Friday Night Shabbat Service • 6 pm
Shabbat Shelach Lecha| June 29
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
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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:
Kenzie and Taylor Berman - June 8, 2019
Kenzie and Taylor are the daughters of Bradley and Erica Berman. They are the sisters of Cade, Payton, Dylan, Michael and Addison. They are granddaughters of Connie Berman and Lyle Berman. Kenzie’s favorite subjects in school are Math and English. Taylor’s favorites are Science and Math. Both girls play hockey and soccer and both enjoy dance and art. They are very excited for their B’not Mitzvah and to celebrate with their family and friends. As their Hesed project, Kenzie and Taylor are supporting No Kid Hungry, an organization working to end child hunger in America by ensuring that all children get the healthy food they need every day to thrive. Through their B’not Mitzvah training, Kenzie and Taylor say they “have learned a lot about ourselves, our learning styles and that hard work early helps you feel more confident later.”
Hannah Wall - June 1, 2019
Hannah is the daughter of Amy Levy and Bryan Wall and the sister of Mari. She is the granddaughter of Joy Greenberg, David Levy, Leonard Wall and Irma Wall (z”l). Hannah’s favorite subjects in school are Math and Chinese. She has studied Chinese for eight years. She is also a figure skater. As her Hesed project, Hannah volunteered at the Crisis Nursery, doing enrichment activities with the kids. Through her Bat Mitzvah training, Hannah says the most important thing she has learned is “Keep trying! Even when it gets really tough! Things will come together.”
Noa Parker - May 25, 2019
Noa is the daughter of Libby and
Enrique Parker. She is the sister of Tali and Judah and granddaughter of JoAnn Sands; Udi Goldstein; Lori and Tom DiCampo; and Rick and Patty Deuymovitch. Noa’s favorite
subjects in school are Art and Science. She loves to sing and dance and when it comes to her schoolwork, she is very determined. As her Hesed project, Noa will be working with MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger for the next year and concluding with her sister’s Bat Mitzvah in Israel. Noa says the most important thing she has learned while preparing for her Bat Mitzvah is “you can’t be perfect the first time you try something new.”
Leah Spencer - May 18, 2019
Leah is the daughter of Amy and Mark Spencer. She is the sister of Noah and Peyton (z”l) and granddaughter of Ruthanne and Alan Lapinsky and Bonnie Jungwirth. Leah’s favorite subject in school is Math. She also participates in track and field and skiing. One of her favorite things to do is travel, whether it’s a road trip or internationally. As her Hesed project, Leah is supporting Girls, Inc., a nonprofit organization that encourages all girls to be "Strong, Smart, and Bold" through direct service and advocacy. Through her Bat Mitzvah training, the most important thing Leah has learned is “always practice more than you think you need to.”