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New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Israel Bonds Brunch

Family Hospice program

1

Erev Yom HaAtzmaut

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

First Mondays

Minyan

2

Israel Independence Day

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Non-Life Master Games

Minyan

3

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Adult Education: Shulchan Aruch/Talmud/Judaism 101

Minyan

Centennial Committee All-Chair Meeting

4

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Open Games

Steam Team

Minyan

5

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Shabbat Service

6

New Year’s Day

Bar Mitzvah, Seth Kreisel / Shabbat Service

Jr. Congregation

7

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

RS – Last Day

Last Day RS

Tribute to Rabbis Greenbaum SOLD OUT

8

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Minyan

Executive Comm. Budget Meeting

Israeli Dancing

9

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Non-Life Master Games

South Hills Jewish Community Book Club 

Minyan

10

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Adult Education: Shulchan Aruch/Talmud/Judaism 101

Minyan

11

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Open Games

Minyan

Bridge: Non-Life Master Games

12

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Shabbat Service

13

Summer Sunsations

New Year’s Day

Torah Yoga

Bar Mitzvah, Michael Bruni / Shabbat service

14

Lag BaOmer

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

15

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Minyan

History Adult Ed

Israeli Dancing

16

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Non-Life Master Games

Minyan

Bridge: Open Games

17

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Adult Education: Shulchan Aruch/Talmud/Judaism 101

Minyan

18

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Christian-Jewish Dialogue

Bridge: Open Games

Minyan

19

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Shabbat Service

Musical Shabbat Service – Friday Night Live Israeli Themed

20

New Year’s Day

Bat Mitzvah, Sylvia Alpern / Shabbat service

Jr. Congregation

21

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

100 Ways to Celebrate Family Brunch

Wild Things Game

22

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Minyan

Board Meeting (budget)

Israeli Dancing

23

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Non-Life Master Games

Minyan

Bridge: Open Games

24

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Adult Education: Shulchan Aruch/Talmud/Judaism 101

Minyan

Inclusion Committee Mtg.

25

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Open Games

Minyan

Bridge: Non-Life Master Games

26

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Shabbat Service

27

New Year’s Day

Bar Mitzvah, Jonah Baram / Shabbat service

Jr. Congregation

28

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Joint Confirmation Service

29

Memorial Day

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Minyan

Israeli Dancing

30

Erev Shavuot

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Non-Life Master Games

Minyan

31

LATE NIGHT STUDY at the Rabbis Greenbaum

Late Night Study

Tikkun Leil Shavuot

Shavuot

New Year’s Day

1

Shavuot

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Bridge: Open Games

Minyan

2

New Year’s Day

Morning Service

Shabbat Service

Guitar Service

3

New Year’s Day

Shabbat Service & Spungen Auf Ruf

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