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April 2014
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Nisan, 5774 Volume 18, Issue 8
From the New American Haggadah…
New Haggadah? Why Not!?
H
ere we are. Here we are, [ready to gather] to
celebrate the oldest continually practices ritual
in the Western world, to retell what is arguably
the best known of all stories, to take part in the most
widely practiced Jewish holiday.… Here we [will be],
as night descends in succession over all of the Jews of
the world, with a book in front of us.
Jews have a special relationship to books, and the
Haggadah has been translated more widely, and reprinted more often than any other Jewish book. It is not a
work of history or philosophy, not a prayer book, user’s
manual, time line, poem, or palimpsest—and yet it is
all of these things. The Torah is the foundational text
for Jewish law, but the Haggadah is our book of living
memory. We are not merely telling a story here. We are
being called to a radical act of empathy. Here we are,
embarking on an ancient, perennial attempt to give human life—our lives—dignity.
The need for new Haggadahs does not imply the
failure of existing one, but the struggle to engage everyone at the table in a time that is unlike any that has come
before. Our translation must know our idiom, our commentaries must wrestle with our conflicts, our design
must respond to how our world looks and feels.…
Here we are: Individuals remembering a shared past
and in pursuit of a shared destiny. The seder is a protest
against despair. The universe might appear deaf to our
In this issue…
Board/Committee Info Board News
Book Discussion Group flyer
Calendar
Community Seder flyer
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fears and hopes, but we are not—so we gather, and share
them, and pass them down—more than one hundred
generations of Jews have been here as we are—and we
will continue to wait for it. And we will not wait idly.
As we read [the words of the Haggadah]—as
our people’s ink-stained fingers turn its wine-stained
pages—new Haggadahs are being written. And as
future Jews at future tables read those Haggadahs, other
Haggadahs will be written. New Haggadahs will be
written until there are no more Jews to write them. Or
until our destiny has been fulfilled, and there is no more
need to say “Next year in Jerusalem.”
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Did you know?
In 1972, in Brooklyn, a women’s collective created the
first feminist Haggadah.
In 2006, the Center for Cultural Judaism published
The Liberated Haggadah, for those who identify as
cultural, secular, and humanist Jews.
In 2007, the first Haggadah designed for Jewish Buddhists was published.
In 2012, the New American Haggadah was published
with (among other commentaries) a “Playground”
commentary by Lemony Snicket.
In 2014, you can make your very own Haggadah at
http://www.haggadot.com/.
Community News 5
Contributions Form
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In Our Shul
6
Justice & Peace Series
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May Musical Shabbat flyer
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New American Haggadah 1
Romeo and Juliet Club
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Services & Celebrations
2
Thank Yous
6–7
April Services & Celebrations
Torah Study
Saturday, April 5 at 10 a.m. – noon
Lead by Seth Fishman
Location: at Norma Kaplis’s home, 787 Washington
Crossing Rd., Newtown, PA 18940
Please RSVP to Norma so she knows how to
prepare: 215-968-3072 or [email protected]
mac.com.
Shabbat Services followed by
our potluck dinner
Friday, April 11
6:30 p.m. Completely Singing Service
led by Rabbi Anna Boswell-Levy
7:30 p.m. Dairy Delicious Potluck
RSVP for dinner to Elana Braz at [email protected]
verizon.net.
Location: The Mollie Dodd Anderson Library at
George School
Community
Seder
Tuesday April 15 @ 6 p.m.
(set up @ 5:30 p.m.)
Bring your family, and invite
your friends!
Location: at Newtown Friends Meetinghouse, Court
Street, Newtown
See flyer of page 3 for details.
RSVP for dinner to Elana Braz at
Tzedek v’Shalom
P.O. Box 863
Newtown, PA 18940
(215) 860-0119
[email protected]
http://tzedekvshalom.org
Rabbi Anna Boswell-Levy
215-287-5128
Board Leadership:
Treasurer: Joel Bacher Debby Bossio Linda Gold (Membership Chair)
Naomi Mindlin
Ralph Posmontier
Past President:
Jerry Manas
215-860-3565
215-801-2005
215-741-4571
215-757-8921
215-579-2644
215-341-6413
[email protected]
Questions? Contact Rabbi Anna at 215-287-5128 or
[email protected]
Please sign up with Elana to let her know how many
people will be coming with you and to talk with her
about what you can bring for the meal. As usual,
we will be serving meat, so please make sure your
contribution is dairy-free. We will make sure there
are an abundance of vegetarian dishes as well.
