Shabbat Services will be held as usual on Friday beginning at 7:00. As part of our Shabbat Services, we will be discussing anti-Semetism, the Holocaust and how it shapes our Jewish identity.
There will be no Torah Study or Religious School this weekend.
Just a reminder that the Sisterhood Art Auction is scheduled for THIS WEEKEND. We will need everyone’s help for this annual fund raiser. When you are called, please say yes to the caller. Please sell your tickets, plan on attending, and bring lots of friends.
Those of you who are working on plating food, or cutting fruit and vegetables in Saturday morning, please be at the temple by 9:30.
The Brotherhood reminds its members that muscles are needed at noon to unload the artwork on Saturday, and also at 2:00pm on Sunday to load the art that has not been sold back onto the truck.
Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds saved the lives of over 200 Jewish soldiers in a POW camp in Germany and was awarded the Righteous Among the Nations award from Israel and Yad Vashem. His son, Pastor Chris Edmonds will be here in Dothan at Temple Emanu-el at 7:00 on Saturday January 28th to talk about his father. His talk will be followed by light refreshments and a chance to talk to Pastor Edmonds. On Friday evening, January 20th , Please plan on attending both events.
The Sisterhood Board will meet at noon on Thursday, February 2nd at the temple.
The Sisterhood would like to invite the congregation to attend a soup and salad lunch at noon on Thursday February 9th. We will be hosting Shelly Rose from the ADL in Atlanta who will discussing the rise of anti-Semitism. The Sisterhood does need to know how much food to prepare, so please call Tammy in the Temple Office if you are planning on attending. This should be an enlightening program and one that you will not want to miss.