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Parsha of the Week: 
Vayalech: Deuteronomy 31:1-31:30
Judaism of the Week: Celebrating Rosh Hashanah
Welcome to the High Holidays - Rosh Hashanah will start at sundown this evening. We hope that you've had a meaningful entry into this season. And if not, there's still time - make teshuva by contacting those you feel you've erred against and open your heart - you'll come into these holidays in such a beautiful place for it.

Some more background on some of the traditions of Rosh Hashanah:
Do you know someone who is unable to make it to services to hear the shofar?  Gary Canant will visit those who wish to fulfill the mitzvah of hearing the shofar.  Please call him at 805 215 3805. Yasher koach, Gary!
Dip Your Apple - Fountainheads Rosh Hashanah
Get ready for a truly rousing song about Rosh Hashanah!

Can't get enough of these? Check out a Rosh Hashanah playlist on YouTube here!
High Holidays Schedule
  • September 13Sunday @ 6:15 pm - Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
  • September 14, Monday
    • 8:30 am - First day of Rosh Hashanah Service Led by Rabbi Chorny, with Guest Chazzan, Mark Singer. Shofar Blowing by Paul Stallman
    • For Tashlikh, please to go to the body of water nearest your home with your family & friends.  Don't forget your bread crumbs!
    • 6:15 pm - Evening Service
  • September 15Tuesday @ 8:30 am - Second Day of Rosh Hashanah Service, Guest Chazzan, Mark Singer, Shofar Blowing by Gary Canant
  • September 18, Friday @ 6:15 pm - Erev Shabbat Service
  • September 19, Saturday @ 8:30 pm - Shabbat Service, please come to make a minyan during these Days of Awe
  • September 22, Tuesday @ 6:15 pm - Erev Yom Kippur / Kol Nidre led by Rabbi Chorny
  • September 23, Wednesday
    • 8:30 am - Yom Kippur Service led by Rabbi Chorny
    • 3:30 pm - Discussion and Q & A with Rabbi Chorny
    • 4:00 pm - Mincha / Neila service followed by our Community Break the Fast.  Please bring vegetarian/dairy dishes to share. The TNS Sisterhood will setup and clean up after. 
Tzaddikim needed!
Help the homeless!
Join our dedicated TNS team in preparing and serving food at the Prado Day Center on Tuesday November 3, beginning at 11:30 am. Contact organizer Carol Berger at 481-2086 or csbberger6@gmail.com.
Lead our davening!
Please volunteer to read Torah, Haftarah or give the D’var Torah in our friendly, supportive lay-lead Friday and Saturday Shabbat Services.  Contact Mike Sommer at michael.sommer@gmail.com.
High Holiday Announcement!
 
We are delighted to announce that Mark Singer will join us in leading services on Rosh Hashanna, along with Rabbi Chorny and members of the congregation.  Mark is an accomplished singer/actor with an extensive performance history in concert, the theater, opera, and cabaret, along with a career of writer, arts executive, actor, CFO and Wall Street investor. His father, Cantor Isadore Singer had a forty year career as a cantor.  He spent 32 of those years as Chazzan at Temple Emanuel in Passaic, New Jersey.  

Gary Canant and Paul Stallman will delight us with extraordinary Shofar sounds.
 
Rabbi Daniel Chorny was raised in Bogotá, Colombia. He went on to complete his undergraduate education with distinction at the Pennsylvania State University, where he earned his B.S. in Business Management. He then completed a year of Torah Lishmah study at the
Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem, where he met his wife, Hillary Chorny. Rabbi Chorny received his rabbinic ordination and an M.A. in Talmud and Rabbinics from Jewish Theological Seminary in 2014, and currently resides in Los Angeles.
Help make a minyan!
Every Fri: 6:15pm
2nd&4th Sat: 9:30 am
Join us every:
1st Sat: 
10:30 am Torah study

6:30 PM: Seudat/Havdalah
Community News:
Join the TNS Sisterhood! Women of all ages, join together in friendship and Jewish heritage to support one another and assist in the community. We perform activities such as assisting with TNS events, supporting those in need, and organizing the TNS Women's Retreat. We'll be setting up and cleaning up Break the Fast this year for Yom Kippur. For more information, email President Jody Belsher to be put on the email  list.

Order your Lulav & Etrog now.  Cost is $50, includes shipping. Final deadline is Tues., Sept. 15. Send e-mail to Saeed @ Sniku@calpoly.edu to place your order.  Click here to find out more about this sukkot mitzvah and the tradition. If you haven't participated in this wonderful ritual, this is the year to do it.

There is still time to obtain your personal copy of Mahzor Lev Shalem, the new prayer book for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. They can be purchased for $30 from Susan Stern-Pearl. Please contact her to place your order.

Share your news with us!
Share a Simcha!
Todah Rabah to Linda and Mike Sommer for donating furnishing for the Rabbi's room. Your generous donation is appreciated.

Happy Birthday
September 14 Alan Niku

  
Send us your simchas! New house? New baby? New business venture?
Community Prayers:
  • Maxie Canant
  • Jody Eastman
  • Sophie Fishman
  • Hannah Len
Yahrtzeits:
Tishri 1, Sept. 14 Shadi Nourani,
Relative of Nourani Family
Tishri 4, Sept. 17 Harriet Beardsley,
Mother of Margaret Levine

Feel free to email your davening needs to us to be included. Would you like to memorialize your loved one on the plaque at TNS? Click to find out more!
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