You can bring your own dishes, or we will supply paper
goods for you. You can also bring your own Seder
plate if you wish. Please bring:
• one box of matzah per family/group
• one bottle of Kosher for Passover wine and/or
grape juice per family/group
• your favorite haggadah, one for each person in
your group
IMPORTANT: Please plan to help set up AND clean up!
Saturday, April 19
Shabbat Service and Torah Study
at 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Service led by Rabbi Anna Boswell-Levy
Location: at Newtown Friends Meetinghouse, Court
Street, Newtown
Song-filled, contemplative Shabbat morning service with
Torah reading and discussion, followed by Kiddush.
Torah Study
Saturday, May 3 at 10 a.m. – noon
Location: at a member’s home TBA
Please contact Linda Gold at [email protected] if
you would like to volunteer to host or lead.
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Committee Chairs and Coordinators:
Acts of Caring
Debbie Chong
215-504-9268
Jeanlu Ryersbach
215-943-4565
Spiritual Life: Diane Gold
215-295-2028
Webmaster: Jerry Manas
215-698-7957
Youth Advisors: Bennett Garfield and Abby Yaffe.
Please feel free to contact any member of
our Board for any additional information.
Newsletter Editor: Naomi Mindlin 215-757-8921
To submit news to the newsletter:
email: [email protected]
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• festive meat/pareve RSVP potluck meal*
* Please bring matzah, wine, and haggadot for your family.
RSVP to Elana and choose your potluck dish
to bring: 215-750-0836 or
[email protected]
Would you like to lead a part of the seder or
share a favorite Passover song or reading?
Need more info?
Contact Rabbi Anna:
215-287-5128 or [email protected]
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Tzedek v’Shalom
Singing Shabbat
Friday, May 9th at 6:30 p.m.
on the road…
at the Kol Emet, 1360 Oxford
Valley Road, Yardley, PA
Come join Bobbie, Debbie, Seth,
Francine, and Max as they lead/sing our
Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma’ariv
Service,
with Musical Director Jack Kessler, our very own Ralph on drums,
Robert Glatzer on keyboard, and hopefully a few more players. Jack is the director of
the ALEPH Cantorial Ordination Program, teaches voice and hazzanut, and is the vocal lead
of two touring ensembles ATZILUT—CONCERTS FOR PEACE, a duet format of Arab and
Jewish musicians performing together, and KLINGON KLEZMER.
The service starts at 6:30 and will take about an hour. Except for a short d’var Torah, a few page
numbers, and the appropriate silent prayers, it will be totally sung! With a special mix of old
Tzedek v’Shalom favorites and some new music, this will be joyful, moving Shabbat!
Afterwards we will keep our Shabbat tradition and have a Potluck Dinner. Please bring a
generously sized vegetarian/dairy entrée and drink to share. You may bring an additional dessert if
you’d like. Also, please bring serving utensils. We will provide the rest.
We’d appreciate an RSVP to Elana Braz at [email protected] so we can get a head count.
Please let your Jewish and/or music-loving friends know about this service. Everyone is welcome.
For questions, email Max Yaffe at [email protected]
Jack Kessler has been called a one-man force of nature in Jewish music. (He has also been
called the Jewish Sun Ra; and he claims to have been called late for dinner). He sang Jewish liturgical
music as a Hazzan (Cantor) for twenty years before he decided that he prefers singing with a band.
Jack is musical director, vocalist, and composer-arranger for Klingon Klez, which describes itself as
“good old-fashioned, heartwarming, foot-stompin’ fun-for-the-whole family klez/funk fusion from
another planet.” He also directs Atzilut, a ten-member ensemble that performs Concerts for Peace,
featuring Arab and Jewish musicians in concert together. An excerpt from one review of Azilut
proclaims, “Cantor Jack Kessler’s deep, resonant voice, playing against Shaheen’s violin, and the
entire ensemble, is amazing! The result is music that gets deeper the longer that you listen, but that is
also a relaxing pleasure the first time through.”
