This week's services:  Friday @ 6:15PM, Saturday @ 9:30AM, Yom Kippur Services (see schedule on website)

Friday night services will be held at the home of the Rabbi.  The address is 1506 Victoria Avenue.  Enter via the door nearest the driveway.

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  1. (JTA) — High school textbooks in Texas have blamed the Arab world for its conflict with Israel — and they will continue to do so following a review of the state’s public school curriculum. The Texas State Board of Education voted on Friday to keep a social studies requirement that high school students learn that...

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  2. (JTA) — A professor at the University of Michigan is under fire for saying he can’t write a letter of recommendation for study in Israel because he supports a boycott of the country. John Cheney-Lippold, a professor of American culture, declined to recommend junior Abigail Ingber for a semester abroad in Israel because he supports...

    The post U of Michigan professor refuses to recommend student for study in Israel because of BDS appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

  3. (JTA) — The New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox will meet in a rare midweek day game in the Bronx on the eve of Yom Kippur. The game was scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday in order to avoid conflicting with Judaism’s holiest day of the year, The New York Times reported. A Red...

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  4. (JTA) — It was quite a Jewish night at the 70th Emmy Awards. While co-host Michael Che joked that most of the first winners, despite being white, did not thank Jesus, the explanation may have been that almost all of them were Jewish. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” the Amazon show about a Jewish housewife turned stand-up...

    The post ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ wins 8 Emmy Awards appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

  5. WHIPPANY, N.J. (New Jersey Jewish News via JTA) — A homemade explosive device found affixed to a headstone in a Jewish cemetery in New Jersey “could have gone off,” according to local police. The device was discovered on Sunday at the B’nai Abraham Cemetery in Newark during the Jewish Federation Cemetery Visiting Day, a public event organized...

    The post Homemade bomb found affixed to headstone in NJ Jewish cemetery appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

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Date: Sep 19 '18
Sponsor: Jack Eisenberg
Yom Kippur Break the Fast Kiddush in honour of father Harold (Israel) Eisenberg (AH)
 
Date: Feb 16 '19
Sponsor: Regina Novak
In honour of my husband Morris Novak (AH) yahrzeit
 

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