Tefillah Service with Guest Rabbi Rachel Weiss

JRC parents: don't just drop off for Religious School today! Rabbi Rachel Weiss, one of our rabbinic candidates will join with Cantor Friedland in leading our brief (15 minute) Tefillah service.

Other Opportunities to Meet Rabbi Weiss
Friday, January 29: Preschool Shabbat
. Rabbi Weiss will help Cantor Friedland sing songs and tell a story to our preschoolers in the morning.

Friday, January 29: Erev Shabbat. Rabbi Weiss will lead our Erev Shabbat service with Cantor Friedland. There is no charge to attend - all are welcome.

Saturday, January 30: Torah Study. Rabbi Weiss will lead our weekly Torah Study. There is no charge to attend - for adult JRC members.

Saturday, January 30: Community Shabbat. Rabbi Weiss will lead our Community Shabbat morning service with Cantor Friedland, followed by a dairy/veg potluck kiddush lunch. There is no charge to attend (but please bring a dish for the potluck if you plan to stay for lunch) - all are welcome.

Saturday, January 30: Teen Pizza/Study Session. JRC's 8th-12th graders are invited to get to know Rabbi Weiss informally and participate in a discussion about the connection between Exodus and other stories, like Star Wars and Harry Potter.

Saturday, January 30: A Chili Night in January. Join us for a chili dinner and concert featuring Joel Frankel & Tall Trees. Tickets required - purchase here>

Sunday, January 31: Adult Study Session. Mapping the Wilderness: A Look at Torah, Tefillah and Life Cycles. For adult JRC members.

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Date and Time: 
Thursday, January 28, 2016 - 4:15pm to 4:30pm

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