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TEMPLE ISRAEL SABBATH NOTES

Valdosta, Georgia 31602 – 229-244-1813 (Shul) / 229-269-8680 (Cell)

Rabbi’s e-mail: mosheelbaz46@gmail.com

קהילת טמפל ישראל

ESTABLISHED 1908

RABBI MOSHE ELBAZ    הרב משה אלבז

Join us this Sabbath evening, help us make a minyan!

(FRI)  July 12 at 7:30 p.m.  – Shabbat Services and kiddish afterwards.

(SAT)  July 13 at 10:00 a.m.  – Torah discussion on ZOOM.

Zoom link.   https://zoom.us/j/5438704485?pwd=TXdqMDVsN3FUOVIyMWtEa0FaVEpTQT09


The High Holidays of 5785/2024 are as follow: Rosh Hashanah evening, Wed., October 2, 2024 and will hold services on both days of Rosh Hashanah, Thursday & Friday, October 3 & 4, 2024. Yom Kippur night begins, Friday, October 11 and on Saturday, October 12.


IN MEMORIAM: Bronze Memorial plaque forms available include English & Hebrew names and are available to order locally. Please send a $500.00 donation to be included with the order.

TREE OF LIFE: To honor family/friends with a Tree of Life Leaf that can be engraved locally – Please send your order to Rabbi with a $150.00 donation per leaf. Chanah Wilson is a member of the board and handles the Tree of Life & other dedications.

If you have knowledge of a member/friend who is ill, or in the hospital, the rabbi would like to know and make it known to our congregation for e-mail communications. In addition, we’ll announce the sad news of the passing of members/friends in Valdosta and in the neighboring communities.

YAHRZEITS

July 6-12, 2024                   30 Sivan – 6 Tammuz

Abraham Kalin (7/9)                     Karen Rostin (7/11)

Sam Lazarus  (7/11)                     Helen Schmier (7/12)

Eliyhu Elbaz (7/7)                         Irving Landey (7/9)

*All Yahrtzeit weekly announcements will be made twice. On the previous week and on the actual week. To place a Memorial Plaque for a loved one, please contact the rabbi (need the name in English & Hebrew, date of death) – it takes 3 months for the order to be completed – ($500.00)

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