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Outdoor Shabbat Services
Select Fridays this summer

July 12
6pm Service and oneg following

August 30
6:30pm BYO picnic dinner*
7:30pm Service

Come celebrate an uplifting Shabbat of music and prayer in the fresh air with friends and family. Bring your own picnic blankets!

*pareve or dairy meals only, please (no meat)



Hot August Night
6pm on Saturday, August 3

Join Men's Club and BE Sisters for a night of great food, drinks and music! Dinner will be catered by Lucille's. Click Here to RSVP




8am on Sunday, August 18

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Tisha B'Av
Saturday, August 10

7:30pm Healing Service
8:30pm Evening Service & traditional reading
of Lamentations

On Tisha B’Av, the first and second Temples in Jerusalem were destroyed five centuries apart. Our tradition teaches that only through embracing brokenness can true healing and redemption be realized. Join us for both traditional and creative observance of this sacred time. It is a time to mourn, heal, and grow as individuals and together in community.




Soul Spark Shabbat Services
with special musical guest
AND The Band of Milk & Honey
August 16 at 6pm
September 13 at 7:30pm

A new Shabbat evening service featuring contemplative music, meditation, and wisdom to ignite your soul!

























Apples, Honey, Challah & Schmoozing
Monday, September 30 at 12:30pm

Immediately following first day Rosh Hashanah services, meet up outside for shmoozing, getting to see old friends, and making new ones!








































Special Presenter, Dr. Bill Hoy
Tuesdays, August 6 & November 5

7pm Registration

7:15pm Program

May 7 topic: Where in the World Are We Now?

This evening, we have the unique opportunity of hearing the two of them share the stage as they reflect together on what is happening in the world of grief. Mostly, they will focus on the idea of what it means to heal from grief and how we can spot complicated grief in ourselves and those around us. Join us as we learn together from these thought leaders about grief in the world today. This workshop is free and open to adults 18 years or older. Non- denominational and open to the general community. RSVP to O'Connor Mortuary by Monday, May 6 to blomaka@oconnormortuary.com Click Here for flyer





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