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    September 29, 2022


Portion of the Week/

High Holiday Prep   7pm



Selichot   7am

Morning service   8am

Candle lighting   6:21pm

Evening service  6:30pm

Cake and Beverages



Morning services   9:30am


Mincha   1pm


Shabbat ends   7:19pm



Selichot   7am

Followed by morning service

Hebrew School



Selichot  7:15am

Morning services  7:30am

Afternoon service   1:40pm

Kol Nidre   6:15pm

In Vayelech, we have the last 2 mitzvot of the Torah, one of which is more than apt for this time of the year. Last week, the portion discussed the mitzvah of teshuva and this week we have the mitzvah of Hakhel, which was to be observed every 7 years, directly following the sabbatical year, like this year. It literally means "Congregate" and is the only time the Torah requires every demographic of the nation to appear in Jerusalem. And the purpose was to hear the King read the book of Deuteronomy. 


While Passover is considered to be the most observed holiday of the year, Yom Kippur is undoubtedly the most attended holiday of the year. And so, we look forward to having our ranks swell in our synagogue to be spiritually energized as a springboard for a new year of growth and accomplishment.


Congratulations to Gillian Avertick and Lou Caiati for the Bar Mitzvah of their son Reade this weekend. They will be sponsoring the kiddush this Shabbat.


A full Yom Kippur presentation will be issued tomorrow so please register here ASAP.


We are so grateful for the successful inauguration of the high holiday season this week! So much thanks to our president Deborah Koenigsberger Gutierrez for her inspirational speech and the fabulous presentation for the Sunday night dinner. Our chairman of the board Paul Schaeffer and past president Toby Turkel, were a huge hit at the community service and will return for Yom Kippur. Also thanks to Carlos Gutierrez for his wonderful talk the first day and to our Executive Vice President Alex Leybov, for his talk on the second day, along with his sponsorship of that day's kiddush and doing the haftorah for the first time since his Bar Mitzvah.


Special thanks to Susan and Robert Blakeley for their invaluable assistance throughout our preparations and for her arranging our security needs for the holiday.

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