Saturday Morning Dan Edidin and friends lead Shabbat morning services in the Conservative tradition, in person and via Zoom at 10 am.
Siddur: Sim Shalom
Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84828235420 ~ password: Shalom
Shabbat Chayei Sara Torah – Genesis/B’reishit 23:1-25:18
Student-Led Shabbat Services Friday, November 18 @ 7 pm Parents Night Out Saturday, November 19, 5 pm – 9 pm Matt Derrenbacher @ CBS November 25-26 Ellie Brooks’ Bat Mitzvah Saturday, November 26 @ 10 am Torah on Tap Wednesdays: November 30, December 7 & 14 @ 6:30 pm
Religious school does not meetSunday, November 20th Hebrew schooldoes not meetWednesday, November 23rd Youth group does not meet Sunday, November 20th
Drop-off begins December 1 and deadline details are included on the SighUpGenius page.
Thank you so much for helping to make these families’ lives a little better!
Tikkun Olam Committee
I Edward Zalin
24 Cheshvan/Nov 18 ~ Sedalia Arthur Kahn
26 Cheshvan/Nov 20 ~ Sedalia William Hanlon
26 Cheshvan/Nov 20 ~ Sedalia Joseph A Chasnoff
28 Cheshvan/Nov 22 ~ Sedalia Samuel Walker
29 Cheshvan/Nov 23 ~ Sedalia
Note: Yahrzeit information is now uploaded into ShulCloud.
We strive for accuracy, so if you spot incorrect information, or did not hear your loved ones’ names during Yizkor on Yom Kippur, please send corrections to Mary: email@example.com
Also note that we maintain the list from Temple Beth El in Sedalia.
Worship That Works: Supporting Spiritual Life in Small Congregations
Judy Schermer shares information about an exciting opportunity:
The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) is offering a program specifically
designed for small congregations: an online course in six sessions for lay
leaders who are interested in leading communal worship and life-cycle
The course begins in January 2023 and meets monthly from 7 pm-8:30
pm CST. It culminates in a worship, music, and song-leading conference,
Hava Nashira, May 21-24, 2023, at URJ’s Greene Family Camp in Bruceville,
TX. This is “an immersive few days … with 100+ other participants and the
most dynamic teachers leading prayer and song in the Jewish world.”
A former participant said, “I had a marvelous time connecting with similarly
impassioned people from other small congregations, and we continue to be
resources for each other.” Stipends are available for the six-session
course and the conference.
Thanks to everyone who brought dinners while I had COVID
To the refugee fund
Columbia Baha’i Community
In memory of my father, Marvin Kaufman
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Tell & Kvell!
In the Time of Madmen, a memoir by Mark A. Prelas, received the Silver Medal in Jewish Literature from the 2022 Global Book Awards. The book is available at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
Mazal Tov, Mark!
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