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At-a-Glance Calendar: Week of March 31

Wednesday, April 3

10:00am Torah Study

6:30pm Confirmation Class (and pizza dinner)

6:30pm Kesher on the Go

7:00pm NY Prep Night Meeting (required for parents)

Thursday, April 4

11:00am Classic Songs of Freedom and Peace (A pre-Passover sing-along with Rabbi Larry Karol)

Friday, April 5

5:00pm Share Shabbat at the J KC

6:00pm Erev Shabbat Service (Learner's Shabbat)

Saturday, April 6

10:30am Shabbat Service

1:00pm Adult B'nai Mitzvah Class

Sunday, April 7

8:30am Brotherhood Breakfast Café

9:00am Yalla!

12:00pm 2nd-5th Grade Cooking Club (Matzo ball soup and personal pizzas)

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Friday, April 19, 6:00pm

Rabbi’s Table with Rabbi David Meyer

Friday, April 26, 6:00pm

Broadway Shabbat Seder

Condolences and Yahrzeits

Zichronam Livracha

May their memories be for a blessing.

Jill and David Shapiro on the death of Jill's father, Mel Spiegelglass, who passed away on February 25, 2024.

Diego and Asher Gonzalez on the death of Diego's step-father, Nicolas Seco Aguillon, who passed away on February 29, 2024.

Jackie Kamin on the death of her husband, Larry D. Kamin, who passed away on March 16, 2024.

Michele Kaplan on the death of her mother, Pauline Wange Hendel, who passed away on March 24, 2024.

Sisterhood Judaica Shop

Read the April 2024 Sisterhood Connections Newsletter

Come shop our collection of beautiful hand-painted Miriam and Elijah cups! They would make a wonderful addition to your Passover table.

Hours: Wednesday - Friday, 11:00am-2:00pm

Sunday, 9:00am-12:00pm

Shop online or email Pam Auerbach or Marcia Soltz to schedule an appointment. Sisterhood members can use the passcode TENOFF to receive 10% off your online purchases.

From the Klein Collection: Memorial Light

This Moroccan lamp is called a “kas.” It is a memorial light for a male loved one, hung in the home for the year after his death and lit for Shabbat and holidays. After that year, the lamp would be donated to the synagogue. This one reads: “In memory of Rav Samuel Halevy 1884.” There is the same tradition for female loved ones; but instead of a hanging glass bowl like this, the light is a flat-backed oil lamp called a “kandil.” 

Want to learn more about the Klein Collection or schedule a group tour? Contact Abby Magariel at for more information.

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