Friday Night Shabbat Service • 6 pm
Shabbat Vayigash | December 15
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
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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:
May & Neev Zeroni - December 8, 2018
May and Neev are the daughter and son of Jenny and Ilan Zeroni. They are the grandchildren of Renee and Haim Naim and Shush and Moshe Zeroni. May’s favorite subjects in school are Social Studies, ETD (Engineering, Technology & Design) and Math. Neev likes Science, FACS (Family & Consumer Science) and Social Studies. They are both involved in competitive sports, Destination Imagination, karate, music and community service. As their Hesed project, May and Neev are investing in the future generation by providing free tutoring to elementary school students at the Plymouth Library on Sundays from 1-2 pm. Something that they want us to know about them is that their parents are from Israel and attended Adath’s sister congregation, Magen Avraham in Omer. Through their B’nai Mitzvah training, both May and Neev say they have learned “it takes a lot of work but it’s worth the effort. The effort results in a good outcome while learning cool things on the way.”
Jason Rotenberg - December 1, 2018
Jason is the son of Lisa and Richard Rotenberg. He is the brother of Jordan and Emily and the grandson of Jean and
David (z”l) Rotenberg and Lynn and Buddy Abramson. Jason’s favorite subject in school is Science. He likes robotics and plays piano and football. As his Hesed project, Jason is donating a portion of his Bar Mitzvah gifts to FIDF, Friends of the Israel Defense Forces. The most important thing that Jason has learned through his Bar Mitzvah training is “practice makes perfect and hard work pays off.”
Noah Galinson - November 10, 2018
Noah is the son of Aaron Galinson and Missy Hanlon. He is the brother of Sydney and grandson of Robert and Penny Galinson and Mike and Ester Hanlon. Noah’s favorite subject in school is Math. He enjoys computer gaming and snowboarding. As his Hesed project, Noah is supporting Feed My Starving Children. His Bar Mitzvah training has taught him that “hard work pays off.”
Lexi Guttman - November 3, 2018
Lexi is the daughter of Debby and Matt Guttman. She is the sister of Zach and Ruby and the granddaughter of Barb and Earl Hoffman; Andi Montana; and Bruce and Robin Guttman. Lexi’s favorite subject in school is Language Arts. She enjoys skiing and playing lacrosse. As her Hesed project, Lexi is supporting the Birthday Party Project by donating supplies for those who cannot afford, or have never had, their own birthday party. Through her Bat Mitzvah training, Lexi has learned “hard work definitely pays off in the end!”