Netivot Shalom participates in a community-shul rotation to volunteer at TomcheiShabbos to pack boxes of food for families in need. Netivot Shalom will be volunteering Wednesday, February 4th. Packing will take place at 6:00pm; loading cars at 7:30pm. We need adult, teen and accompanied children 7+. Please email Margaret Herzog at firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know you will be there. This is a great opportunity for families to volunteer together and for high school students who need chessed hours.
Location: 13 Foster St, Bergenfield (off of New Bridge Rd)
Carlebach Minyan at Netivot Shalom
The Carlebach Minyan will be davening with us on a monthly basis. The next time will be on February 6.
Shabbat Afternoon Scholars Series
A monthly talk between mincha and maariv on Shabbat afternoon given by local scholars.
February 14, 2015 Sarah Rindner Lander College for Women The Truth the Dead Know; A Literary Reading of Berachot 18b Mincha at 4:55
Click here or on the poster below to download a PDF Flyer for the entire series
Save the date
March 7, 2015 8pm
Fair Lawn Jewish Center
for the Netivot Shalom Annual Dinner
Leah and Alex Moskovits
Sema Heller Memorial Award
Toys and Games for Groups
The Netivot Shalom youth committee is looking for gently used or new creative toys for our Nursery to Kindergarten-aged children and board and / or card games for older children. No books please. Some Netivot Shalom members have seeded a fund for toys and games for youth groups and we encourage others to join. If you have gently used or new toys or games to donate and /or wish to donate money to purchase new toys or games, please contact Pam Scheininger at email@example.com.
In Our Kehilla
Members and their families are encouraged to visit patients at Care One on Shabbat afternoons (or other times during the week, if thatâ€™s more convenient for you).
Also, if you know of anyone within our community who is ill or home bound and would like visitors, please be in touch with Richard Dukas; firstname.lastname@example.org; 201/417-7730.
Community Tanach Study
Please take part in our shul wide learning program of all of Tanach, to culminate with a siyum on Shavuot, the holiday of the giving of the Torah.
To sign up, click the link below and chose the book you would like to read. Each book can divided up between family members and studied together or individually, In addition, once the slots are full, people can double up on books already taken. Everyone is invited to participate in this opportunity to learn Torah collectively as a community. The web address for the sign up is http://bit.ly/1sWh8Ga.
Invite prospective and new families for a Shabbat meal!
As new families visit and join our shul, we would like to welcome them and help them meet shul members. If you'd like to be among the hosts (or would like to be hosted), please e-mail Daniel Moskovits at email@example.com or call 917-328-7163.
1/24 Rabbi Yitz Novak, NE Regional Synagogue Initiative Director of AIPAC, at Keter Torah
1/25 Bluegrass Concert - Jewish tunes and traditional bluegrass music at Davar
1/27 Ma'ayanot Intermediate Level Ulpan Course starts, Beginner's Level Course possible if enough interest
1/28 - 3/4 Yeshivat Noam morning shiur series with Rachel Besser
2/2 "Serving Our Creator With a Healthy Body, Mind and Soul" lecture series at Beth Aaron with Rabbi Rothwachs : Shemirat Shabbat vs. Shemirat ha-Nefesh: Health
Management and Medical Treatment on Shabbat.
2/3 - 3/10 YU Community Beit Midrash
2/3 - 4/28 NJ Yachad - Ruth Ulevitch Lang Inclusive Art Program
2/8 Sinai Annual Dinner
2/8 Drisha Family Morning of Learning
2/11,18 &25 Drisha Program - Hunger: What Can We Do?