To hear a range of Jack Kessler’s talents, listen to excerpts at http://atzilutmusic.com/ourmusic.htm
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Board News
Bellevue Ave.)
Everybody is welcome.
Joel Bacher [email protected]
* Reconstructionist Old Men Eating Out and Jewish
Unorthodox Ladies Interested in Eating and Talking
The next Board meeting will be on Wednesday,
April 9th at 7 p.m. at Naomi Mindlin’s home, 301 Hill
Avenue, Langhorne, PA. All members are welcome to
attend meetings, or volunteer to join the Board.
Contact information for the Board is on page 3 of
this newsletter.
Congregational Meeting Results
On March 4th, Debby Bossio e-mailed the minutes
of our March 2nd Congregational Meeting to all
members. If you would like to receive that document
again, please contact Debby at [email protected]
comcast.net.
After kavannot, reports on our activities this
year, and discussion — with the help of our fabulous
facilitator Robin Eisenberg — everyone paused to
mark the flipboard listing our options for our future.
The nearly unanimous results were in favor of: Student
Rabbi/Guest Rabbi, Chavurah, or Musical/Arts
Chavurah.
Where do we go from here to get things done?
Robin again facilitated. And with seemingly little
effort, people who offered their time and energy to keep
us MOVING FORWARD:
“Student Rabbi/Guest Rabbi”: Joel decided to lead
a committee to investigate student/guest rabbis. Debbie
Chong and Noa Kuzma will help. They will come up
with a list of questions to investigate. Contact Joel if
you can help: [email protected]
Connection to other congregation: Ralph will
lead finding out within a local congregations: if we
can go (join) with them; requirements, questions,
needs/concerns. Jerry, Jennifer, and Joan will give
input (phone #s, etc.). Contact Ralph if you can help:
[email protected]
Chavurah: Diane will research the Chavurah
definition/requirements from the official organization,
including dues structures. Contact Diane if you want to
help with this: [email protected]
On May 4th, we will have a congregational
meeting to discuss our findings. This meeting will also
be facilitated by Robin Eisenberg.
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TvS Romeo and Juliet Club
The ROMEO and JULIET lunch club meets every
month at a location offering delicious food, with
our fine company. The next meeting will be held on
Wednesday, April 23, 1:00 p.m., at the Langhorne
Coffee House, corner of Maple and Bellevue (102 S.
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Community News
This month, Sh’ma focuses on the many different
meanings of spirituality. You can view/read the entire
issue online at http://www.shmadigital.com/shma/april_
2014#pg1.
Sh’ma is curating a very special Haggadah supplement
for Haggadot.com with contributions from its readers!
They are soliciting artwork, readings, traditions, fun
games—even recipes—so that the Sh’ma community
will teach and learn from one another at the seder table.
Send all contributions to [email protected] by Tuesday,
April 8th.
Princeton Public Library’s Local Author Day:
Members of Tzedek v’Shalom are cordially invited
to attend the Local Author Day, April 12th at 1 p.m.
at Princeton Public Library. Author Judy Petsonk will
discuss her book Queen of the Jews, a historical novel
about the forgotten Maccabee Queen Salome Alexandra
(Shalom-Zion) of Judea. Queen Shalom-Zion played a
pivotal role in the transformation from Temple Judaism to today’s rabbinic Judaism. For more information
about Queen Shalom-Zion, view the video at www.
judypetsonk.com. If you are unable to come on April
12, you can buy the paperback or e-book on Amazon.
com. For more information about the Princeton Public
Library event, please contact Shelly Hawk, Event and
Library Associate, Princeton Public Library, at 609924-9529 x287 or [email protected]
April “Reject and Protect” Actions to Highlight Risks to Communities along Pipeline
Route: A coalition of tribal communities, ranchers,
farmers, Canadian First Nations, environmental groups
and communities along the Keystone XL tar sands
pipeline route announce “Reject and Protect,” a series
of actions, tribal ceremonies and a march in DC the
week of April 22–27. For information, visit http://rejectandprotect.org/.
