A class for men only based on Rabbi Shalom Arush’s/Rabbi Lazer Brody’s book The Garden of Peace.
Topic: How to be a Great Husband.
Come join in the first Cleveland Shabbat Project MEN’S NIGHT OUT!
You worked all week, you earned it!!
There will be a panel of Shabbat inspiration, Food, Beer and Open Gym at the JCC!
The Challah bake will take place at Menorah Park, right off the main lobby in the Saltzman Auditorium.
This will be on Friday, October 26 at 10:30AM until about 11:45 AM or so.
Since many of our Residents lack range of motion, we are ordering dough balls from Ellie’s in order to simplify the process.
We will be adding raisins to the dough and other things.
Residents will be returning to their pavilions where the Activity Coordinators will bake their Challahs.
This will also be open to the entire community as well as family members of Menorah Park Residents.
Community members who wish to observe or participate may be walk-ins.
If Community members wish to make a Challah then they should RSVP before Wednesday, October 24, 2018, to Rabbi Joseph Kirsch at: 216-839-6628.
Be a host or be a guest and bring your family together with others to experience Shabbat. Hosts will provide a dairy or kosher meat Shabbat dinner as they welcome friends, new and old into their home. This program will connect and engage our B’nai Jeshurun family by building our community one home at a time. Register online by October 12: https://www.bnaijeshurun.org/shabbattogetherRegistration
Children 0-5 years can experience Shabbat by making their own challah, singing Shabbat songs with Chuck Fink and enjoying kiddish with the B’nai Jeshurun clergy. Adults can schmooze while children play. This is a great way to get ready for Shabbat, meet other moms, dads, and grandparents and is completely free every Friday to the Jewish community.Free
Mincha begins at 6:15 p.m.
Dinner: 7:20 p.m. $30 Adults, $25 Children under 12 – Reservations required. Cleveland@aish.com, 216 321 7277, www.aishcleveland.com
Oneg Shabbas, Dessert Reception
Be part of a funky, fun Shabbat evening including challah-braiding and a story for tots followed by a family-friendly Rockin’ Shabbat Service for all.Free
6 pm Candle Lighting & Service
7 pm Dinner
Please join us and enjoy
-A delicious homemade meal
-A warm and elegant atmosphere
-A great spirit of Shabbat
In honor of the Shabbat Project (a global, grassroots movement that brings Jews from across the world together) Mandel JDS will be hosting a family shabbat dinner in the school auditorium. This is a meaningful way to enjoy Shabbat with your family, together with friends,
while getting to know others in the Mandel JDS community. Fun for the whole family including after dinner entertainment for the children!
Connections Shabbat is an opportunity for members of the Green Road community to branch out and meet new friends over Shabbat lunch. Sign up to host or be a guest and build a new connection! Call the synagogue for information.Registration
Join in this teen/family friendly musical Havdalah Party with singer/guitarist Chuck Fink.
Bring you guitars and bongos and join in!
RSVP Text 216-789-6302
Class for men and women. Emuna is our Future. Suggested donation $10Suggested Donation $10.00 at the door