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Led by Dan Kamin and Judi Zeal
Sun. Oct. 25, 2:00 p.m.
Discussion led by Neil Adelman following Kiddush on Shabbat morning, Oct. 31 at approximately12:45 p.m. Services begin at 9:30 a.m
Every year seems uniquely challenging for the Jewish people. This past year, 5775, was especially so. Some of it was due to the differences among us regarding how best to prevent an Iranian nuclear weapon. Click here to read more
Every day we learn of the worsening plight of refugees from Syria. Displaced people sailing across the Mediterranean Sea represent the most severe refugee crisis to hit Europe since World War II. Click here to learn how the Jewish community is assisting Syrian refugees
We are delighted to announce that we are now offering toddlers, babies and their parents an opportunity to meet one another, socialize and build community through story, song, prayer and play.
Called Mechina Class.
For three and four year olds as a drop-off program.
Younger children who are not toilet trained are welcome but must be accompanied by parent or other adult.
Meets on Sundays, starting Sept. 20.
9:15 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
Taught by Lynn Washer, Gan teacher and outstanding pre-school educator.
Cost is $500 for Am Yisrael members, $550 for non-members.
For more information contact Charlie Sherman at 847-446-7215 ext. 12, cell phone 847-708-1805 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rabbi Newman Kamin wearing the Am Yisrael tallit in Israel.
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.