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November 25, 2022    
4:45 pm

[This program is scheduled on Eastern Time Zone]

Friday, November 25th at 5:00 PM ET       

Minyan Ahavah reaches out to people with memory loss and their caregivers. The next virtual Kabbalat Shabbat (welcoming the Sabbath) service is Friday, November 25, the day after Thanksgiving, at 5 pm. Cantor Josh and Rabbi Judith Hauptman will lead the service. You can log in at 5 pm, or even better, at 4:45 pm, for a schmooze. A really nice way to begin the Sabbath is with a bit of chat with others. So join early! Zoom link is below.

Link: https://wlcj2.org/u/?V1c6432m

Meeting ID: 212 673 2096

Passcode: 2126732096

 

Want to bring a friend or relative to the Kabbalat Shabbat service? Please do! Just forward them the link.

Here’s a way for you to participate in the service: we are going to ask you to hold up an interesting piece of mail you recently received. It can be a bill, or an ad for a product, or a catalog or a card or a personal letter. Anything of interest. We will ask you to tell us in a few words what it is and why you like it.

During the Mi Sheberach prayer for healing, you will be able to type in the names of the people for whom you are wishing a speedy recovery. The names will be read aloud. 

Please join a few minutes earlier for a Kabbalat Shabbat service.

 

Any questions? Please email: juhauptman@jtsa.edu.

To join our e/m list for future notifications, send your e/m address to Sheryl Harawitz, our Zoom host: sherylnyc@gmail.com.