual Community Fundraiser—Tuesday, May 19—7:00 p.m. at the JCC
“Come Spend an Evening in Bubby’s Kitchen”
Come see this heartfelt, one-woman show starring playwright and solo performer, Shira Ginsburg, about the love and the wisdom acquired around the kitchen table of Bubby. She plays the matriarch to a family of Holocaust survivors and resistance fighters. General Admission: $36; Students: $18. For sponsorship or to purchase tickets, visit www.jcrcsnj.org or call 856-751-9500x.1203.
Broadway Live—Monday, June 1—7:00 p.m.
A Benefit Concert! Great for the whole family!
Enjoy Broadway Hits performed by Broadway actors
A “fundraiser” to benefit the JCC Camps at Medford financial assistance fund, Open Hearts/Open Doors special needs program at camp, and special needs programming at the Katz JCC and in our community. See our own Shayna Simon perform!! Tickets are $25 for JCC members/$30 for non-JCC members; $60 for Patrons which includes a reception afterwards. Proceeds matched by the Raymond & Gertrude Saltzman Foundation
Sisterhood of Adath Emanu-El’s Dining for Dollars
Thursday, August 13, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
b.good Marlton 500 Route 73 South, E-2, Marlton, NJ 08053 Located in the Promenade Shopping Center. No flyer needed.
Mention Sisterhood ofAdath Emanu-El. A portion of all sales will be donated to Sisterhood and will help support Adath.
Please notify the office if you are able to perform this mitzvah.
Lights in the Forest: Rabbis Respond to Twelve Essential Jewish Questions
Rabbi David is a contributor and editor to this book by Rabbi Paul Citrin. We have copies for sale in the office for $18. This is a thoughtful book of personal essays about God, ethics, humanity, interfaith, the soul and more. Pick up your copy today!