- Upcoming worship services
- Yavneh programs
- Global Day of Learning with Rabbi Steven Sager
- New Hope Alliance Challenge
- Hanukkah gift drive
Upcoming worship services
- Kabbalat Shabbat worship, Friday, November 14, 7:45 pm.
- Shabbat morning worship, Saturday, November 22, 10:30 am.
- Kabbalat Shabbat worship, Friday, December 5, 7:45 pm.
The Mitzvot Study Group meets Wednesday, November 19, 7:30 - 9:00 pm. In Midrash Tehillim it says "on the day a guest arrives, a calf is slaughtered in his honor; the next day, a sheep, the third day, a fowl, and on the fourth day, he is served beans". This month we'll discuss what the Torah has to say about the mitzvot of hospitality.
The next Dinner with the Rabbi is scheduled for Sunday, November 23, 6:30 - 8:30 pm. We will be gathering someplace new this month - Sushi Thai, in the Lake Boone Shopping Center. RSVP by November 21 to Reb Raachel.
Mark your calendar now for Yavneh's combination family potluck Shabbat dinner, Hanukkah celebration, and Jewish trivia contest. Prizes and games for adults and children! Friday night, Dec 19th, 6:30 pm.
Learn more about these and other Yavneh programs here.
Global Day of Learning with Rabbi Steven Sager
The Melton School invites the Raleigh-Cary Jewish community to take part in the Global Day of Jewish Learning, with a teaching by Rabbi Steven Sager on "Amalek - Remembering the Arch-Enemy of the Jewish People". Sunday, November 16th, 2:00 pm at the JCC. Details and registration information available here.
New Hope Alliance challenge
Do you knit? Yavneh has committed to provide at least 20 home-made scarves, hat, or mittens for the Dec 11 holiday party at Wilburn Elementary. Details here.
Hanukkah gift drive
Hanukkah is around the corner, and Jewish Family Services is organizing a gift drive to benefit individuals and families in the Jewish community who are facing economic and social challenges. JFS welcomes donations of gift cards and gifts for children and adults and facilitates volunteers to deliver these gifts to households unable to pick them up. Please contact Tracy Bennett for more information concerning donation and volunteer opportunities or to let her know about individuals and families in need of additional support during the holiday season.
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