Now What?

October 10, 2018

We have passed through the non-stop Fall holiday phase, hopefully feeling grateful for the life that God has blessed us with.  We have now entered a nearly two-month period without any holiday celebrations until Chanukah.  Now what?  What can fill the gap?  Just leave it me; I have some suggestions:

  • Commit to attending weekday morning minyan once per week.  By doing so, you will ensure a minyan for those of us reciting Kaddish, be it as mourners or for a yahrtzeit.  You will also have the opportunity to enjoy breakfast with a lovely community of fellow congregants.  It is a great way to start the day!
     

  • Attend either Friday evening services or Shabbat morning services once per month.  Friday evening services are one hour, filled with singing and joy.  Shabbat morning services are less than 2 ½ hours, complete with Torah discussion and a delicious Kiddush lunch.
     

  • If you did not fill out The ReJewvenation Initiative card on Rosh Hashanah, we have just a few left.  Let me know and I would be happy to send you one.  The life blood of a congregation is its volunteers.  Do you want to be one of many who have voted that they want Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha to continue its rich 154-year history?  If yes, then step on up to assure that it is so.  There must be one committee that resonates with you.
     

  • Do you have an idea for an adult education class or series?  Perhaps a program?  Let’s talk.  Call me.  My office number is (412)521-6788 x105. 
     

  • Perhaps you would like to learn how to chant Torah or Haftarah?  Call me. 
     

  • Perhaps you might like to chant the Haftarah on the anniversary of your Bar or Bat Mitzvah, but are very rusty.  Call me.
     

  • Perhaps you never became a Bar or Bat Mitzvah.  Call me.

Did you notice a repetitive phrase?  As mentioned several times, I am your Jewish tour guide on the journey called life.  How might I make your journey more meaningful?  Call me.

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