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The 22nd Annual Kosher Corned Beef Sandwich Sale
HAS BEEN POSTPONED!
Tickets purchased online will be refunded online by request: call 229-563-6366 or email drdelane@gmail.com.
We will announce the rescheduled sale dates as soon as possible.


Message from President Louie Schmier concerning the High Holidays
September 3, 2020


WEEKLY SABBATH NOTES FOR TEMPLE ISRAEL

Valdosta, Georgia 21602- 229 244-1813/269-8680 (cell)

קהילת טמפל ישראל

ESTABLISHED 1908

RABBI MOSHE ELBAZ    הרב משה אלבז

JANUARY 14, 2020/1 SHEVAT/ROSH CHODESH 5781

TORAH PORTION: SHABBAT VA’ERA

Friends, we continue to encourage and urge you to join us at one or more of our weekly educational & religious services and in celebration of Jewish life. The Religious learning and social opportunities are providing you and our community positive experiences. Being together is our goal and as an integral part of a greater community of the Jewish people. We noticed that individuals who are in attendance on a regular basis are more engaged and fulfilled.

Today we observe Rosh Chodesh Shevat, the 5th of the Hebrew calendar. In two-weeks from today we’ll celebrate Tu B’shvat-Jewish Arbor Day with learning and a taste of fruits from Israel – prepare your Seder plate.

We are looking forward to a busy Sabbath weekend of services and other educational activities on Zoom live.

Sabbath weekend religious services, including: Friday evening services: January 15 at 7:30 p.m.- join us.        On Saturday, January 16 at10:00 a.m.- will hold Sabbath morning service with Torah & Prophetic readings:  Ex. 6:2- Moses has to confront enslavement and Egypt suffers the first seven of plagues

Join us for the next Torah study session on Tuesday, January 19 (Ex. 10:1) at 4 p.m. through zoom live – individuals that have joined in the past are eager to explore and share issues applicable to everyday life. So if you have not attended these sessions in the past, I encourage you to take advantage of the wide views expressed.

Please join us for this week services as follows:

Thursday, January 14    6:00 p.m. – Biblical Hebrew

Friday,  January 15       7:30 p.m.    Services

Saturday, January 16    10:00 a.m.  Services

Tuesday, January 19     4:00 p.m.    Torah Study

 

Weekly ZOOM Live Schedule with Rabbi & Penny – We invite you to attend

Friday            7:30 p.m.       Friday Evening Service

Saturday        10:00 a.m.     Saturday Morning Service

Tuesday         4:00 p.m.       Torah discussion

Thursday       6:00 p.m.       Hebrew Reading & Biblical Hebrew


Funds are available for your support–all donations should be written to Temple Israel, designating the specific fund you wish to support.  Mail to:  511 Baytree Rd., Valdosta, GA 31602          If a member or a friend of the congregation wishes to discuss any of these or a special gift, please contact Rabbi or Louie Schmier.

           Building Fund – for the upkeep and maintain the Temple Israel grounds.

            Tree of Life – To dedicate a leaf on the Tree of Life in Temple Israel in the Pearlman Family Social Hall in honor of family or friends

            Kitchen Remodeling Fund – To defray the costs of major renovations & improvements for the Temple Israel kitchen and social hall

            Shiva Meal Fund – To provide meals following funerals at Temple Israel at no charge. Coordinated by Roberta Magnasco

            Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund – for use by the rabbi at his discretion in promoting Temple Israel in our community

            Yahrtzeit Memorial Plaque – to purchase a permanent bronze memorial plaque and afixed on the memorial tablets in the sanctuary–cost is $500.00 – contact the rabbi for details

Visit the new website of Temple Israel: www.templeisrael-valdosta.org, let us know if you have visited the site; your comments are always welcome. Please be advised: Donations of all kinds may be made through the web site.

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UPCOMING YAHRZEITS – SCHEDULE

*All Yahrtzeit weekly announcements will be made twice. Once on the week before and once again on the actual week–if you are unable to attend on the actual date of loved ones, you may say Mourner’s Kaddish at either.

JANUARY 9-15, 2021      25 TEVET-2 SHEVAT 5781

Ruth Landey (1/10)            Leah Dunn Landey (1/19)

Ethel Hopkins (1/13)          Rose Druck Landey (1/13)

Uri Voldman (1/13)

JANUARY 16-22, 2021              3-9 SHEVAT 5781

David Shapiro (1/19)                   Abe Golivesky (1/20)

Bertha Landesman (1/21)   Joseph Isaac Abrahams (1/21)

Faye Orenstein Rainbow (1/16)

Mollie R. Daum (1/14)                 Peter Fabregas

JANUARY 23-29, 2021              10-16 SHEVAT 5781

Helen Schultz (1/23)           Tom Winters (1/24)

Leon Levin (1/25)               Rose R. Gilmore (1/25)

Bess Abrahams (1/27)                  Irving Dinnerman (1/27)

Olivia Spence Cook (1/29) Edith Perlman Cohen (1/29)

William Selig Myers (1/29)   Sheldon L. Broomberg (1/23)

Estelle Broomberg (1/23)             Rebecca Sulman (1/26)

Sofia Voldman (1/25)

JAN. 30-FEB.5, 2021                  17-23 SHEVAT 5781

Annette Lazarus (1/30)                 Ruby Eichberg (1/30)

Jack L. Erkis (1/31)            Louis Kalin (2/1)

David Hyatt (2/4)               Rubin Schmier (2/5)

FEBRUARY 6-12, 2021    24-30 SHEVAT 5781

Irene B. Myers (2/6)           Evelyn Franklin (2/11)

Naomi Lehman (2/11)

FEBRUARY 13-19, 2021           1-7 ADAR 5781

Janice Abrams (2/19)                   Nathan Zelkin (2/16)

Chaya Golda Kleinman (2/13) Hyman Braverman (2/16)

Fredrich Joel Loef (2/16)

A Yahrzeit, a memorial lamp will (if available on the large bronze tablets) be lit in the Synagogue. On the appropriate date and a Mourner’s Kaddish may be recited


Kiddush, Yom Kippur 2019