Upcoming Events

Oct 21, 2014

Intro to Judaism/Conversion Course 2014-15

Adath Jeshurun, Beth El and Sharei Chesed synagogues offer a joint Introduction to Judaism course on Tuesday evenings, beginning October 21 and taught by rabbis of these congregations. The class will challenge and inspire participants both intellectually and spiritually. Introduction to Judaism is open to Jews, non-Jews, people who have grown up in interfaith families,…

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Oct 23, 2014

Women’s League Book Club

The Women’s League Book Club will resume on Thursday, October 23 with a discussion of Me Before You. The group meets at Perkins on 394 & Louisiana on the second Thursday of the month. For time and additional information contact Charlene Aaron, 952.540.6283, or Laureen Phillips, 763.545.4236

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Oct 26, 2014

Sunday Minyan Breakfast

Sunday Minyan breakfast bagel coffee

Join us at 9:30 am for Minyan, followed by a delicious breakfast, on Sunday, October 26.  Our presenter this month will be Judith Brin Ingber. This intimate program builds friendships and supports our minyan.

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Oct 30, 2014

Challah-ween: The Ingredients of Shabbat

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Come make challah while learning the ingredients of Shabbat.  Pizza will be served. Only $5.
Thursday, October 30 at 6:30 PM
Sabes JCC – Auditorium
4330 South Cedar Lake Road, Minneapolis, MN

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Nov 1, 2014

Honoring our 83-Year-Old Members

Adath members turning 83 years old in 2014 will be honored on November 1, in celebration of their “second B’nai Mitzvah.” The custom of celebrating a second Bar or Bat Mitzvah at age 83 derives from the verse in Psalm 90, “The days of our years are seventy, or if by reason of special strength,…

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Featured Stories

Israeli Art Sale and Exhibit at Adath

Safrai Israeli art half page adDon’t miss this unique opportunity to view and purchase a variety of Israeli art as Adath showcases nearly 1500 pieces from more than 100 Israeli artists, such as Marc Chagall, Abraham Binder, Shemuel Katz and Reuven Rubin.  Menachem Safrai of the renowned Safrai Fine Art Gallery in Israel will personally guide visitors through the gallery set up at Adath October 30 to November 2.

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Love, Loss, Dementia and Family Relationships

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View three extraordinary, award-winning films about the effects of dementia within families.  There will be light dinner, brief presentations from Dr. Vic Sandler, Annette Sandler; plus discussion leaders from throughout the community. Your hosts will be Rabbi Harold Kravitz and Rabbi Barry Cytron. RSVP online.

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Latest News

Preserve Our History by Helping Identify Photos in our Archives

Archives_low resWe need your help identifying photographs housed in our Adath archives. Archivist Kate Dietrick is ready for us with boxes of photographs she already has in files.

Carolyn Abramson and Norm Pink have scheduled two dates (October 28 and 30) to meet-up from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon at that the Anderson Library on the University of Minnesota Campus.

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Why Hong Kong’s Struggle for Democracy Really Matters

Samuel Chu, who heads synagogue organizing for MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, just returned from Hong Kong, where his father, Reverend Chu Yiu-ming, cofounded ‪OccupyCentral‬ and is one of the leaders of the umbrella democracy movement there.  Samuel will speak at 2 pm, November 2 in the Adath Library about this movement that demands universal suffrage…

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Wrestling with Prayer

On Rosh Hashanah, Rabbi Harold Kravitz spoke about a prayer initiative that we will be launching at Adath. In anticipation, he shared with us thoughts from Rabbi Jan Uhrbach about how we can approach the service. You may download from this link a PDF of Rabbi Uhrbach’s Guide to Prayer on the High Holidays. Please…

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Service Schedule

Shabbat Noach

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6:00 PM   Friday Evening
9:30 AM   Morning Service
5:45 PM   Shabbat Mincha


Daily Minyan:

7:20 am  Monday – Friday
9:30 am Sunday & Legal Holidays
5:45 pm Monday – Thursday & Sunday