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Torah Thoughts- Parashat Noach 5778 by Rabbi Daniela

B”H Parashat Noach 5778 Rabbi Daniela The Wealth of Sharing Our Different Languages This week’s parashah, as its name indicates, recounts the story of Noach; the flood, the ark, and the return to dry land. The famous story of the Tower of Babel appears at the end of the parashah. The Torah tells that, at some point in history, all human beings spoke the same language: “And the whole earth

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Sisterhood opens with “An Evening with the Word Mavens”

Join Sisterhood for this funny, fabulous program following our Paid-Up Membership Dinner! Thursday, October 19 at 6:15 pm Joyce Eisenberg & Ellen Scolnic are The Word Mavens, two ladies who know the difference between pulkes and a pushke!     The Word Mavens will entertain and engage you with their humorous, fact‑filled look at Jewish holidays, customs, foods, and more. They will share funny stories, Yiddishisms, beloved traditions and little-known facts they uncovered while writing

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Beth Pomerantz Education Series Opens with Brunch and a Guest Speaker

Sunday, OCTOBER 29th @ 9:45 am • Brunch and Speaker
“The scientific authenticity of the Torah : who authored the Torah?” Presented by Harold Gans 

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Torah Thoughts: Simchat Torah 5778 By Rabbi Rami Pavolotzky

   Dancing with Books! Simchat Torah‎, literally “The Joy/Rejoicing of the Torah” is the holiday that celebrates and marks both the conclusion of the annual cycle of the ritual Torah reading and the beginning of a new cycle. It also marks the end of the “holiday season” of the month of Tishrei, which includes Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Shemini Atzeret. The main celebrations of Simchat Torah take place

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Torah Thoughts- Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot 5778

B”H Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot 5778 “Sukkot and its universal meaning” Rabbi Daniela Szuster This week we are celebrating the Festival of Sukkot. The sages give to Sukkot and the Sukkah different kinds of meanings. Here I would like to highlight the universal meaning of the Festival of Sukkot. In the Torah, in the Book of B’midvar (chapter 29), you can find a description of all the offerings that the

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Pizza in the Hut

JOIN US MONDAY, OCT. 9TH AT 6:00 PM in the Sukkah for Pizza in the Hut 

This event is free of charge, but please RSVP by Friday October 6th to the Temple Office- (717) 581-7891 or at office@tbelancaster.org so we can make sure there is enough Pizza for everyone!

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