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April 23, 2015
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Weekly Newsletter
Candle lighting   7:26pm
Evening services   6:30pm
Morning services   9am
No official sponsor, light Kiddush
Shabbat ends   8:30pm
Hebrew School
Tuesday/Adult Education
Tanach/Joel   6pm
Siddur/Jewish Prayer   6:45pm
Tacos and Tequila-June 9th, City Hall Restaurant, a fundraiser for TriBeCa Synagogue! Reserve now at

Today is Yom HaAtzmaut (Israeli Independence Day) observed. It is observed rather than the actual date because the 5th of Iyar falls out tomorrow and the holiday is moved up because of Shabbat. Historically, with the establishment of the State of Israel in May 1948, there was a confluence of different strains of Zionism that all coalesced at this auspicious time.
Zionism was a dream of many Jews from a political perspective who longed for a time and place that would provide them refuge from the never ending anti-Semitism of Eastern Europe. And it was the goal of many religious Jews who fervently believed that creating a State of Israel was a key stepping stone on the path of final redemption. But beyond plain Zionism we know that it is a very important mitzvah to live in the land of Israel which is obviously so much easier when the land is in Jewish hands.
Let's take this occasion to commit to a visit this year, L'Shana HaZot!
Rabbi Jonathan Glass

TriBeCa Synagogue is pleased to announce that a pink flowering Kwanzan cherry tree was planted in honor of our dearest Guler Ugur. The location is along the path to the Carousel that is between the Lefferts House and the Willink entrance to the Park on the east side. There is a map of the park is below.

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Dear [first_name]

We are delighted to announce that the annual Benefit Dinner will be held on Tuesday June 9, 2015 at the Granite Room at City Hall Restaurant.  We will be celebrating the beginning of summer Mexican style with a menu of tacos and tequila!!

This year our benefit theme is Brick by Brick.  The Synagogue is physically rebuilding (the social hall and the HVAC ) and spiritually renewing itself in its drive to attract new members and families.  The Synagogue is expanding its programing for young professionals, chesed and children on shabbat.  The annual benefit raises critical funds required to keep the Synagogue operating while forging deeper relationships amongst our present and future members.  We hope you will join us in support of our fundraising efforts.

We would like to thank Henry Meer for his incredible generosity in donating the Granite Room for this event while the HVAC system is being repaired.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us if you have any questions regarding the dinner.  We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday June 9th.

Your truly,

Benefit Dinner Chairs

Eitan Goldman,

Sharon Nazarzadeh,

Wendy Gardner,

Toby Turkel,

Please click on the image below to register and pay for the benefit.

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