Activities of this congenial group include:
- Having breakfast at the synagogue after morning minyan(pl. Minyanim) – The 10 Jews that form the quorum required for a full prayer service. Monday through Thursday and Sunday, bringing in interesting speakers whenever possible.
- Studying psalms with HazzanCantor – The professional who leads the parts of the service that are sung. Cohn on Sunday mornings.
- Sending birthday and “get well” cards to each other.
- Volunteering to pick up members with handicaps or physical problems.
- Visiting each other in the hospital and making shivaA seven day mourning period observed by the immediate family of the deceased. calls.
- Leading the shiva minyan at the home of a congregant.
- Helping celebrate simhas and special occasions.
- Giving a present to each Bar/Bat Mitzvah(pl. Mitzvot) – Those things which God commands us, as Jews, to do.The age at which a Jew is considered an adult in terms of religious responsibility. Bar refers to boys and Bat to girls. Bar/Bat Mitzvah is also often used to describe the service at which a young person celebrates becoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah. child.
- Making financial contributions that touch every sphere of the Synagogue as well as many outside charities.
We welcome you to join us!
CONTACT: Rick Lasker, President, (860) 236-1275, gro.eugoganysleunamenull@serianoynim