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Visiting sick relatives and friends or sending them a note is Bikur Holim. Attending a Shiva minyan is Neehum Aveilim. Helping the needy with food, clothing, or shelter are acts of Gemilut Hasadim. We do many such acts together. Advocate for Israeli security and discuss Israeli politics respectfully with individuals who reflect different points of view.
Come to the synagogue to take a course or learn to read Hebrew. Is there some- thing you want to learn or read or better understand? Is there a Shabbat or holiday celebration or an upcoming life milestone you want to enhance or experience?
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Come here to Shabbat services. Perhaps two times each month as a new habit. The variety of human expression, emotion, and the breadth of life that it is our privilege to welcome and experience during services each and every week will touch you.
Bring your questions and your reservations. Bring your hearts and your souls. The ideas we explore, the condition of our world we discuss, the questions we ask, the Torah we study, the images we see, the roles we play, the music we share…for all that will feel familiar, for all you may not understand or need to learn, the variety of the humanity and meaning, of form and substance, what actually takes place in the Sanctuary will surprise and delight you.
Some weeks will mean more to you than others. Over time, the sum of your on-going experience will come to mean much more to you than any particular week. In this season of thanksgiving, I thank you for your participation and connection to our synagogue community and the life of the Jewish people. At Thanksgiving dinner, before enjoying your scrumptious feast recite HaMotzi.
If you want to go even further, recite a form of Birkat HaMazon, the blessings of gratitude we sing following a meal. May the blessings and bounties of our lives be expressed in all the Jewish we do. All supplies will be provided. All those ages 5 and up are welcome. Carpooling available from the Chizuk Amuno parking lot at 1 p. Hakhnasat Orhim — Welcoming Guests Contact: Also, if you are in need of hospitality, please let us know.
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Dates are set weeks in advance of the incoming flights. This project is suitable for adults and children of all ages. Wendy Davis, or bandwdavis aol. Todah Rabbah to those who volunteered in August: You can make a difference in the life of a child in just one hour per week. Sisterhood will cook and serve on December 23 Contact: Linda Levy, lindalevy10 gmail. Thanks to the generosity of our congregation, dozens of bags of food were donated to two of our partners. Transportation Service on Shabbat Need a ride to shul on Shabbat mornings?
Rides for members who no longer drive can be arranged on a week-by-week basis. Just call Cheryl Snyderman by Tuesday of the week you want to attend services. Rabbi Debi Wechsler to be added to the e-mail list. Join us as we welcome home our troops from military service overseas. Volunteers meet at BWI airport and help pack goodie bags, For questions or to participate in any Gemilut Hasadim programs, contact Cheryl Snyderman, csnyderman chizukamuno. Todah Rabbah to our drivers who delivered the food: Page 5 Engage in Jewish LEarning For more information about our adult education courses, please contact Doris Tanhoff, dtanhoff chizukamuno.
Living Judaism Tuesday evenings, 7: Talmud Study Class Wednesdays, beginning November 4 5: Rabbi Ron Shulman Come enjoy the steady and slow experience of studying the core text of rabbinic Judaism, the Talmud. Basic Hebrew Reading Tuesdays, beginning November 10 6: Robin Shulman Learn to decode the Hebrew alphabet and read basic prayer book blessings.
This is a comfortable first step for discovering or rediscovering your ability to read Hebrew.
Hanukkah for Adults Monday November 23, 7 p. Miller, President Rabbi Ronald J. Zaiman Hazzan Emanuel C. Any questions about Sisterhood and upcoming activities can be directed to Dixie Leikach, Sisterhood chizukamuno.
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Our bus will leave Chizuk Amuno at 7: Sanctuary Sisterhood Goes to Broadway! Join Rabbi Wechsler for a hands-on review of what you need to know. Come to the Sisterhood Judaica Shop to find a new challah plate or challah cover, some beautiful new candlesticks or just some special candles from Israel. Sisterhood Judaica Shop Chizuk Amuno Brotherhood hopes you will join them in the mitzvah of reciting Kaddish and lighting a yahrzeit candle for a child murdered during the Holocaust.
Contact Eric Beser for more information. For further information, call Carol Davis, or carolgildavis aol. Do you know the significance of your Hebrew name? Netivon and Achshav Our over 80 Netivon and Achshav students in grades will continue to meet on Tuesdays from 6: During the spring semester, students can also look forward to Israeli movie nights, NYC trips, and leadership training opportunities.
Photograph shows members of the Kolker family with J. Benjamin Katzner left to right: Benjamin Katzner, Gloria Kolker Hack, Fabian Kolker Many beautiful memories and ineffable experiences have characterized my lifelong affiliation with our beloved Congregation and helped to shape my life. The Young Judaica Club at Chizuk Amuno enhanced my activities and helped to open the windows of my mind. I served as President of the club and participated in many declamation and oratorical contest, in which I represented Chizuk Amuno.
Many photographs of Chizuk Amuno activities fill my albums. I cherish the pictures taken inwhen my Mother, brothers, Rabbi Israel Goldman, Chazzan Alba Weisgal, and I helped to dig ground for the first phase of our new synagogue complex on Stevenson Road. Inin honor of their 50th wedding anniversary, my parents donated an antique silver Megillah Case and Purim scroll to Chizuk Amuno, which is now displayed in the museum in the lobby of the sanctuary.
The dedication ceremony was conducted by Rabbi Groundbreaking ceremony for the third segment of the Stevenson Rd campus held on March 12, Photograph shows Irving Grant with shovel and Hazzan Abba Weisgal looking at the hole in the ground, Gloria Hack featured in background.
