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מַה טּוֹבוּ אֹהָלֶיךָ יַעֲקֹב מִשְׁכְּנֹתֶיךָ יִשְׂרָאֵל

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Worship

Join us every Friday evening for Kabbalat Shabbat to sing, pray and enjoy each other's company.

Check the calendar for innovative morning Shabbat services: Tot Shabbat for families with young children, meditative walk and learning service.

 
 
 
 
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Join Us

Sunday, October 13
Build the Sukkah

Wednesday, October 16
Community Sukkot Dinner

Monday, October 21
Simchat Torah

 
 
 
 
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Mitzvah of the Week

As we start the New Year, we think of the small things we can do as well as remaining aware of the big things that we cannot do anything about.  For example, we can be more conscious of our footprint on this planet and pick up trash on the street, turn off lights when we leave the room, not let the water run in the sink or shower, and compost (if available).

We must also remain aware of all of the needless tragedies happening every day that come from rampant greed and hatred.  From the shooting in Germany motivated by anti-Semitism, to the murder of 4 homeless men in our own city, and the deliberate abandonment of the Kurds to the murderous intentions of the Turks by our greedy and hateful administration, we are at a loss as to how to make a difference.  At this point in time, all we can do is bear witness, and to spread our own brand of tolerance and generosity as far as we can.

That said, we can have an immediate impact on our own corner of the world by donating healthy food to Part of the Solution (POTS).  Please don't forget to bring a shopping bag and fill it with groceries for our fellow Bronx residents, many of whom are immigrants.  Over the High Holidays, fill the bag and bring it back to Tehillah on Sukkot, our harvest festival, when we welcome the stranger and invite guests to share a meal.

You will have three opportunities to drop off your bag at RYSEC:

  • October 13, while we are building and decorating our sukkah;
  • October 16, when we join together to have a pot-luck meal in celebration of the holiday;
  • October 18, as we celebrate Shabbat together.

Let's make a difference.



 

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In this episode of Tehillah Talks ("Seeing Blessing in the Everyday - Preparing for the High Holidays"), We discuss:

  • Seeing blessing in the every day
  • The challenge of appreciating and being in the moment
  • Looking to young people for inspiration to act in the world
  • Challenges of modern communication as it relates to missing the mark in the way we communicate, in particular in relation to Yom Kippur

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Rabbi's Message

Parashat Ha'Azinu
Deuteronomy 32:1 - 32:52

Part of our liturgy at Tehillah is to affirm the ways in which we can be present in the world. Of course, each of us has missed the mark one way or another over the past year. This week, we read Moses' last words to the people of Israel, in the form of a song. As Moses is getting ready to leave the people, God clearly says they will have a difficult time keeping to the covenant that was established.

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Sundays at the Market

Come visit our table at the
Riverdale Y Market
Riverdale Kingsbridge Academy
Corner of Independence Ave
and 237th Street

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Thu, October 17 2019 18 Tishrei 5780