GRATZ COLLEGE SUMMER COURSES
ONLINE, ON CAMPUS AND ABROAD Online Courses - Log in from anywhere!
• Mechina Hebrew
• Using Technology to Build Community and Grow
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• Book of Judges: Tribal Israel and the Formation of
a Nation • Building a Jewish Life: Concepts and Curriculum in
Jewish Early Childhood Education
• American Jewish Culture: Food and Foodways • Their Brother's Keepers: Rescuers and Righteous
Gentiles
• The Holocaust and History
• Genocide in the Balkans: The Eastern European
Genocide of the 1990's
• Popes, Jews and Blood: From Medieval to Modern
Times
See online course descriptions. New students may
try up to two courses non-matric (without applying to a degree or certificate program). Please use
the non-matric registration form on our registration
page.
Summer Institute: An entire course in 6 days!
• Beginners Hebrew Parts I & II
• Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Managers in the
Jewish Community • The American Jewish Experience in Film
• Jewish Folklore • Rhythms of Jewish Life: The Calendar and Life
Cycle
• Teaching the Holocaust • Holocaust Art • Adult Faith Development for the Jewish Educator
The Jewish-Christian Encounter
• Leadership and Group Dynamics Summer Institute brochure with registration forms.
Questions, contact Mindy Blechman, 215-635-7300,
x154 or [email protected] LAST CALL!
Poland Travel-Study Tour June 24–July 6, 2014
Academic credit available.
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In Our Shul…
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Available at http://shop.
equalexchange.coop/pesach
Please also remember Arline Kessler, Paula Adler’s
mother.
Home Bound (and would love visitors!)
Susan Kitces, Anna Kitces’s mom (lives at the
Kitces/Fishman residence)
Ettie Kernis, Bobbie Posmontier’s mom — now at
home, still recuperating.
Eddie Mann, Diane Gold’s dad (lives at Manor Care
in Yardley)
Lifecycle Events at TvS
Birthdays:
Stephen Perloff
Stephen Blumenthal
Evan Bossio
Joan Amatniek
Brandice Ann Sarandea
Yahrzeits:
Yahrzeit dates are listed here by the Jewish death
day (according to the Jewish calendar) and its
Gregorian equivalent this year. The original death
date follows in parenthesis when available.
Dorothy Schwartz 6 Nisan/April 6 (3/28/85)
Ruth Schwalb
8 Nisan/April 8 (4/4/98)
Victor Yaffe
8 Nisan/April 8 (4/8/76)
David Kernis
12 Nisan/April 12 (3/27/10)
Lillian Mindlin
19 Nisan/April 19 (4/6/07)
Ralph Augusta Posmontier
24 Nisan/April 24 (4/11/42)
Carroll Gold 27 Nisan/April 24 (5/1/1981)
Raymond Kuzma
4 Iyar/May 4 (5/4/76)
Pearl Schwartz
15 Iyar/May 15 (4/26/94)
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Refuah Shleymah (Get Well Wishes)
Please remember Kina Leitner in your prayers. Norma
reminds us that we are holding Kina “in the light”
Mondays at 9:00 pm. Approximately 10 minutes.
For those who cannot do Mondays, like Bobbie P.,
we thought a Tuesday option could be added. Do one
or both, same time. If you want any suggestions on a
format, feel free to call Norma at 267-872-5862, or
just “do what comes to you”.
April 5
April 9
April 13
April 14
April 19
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One Weekend in March…
Were you there Friday night for the [March] singing
service? I found it so enjoyable and so did 25 others.
What a turn out and you weren’t there or maybe you
were and I know you enjoyed it as much as I did.
What a way to experience our Jewish tradition by
joining with others, feeling it within, and singing
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it out. Of course the food was wonderful as usual
thanks to all the good cooks and shoppers.
And Saturday night Purim was amazing! The Rabbi
had so many costumes, her acting ability was right
on. All of the skits had us laughing and clapping.
