We hope you enjoyed the High Holy Days and that they were meaningful to you and your families. For those of you who participated in person or tuned in via live-streaming on our website, we thank you for sharing the Days of Awe with us.
Many of our members and guests have expressed how comfortable they feel in our synagogue and noted some highlights they look forward to each year including: hearing the Cantor’s glorious voice sing Hallelujah, seeing hundreds of children gathered on the bimah receiving a special blessing, listening to our teens chant Torah, being inspired by the Rabbis’ thought-provoking sermons and more. Regardless of your favorite moment, we are extraordinarily grateful for you helping us create a Kehilah Kedosha- our sacred community.
We are writing to remind you about our annual Kol Nidrei appeal. If you have already given, we thank you. If you have not yet had the opportunity, please make a donation now as these important funds directly support our operating budget. Our Commitment to Giving (dues) cover approximately 50% of our annual operating costs and our Kol Nidrei campaign is indispensable in supplementing our revenue.
Our goal to have 100% participation in the 2017 Kol Nidrei campaign. No donation is too small and every donation makes a difference and is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
לשנה טובה L ’shana tova. May each of you be blessed with a good and healthy year.
The Community Synagogue Presidents
Deena Katz (2017-present), Jack Mandel (2014-2017), Larry Helft (2009-2014), Howard Schiff (2005-2009),
Larry Tarica (2001-2005), Jane Broido (1997-2001), Michael Rubinberg (1993-1997), Georgia DeYoung (1989-1993),
Larry Rothenberg (1983-1987) and Brian Sindel (1979-1981)