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February 13, 2019 | 8 Adar 1 5779
Rabbi Harold Kravitz9:30 am in the Chapel
Speaker: Rabbi Harold Kravitz

Shabbat Mincha and Seudah Shelisheet—5:10 pm

Shabbat Ma'ariv and Havdalah—6:20 pm


For your home observance - Friday Night Candle Lighting: 5:23 pm

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Makom Fridays—NEW LOCATION
Friday, February 15 • 6-10 pm

Co-sponsored by JPride in the Adath Foyer. Jayce Koester, J-Pride Coordinator, will give the D'var Torah. DETAILS

Torah for Tots Childcare
February 16 • 10 am-12 pm in Room Gimel in Gan Shelanu

Childcare for children 2 years-PreK
Fun, interactive play time. Includes Shabbat stories from the Torah, Shabbat-appropriate activities and games.
Jewish Studies for a Better World Brunch Series
Sunday, February 17 • 10:15 am-12:15 pm in the Appelbaum Social Hall

For Whom Are We Responsible—and How? The third part of this series, moderated by Rabbi Kravitz, will be "I am Jewish and American: Is Making this World a Better Place my Responsibility?" with Rabbi Steve Gutow—past president and CEO of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.

RSVP Required
Adath Reads: The Adath Book Club
Sunday, February 17 • 1-3 pm in the Library

This month we'll be meeting at a LATER time (please note the time change above) and will be discussing "Everyman" by Philip Roth. 

We'll be meeting again on March 31 at our regular time of 10:30 am-12 pm to discuss "People of the Book" by Geraldine Brooks—a Jewish historical fiction just in time for Passover.
You're not going to want to miss Ernest Bloch's Sacred Service in its entirety at Adath on Sunday, March 3 at 4:30 pm. But what IS the Sacred Service? And who is Ernest Bloch? Check out the video, then secure tickets at bit.ly/blochatadath

In This Issue...

Etzion Senior Study Group with Jim Sherman
Monday, February 18 • 1:30-3 pm


Enjoy food for thought (and body) as we freely discuss ideas that are found in written materials based on Jewish values. If you've never attended, you're always welcome.

 
Also in this issue:
After receiving this lovely note from Harry Hasko (Gan class of 2014), Gan Shelanu purchased a trampoline for the Large Muscle Room. The kids love jumping and bouncing on it (especially Harry’s cousin, Jackson, Gan class of 2021).
JDAIM: Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance & Inclusion Month

The Torah of Disability Inclusion

Friday-Sunday, February 22-24
Rabbi Ruti ReganCelebrate a weekend of JDAIM (Jewish Disability Awareness Inclusion Month) learning with Numero-Steinfeldt Scholar-in-Residence Rabbi Ruti Regan—feminist rabbi, liturgist and a disabled disability advocate. Rabbi Ruti Regan will give D’var Torah Shabbat morning on "Standing our Sacred Ground" and lead a special Makom co-sponsored Learn After Lunch on Shabbat titled "From Degradation to Praise: A disability-informed approach to the Haggadah."

Painting of Refugees by Michelle Basman

Immigration:
How Can I Help?

Sunday, February 24 • 10:30 am-12 pm

Come and learn more about the experiences of immigrants—their hardships, challenges and hopes. This brunch event will feature speaker Luz Lopez. 

RSVP strongly encouraged

Intro to Mah Jongg

Thursdays, February 21 & 28 • 7-8:30 pm
Have you always wanted to learn how to play Mah Jongg? Participants receive a 2018 Mah Jongg card at first class. Bring a Mah Jongg set, if you have one, and kosher snack to share. No experience necessary.

Cost: $15 RSVP Required

Adath Youth Department Parents are baking hamentashen this year!
Get your Purim treats in apricot, poppyseed or prune.
 
Bakers dozen - $12 / Half dozen - $6
ORDER ONLINE by Tuesday, February 26

Pick-up between March 14-15 at the Adath kitchen or contact Sue Shrell Leon at 952.215.3910 or suel@adath.net. You can also pick up orders at the Purim Carnival on Sunday, March 17 from 11:30 am-2:30 pm where additional hamentashen will be available for purchase.
Winter Programming
The Center for Learning & SpiritualityIntro to Mah Jongg with Kara Rosenwald — Thursday, February 21 • 7-8:30 pm
Judaism Behind the Veil with Jim Sherman — Sunday, February 24 • 9:30 am minyan, 10 am breakfast and class
Planting Roots: Building a Jewish Communal Conversation Around Fertility Journeys — Sunday, March 3 • 10-11:30 am
The Wandering (Vegan) Jew with Zehorit Heilicher — Thursday, March 7 • 7-9 pm
Check our website to see a full list of classes, programs, study groups & more!

Weekly Torah Portion: Shabbat Tetzaveh

Every week, JTS (Jewish Theological Seminary) sends out new commentaries created by their faculty, students and staff.

In this Torah portion, God appoints Aaron and his sons as priests. God describes the priestly clothing and explains how to properly sanctify the priests. Aaron is commanded to make incense offerings to God every morning on an altar. God explains that once a year Aaron will make an offering on that altar to atone for all of the Israelites’ sins.

Print a copy to discuss during Shabbat dinner with your family & friends.

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