Friday Night Shabbat Service • 6 pm
Shabbat Terumah| Feb 29
Rabbi Harold Kravitz
Rachel & Gabrielle Hasko
Daughters of Josh and Laurie Hasko
Shabbat Service Schedule
Friday, February 28
6 pm: Friday Evening Service in the Chapel
Saturday, February 29
9:30 am: Saturday Morning Service in the Sanctuary followed by Congregational Kiddush lunch.
10 am - noon: Junior Congregation
10 am - 12:15 pm: SMP in session
Torah for Tots Childcare
10 am-12 pm in Gan Shelanu Preschool Room Gimel
Childcare for children 2 years-PreK while parents attend services.
Shabbat Kiddush Luncheon is sponsored by by generous donors to Adath’s Kiddush Luncheon Fund.
If you would like to sponsor a kiddush luncheon to mark an occasion, contact Miranda Weisbuch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952.545.2424.
1 pm: Mincha service in the Chapel
Please note: There will be no Ma'ariv service on Saturdays, but the yahrzeits for Sunday morning and the evening before will be read and acknowledged at the Saturday Mincha service at 1 pm.
For your home observance:
Friday night candle lighting: 5:21 pm | Shabbat ends at 6:25 pm.
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:
Rachel & Gabrielle Hasko - February 22, 2020
Rachel and Gabrielle are the daughters of Josh and Laurie Hasko. They are the sisters of Harry and granddaughters of Joe and Louise Price and Marc and Debbie Hasko. Both girls say that Social Studies is their favorite subject in school and both play soccer and dance. Rachel also likes to travel to new places. As their Hesed project they are supporting My Very Own Bed, an organization whose mission is to provide new beds and linens to children of families that have recently secured stable housing. Through their Bat Mitzvah training, Gabrielle says the most important thing she has learned is “sometimes the work can be tough but if you put in the effort, the final outcome will be really good.” Rachel says the most important thing she learned is “if you put in the time and effort, you’ll be successful.”
Nathan Kaufman - February 15, 2020
Nate is the son of Julie Berman and Hal Kaufman. He is the brother of Leo and the grandson of Constance Berman, Lyle Berman, and Sheila and Stuart Kaufman, both of blessed memory. Nate’s favorite subject in school is Social Studies. He plays basketball and likes to ski. As his Hesed project, Nate is supporting efforts to fight hunger. Through his Bar Mitzvah training, Nate say the most important thing he has learned is “perseverance is key.”
Ari Rose - February 1, 2020
Ari is the son of Lindsey and Jason Rose and the brother of Spencer. He is the grandson of Nancy and Steve Gordon and Bruce and Anita (z”l) Rose. Ari’s favorite subjects in school are Math and Gym. He plays piano, basketball, soccer and attends Herzl Camp. Ari loves dogs, especially his furry sister, Tulip. As his Hesed project, Ari is supporting Feed My Starving Children. The most important thing he has learned through his Bar Mitzvah training is “learning Torah takes time and patience and having great teachers to help me has made the process more enjoyable and rewarding.”
Chloe Feldman - January 25, 2020
Chloe is the daughter of Aimee and Noah Feldman and the sister of Allie. She is the granddaughter of Mitzi and Terry Kane and Susie and Steve (z”l) Feldman. Chloe’s favorite subjects in school are Science, Language Arts and Phy Ed. She plays travel basketball, travel soccer and lacrosse. As her Hesed project, because of her passion for working with individuals with special needs, Chloe volunteered with the Wayzata-Minnetonka Lakers Adapted Soccer team and plans to do the same with the adapted softball team in the spring. The important thing Chloe has learned through her Bat Mitzvah training is “just like when you play sports, it makes a big difference if you practice.”