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May 16, 2019
 
Weekly Newsletter

Friday

 

Candle lighting   7:50pm

 

Evening services  6:30pm

 

Morning services   9:30am

 

Kiddush sponsored by Richard and Yen Tesler in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their son Liem.

 

Shabbat ends   8:55pm

 

Monday

 

Hebrew School

 

Tuesday/Adult Education

 

Mishlei/Proverbs   5:30pm

 

Siddur   6:15pm

 

This week we read in the portion of Emor a lot about the propriety involved in temple ritual. The kohanim have to comport themselves in an appropriate manner whether it be in dress or grooming or lifestyle. Even the animal sacrifices had to be perfect specimens.

 

In these matters, and in many similar ones, the question is often asked as to whether this is really important to God, who is all knowing and all powerful. Does these details really matter in the context of the infinity of the universe?

 

One important answer is that these requirements are more for us than God. We need to know the importance of these rituals and without the attending requirements they would lose significance in our eyes which would be a real tragedy. So whatever we wear and whatever the place we pray looks like and how we behave is about us and our attitude as much as about what God may need from us.

 

Today is the 26th day of the counting of the Omer.

 

Congratulations to Richard and Yen Tesler for the Bar Mitzvah of their son Liem this Shabbat at the synagogue.

 

Congratulations to board member Lisa Balter and Grant Saacks for the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter Annabel this Sunday at the synagogue.

 

Both Liem and Annabel are graduates of our TriBeCa Torah Hebrew School.

 

On Wednesday May 22 at 7:30pm BIGVISION and The Teshuvah Center are partnering for an event discussing addiction and healing in the Jewish community with Rabbi ILan Glazer, author of  “And God created recovery”.

The event will take place at Ascendant located at 113 East 60th Street, NY 10022. Please reserve your space at www.tinyurl.com/Jewish-recovery

After the death of her son Isaac from an accidental overdose, BIGVISION was founded by our board member Eve Goldberg in 2015 to fill the void in the recovery process with fun, wholesome sober activities for young adults in NYC. https://www.bigvision.nyc/

 

FINAL STRETCH FOR OUR BASHERT OUR SPRING BENEFIT!

 

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We are excited to welcome Launch Math + Science Centers camps to Tribeca Synagogue this summer!  From engineering to electronics, kids learn all about STEM topics through an exciting summer program.  Plus, Tribeca Synagogue members can receive an additional $50 off by using the discount code TRS2019 during checkout!  Click here more information about Launch camps.

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