What’s Happening at B’ShERT: Week of October 7

Monday, October 7th – 7:30 pm – Israeli Dance.

Tuesday, October 8th – No Tuesday afternoon Torah study. Torah study will commence next Tuesday, October 15th.

Kol Nidre – 7:30 pm, promptly.

Wednesday, October 9th – 10:00 am – Yom Kippur Service.

1:15 pm – Children’s Service/Study Session.

2:30 pm – Yizkor/Afternoon Service/N’ilah.

7:00 pm – Break the Fast.

Friday, October 11th – 10:00 am – Tot Shabbat for children 5 years old or younger and their caregiver.

7:00 pm – Shabbat Schmooze.

8:00 pm – Shabbat Service.

Saturday, October 12th – No religious school.

11:00 am – Shabbat Service.

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.

Jewish Cultural Committee – October 27th at 3 pm at the Yeshiva of Flatbush High School (1609 Avenue J). Join us when we see “The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising,” Harry Bialor’s oratorio. Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased by contacting Harry Bialor, 718-375-8669, or on Eventbrite. You can also contact Yvette Pomeranz at yphomecrest@yahoo.com with any questions you may have.

Jewish Cultural Trip – Join the B’ShERT Jewish Cultural Committee and Union Temple of Brooklyn for their 8th Annual Getaway Weekend Trip, Saturday, Nov. 16-Sunday, Nov. 17th. Must register by October 31st. Contact Yvette Pomeranz at yphomecrest@yahool.com for pricing, registration, or if you have any questions.

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!

What’s Your Name Again? – As our consolidated congregation continues to get acquainted, the Membership Committee suggests that when you attend Temple events you wear the name tag/lanyard you received at High Holy Days services. (Let us know if you need a lanyard.)