Friday Night Dinner
Join us this Friday Night, Jan. 18 for dinner as part of ONE SHABBAT ONE WORLD!
RSVP at chabadwestorange.com/fnd
4:15 p.m. Candle-lighting ceremony, followed by 6 p.m. dinner
Call (973) 486-2362 | firstname.lastname@example.org
One Shabbat, One World, is a global project organized by the international Chabad-Lubavitch Headquarters. This initiative will unite Jewish participants worldwide in the observance of the Jewish Sabbath, with women and girls lighting the traditional Shabbat candles.
Men, women and children will attend synagogues and enjoy a Friday night dinner, complete with classic Jewish cuisine like challah and gefilte fish and traditional melodies to warm the soul.
Special Guest Speaker Rabbi Dovid Losh.
Rabbi Losh, who studied in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Israel, graduated from the Talmudic Seminary Tomchei Temimim in Brooklyn.
He went on to receive his rabbinical ordination in Melbourne, Australia. He traveled to various Jewish communities as a visiting rabbi in Germany, Greece, Cyprus, Grenada, Serbia, Montenegro, Belarus, Poland, etc.
Today he inspires hundreds by sharing personal experiences and anecdotes combined with Kabalistic and Chasidic teachings.
Shabbat Morning – Saturday, Jan. 19, 8 Shevat
Shabbos, Parsha Bo
Rabbi Herson’s Class 8:30 a.m.
Morning Services 9:30 a.m.
Rabbi’s Sermon 11:30 a.m.
Kiddush in honor of Mr. Myron Sugerman’s 75th Birthday!!
Shabbos ends 5:42 p.m.
Rosh Chodesh Dinner Recap
On Saturday, Jan. 12, the tables were set, the lights were dim, and the ambiance was warm and inviting for the Rosh Chodesh Dinner.
Upon their arrival, women were greeted with a personalized student book and bookmark with all future program dates listed.
The tables were elegantly decorated and tea lights lit the dimmed room, properly befitting the delicious cuisine.
The program began with a welcome from dinner chair and emcee Doni Landy. She spoke about the meaning of Rosh Chodesh and why it is special for women.
Elizabeth Rosenkrantz, president of Chabad West Orange, explained how important the Rosh Chodesh Society is for our community.
The video presentation gave us a look at the tremendous impact the Rosh Chodesh Society has had on others and why it is important for women to get together and inspire each other.
Lesson 1, The Kabbalah of Sleep was eloquently delivered by Altie Kasowitz, who taught how much sleep affects our lives and what kabbalah explains about the importance of it.
The next women’s Rosh Chodesh Society program is on Sunday, Feb. 10.
To join please email email@example.com or call (973) 486-2362.
The Rosh Chodesh Society is a division of the Jewish Learning Institute
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Visit www.chabadwestorange.com/JLI or call (973) 486-2362.