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      August 26    Kabbalat   Shabbat   6 pm

      Sept 10    Shabbat  9:30


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September 25  6:25    Erev Rosh Hashonah
       Candle lighting / Service 
September 26   Rosh Hashonah Day 1 at Synagogue and Zoom
        9:30-10   Contemplative songs of praise
        10-12:45   Shacharit and Torah reading
        1:00   Oneg of apples and honey
        1:30   Tashlikh and shofar
        3:00   Pot luck lunch/early dinner

October 4 Erev Yom Kippur  6:15pm Kol Nidre at  Synagogue and Zoom

October 5   Yom Kippur at Synagogue
    9:30   meditative morning praise
    10:15   Hineni followed by Shacharit and Torah
    2PM   contemplative walk
    3PM   sermon followed by conversational mincha at Town park
    5:30   Teaching with Bill Magaliff
    6:30   Neilah
    7:15   Havdalah Candle Lighting
Break the fast together in our social hall



The Kerhonkson Accord Ellenville Senior Citizens meet every

Tuesday at 12:30 weather permitting at  Lippman Park or at the center.

The group shares events happening  in our towns, tell jokes and relax

together. Coffee, tea and desserts are provided to share,  bag lunches brought. 

Once a month, lunch  is out at a local restaurant.   If you would like to join,

stop by on a Tuesday or call our president,  Vicki at 845 647-6832.


 Reb Sally's MUSSAR class is ongoing  

Rabbi also offers a variety 0f morning meditation groups and Rosh Chodesh group

via zoom,    For further details, please  email her at 

Bikur Cholim Committee

Bikur Cholim , Literally meaning “visit the sick,” the purpose of this group is to be in touch with members of our community and provide help when needed and requested.   In addition to visiting and offering comfort and companionship, either in person if possible, or by video conference or phone, we can also provide rides  to appointments, run errands, shop, and maybe even help with computer challenges. We hope

members of the synagogue community will feel comfortable reaching out when they may be in need or know of someone else in the community who may be in need, either through Reb Sally or to the committee directly, through Randy Feuerstein at 

Current committee members include: Beth Anderson, Randy Feuerstein, Goldie Goldberg,

Arlene Gould, Joyce Greenough, David Winograd, Marta Waterman.

If you would be interested in joining the committee,

please reach out to Randy Feuerstein at the email

address indicated above.

Food Insecurity

If you know of someone experiencing food insecurity

please encourage them to reach out to the

Rochester Food Pantry,  they are here to help 

please call 845-626-7501 or visit