Our synagogue and community is blessed by the presence of many devoted volunteers. At this time I would like to highlight a dedicated group of leaders who keep our daily services running with their love of Torah and davening. These members of Adath read Torah and/or lead services every week at our daily minyan with great skill, loving presence and commitment to our synagogue. They go above and beyond, by making their participation a regular commitment and taking responsibility for leading the service on a particular day and time every week.
If you attend our weekday services you no doubt will recognize the beautiful faces pictured here. Our regular volunteer prayer leaders are Don Masler, David Liss, David Sandler, Lon Rosenfield, Alan Grone, Julie Kozberg, Rachel Levitt, Mark Fischer and Gary Cohen. In addition, a group we affectionately call "Donny and the Trope Tones" read Torah at minyan during special weekday services and whenever there isn't a bar/t mitzvah reading. The Trope Tones Torah readers are David Liss, Miriam Segall and Don Masler (Don is our coordinator of weekday Torah readings—hence the name "Donny and the Trope Tones"!)
I can't thank these wonderful caring people enough for their devotion to our congregation which helps ensure the vitality of our daily minyan. I invite you to join them whenever you can, because your presence is essential for us to have a minyan regularly. I hope the leadership of these wonderful volunteers inspires you to come to minyan and add your voice to the choir of congregants in the seats. Without them and you we have no minyan.