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The Weekly Scoop - February 12, 2020

17 Shevat 5780                                                        February 12, 2020

Shabbat Yitro

Friday, February 14th

Candle-Lighting: 5:46PM

Kabbalat Shabbat-6:00PM

 

Saturday, February 15th

Danish & D'rash: 9:00AM

Shabbat Services: 9:30AM

Shabbat Ends: 6:55PM

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Join us for our youth service geared toward

3rd-6th graders. We will celebrate Shabbat with song, prayer, learning and games.

Junior Jam will start at

 11AM in the Chapel.

 

February 22nd, March 21st,

April 18th, May 23rd

 

COMING UP THIS WEEK AT EMANU-EL

Wednesday,February 12th

Minyan-7:15AM & 5:30PM

Thursday, February 13th

Minyan-7:15AM

Friday, February 14th

Minyan -7:15AM

Kabbalat Shabbat-6:00PM

 Saturday, February 15th

No Danish & D'rash

Shabbat Services-9:30AM

Sunday, February 16th

 Minyan -9:00AM 

No Religious School

Monday, February 17th

Office Closed

Minyan-7:00AM 

Tuesday, February 18th

Minyan-7:15AM & 5:30PM

Board Meeting-6:00PM

Adult Education

Join us for FNL

Friday, February 21st

New Member Shabbat Dinner 

as we formally welcome new families and individuals who have 
become part of our synagogue family within the past year

 

6:00PM Shabbat Services led by
Rabbinical candidate Rabbi Susan Tendler

followed by Shabbat Dinner with Rabbi Rosenbaum

 

On the Menu:
Caesar Salad, Vegetarian Lasagna, Eggplant Parmesan,
Lemon Bars & Brownies

 

 

Member Price:

$12 Adults, $5 kids 5-12, kids under 5 free, $30 max per family

 

Non Member Price:

$18 Adults, $10 kids 5-12, under 5 free

 

Please RSVP by Tuesday, February 18th
Sign up and pay online at Click here to reserve your spot

or you may call the office at 843-571-3264

 

The Friday Night LIVE series is co-sponsored by the Henry and Sylvia Yaschik Foundation

CLICK HERE TO PAY ONLINE

 

Around Town

Martin Buber's I and Thou
Led by Dr. Michael S. Kogan at KKBE 
Thursdays at 8:00PM

Library Conference Room

 

Martin Buber was arguably the greatest Jewish philosopher of the 20thcentury. His book I and Thou is his masterpiece. We will read through this groundbreaking work of religious ethics which redefines the moral teaching of Judaism in Buber's unique poetic language.

 

 

Tue, February 25 2020 30 Shevat 5780