Friday Night Shabbat Service • 6 pm
Shabbat Ki Tavo| Sept 21
Minyan - Begin and end your day with prayer and community.
Mon-Fri: 7:20 AM
Sundays: 9:30 AM
Mon-Thur & Sun: 5:45 PM
Shabbat Mincha 1:00 PM
Need a Ride?
If you need a ride to or from Adath services or synagogue events, our volunteers can help you stay connected to our Adath community. For transportation, call Adath’s Yad Sima Tova Transportation Hotline 952.215.3937. Please make arrangements at least five days in advance.
Past B'nai Mitzvah:
Andrew Steinberg - Sept 14, 2019
Andrew is the son of Becka and Dan Steinberg and twin brother of Ryan. He is the grandson of Bonnie and Bruce Berezovsky, Susan Big and Gabe Steinberg. Andrew’s favorite subject in school is Math. He enjoys playing chess, the trumpet, basketball, baseball and soccer. As his Hesed project, Andrew is volunteering at the Special Olympics. The most important thing Andrew has learned through his Bar Mitzvah training is “how to read Torah.”
Ryan Steinberg - Sept 14, 2019
Ryan is the son of Becka and Dan Steinberg and twin brother of Andrew. He is the grandson of Bonnie and Bruce Berezovsky, Susan Big and Gabe Steinberg. Ryan’s favorite subject in school is Math and he enjoys playing chess, the piano and basketball. He is excited to become an adult in the Jewish community. As his Hesed project, Ryan is supporting the Humane Society. The most important thing Ryan has learned through
his Bar Mitzvah training is “even though the process is long and hard, it will pay off in the end.”
Colin Paul - Sept 7, 2019
Colin is the son of Stephanie and Michael (z”l) Paul and brother of Jessica. He is the grandson of Al and Bonnie (z”l) Tyszelman and Robert and Elaine Paul. Colin’s favorite subjects in school are Math and Science. He especially likes lacrosse, hockey and biking but enjoys playing or watching all kinds of sports. As his Hesed project, with his love of animals, Colin is volunteering with The Retrievers, helping pet owners reunite with lost pets. Through his Bar Mitzvah training, the important thing Colin said he has learned is “if you work hard you can be successful in anything you put your mind to.”
Leo Holcomb - August 31, 2019
Leo is the son of Kari Zimmerman and Matt Holcomb. He is the brother of Gil and Judah and grandson of Art and Bev (z”l)
Zimmerman; Donna Holcomb and Harold and Irene Holcomb. Leo’s favorite subjects in school are English and Language Arts. He enjoys robotics, plays basketball and refers to Herzl Camp as his second home. As his Hesed project, Leo is supporting efforts to eliminate food insecurity in the United States and Israel. Through his Bar Mitzvah training, Leo says the most important thing he has learned is “like my Torah portion says, the most important thing is to learn the lay of the land and for kids, “the land” can symbolize many different things.”
Ariella Rosenwald - August 24, 2019
Ariella is the daughter of Kara and Uri Rosenwald and sister of Jeremy. She is the granddaughter of Phil and Leah Pickman and Ruth and Judah Rosenwald. Ariella’s favorite subjects in school are Art, Music and Hebrew. She attends Talmud Torah, is a Girl Scout and plays volleyball. She loves playing the trumpet at school. Through her Bat Mitzvah training, Ariella says the most important thing she has learned is “you have to work hard and put time into things to experience progress.”