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Please join us for Shavuot Services. Includes Torah reading by our youngsters and yiskor memorial prayers. Followed by picnic lunch and Shavuot Carnival featuring a bounce house, games, cotton candy, sno-cones and fun for the whole family. Click here to respond.
Summer is a great time at Am Yisrael. We move our Shabbat services outside into our tented courtyard whenever the weather permits. We encourage you to dress casually and comfortably, shorts, flip flops, jeans... etc.
With many congregants taking vacations during the summer months, we sometimes have trouble making our minyan, especially at the start of services, so we want to urge you to join us. To paraphrase a Chicago cliche, "Come early, come often". If you can identify the source of that quote, please let us know when you come to services!
Fridays at 6:30 p.m. through June 3.
Starting on June 10 we will begin Friday night services at 6:00 p.m.
Saturdays at 9:30 a.m.
Sundays at 9:15 a.m.
Our services are musical, inspirational and the community is warm and friendly. Plus there is food on Shabbat morning and Sundays. Please join us.
Rabbi Newman Kamin recently offered an online class on "Tu B'Shevat and the Jewish Views on Protecting the Environment". The class was recorded and is available for viewing by clicking on the above video.
Birthright Israel is a unique, historical partnership between the people of Israel through their government, local Jewish communities (North American Jewish Federations; Keren Hayesod; and The Jewish Agency for Israel), and leading Jewish philanthropists. Birthright Israel provides a gift of peer group, educational trips to Israel for Jewish young adults ages 18 to 26. Please click here for more information (you will be redirected to an external website)
The Rabbinical Assembly recently sponsored a conference to celebrate women in the rabbinate. Of course, Rabbi Newman Kamin figured prominently in the festivities. She is one of a very few women rabbis to serve as pulpit rabbis, and has certainly achieved high status by virtue of being at one synagogue for such a long time. Am Yisrael and our Rabbi continue to be legendary in the Conservative Movement! Click here to listen to Rabbi Newman Kamin's opening remarks at the conference.