Israel Goldman, inin memory of my devoted father, Benjamin Kolker. Chizuk Amuno is always in my heart, and has certainly strengthened my faith and helped to shape my life. Stein by his family. Samuel Beckes by Elissa Ness. Minnie Baraban, mother, by Drs. Abe Leibowitz by his family. Richard Fine by his family. Rose Conn by Allan Conn. Sara Fox Glazer, mother, by Lowell R. Glassgold by his children.
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Maimon Cohen by his family. Blatt, father, by Stuart R. Cohen, by his wife Beverly K. Goldman by the congregation. Fannie Zinz Savage, mother, by Herbert S. Louis Handelman by Donna J. David Ellison by his family. Smith by his family.
Stuart Tilson, on his birthday, by his family. Anna Nochumowitz, mother, by her family. Our Sanctuary is equipped with an audio assistance system to aid in hearing our services. Please see an usher or security guard for a headset. The safety of our children, students, members, staff, and guests is our highest priority.
In case of emergency, someone can immediately call from the post. Recently, we added a second security guard to expand our coverage in the schools, as well as the exterior fields and playground. The Synagogue Board recently authorized the exploration of adding an armed guard to our security procedures, similar to our approach on the High Holy Days.
In the near future, the entrance lobby will have enhanced security doors creating a secure waiting area. We have, and will continue, to perform drills with our students and staff on emergency evacuation, shelter-inplace, and lock-down procedures.
We appreciate your continuing help in providing a safe building and environment, as we recognize that convenience is sometimes sacrificed in the interest of security. Please enter the building through the Administration Entrance during the school day unless you are dropping off a student during carpool hours, which are staffed and monitored by school personnel.
Please do not let anyone into the building as you enter or exit, and please immediately report any suspicious activity or persons to a school head, Executive Director Glenn Easton, or a security guard on duty. The synagogue and schools will also send all donors a complete listing and confirmation of all contributions and payments for the entire calendar year for your records. Only checks postmarked by December 31, can be included in the statement.
The statement cannot include checks dated in December but received in January. The statements will be mailed after January 31, Thank you for your generous support. More details coming soon! If you would like to bring the lunch and learn program to a site near you, please be in touch. RSVP to dwechsler chizukamuno. Engaging activities and experiential learning leading towards the creation of a personal ritual linked to Bat Mitzvah. Mothers and daughters are offered time to connect with each other in a Jewishly meaningful way.
Mothers learn to use their life experience as a positive way of mentoring their daughters and daughters explore with their peers what it means to become an adult woman. Chizuk Amuno Congregation and Schools members who work at or near St. This class is geared towards women who have completed the Adult Bat Mitzvah program. We will study the weekly Torah portion with a particular focus on women of the Bible and include supplementary texts from midrash and modern sources.
Jewish text study is the embodiment of constructive conflict. Friends or enemies meet across a text and engage in conflict in a way that engages our sacred values. We will continue to explore conflict from a Jewish lens and Jewish contributions to conflict resolution. Bring your infants and toddlers to an interactive Tot Shabbat. Contact Melissa Berman at mberman chizukamuno. This is the highest level you can achieve.
Through a process of continuous quality improvement, Maryland EXCELS programs like ours meet rigorous quality standards over and above those required by State licensing regulations and public school requirements. We invite potential Goldsmith Early Childhood Education families to see how choosing high quality care and education makes a difference in a child. Personal tours available, contact Michelle Gold, Director, at or mgold chizukamuno.
Enrollment for the school year is available at www. My congregants arrive at the chapel every Friday morning curious, excited, and with a vibrant sense of awe. They enter with warm greetings and smiles, and leave with hugs and good-byes. They are open to new experiences, love to sing, and their hands fly in the air before I can finish asking any of my questions. They look at the Torah with wide eyes and they are not afraid to talk about God.
My congregants are the two, three and four year old students at the Goldsmith Early Childhood Center. They bring Chizuk Amuno and me so much joy. The two year olds encourage me to play. Our time together begins on the bimah as we pretend to hike up Mt.
Sinai on the ark curtain suddenly appears. The children are excited because behind this curtain are the Torah scrolls, hidden yet about to be revealed by the opening curtain. For a moment they are hushed and still, filled with original awe. Standing with them is like standing with the Children of Israel at Mt. God is giving us the Torah, once again.
We remove one Torah scroll, we kiss it, and we parade our Torah around the chapel, and return it to the ark so that it can rest until we receive it again next Friday.
The three year olds remind me that learning is a two-way street. As their teacher, I am constantly reminded that in addition to having things that I want to share with them, these young children also have so much to share with me. One Friday, we talked about thanking God for all the wonderful things in the world. I was hoping to create a list with them which might include the many gifts of life.
All the students in the room raised their hands to tell me something very important about their past or future birthdays. Thanking God for their birthdays taught me how gratitude can be grounded in our immediate experience of life. The four year olds helped me see new connections in the prayer experience.
My four year olds were so excited to receive a siddur to use when they come into the chapel. For many of them it was their first time holding one. They started to look like the people in the big shul. They treated the book as a new found treasure, flipping through the pages, discovering familiar and unfamiliar words in English and in Hebrew, admiring the beautiful illustrations. There was one problem, however, when I told them to turn to page for the shema, one of the teachers explained to me that many of the kids had not yet learned to count beyond the number thirty.
They are the future of the Jewish people, just as God promised. For questions or to participate in any Gemilut Hasadim programs, contact Cheryl Snyderman, csnyderman chizukamuno.
True to form, our members responded with the same generosity that continues to make our food drives so successful.