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The Authenticity of 2 Peter. Miller, PhD Assistant Professor. Da Vinci descodificado, Michael J. Michael McCarthy and Daniel Flynn. Kushnick Friday, November 1, 6: Hanukkah has garnered inteoigencia lot of focus much earlier in the year than normal. Yes, it starts very early, but it is actually the fact that Hanukkah and Thanksgiving coincide this year that has been the focus of most innteligencia.
The first day of Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving Day. In fact, this is the only time it will ever happen! The last time Hanukkah fell on the fourth Thursday of November, Thanksgiving was not yet a u and Hanukah will never again fall this early on the Gregorian calendar.
While it is a nice coincidence that the two holidays overlap, these two holidays actually have much in common. As we light the menorah on Hanukkah and enjoy Thanksgiving dinner, we should reflect on the reason for celebrating both holidays. The Pilgrims were a religious group from England who were seeking religious freedom and hoped to establish a new colony in North America. The Pilgrims fled the unrest in England that threatened their religious practices. In fear of losing their identity and culture to other European countries, the Pilgrims hoped to maintain their religious practices and identity by establishing a new colony in North America.
The Pilgrims story is a fight for religious independence and part of our American Thanksgiving holiday must be connected to this fact. The story of Hanukah is very similar to that of Thanksgiving. The Jews of Jerusalem experienced relative calm for many years under the Seleucid Empire. But once a new king came to power, their religious freedom was threatened.
The Seleucid army attacked Jerusalem and the Temple and the great Maccabees fought to defend both of them. The Maccabees were fighting against the external forces of the Seleucids as well as Jews who were convinced that they should abandon their Jewish roots and adopt Hellenistic culture. The story of Hanukah ends with the famous story of the rededication of the Temple with the one jar of oil which lasted for eight days.
As we gather for Hanukah and Thanksgiving this year, we recall the experience of both the Maccabees and the Pilgrims and their fight for their religious freedom and identity. While our religious freedom may be less of a concern today than it has been in the past, our religious identity continues to remain under attack.
Jews have successfully integrated into all aspects of American life, but we face the same concern as both the Maccabees and the Pilgrims. How can we maintain our religious identity in the face of another culture? As we celebrate ineligencia two Holidays on the same day, we learn that we are not alone in fighting for our religious identity and that both our Jewish and American ancestors were successful in preserving their unique religion and culture, while also becoming part of the surrounding community.
May Hanukah and Thanksgiving coinciding on the same day push us to i learn how to preserve our Jewish tradition while also remaining part of American society. The Illustrated Torah, painted with the loving and gifted hand of Israeli artist, Michal Meron is a beautiful, hand-painted scroll on display to the right of our sanctuary entrance; a representation of our traditional Torah that includes highlights of all fifty-four weekly Sedrot.
Stories are brought to life with vibrant color, select text, stunning and vivid images. As this season of story-telling, celebrating our miracles, and giving thanks is upon us, consider commemorating your own stories and those of your family by sponsoring a Sedra, an Aliyah, or a Pasuk in the Illustrated Torah.
An enduring reminder of your stories will grace the wall of our itneligencia. The beauty of this Torah is not only in its artistry, but also in its legacy; it will be a part of inteligenciz community for generations to come.
Recognize a special birthday or anniversary, an outstanding achievement. Commemorate a B’nai Mitzvah yours, your child’s or grandchild’s. Teach your children that sometimes giving a gift back to your community is the greatest gift of all.
Your stories can be commemorated at three different giving levels. Recognition for your donation will be posted michxel year next to the corresponding Sedra. When you sponsor a Sedra, the recipient of your honor will receive dd full-size reproduction on canvas of the Sedra from the Illustrated Torah. Harvey and the shul are happy to work with you to create a payment plan to make this gift a reality for you and your family this holiday season.
Dinner, presentation and discussion will begin immediately following the fe of our service. Pie and ice cream was the treat. Our own Warren Rubin is a band member. There is no charge for the concert. Contact Lois Kohn at Tickets will be distributed before the event, otherwise meet in lobby.
A limited number of honors are still available. Mazel Tov to Mo Hasson gslb his October 24 birthday. Thank you to Lois Kohn, who served the students a kosher barbecue lunch in the Sukkah.
Best of all, The Cowboys won! Rabbi Kushnick led the blessings over the Lulav and Etrog and gave everyone an opportunity to hold them and participate.
This is no small task, and Jeff did a great job! Thanks also to all who helped him fill the spots and provide our congregation this invaluable service. Rabbi Kushnick joined our October monthly meeting and it was a wonderful opportunity for us all to get to know him better on a personal level.
Also, on October 24, we enjoyed a Games Night. Cards, board games, chess, munchies and drinks were enjoyed by all! Sunday, November 10, 9: Men will take over the shul kitchen for this annual tradition to maker certain everyone is able to enjoy latkes during Hanukkah! Sunday, November 17, 9: Hear Anshai member physicians speak on current medical issues for men and ask your questions about anything medical! And, show off your Mustache! Some call it ChanuGiving, some call it Thanksgivukkah; any way you say it, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime event.
Join Sisterhood to celebrate the blending of these two traditionally rich holidays with a tasting of foods that bring the two together. In addition to some yummy, unique treats, we will be collecting unwrapped toys to donate to JFS. Mark your calendars for Sunday, November 10, 7: So on November 28, enjoy your turkey and your latkes.
It has never happened before, and it will never happen again. Mishpachah is the theme for the Torah Fund pin that acknowledges both the sanctity that comes with being one big family and the complexity of our families and relationships. And as we support the programs of the Jewish Theological Seminary, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies and Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, we proclaim that we, as women in all walks of life, are proudly shaping the future of the big, 3,year-old Jewish family.
Make your donation today and receive a beautiful pin to symbolize the importance and diversity of families. Send greeting cards and part of the proceeds go to Torah fund.
We have the following cards: Simchas, new baby, mazal tov, rejoicing with you, special occasion, friendship, milestone, todah rabah, get well and condolence. Plan ahead for a special occasion or keep some on hand.
All the ladies who attended our August 22 event had a grand time! We had cocktails like Israeli Lemonade: We also served Cosmopolitans in tiny little Martini glasses thanks to co-chair Athene Harmel mixed up by our fabulous bartender Cynthia Brooks. They were a huge hit! Thank you to Nancy Howard and staff for their prep work helping bring the event together. A special thank you to Beth Berk for the table linens and Jane Todres for the beautiful sterling silver jewelry door prizes!
Thank you again to our co-chairs Athene Harmel and Margo Bernstein for the glass clinking, toast making and libation drinking good time! The Anshai Torah Book Club.
We meet on Tuesday, October 15 at 7: Just send it to the Shul. Joshua is the son of Sheryl and David Billman and younger brother to Sarah.
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A seventh grade honor student at Renner Middle School, Joshua loves math, science, grnial and playing the trumpet in the band. He is an avid tennis player, spending many hours at Lakes Tennis Academy. This mitzvah project was all the more meaningful because both diseases have affected his family. Thank you to Warren Rubin for once again helping to prepare a Billman for their special day. Your guidance and passion for teaching has once again shone through.
Joshua will miss your early Sunday morning sessions. The Billman family would like to thank Rabbi Weinberg for all of his and support over the years. At the same time, we are very excited to welcome Rabbi Kushnick to our congregation.
Lastly, we know that Inteligrncia could not have reached this very important milestone without the teaching, guidance, support, humor and friendship over the years from Bob Westle. We feel very blessed to call Congregation Anshai Torah our second home. We are so very proud of Joshua for all of his hard work and dedication.