Student Services, Recitals, Sermons, and more!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Cincinnati - at 10:50 am unless otherwise noted:
Feb. 27 at 10:30: Leading Services: Dr. Richard Sarason
Mar. 1: Leading Services: David Gerber
Mar. 3: Leading Services: Jessica Rosenthal
Mar. 4: Leading Services: PJ Schwartz

Los Angeles - at 10 am:
Mar. 1: Schaliach Tzibbur: Luann Tyzzer; Reading Torah: Suzy Stone; D'var Torah: Joel Abramowitz; Gabbai: Jordi Schuster
Mar. 4: Schaliach Tzibbur: Luann Tyzzer and Cantor Kent; Reading Torah: Leah Jordan; D'var Torah: Sarah Bassin; Gabbai: Beau Shapiro
 
New York - at 10 am unless otherwise noted:
Mar. 1: Rabbi: Joshua Stanton; Cantor: Faryn Kates; Reading Torah: Lisa Kingston; Gabbai: Nicole Deblosi
Mar. 2 at 10:45am:  School of Education Practica: Philip Bazeley presents "From Where Does My Help Come? A Spiritual Approach to Our Unpredictable Bodies and Souls."  It is a curriculum designed to help community members build up their spiritual endurance when confronted with chronic and terminal illness, as well as the development of physical and mental difficulties.
Mar. 2 at 11am: School of Education Practica: David Levy: "Kiddush Levana; Creating Holy Space for Men" is designed to reach out to young men in there 20’s and 30’s, and invite them to consider the place of Judaism, friendship, and the Jewish community in their lives.   Through a series of educational programs, the participants will interact with Judaism through the ritual of Kiddush Levana, Jewish texts and principles, as well as filtered through their own life experiences.
Mar. 3 at 10:45 am: School of Sacred Music Senior Cantorial Recital: Star Trompeter
Mar. 4: Reading Torah: Alicia Stillman; Gabbai: Luke Hawley; Sermon: Carole Gould
Jerusalem:
Mar. 4 at 8:30am: Leading Services: Emily Barth; Dvar Torah: Carmela Blau


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