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Coming Up This Week

Shabbat Chukat-Balak

Friday, July 3rd

Candle-Lighting: 8:15PM


Saturday, July 4th

 Shabbat Ends: 9:16PM


Join Rabbi Evan Ravski for his first Kabbalat Shabbat Service on 

Friday, July 3rd at 5:00 PM. He will lead services via zoom and take questions about Parsha Chukat-Balak and his exciting move to Charleston. Click here for easy sign-up. 

Close out your Shabbat and July 4th 

experience with Havdalah with Rabbi Ravski.

Virtual Programs This Week

Monday,June 29th

Morning Minyan-7:15AM

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Tuesday, June 30th

Morning Minyan-7:15AM

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Afternoon Minyan-5:30PM

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Wednesday, July 1st

Morning Minyan-7:15AM

Click here to register

Afternoon Minyan-5:30PM

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Thursday, July 2nd

Morning Minyan-7:15AM

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Dr. Kogan's Online course-7:30PM

Click here to register


Friday, July 3rd

Morning Minyan-7:15AM

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Kabbalat Shabbat - 5:00PM

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Saturday, July 4th

Happy July 4th

Havdallah: 9:15PM

Join us for a brief, lovely ceremony concluding 

Shabbat and welcoming the new week.

 Click here to register


*Special "Toda Raba/Thanks" are extended to our lay volunteers for stepping up to lead programs this week: Samuel Steinberg, Morning Minyan; Mitch Gilbert, Evening Minyan; 

Dr. Michael Kogan, "The Bible's Book of Dissent"; Alan Isaacson, Danish and Drash. 

Our community organization relies upon the generosity of volunteers like these, 

and we are grateful!

The Bible's Books of Dissent - An Online Course Taught by 

Dr. Michael Kogan: Thursday, July 2nd, 7:30-8:45PM.  

Dr. Kogan continues leading us through the books of Job, Song of Songs, and Ecclesiastes. Click here to register.

July 5th Drive By-- A Virtual Welcoming Hand Shake & Hug to the Ravski's


Please join us as we welcome the Rabbi, Abby, Judah and Asher to Charleston and to our synagogue with an enthusiastic drive by their new home.

Where: Meet at Synagogue Emanu-El for departure to the Ravski’s home

When: Get in line starting at 11:00AM. Depart at 11:15AM


As always, everyone’s safety is paramount. No one can get out of their car either at synagogue or at the Ravski’s. The building is closed and will not be open on Sunday for any reason, including use of restrooms.


We know -- We wish things were different. We wish we could be participating in the July 5thWelcome BBQ Men’s Club was planning. But let’s not let what we wish get in the way of what can be. Decorate your car or just bring your welcoming voice and smile. 


Our thanks to Kenny for his never ending support. 

Questions? Please contact Robyn Bagg ( )

Be part of the drive by. 

Roll down your window to have your welcome and good wishes heard. 

See you on Sunday, July 5th!


The Welcoming Team- Marsha Gewirtzman, Robyn Bagg, Lori Fox, 

Joan Halushka, Daphne Hubara, Leah Bowzard


Emanu-El Volunteers Needed for Food Distribution--Partner with our Jewish Community Relations Committee



When: Thursday, July 16th. Volunteers arrive at 2:30PM, distribution starts at 3;00PM, lasts 2-3 hours or as long as there is food, but volunteers don't have to stay the whole time.

Where: Outside in Martin Park, 155 Jackson Street

What: Emanu-El is supporting the July monthly produce distribution on the East side, which is a food desert without easy access to healthy food. 5-7 volunteers will load prepackaged boxes provided by Lowcountry Food Bank to cars. Volunteers are also needed to deliver food to those who cannot come to the center. All volunteers are required to wear masks, and PPE will be provided. 

Contact for More Information: EE Tikkun Olam Committee Chair Sandra Brett

Synagogue Reopening Update Click Here

To read the June Scroll Click Here

To support Synagogue Emanu-El, Click Here to make a donation to one of our dedicated funds.

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