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The Weekly Scoop - March 6,  2019

29 Adar 1 5779                                                                 March 6,  2019

Shabbat Pekudei

Friday, March 8th

Candle-Lighting: 6:04PM

Kabbalat Shabbat (Beatles Shabbat): 6:00PM

Saturday, March 9th

Danish & D'rash: 9:00AM

Services: 9:30AM 

Anniversary Shabbat

Shabbat Ends: 7:13PM

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 March 30th, April 27th, May 18th


Wednesday,March 6th

Minyan-7:15AM & 5:30PM

Morning Mo(she)-8:00AM

Thursday, March 7th

Rosh Hodesh

Minyan-7:00AM & 5:30PM

Friday, March 8th


Kabbalat Shabbat Friday Night with the Beatles-6:00PM

 Saturday, March 9th

Danish & D'rash: 9:00AM

Shabbat Services: 9:30AM

Anniversary Shabbat

Sunday, March 10th


Religious School, Kesher, Pre-School

Monday,March 11th

Minyan-7:15AM & 5:30PM

Tuesday, March 12th

Minyan-7:15AM & 5:30PM

Tuesdays with Rabbi-6:00PM-7:00PM

Springtime Adult Education at 




Tuesdays with Rabbi-(Quick Histories of our Upcoming Holidays)

March 5th & 12th: The Infamous Origins of Purim

April 2nd & 9th: Why Elijah Comes to Our Seders

May 7th & 14th: The Jews and the Ten Commandments

Taught by Rabbi Rosenbaum 

* All classes take place from 6:00-7:00PM


 Morning Mo(she)-How Rambam Explains the Universe 

Wednesdays, March 6th-May 15th:

Taught by Rabbi Rosenbaum 
* All classes take place from 8:00-8:30AM,with breakfast!


 Apocryphal Literature & The Wisdom of Solomon

Saturdays, March 23rd & 30th and April 6th
Taught by Rabbi Yosef Levanon
* All classes take place after Saturday Kiddush


 Make Your Own Matzah Cover
Sunday, April 7th 
* Taught by Ellen Nadler * Details to follow 

Wednesday, March 13th 

7:00PM at 

The Kickin' Chicken, West Ashley


Photos Wanted

To help us tell the story of Purim we are 

Requesting funny family photos.

Please email them to Daphne at




Around Town

Don't miss the Charleston Premier of To Dust, Thursday, March 14 @ 7 pm, opener of the Jewish Filmfest weekend at the Terrace. A grief-stricken Hasidic widower (Géza Röhrig), haunted by visions of his wife's decomposing corpse, enlists the help of an incredulous biology professor (Matthew Broderick). This charming buddy comedy  explores the dimensions of death. 


Rabbi Adam Rosenbaum of Synagogue Emanu-El will lead a discussion and comment on the film's themes after the screening. 


"Writer-director Shawn Snyder makes a strikingly original and winsome feature debut."  

-- Andrea Gronvall, Chicago Reader


"Broderick being well-cast as the sad sack who just wants to .. listen to Jethro Tull no surprise, but it's Röhrig who owns To Dust, an early contender for one of the best films of 2019."-- Sherilyn Connelly SF Weekly

Dear Friends,

We are so excited to announce our INCREDIBLE lineup of films at the Terrace Film Festival, March 14-17.  Please share the schedule below and attached with your mailing list.   We are especially excited about our speakers after the screenings of Fig Tree and Who will Write Our History on Sunday, March 17.  See you at the movies!


Warm regards,



Fig Tree

Sunday, March 17 @ 12:30 

In this coming of age drama, a Jewish teen in 1989 war-torn Ethiopia tries to save those she loves and navigate her own fate.  Nominated for five Israeli Academy 


Holy Lands Saturday, March 16 @ 7 pm and Sunday, March 16@ 4:30 pm

In this moving tale of a dysfunctional family, James Caan plays a retired American cardiologist who becomes a pig farmer in Israel. 


Never Look Away Friday, March 15 @ 2:30 pm

An artist hero loosely based on well known visual artist Gerhard Richter offers a perfect pretext for re-examining Germany's calamitous past, from the rise of the Nazis before World War II through postwar division to unification in unimagined 


To Dust Thursday, March 14(opening night) @ 7pm and Sunday, March 17 @ 7 pm

A grief-stricken Hasidic widower haunted by visions of his wife's decomposing corpse enlists the help of an incredulous biology professor (Matthew Broderick). This charming buddy comedy also explores the dimensions of death.  


Who Will write Our History  Sunday, March 17 @ 2:30 pm

Led by Emanuel Ringelblum and known by the code name Oyneg Shabes Jewish intellectuals in the Warsaw Ghetto buried letters, confessionals, poems, and photographs.  Rarely seen footage and stunning dramatizations to transport us inside the Ghetto. 







Sun, May 19 2019 14 Iyyar 5779