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The Week Ahead at Emanu-El: May 18-24

Dear Emanu-El Family,

As a friendly reminder, if you haven't already, please register for each service and program; once you register, you'll be able to use the name username and password to access the event every day and every week into the future. We continue to seek the best ways to balance accessibility and ease with technology security.  Please contact Joe Stern at with any questions.

Morning Minyan: Monday-Friday mornings at 7:15AM; Sunday morning at 9:00AM.   Register at and

Afternoon Minyan: Tuesday & Wednesday at 5:30PM.   Register at

Judaism 101: Tuesday, May 19th, 8:00PM. Join Rabbi Rosenbaum for a continued refresher on (or learning for the first time about) the various Jewish sacred books.   Register at

Lunchtime Torah: Wednesday, May 20th, 12 Noon. We'll continue our quick overview of Birkat HaMazon (the Grace After Meals).

Virtual Danish & D'rash: Wednesday, May 20th, 7:30PM (PLEASE NOTE LATER START TIME). A discussion of themes relating to this week's Torah portion, Bamidbar.   Register at
The Bible's Books of Dissent - An Online Course Taught by Dr. Michael Kogan: Thursday, May 21st, 7:30-8:45PM.  Dr. Kogan continues leading us through the books of Job, Song of Songs, and Ecclesiastes.

Kabbalat Shabbat - Memorial Day Tribute: Friday, May 22nd, 5:00PM.

Havdallah:  Saturday, May 23rd, 9:15PM. Join us again for a brief, lovely ceremony concluding Shabbat and welcoming the new week.

Shavuot: This major holiday will begin Thursday evening, May 28th. Prior to the start of the holiday, we will gather virtually for Yizkor and then, shortly thereafter, a learning session with contributions from leaders throughout the Charleston Jewish community. We're even planning something special from the Emanu-El building for the subsequent two days of the holiday. STAY TUNED FOR FURTHER DETAILS!

As before, we know that this is a difficult time for so many, both physically and emotionally.  Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you would like a few minutes to chat about the challenges that we are facing.

We hope to see you online, and that we all will move forward with hope.

Rabbi Adam J. Rosenbaum

Tue, June 2 2020 10 Sivan 5780