Were we silly enough? I think so! I came home and
couldn’t stop singing the Mickey Mouse song, thank
you Naomi! And speaking of Naomi, she was the
cutest Bar Mitzvah boy. Not to forget Ralph’s hat,
Joel’s musical presentation, Burt and Ernie, and so
many others including all those who did readings in
what accent?!
Thanks so much to a wonderful group of people!
– Linda Gold, Roving Reporter
Thank you to Naomi Mindlin who hosted and lead our
Shabbat Torah Study in March.
Thank you to everyone who helped to plan, gave
reports, and attended our congregational meeting
early in March.Thank you especially to Robin
Eisenberg, Noa and Frumi’s friend, who volunteered
Thank you to everyone who helped to plan, gave
reports, and attended our congregational meeting
early in March.
Thank you to Max for organizing and Bobbie, Debbie,
Seth, Francine, and Max, and musical director
Hannah Spiro for leading our Musical Shabbat
in March. What a warm and joyous way to greet
Shabbat! And, as always, thank you to Elana for
organizing our potluck, scrumptious dinner.
Thank you to everyone who pitched in and brought
offerings for our Shabbat morning kiddush in March.
Thank you to Debby Bossio who hosted our board
meeting in March and fed the entire board—catered
by Bossio’s Deli, of course.
Thank you to Diane Gold who arranged for Stephen
Flatow to share “The Spirit of Alisa,” with us—a
moving story that poignantly conveys the high cost of
continued terrorism in Israel.
Book Discussion Group
The Wanting by Michael Lavigne
Sunday, May 18 @ 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
at Diane and Arnie Gold’s home
1 Eton Road, Yardley, PA 19067
Diane Gold will facilitate.
The Wanting is the 2013-2014
One Book, One Jewish Community (OBOJC) selection.
In the galvanizing opening of The Wanting, the celebrated
Russian-born postmodern architect Roman Guttman is
injured in a bus bombing, causing his life to swerve into
instability and his perceptions to become heightened
and disturbed as he embarks on an ill-advised journey
into Palestinian territory. The account of Roman’s desert
odyssey alternates with the vivacious, bittersweet diary of his
thirteen-year-old daughter, Anyusha, and the startlingly alive
witnessings of Amir, the young Palestinian who pushed the button and now observes the havoc
he has wrought from a shaky beyond. Enriched by flashbacks to tale of Anyusha’s mother, a
famous Russian refusenik who died for her beliefs, The Wanting is a poignant study of the costs
of extremism. It is most satisfying, however, as a story of characters enmeshed in their imperfect
love for one another and for the heartbreakingly complex world in which they live.
Other books will be chosen for subsequent discussions at that meeting bring suggestions.
For more information, contact Diane at
215-295-2028 or [email protected]
April 4, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
Newtown Friends Meeting
219 Court St., Newtown PA
Do the Math premiered on April 21, 2013 the night before Earth Day.
It is a short inspiring film documenting Bill McKibben’s tour around the
country to educate and empower the people of our country to take action
against our fossil fuel economy.
Climate change at its core is a moral and spiritual problem. Please come see
this landmark film, which has sparked a global movement, and join us as
people of faith to continue the conversation.
And return to NFMH for
Interfaith Earth Care
Potluck Dinner 6:00 p.m. April 12, 2014 - Speaker Jose Aguto from Friends Committee On National
Legislation, Washington, D.C. will speak about why and how people of faith can join together to be catalysts and spark bipartisan congressional action in order to provide meaningful solutions to climate disruption. RSVP: Kathy Harr (215)499-6999 [email protected]
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Congregation Tzedek v’Shalom
Justice and Peace Speaker Series
Albert Algazi
presents the film
The Forgotten Refugees
Sunday, April 27 @ 2:30–5:00 p.m.
at the Mollie Dodd Anderson Library
George School, Newtown, PA
When Albert Algazi, a former member of the ancient Cairene Jewish community
of Cairo, Egypt, was born, the Cairene Jewish community was 80,000 strong, one
of the world’s most populous, sophisticated and successful Jewish communities
in history. As of the latest count in 2004, only 100 Jews remain. Algazi will
present the film The Forgotten Refugees, a documentary about the 20th-century
mass exodus of Jews from Arab countries and Iran, and lead a discussion.
