All High Holiday pledges may be made by credit card on the Adath website
Saturday, October 10, 10 a.m.
This program is open to anyone of any age who is affected by Special Needs and/or anybody who would like to volunteer.
Crafts Learning Music Fun
This Shabbat program is open to the community and is offered at no cost. Come celebrate Shabbat with us.
The program includes:
A Brief, Musical Service, Mixers, Art Projects
ADULT B’NEI MITZVAH-Information Session—
Tues., Oct. 13—7:00 p.m.
For those of you who never had the opportunity to become a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or if you would like to experience this milestone anew, we invite you to take part in our program this upcoming year. Join our Adath clergy for a meeting to go over the requirements, materials, course dates/times, and get all of your questions answered. RSVP to Cheryl Aboloff
Family Mitzvah Day at Adath
Sunday, Oct. 11--10:00 a.m.-2 p.m.
(3rd Annual Community Mitzvah Day)
Come out for Family Mitzvah Day at Adath, a part of the 3rd Annual Community Mitzvah Day, where you can be a part of a program aimed at alleviating hunger in America. Join us for mitzvah cooking. We are cooking for Providence House (a shelter), congregants in need, and for clients of Jewish Family and Children’s Services - Betsy & Peter Fischer Food Pantry.
Up for a Peanut Butter Venture? If so, then come help make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to be sent to a homeless shelter. Maybe you're the artistic type and would like to knock out hunger. There's a poster design contest to raise awareness of hunger in America. The winning design will be featured in the lobby and on food collection bins. There will be bowling, cookie/cupcake, and bag decorating, and plenty of other activities to help alleviate hunger in America.
There will be something for all ages. Come one, come all! Contact Maria Kelly
Social Action is collecting personal care items
Jewish Family and Children’s Services
Operation Yellow Ribbon
Honduran Families in Need
Click for a list of what is needed.
Challah for Shabbat
Men’s Club “Manly Movie Night "
Everyone (Age Appropriate) is invited to attend “Manly Movie Night ”. Sponsored by the Men’s Club. Lots of munchies and beverages available for $5 per person.
Thursdays starting September 17 in the Social Hall
7:00pm start time
October 15 - Goodfellas
Book Discussion of The Magic Barrel Rescheduled
Join Ken Klein to review Bernard Malamud’s collection of short stories, The Magic Barrel. “Hear” the themes and voices of this renowned 20th Century American Jewish author, and discuss the effects of social pressures and family conflict.
Sunday, Nov. 8, 2015 at 10 am Adath Emanu-El tapestry room
Eat Bread to Raise Dough
Please join Sisterhood on Thursday, October 8 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Panera, 1500 Nixon Drive, Moorestown.
Panera will will donate a percentage of its sales during the event to Sisterhood
Please tell the cashier you are there for the fundraiser
Sunday, October 25
Doors open at 3:15 p.m.
Bingo calling from 4-7 p.m.
Tickets pre-purchased cost is $30 per person
Purchased at the door $35
Your ticket purchase includes 1 set of 12 bingo sheets
Additional bingo cards will be available for $4
Special 50/50 bingo game will be available for $5
Please make checks payable to Sisterhood of Adath Emanu-El
Click to open the registration form
Please join us for our annual
Sisterhood Spiritual, Spa, Fun in the Sun Retreat
Friday, April 1 to Sunday, April 3 at
The Golden Inn, 78th Street, Avalon, NJ
The registration form and a deposit of $150 are due by November 15th.
Please click to download the flyer
Family Fun Day
Bring your lunch. Fun for the whole family. Relay Races, Gaga, Crafts, Games for kids 5 and under, Bingo, Snacks. Click for details
Menorah Mania is Coming! Click to register
Cub Pack 36 & Scout Troop 36 - The only Jewish sponsorde scouting pack/troop in SJ! Please join us at our Open House at Temple Beth Sholom, Cherry Hill on Sunday, October 18 at 2 p.m. for further information contact troop leaders David Bannett, Cubmaster or Russell Abrams, Scoutmaster
YAC Bagel Sales
Jan 24, Feb 21, and April 10
Come out and buy a bagel, a cup of coffee
and socialize with your Adath friends.
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.
Hundreds of other cards are available on our order form as well.
Great for teacher gifts, graduation, and everyday shopping!
Stop in during office and religious school hours and support Adath while you shop!
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!
Did you know that you can also shop with scrip online right from your home! Go to: https://www.shopwithscrip.com/Login/Register?EnrollmentCode=B11FBF9325337 and register! It is fast and easy!
If you need special arrangements for membership to Adath, you can down load the forms here: Forms for special financial arrangements