What’s Happening 2019-09-21

WHAT’S HAPPENING:
Friday, September 20th – 10:00 am – Tot Shabbat for children 5 years old or younger and their caregiver.
7:00 pm – Torah Study – This week’s Torah portion is Ki Tavo (Deuteronomy 26:1 – 29:8). If you would like to read this portion beforehand, please go to:
http://www.mechon-mamre.org/p/pt/pt0526.htm#1
8:00 pm – Shabbat Service

Saturday, September 21st – 9:45 am – Religious school
9:45 am – Parent workshop. Topic: Kids and the High Holy Days
11:00 am – Shabbat Services.
7:30 pm – S’lichot – Reception and service (9 pm), including installation of trustees and officers.

Sunday, September 22nd – 11 am – 6 pm. Flatbush Frolic. Church Avenue.
Noon-6 pm – Temple BBQ at the home of Karin and Jamie Orenstein.

Monday – September 23rd – 7:30 pm. Israeli Dance. $10/person.

Tuesday, September 24th – 1:00 pm – Tuesday afternoon Torah study led by Sam Silverman. The class is currently studying Josephus’ “Antiquities of the Jews.”
7:00 pm – HHD choir practice.

Wednesday, September 25th – 7:00 pm – Jewish Cultural Committee meeting.

Thursday, September 26th – 7:00 pm – HHD choir practice.
7:00 pm – HHD usher meeting.

Friday, September 27th – 10:00 am – Tot Shabbat for children 5 years old or younger and their caregivers
7:00 pm – Torah Study – This week’s Torah portion is Nitzavim (Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20). If you would like to read this portion beforehand, please go to:
http://www.mechon-mamre.org/p/pt/pt0529.htm#9
8:00 pm – Shabbat Service

Saturday, September 28th – 9:45 am – Religious school
9:45 am –B’Yachad.
11:00 am – Shabbat Services.

Enjoy a video produced by Wells Abellard and others at GSBC (credits are at the end of the video) from the August 18th Joint Program – B’ShERT and Good Shepherd Baptist Church. Just copy and paste the link onto your browser: https://youtu.be/BPmWwxjbtq4

Rosh Hashanah Food Drive – Beginning on Rosh Hashanah bags will be available for you to take home and fill with unexpired, non-perishable food to be given to Our Lady of Refuge Church Food Pantry (with a portion going to our “Little Pantry”). Bags can be returned to the Temple anytime through Sukkot.

Remember the Little Free Pantry—On the Church Avenue side of the building is our Little Free Pantry, built by the b’nei mitzvah class a couple of years ago. We stock it with food and toiletry items for members of the greater community to take if they need them. Items placed in the pantry are almost always gone within a few hours, so there is always room for more. Please bring non-perishable, desirable, unopened, unexpired food or new, packaged toiletry items (diapers, wipes, shampoos and soaps, toothpaste, mouthwash, sanitary pads and tampons, etc.) when you think of it. You may put items directly in the pantry or leave them in Rabbi’s office. Thank you!