Friday Night Shabbat Service • 6 pm
Shabbat Tetzaveh | February 16
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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Past B'nai Mitzvah:
Zoe Ziessman - January 26, 2019
Zoe is the daughter of Scot and Julie Ziessman and the sister of Emily. She is the granddaughter of Penny and Mark Ziessman, Susan Greenman, and Laurence and Ellen Granof. Zoe’s
favorite subject in school is Math and she is a rhythmic gymnast, plays volleyball and loves going to Herzl Camp. As her Hesed project, Zoe is supporting the Alzheimer’s Association. The most important thing she has learned through her Bat Mitzvah training is “you should take your time to get things right.”
Lucy Nabedrick - January 19, 2019
Lucy is the daughter of Stacie and Joe Nabedrick. She is the sister of Cassidy and granddaughter of Larry and Dianne (z”l) Cooperman and Nettie and Jack Nabedrick. Lucy’s favorite subject in school is Social Studies and she plays basketball and tennis. As her Hesed project, Lucy is supporting Bags of Smiles, an organization that provides children battling serious illness a chance to be a kid and smile. Lucy is donating toys, crafts, games and more to make up the Bags of Smiles. Through her Bat Mitzvah training, Lucy says she has learned “it’s not just a single day, it’s the journey that’s important.”
Vanessa Siegel - January 12, 2019
Vanessa is the daughter of Melissa and Paul Siegel. She is the sister of Jackie, Jason and Jonah. Her grandparents are Helen and Harvey Chargo and Marshall (z”l) and Elaine Siegel. Vanessa’s favorite subjects in school are Science and Math. She enjoys dance, gymnastics and skiing. As her Hesed project, Vanessa has chosen to support the Animal Humane Society. Through her Bat Mitzvah training, Vanessa says the most important thing she has learned is “hard work pays off and by taking time to practice, I can confidently present myself and all that I have prepared for my Bat Mitzvah.”
Ella Lefkow - January 5, 2019
Ella is the daughter of Stephanie and Ed Lefkow. She is the sister of Aaron and Shoshana and granddaughter of Cari Lefkow and Howard Monheit; Marshall and Dianne Bank; Al Lefkow (z”l) and Janet Bank (z”l). Ella’s favorite subject in school is Math and she is a gymnast and plays softball. As her Hesed project, Ella is donating to Can Do Canines, an organization that trains puppies and dogs to help persons with disabilities. Ella says the most important thing she has learned through her Bat Mitzvah training is “it’s important to try your hardest on everything and to not give up even when things get hard.”