Following the 50-minute documentary, produced by the nonprofit organization
The David Project, Algazi will discuss the following as related in the video:
• Jewish life in Egypt
• Jewish impact on the economy
• The Arab culture impact on the Jews
• Jewish customs
• Life stories of the Algazi family
• Questions and Answers
Albert Algazi was born in Cairo, Egypt, where he attended French Catholic schools as a Jew in the Moslem country. In early 1966, as a young teenager, he left Egypt with his family. Algazi speaks French and
Arabic fluently and learned to understand the Moslem Arab culture.Algazi. With several engineering and
management degrees, he has more than thirty-eight years of experience in the transportation industry.
He was the President of the NE Region of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) for twelve
years, and sat on the National board as a Director for six years. Algazi is the oldest of five siblings and
currently resides in Yardley, PA.
Suggested donation: $5.
For further information, contact
[email protected]
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Tzedek v’Shalom Calendar — April 2014 • Nisan 5774
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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2
3
Book of Job class
without Debbie
6 pm
@ Joel Bacher’s
home
4
5
Torah Study
10 am – noon
@ Norma Kaplis’s
home
9
Board
Meeting
7 pm @ the
Mindlin/
Perloff’s
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Book of Job class
without Debbie
6 pm
@ a member’s home
TBA
11
Musical Shabbat
Services
with Rabbi Anna
followed by potluck
6:30 pm @ the
Anderson Library at
George School
12
1 Nisan
Rosh Hodesh
Nisan
6
7
8
13
14
First Seder
15
16
Tzedek v’Shalom
Community Seder
5:30 pm (set up)
@ NFMH
17
Book of Job class
without Debbie
6 pm @ a member’s
home TBA
18
19
Shabbat Service &
Torah Study
with Rabbi Anna
10 am – noon @ a
NFMH
Erev Passover
Passover 1
Passover 2
Passover 3
Passover 4
Passover 5
21
22
26
Passover 8
(if observed)
24
Book of Job class
without Debbie
6 pm
@ a member’s home
TBA
25
Passover 7
23
Romeos &
Juliets
1 pm @
Langhorne
Coffee House
28
29
2
3
Torah Study
10 am – noon
@ a member’s
home TBA
20
Passover 6
27
Albert Algazi
Justice & Peace
Speaker Series
2:30 pm @ the
Anderson Library
at George School
30 30 Nisan May 1
1 Iyar
Hebrew classes
with Debbie
5:30 & 6 pm
@ the Chongs’
Rosh Hodesh
Iyar
Rosh Hodesh Iyar
4
Cong. Meeting
@ 2:30-5 pm
SAVE THE DATE
Congregational Meeting
Sunday, May @2:30–5 p.m.
Reports from our committees on How to Hire Part-time Rabbis,
Becoming a Havurah, and Affiliation with Other Synagogues
STAY TURNED FOR
MORE DETAILS
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Tzedek v’Shalom Tzedakah Opportunities
Donor (s) _____________________________________________Telephone ________________
Address_______________________________________________________________________
Date ____________ Enclosed is a contribution of $ ___________ to the following fund:
q General Operating Fund
q Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund
q Jordan Wallis TvS Memorial Fund
q Torah Fund
q Prayer Books Fund
q Tzedakah Fund
Please make checks payable to Tzedek v’Shalom.
Send to: Joel Bacher, Treasurer
Tzedek v’Shalom
Post Office Box 863
Newtown, PA 18940
Some suggested occasions you may wish to commemorate with your donations:
œ With Gratitude to: ____________________________________________________
For _____________________________________________________________
œ Mazel Tov to: Name(s) ________________________________________________
q On the birth / naming / adoption
q On his/her graduation / birthday
q On their wedding / engagement
of: _____________
/ wedding anniversary
q On becoming a bat/bar mitzvah
œ Condolences to: ___________________________________________ on the recent
death of _________________________________________________________
œ In memory of ________________________________________________________
œ Get well wishes (Refuah Shelemah) to: ____________________________________
œ Special message: ______________________________________________________
Please send an acknowledgment to:
Name ____________________________________________________________
Address __________________________________________________________
City/State/Zip Code ________________________________________________
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