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Congregation Netivot Shalom - Shabbat Shalom!
Shabbat Toldot

November 2, 2103 / 29 Cheshvan 5774


Scholar in Residence Shabbat with Rabbi Aaron Alexander

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


Rabbi Menachem Creditor, Rabbi of Congregation Netivot Shalom

Psukei D'Zimra

Eugene Berg


Josh Diamant

Torah Service

Elie Singer

Calling Gabbai

Debby Graudenz

Pointing Gabbai

Claire Sherman

Torah Reading:  Bereishit 25:19 - 26:22 (pg. 146)

Rishon    25: 19-22

Pat Goldman

Sheini     25: 23-26

Gabriel Stein-Bodenheimer

Shlishi    25: 27-34

Gabriel Stein-Bodenheimer

Revi'i      26: 1-5

David Mostardi

Chamishi   26: 6-12

Moshe Arzt

Shishi    26: 13-16

Moshe Arzt

Shvi'i   26: 17-22

Moshe Arzt

Maftir   26: 19-22

Moshe Arzt

Haftarah  1 Samuel 20:18 - 42 (p.1216)

Barbara Wezeleman

Birkat HaChodesh

Judy Massarano


Rabbi Aaron Alexander


Alice Webber

Board Representative

Howie Miller

Birkat HaMazon


Kiddush is sponsored by Kiddush is sponsored in honor of our Scholar in Residence Rabbi Alexander by the Adult Ed Committee.


Refuah Shleima: A complete healing to Pat Goldman, 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 bat Raizel Bella, Aviya bat Sara v' Avraham, Shmuel ben Zipora , and Shmuel ben marsha v michael

Yahrzeits include:  Mary Ann Freiberg, Pauline V. Friedman, Robert Glickler, Norman Kramer, Doris Rice Kudisch, Pauline Kunofsky, Philip Magorian, Joseph Papo, James Dale Pittenger, Robert Reisman, Samuel Samuels, Sam Schoenfeld, Harvey Senturia, Shalva Sorani, Sadie Weinstein

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To kneel is
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God damn it.

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