Ma Nishma? It’s Hebrew for What’s new? What’s going on? What’s happening?
You’ll find all the latest Temple Sinai goings-on right here.
Shalom Chaveirim/Dear Friends:
When I came to Temple Sinai back in 1998 I had not lived in any one place longer than three years, at least not since I was a kid. So the fact that I've been here for almost 23 years is really astounding. But as Jerry Seinfeld said when he decided to end his TV show, "I wanted the end to be from a point of strength. I wanted the end to be graceful."
And so it is that I have made the decision to retire at the end of this school year, while the Temple is strong, in good hands, and before I've reached my expiration date.
Temple has been a source of love, joy, inspiration, and strength to me over these years. I've made wonderful friends and connections, had great times, and above all, loved working with the many, many children over the years.
I’m not going anywhere, I’ll still be around. I won’t be the Education Director anymore, but I hope I will always be Morah Judy.
Chazak, chazak, v'nitchazek/May we go from strength to strength,
EVERYBODY: Come in costume.
That includes parents lurking in the background!
“Let all who are hungry come and eat.” Isaiah 55:1
Education Committee & Social Action Committee
Passover begins March 27. Many folks have the custom to clear their homes of “hametz,” proscribed foods for the holiday. We’re combining the holiday cleaning with food-shelf giving. Here are the days and times you can drop off items with a list of items that are always needed. Of course you may include other items as well:
Thursday, March 25 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Friday, March 26 from 8 am to 10 am
Saturday, March 27 from 8 am to 10 am
Shalom Horim/Dear Parents:
Lastly, with all the events we've had at Temple involving food, A LOT of plates, containers, bags, baking pans, etc. have gotten left behind in the kitchen. Next time you're here, please check to see if maybe some are yours. Additionally, we've got quite a collection of water bottles piling up. Maybe one of those is yours too?
Dvash - Honey דְבַֹש
Degel - Flag דֶגֶל
Dahg - Fish דָג