A tradition can live only so long as it continues to change.”
  —Rabbi Mordecai M. Kaplan

 

Hiddur Shabbat & Community Shir

SAJ's resident four-piece band joins for the monthly Hiddur Shabbat Service  Saturday, January 13 at 10:00 AM. The service is led by Rabbi Lauren Grabelle Herrmann and Cantor Lisa Arbisser and accompanied by Naomi Less on guitar/vocals, Shy Kedmi on keyboard, Glenn Grossman on percussion and David Meer on Double Bass.  All are welcome for this special service.

We continue with our special Community Shir (singing) at 12:00 PM, followed by Kiddush at 12:30 PM. Be sure to join us for collective singing this Shabbat!

Advanced Directives: Learn How to Plan for Healthcare Decisions For All Ages and Stages of Life. Sponsored by the Caring Committee

Join us for an open-hearted discussion about using the nationally recognized Five Wishes Document, one of the most popular living wills in the U.S., for advance care planning.
The document is designed to help individuals define end-of-life wishes regarding treatment guidelines and how/whom to appoint as Health Care Agent in case of a situation when they cannot speak for themselves.
 
DOROT social workers will provide context, and documents.  This workshop this is valuable for anyone considering their own options and doing future planning, as well as people helping with loved ones. 
 
Saturday, January 13
1:15 PM
SAJ Social Hall
 

SAJ VISION STATEMENT For 2016-2021 

Click here for SAJ Vision Statement for 2016-2021.  Written by ​Rabbi Lauren Grabelle Herrmann, September 2016

ED DIRECTOR, TEHILAH EISENSTADT AND PELA IN THE NEWS

FAMILIES AT SAJ

 

 

 

PELA means WONDER -  Program for 0 - 4 year olds and their caregivers. 

 

 

 

 

 

MAKOM - Program for K - 3rd, 4th - 6th and  tweens/teens

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Thu, January 18 2018 2 Sh'vat 5778