Friday, January 31
Kabbalat Shabbat/Maariv 5:00 PM
Candle lighting 4:58 PM
Saturday, February 1
First Shabbat of the Month: Rabbi, I Have a Question
Junior Congregation 10:45 AM
Mini Menschen 10:45 AM
Cantor’s Class-following services
Mincha/Learning 4:40 PM
Maariv/Havdallah 5: 54PM
THIS WEEK AT ICCJ
Thursday, January 30
Knit and Schmooze 10:00 AM
Purim Spiel Tryouts 8:00 PM
Friday January 31 10:00 AM
Rabbi’s Parsha Class
Sunday, February 2 10:00 AM
Monday, February 3 8:00 PM
|PURIM IS ALMOST HERE
Calling all thespians and would be thespians. Performers of all ages are needed for a new musical Megillah. Tryouts Thursday, January 30, 8:00 PM.
DON’T BE SHY NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
FUTURE MEETINGS, EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
Thursday, February 6 8:00 PM
Sisterhood Board Meeting
Saturday, February 8
Ohr Chadash Shabbat @ HJC
Sunday, February 9
Torah for Tots @ HHJC
Tuesday, February 11 8:00 PM
Board of Trustees
Wednesday, February 12
Saturday, February 15
Young Families Shabbat Lunch
Monday, February 17
Presidents’ Day, Office Closed
| Rabbi, I Have a Question….
New at ICCJ
First Shabbat of Each Month
Rabbi, I have a question…..
Email your questions to Rabbi Fryer Bodzin.Rabbirfb@iccj2004.org by the 15th of the month, and they will be answered during services on the first Shabbat of each month.
Shabbat/Holidays/Kashrut/Jewish law/Customs/Food/Israel or anything else connected to being Jewish
Whenever a meeting is scheduled for 8:00,
please try to come at 7:45 to help make a minyan.
Your community is counting on you.
Remember, minyan is at 7:45 PM!
ISRAEL TRIP 2014
with our friends from
Hillcrest Jewish Center and Hollis Hills Jewish Center
For more information,
contact Rabbi Fryer Bodzin
MINYAN NEEDS YOU
Monday, Thursday and Torah Reading Mornings
8:30 Am 7:00 PM
8:30 AM 7:45 PM
Friday Night and Saturday nights
Check the calendar
Have you seen the ICCJ video?
Over 1450 people around the world
took a peek at our community
Click HERE to watch
Did you know:
Tourism Ministry announces the best-ever December and annual records for incoming visitors in 2013.
3.54 million visitors arrived in Israel in 2013.
For more information,
|Youth Group News
our youth director
We have begun a campaign to gather
family or close friend
in case of emergency.
If you have not done so already, please emailRabbiRFB@iccj2004.org with the name of your contact, including your relation to them and a phone number.
Mishpacha means family in Hebrew
ONGOING AT ICCJ
Rabbi Fryer Bodzin’s
Lunch and Learn
Thursdays at 12:30 PM
Finding Women’s Voices- Part Two
Fridays at 10:00 AM
Each week we will closely read the Torah portion
Cantor Ribowsky’s class
SHABBAT AT HOME
ICCJ is a partner in this
award-winning program that enriches Jewish life in the home and builds Jewish community. Each month PJ Library offers free books and music to families raising Jewish children from six months to eight years. If you have not yet signed up for this program, please check out the PJ websitewww.pjlibrary.org and find ICCJ under the “communities” menu bar.
For more information contact Arlene Ratzabiaratzabi@gmail.com
Each Saturday morning at10:45 AM ICCJ holds Junior Congregation. We explore Jewish prayer, stories, and hold lively discussions followed by a tasty kiddush! Bring your children, grandchildren, guests
Knit and Schmooze
Thursdays 10 AM- 12 PM
Shabbat candle lighting?
ICCJ has many ways for you to honor or remember the important people in your life.
Abraham & Yetta Paletz Memorial Youth Fund -Contributions are used to directly benefit the youth of ICCJ.
Education Fund -Contributions are used to support the speakers and seminars for congregational enrichment.
Bella and Harry Richter Memorial Library Fund -Contributions are used to purchase books and other print or electronic media for the synagogue library.
Henri Gros Outreach Fund - This fund helps to serve our fellow congregants in times of joy, need and sorrow.
ICCJ Synagogue Fund - Contributions are used to assist with all synagogue financial needs.
Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund - This fund allows our Rabbi to contribute to institutions or give to individuals in need.
Ritual Fund - Contributions are used to purchase and maintain prayer books and other religious material for the synagogue.
Youth Fund - Contributions are used to support our youth programs.
| ICCJ LIBRARY IS OPEN
|PLEASE NOTE, THIS WEEKLY EBLAST IS GENERATED BY HUMANS.
ERRORS AND TYPOS, FROM TIME TO TIME, ARE POSSIBLE.
IF YOU FIND ONE, BE NICE WHEN YOU LET US KNOW.
|ISRAEL CENTER OF CONSERVATIVE JUDAISM
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Rabbi Robyn Fryer Bodzin Cantor Shiya Ribowsky
Gale Schott, Office Manager email@example.com (718) 591-5353 extension 11
Mady O’Brien, Bookkeeper firstname.lastname@example.org (718) 591-5353 extension 10
President: David Hasson
Executive Vice President: Sam Weiss
Vice Presidents: Irene Meyerowitz, Ed Martin
Treasurer: Alan Aaronson
Financial Secretary: Irma Goldman
Corresponding Secretary: Betty Shaffer
Chaverim Co-Presidents: Adah Sylvan, Clarissa Weiss
Sisterhood Co-Presidents: Lisa Woliner, Shari Zuber
Mens’ Club Co-Presidents: David Schwartz, Sol Sturm