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Fwd: Announcements from Congregation Netivot Shalom


Congregation Netivot Shalom - Shabbat Shalom! 

Shabbat Lech Lecha - 12 October 2013 / 08 Cheshvan 5774  

Adult Bar Mitzvah of Jim Mavrikios 

New! Click Here to Access the Netivot Shalom Calendar of Events

  

Rabbi Menachem Creditor, Rabbi of Congregation Netivot Shalom

Psukei D'Zimra

Rabbi Michael Rothbaum

Shacharit

Brenda Goldstein

Torah Service

Carole Baden

Calling Gabbai

Rabbi Pam Frydman

Pointing Gabbai

Jerry Derblich

Torah Reading:  Bereishit 12:1 - 13:18 (pg. 69)

Rishon    12:1-3

David Gill

Sheini     12:4-9

Len Fellman

Shlishi    12:10-13

Jacob Richards

Revi'i      12:14-20

Max Weintraub

Chamishi   13:1-4

Rabbi Tzvi Bar David

Shishi    13:5-11

Dan Feld

Shvi'i   13:12-18

Jim Mavrikios

Maftir   13:16-18

Jim Mavrikios

Haftarah   Isaiah 40:27-41:16 (p.95)

Rabbi Jack Gabriel

D'rash

Jim Mavrikios

Musaf

Jim Mavrikios

Board Representative

David Radwin

Birkat HaMazon

TBD

Refuah Shleima: A complete healing to Carol Cunradi, Larry Amernick, Dina Beck, Dennis Blazewick, Lydia Brose, Caroline Chamberlain, Betty Finn, Helene Garber, Samuel Gold, Sheldon Koiles, Florence Leffler, Cristofer Lix, Estelle Macy,  Lorraine Rosenblatt, Helene Rosov, Matt Ruppel, Michael Steinbaugh, William Steinbaugh, Bernarda Strauss,  Karen Weiner, Joanna Weinberg,  Connie Weissman, Miriam bat Malka, Yehudah ben Rachel, Yehudah Tsvi ben Tsipora, Miriam Simcha bat Chaya, Sara Ita bas Raizel Bella, Aviya bat Sara v Avraham, Shmuel ben Zipora , and Shmuel ben marsha v micael

 

Yahrzeits include:  Peggy Alper, Moshe Aronstein, Sylvia Ball, Sophie Wollach Bardach, Jules M. Blum, Richard Burdman, Harold Burkhardt, Flora Concus, Adele Eisenberg, Rabbi Chanan Feld, Lawrence Freiberg, Sylvia grandmother, Maria Greenfield, Adolfo Guendelman, Eleanor Jeffrey, Jeffrey Kabatznick, Ernest Keller, Jospeh Kingsley, Max Levine, Esther Lifschitz, Moe Lubin, Doris Rose, Herman L. Schuman, Nathan Schwartz, Isadore Sherman, Deborah Slater, Alan E. Strauss, Ruth Strauss, Harry Vogel, Morris Wollach

 



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