South Baldwin Jewish Center
 
  2959 Grand Avenue
Baldwin, NY 11510
Phone: 516-223-8688 | Fax: 516-223-8689
Email: sbjcoffice@optonline.net
 
 
       
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8/11/17

Good Morning,

We were notified from a congregant this morning that a former congregant Audrey Schwartz passed away.

Funeral will be held on Monday August 14th at 11 am
at Well Wood Cemetery.
1400 Well Wood Ave
West Babylon, NY

No Further information
was given.

Office SBJC


8/10/17

Good Afternoon,

A message from Joshua.
The next EVENING Adult class will be held on MONDAY August 28th 2017 at 7:30pm

The topic will be: Ma Nishtana this Rosh Hashana from all other ones ? How do we personalize the
High Holiday Experience.


8/9/17

Good Morning,

The book we will be reviewing at the next book club meeting is "The Orphans Tale" by Pam Jenoff. A few copies of the book are available in the office. We will be meeting on Tuesday September 12th 2017 at 1:00pm in the shul library. Everyone is invited to join us.

Thank you,
Book Club Committee


8/8/17

Good Afternoon,

Sunday , August 20th 2017, after Minyan we will have our the Rosh Chodesh study group. Please try to attend the Minyan at 9:30 am

Thank you,
Sisterhood


8/2/17

This is just an update,

Shabbat dinner that was originally scheduled on our calendar for August 11th 2017 will be rescheduled for early September 2017.

Further details have not been given. But I will keep you posted .

Thank you
Office
SBJC


7/20/17

INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY:

Are collecting tuna fish cans. The blue bin is in the back entrance as you enter. All donations would be appreciated. --- Shabbat Shalom


To all daytime book club members the books are in the temple office to be picked up.


Mah Jongg meets on Thursdays at 6:45 p.m.


Folk dancing meets on Wednesdays at 10:30am. Newcomers are always welcome to either group.


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Shalom,

As a member of United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, we received
this e-mail which we are sharing with you.

Conservative Movement Statement on Violent Demonstrations in
Charlottesville, VA

Posted on:
Sunday August 13, 2017

 

In the aftermath of violent demonstrations by white supremacists and
their sympathizers in Charlottesville, Virginia, resulting in 3 deaths
and many injuries, the Rabbinical Assembly and the United Synagogue of
Conservative Judaism issued the following statement:

The Rabbinical Assembly and United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism are
shocked and horrified by the violent demonstrations of white
supremacists, neo-Nazis and their sympathizers in Charlottesville,
Virginia this past Saturday which resulted directly in the deaths of one
civilian and two state police officers and in many other serious
injuries. We applaud the swift and effective actions of Mayor Mike
Signer of Charlottesville and Gov. Terry McAuliffe of Virginia, as well
as their appropriate condemnations of the bigotry, antisemitism and
hatred that inspired the rally itself. Many leaders have taken the
indispensable step of naming the dangerous philosophies and movements
that united these demonstrators. These events have been rightly labeled
as incidents of domestic terror by both Democrats and Republicans.

We call upon United States officials including President Donald Trump
and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to condemn neo-Nazi, white
supremacist and alt-right movements by name. The repeated failure to do
so by top U.S. officials has fueled their growth and poses an imminent
threat to all Americans as Saturday's violent rallies showed. History
has demonstrated that where a country's leaders fail to condemn these
philosophies, violence and hatred can quickly and exponentially consume
the fabric of civil society. Our leaders must act now. Let us continue
to pray for and to work for the day when all shall "sit under his/her
vine and fig tree and none shall make them afraid."

Rabbi Philip Scheim, President, The Rabbinical Assembly
Rabbi Julie Schonfeld, CEO, The Rabbinical Assembly
Margo Gold, President, USCJ
Rabbi Steven Wernick, CEO, USCJ

Shabbat Shalom
Evelyn Estrine
President



 


Candle and Torah Lighting Readings

Daylight Saving Time: In effect.Times have been adjusted accordingly  
   

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Va'etchanan

Friday, August 4, 2017
Av 12, 5777
Light Candles at:

7:48 PM

Saturday, August 5, 2017
Av 13, 5777
Shabbat Ends:

8:50 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Eikev

Friday, August 11, 2017
Av 19, 5777
Light Candles at:

7:39 PM

Saturday, August 12, 2017
Av 20, 5777
Shabbat Ends:

8:40 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Re'eh

Friday, August 18, 2017
Av 26, 5777
Light Candles at:
7:30 PM

Saturday, August 19, 2017
Av 27, 5777
Shabbat Ends:
8:29 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Shoftim

Friday, August 25, 2017
Elul 3, 5777
Light Candles at:
7:19 PM

Saturday, August 26, 2017
Elul 4, 5777
Shabbat Ends:
8:18 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Ki Teitzei

Friday, September 1, 2017
Elul 10, 5777
Light Candles at:
7:08 PM

Saturday, September 2, 2017
Elul 11, 5777
Shabbat Ends:

8:06 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Ki Tavo

Friday, September 8, 2017
Elul 17, 5777
Light Candles at:
6:57 PM

Saturday, September 9, 2017
Elul 18, 5777
Shabbat Ends:
7:54 PM

Shabbat, Torah Reading: Nitzavim-Vayelech

Friday, September 15, 2017
Elul 24, 5777
Light Candles at:
6:45 PM

Saturday, September 16, 2017
Elul 25, 5777
Shabbat Ends:
7:42 PM

Rosh Hashanah

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Eve of First day Rosh Hashanah
Elul 29, 5777
Light Holiday Candles at:
6:37 PM

Thursday, September 21, 2017
Eve of Second day Rosh Hashanah
Tishrei 1, 5778
Light Holiday Candles after:
7:33 PM

Friday, September 22, 2017
Tishrei 2, 5778
Light Shabbat Candles at:
6:33 PM

Saturday, September 23, 2017
Tishrei 3, 5778
Shabbat Ends:
7:30 PM

Yom Kippur

Friday, September 29, 2017
Eve of Yom Kippur
Tishrei 9, 5778
Light Shabbat / Holiday Candles at:
6:21 PM

Saturday, September 30, 2017
Yom Kippur
Tishrei 10, 5778
Shabbat/Holiday/Fast Ends:
7:18 PM

   
ABOUT CANDLE-LIGHTING
It is considered a great mitzvah and responsibility to honor the Sabbath by lighting candles 18 minutes before sunset on Friday evening.

This unique commandment, entrusted to the Jewish woman, is rich with meaning and purpose.
   
 
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