Shabbat Parashat Toldot - Mevarchim Kislev 5778
Friday, November 17th
7:00 am: Shacharit
4:12 pm: Candles
4:10 pm: Mincha + Kabbalat Shabbat
The title of Rabbi Hyman's Friday evening shiur, part of his series on topics from Rabbi Joseph Telushkin's book "Jewish Wisdom" is "Tzedakah: Perspectives of the Giver and the Receiver", followed by Maariv.
Shabbat, November 18th
9:00 am: Shacharit
Rabbi Hyman’s drasha is titled “Love Languages“
4:00 pm: Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit and Ma’ariv
5:13 pm: Havdalah
Shabbos Sheva Bracha Kiddush Luncheon
The Westville Community is cordially invited to celebrate the wedding of Eve Wiener and Philip Steinmetz at a Sheva Bracha Kiddush Luncheon immediately following Shabbat Services on November 18th at the Westville Synagogue. The Sheva Bracha is hosted by Dr. & Mrs. Elliot Lerner, Aunt & Uncle of the bride along with Mrs. Stella Lerner, Grandmother of the bride.
Wednesday, November 29, 7:30 pm
Westville University presents a talk by Prof. Michal Bar-Asher Siegal, Ben Gurion University
The Making of a Monk Rabbi: Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and his Cave
Tuesday, December 5, 7:30 pm
Westville University presents a talk by Rabbi Dr. Fred Hyman, Westville Synagogue
The Myth and Mystery of the Ancient Menorah
Saturday, December 9, 7:30 pm
Westville University Film night with Dr. Peter and Susan Rogol
Saturday, November 18, 7:00 pm
The JCC's annual A Taste of Honey at Congregation Mishkan Israel, Including a lecture by Westville Shul member Dan Nadis. See the JCC website for the full schedule.
Sunday, December 24th
Westville will be joining forces with BEKI and B'nai Jacob once again to provide Christmas Eve dinner to about 150 people in need on Sunday afternoon, December 24, 2017. Chapel on the Green is an ongoing project of Trinity Church in downtown New Haven. Every single Sunday (in any weather), following a short service, a full meal is provided on the Green behind the church. Many churches and synagogues help out by providing food and volunteers all through the year.
Items comprising a full festive menu (including, among other things, 8 roasted and carved turkeys) will be prepared in advance at the homes of volunteers (kosher or non-kosher accepted). All food will be brought to the BEKI parking lot and loaded for transporting from there to the church. From three synagogues we’ll need about 20 volunteers on-site that afternoon. YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!
To sign up for cooking, schlepping or serving, click here.
The full message from Barbara Zalesch regarding this volunteer opportunity can be viewed here.