‍‍ חשון / כסלו ה תשעב - November, 2011

  • Social Action Committee News

    Posted ‍‍ג כסלו ה תשעב - Nov 29th, 2011 By in Social Action With | Comments Off helping hands (brown)

    1) Tzedakah Box: Our Tzedakah Box donations for the last three months of  2011 will go to MAZON. MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing and alleviating hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds. Since its founding in 1985, MAZON, which means “food” or “sustenance” in Hebrew, …

  • Books relating to Sacred Aging

    Posted ‍‍ג כסלו ה תשעב - Nov 29th, 2011 By in Library With | Comments Off

    Books relating to Sacred Aging in our Righter Library holdings:  That You May Live Long: Caring for Our Aging Parents, Caring for Ourselves , edited by Hara Person and Rabbi Richard F. Address, offers Jewish perspectives on helping those close to us as they grow older as well as perspectives to help us deal with …

  • Knitting Circle – Creating for Ourselves and Others in the FJC

    Posted ‍‍ג כסלו ה תשעב - Nov 29th, 2011 By in Adult Learning, Lifelong Learning, Social Action With | Comments Off knitting

    Led by Member Ilene Karnow Daytime, evening, and Sunday morning sessions to be offered in January Just ask anyone who knits while waiting for an appointment, at a child’s sporting event, a meeting, or while riding a bus – a conversation about something knitted will ensue and a connection is formed. Knitting has been shown …

  • Pre-Occupied

    Posted ‍‍יא חשון ה תשעב - Nov 8th, 2011 By in Rabbi's Thoughts With | Comments Off

    I am Pre-Occupied. Which is simply another way of saying that I am playing catch-up on the Occupy Wall Street phenomenon as it is being played out here on Cape Cod, across our country and throughout the world. I have read essays and articles thoughtfully provided me by members of this congregation, I have spent …

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