Shanah Tovah U’metukah – a
Happy and Sweet New Year!
Rabbi Gary & Gloria Mazo
The Day Family would like to
wish our TABI Family the
happiest of New years. May
5777 offer new opportunities
to learn, love and laugh.
I made special arrangements this year to move the High Holidays a little later in the calendar
– they won’t start until the first week of October. That gives us all a bit more time to
prepare. I wanted to extend an invitation to those of you who might be interested in reading
Torah this year. Perhaps our more recent Bar/Bat Mitzvah students would like another
opportunity to use their Torah reading skills. Perhaps you wanted to read last year but were
still a bit apprehensive about your Hebrew level. Perhaps you have read in years past and
wish to rekindle a tradition. If you think you might be interested in reading Torah – either
on the morning of Rosh Hashanah, the morning of Yom Kippur or the afternoon of Yom
Kippur – please let me know via email: email@example.com as soon as you can.
Break The Fast, Wednesday October 12
Message From the Rabbi - September/October 2016
One of the things that has brought me great joy this past year has been the Shabbat Morning Service – specifically the dramatic jump in attendance. There are many new faces, many faces that had been absent for a while and a a solid crew of “regulars” that help make this a diverse and wonderful crowd.
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