September 18 -- 2 Tishri 5777

UPCOMING EVENTS:

STARTING APRIL 1 THROUGH OCTOBER 14TH SHABBATS, MINCHA WILL FOLLOW KIDDUSH.

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICE TIMES:

SELICHOT Saturday, September 16 8:15 PM

ROSH HASHANAH
EREV Wednesday, September 20
Mincha-Arvit 6:00 PM
1st Day Thursday, September 21
Shacharit 8:30 AM
Tashlich – Mincha - Arvit 6:00 PM
2nd Day Friday, September 22
Shacharit 8:30 AM
Mincha-Arvit 6:30 PM

EREV YOM KIPPUR Mincha 5:30 PM
KOL NIDRE Friday, September 29 6:00 PM

YOM KIPPUR Saturday, September 30
Shacharit 8:30 AM
Mincha 4:30 PM

Saturday, September 23rd, 8:00 PM – There will be a free cantorial concert. Cantors Diego Rubinsztein and Ines Kapustiansky from Argentina will be in the USA during the High Holidays and have agreed to provide us with a program of Jewish and liturgical music, with modern taste. The concert is being jointly sponsored by Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Israel of Ridgewood. THANKS to Rabbi Zeilicovich and Rabbi Fine for arranging this special event. Please make every effort to attend what promises to be a very enjoyable evening.

Wednesday, September 27, 8:00 PM – Sisterhood Make Your Own Crystal Jewish Star Pendant. Cost is $40.00. Reservations required. Contact Cheryl Nowack for further information.

Friday Night, September 29th – The Social Action Committee will be collecting for our neighbors in need. Collections include canned goods, soap, bodywash, shampoo, etc. All items to be donated to the Fair Lawn Food Pantry.

Sunday, October 1st, 1:00 – 3:00 PM in the Sukkah – Sukkah Decorating Party – Fun for all ages. All are welcome. Bring your family and friends. Refreshments and art supplies will be provided. Bring your own decorations (holiday cards, gourds, etc). Please email Fred@tech4now.com or call the Office to say you will be attending.

Sunday Afternoon, December 3 – TBS 60TH Anniversary Diamond Celebration Catering by RAVE! Catering, music by B’nai Jazz, program will be TBS@60: A Retrospective. An ad journal will be published. Any combination of ads or donations totaling $180 per person will equal one ticket to this celebration.


EXPANDED TBS OFFICE HOURS:

For your convenience, we are arranging to expand the Temple’s office hours. Starting now, you can drop off items or leave messages for the Rabbi, Cantor, Officers and Committee Chairpersons, Florence and/or Darla until 4 PM on Mondays, 5 PM Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 3 PM Fridays. Additionally, someone will be in the Temple to assist you on Tuesdays from 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM.

ONGOING ACTIVITIES

WEEKLY TORAH STUDY GROUP – Join Rabbi Zeilicovich as he leads a 30-minute discussion focused on the Parsha of the week after Kiddush each Shabbat.

READING WITH THE CANTOR – Anyone interested in building or improving their siddur skills, in re-reading a haftarah or a portion from the Torah, or reading for the first time, you are welcome to contact Cantor Prosnitz. The Cantor would like to encourage everyone with any interest in leading, even just some of the prayer services, to contact him.

KIDDUSH CLUB NEWS -

The Kiddush Club will be sponsoring the Kiddush on September 23. If you are not yet a member, please consider joining to help us sponsor kiddushes on dates not reserved for individual or family simchas. The minimum annual donation is $36. For more information, contact Barry Cohen, Executive Vice President.

TBS SECURITY POLICY at the Temple continues to evolve to increase the safety of our members, guests, and facility. Doors will remain locked at all times, with access available during TBS Office hours or by alternate arrangements posted on the parking lot door. Please note new Shabbat security lock has been installed on the middle door, as per instructions that have been shared with all members.

YOGA NEWS: Weekly Yoga Class on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 PM. Classes are open to both men and women. For further information contact Allyn Michaelson at (201) 951-4902.

SCRIP NEWS: We carry Shop Rite $100s, $50s and $20s, and Kosher Nosh $10s and $5s. Also available, in limited amounts, we will be selling Fairway Scrip. Your check is still payable to TBS. TBS makes 5% on your scrip purchase. All Scrip is available in the Temple Office, or by calling Barry Cohen at 201-794-1363.

JEWISH FAMILY & CHILDREN’S SERVICES OF NORTHERN NEW JERSEY is in need of volunteer drivers to deliver Kosher Meals On Wheels to elderly, disabled, and homebound residents of Fair Lawn one day a week from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm. Substitute drivers are also needed to fill in for regular weekly drivers. You can brighten the day and bring a smile to a homebound senior or disabled adult by delivering a hot meal. For further information contact the JFCSNNJ office in Fair Lawn at 201-796-5151.

GIFT SHOP AT TBSFL.ORG – Visit our new on-line store located on our website for all your Judaica shopping. There are thousands of items to choose from at reasonable prices.

AmazonSmile.com – Did you know you can support Temple Beth Sholom when you shop at Amazon (using AmazonSmile)? Amazon donates 0.5% of your purchases to TBS whenever you shop at no cost to you. All you have to do is select Temple Beth Sholom, Fair Lawn, as your charitable organization of choice. You can also make this link available to your family and children – TBS benefits from ALL purchases. If you have any questions, email tbsfln@aol.com.

 

 

 

CANDLE LIGHTING TIMES
September 18 – September 22, 2017
2 Tishri
Candle Lighting Time: 6:35 PM

Services:
Friday Night – 9/22/17 – 6:30 PM
Saturday 9/23/17 – 9:00 AM
Parshat – Ha’azinu Shabbat Shuva

Friday Night – 9/29/17 – 5:30 PM
Saturday 9/30/17 – 8:30 AM
Mincha – 4:30 PM

 

 



 



Toward Our Efforts to be a Supportive Community

In the event that the clergy may not have been informed, please contact the Temple Office 201.797.9321 with the name of any congregant who is ill at home, facing surgery, or in the hospital. Please be reminded that if you would like a mishaberach (prayer for healing) to be made on Shabbat for a friend or family member, please complete the form on our website at
www tbsfl org

When a death in your immediate family occurs, the TBS Community would like to acknowledge your loss and support you in any and all ways possible. Please promptly notify Rabbi Zeilicovich and provide pertinent information that you would like to share by calling the Temple Office at 201.797.9321. Even if the service is out of town, we would like to know so that we can offer our condolences


Temple Beth Sholom 40-25 Fair Lawn Ave Fair Lawn NJ 07410 WWW.TBSFL.ORG - (201)797-9321