We will be celebrating Sukkot and Shabbat on Friday night beginning at 6:00 with a potluck dinner. Please bring a main or side dish. Dessert and drinks will be provided. Dinner will be followed by a short Sukkot service and then our usual Oneg. We will also be saying a special goodbye to Arlene who will be moving out of state this Saturday. LAST CALL for reservations for our Sukkot potluck which will be held on Friday at 6:00pm. We need to know how many places to set.
Torah Study will be held on Saturday. Please arrive between 9:45 and 10:00. We will begin our study promptly at 10:00, and will adjourn at 11:00. We will be looking at the final Torah portion in our Torah, Vzot HaBracha. Deuteronomy 33:1-34:12.
Religious School will be held on Sunday beginning at 10:00.
What goes up must come down. Please join us this Sunday, October 23rd to take the sukkah down at noon immediately following religious school. Many hands make light work, so please join us.
The temple book club will be meeting on Sunday, October 23rd at 5:00 at the home of Russ and Karen. This will be a potluck dinner meeting, so bring a dish to share. We will not need dessert as a cake is being baked to celebrate Karen’s birthday. The book we will be discussing is Echoes by Danielle Steele.
We are in the final two weeks of our annual food drive and are collecting food and checks made payable to the Wiregrass Area Food Bank. Please don’t forget to make your donation if you have not donated already.
A reminder from our Treasurer, Les: If you have not sent in your dues pledge form, please do so at your earliest convenience. And if you have not received a dues letter, please contact Barbara so she can send you one.
You have all received invitations to the Hadassah fundraiser the No Show Peanut Festival Day. Please mail your donations made payable to Hadassah to the no show event to Kortney.
Sisterhood is participating in the Empty Bowls project on Wednesday, October 26th at 6:00pm.
The first of monthly events exploring our Jewish identity will be held on Saturday November 19th at 11:00. Among other things, we will be looking at the book Why Be Jewish by Rabbi David Wolpe. The book is available on Amazon. The book is not long, but is quite profound.