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Clergy Corner

Our wonderful clergy -- Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb and Founding Rabbi Sid Schwarz and Hazzan Rachel Hersh -- have much to say to us.

Cllck here for Rabbi Fred's dispatches from the 2015 World Zionist Congress (long but worth it). Click here for Rabbi Fred's August 2015 presentation to Ecological Society of America on "Old-time religion and cutting-edge climate: Jewish and interfaith intersections with ecological science."  Click here for Rabbi Fred's interview with the Reconstructionist "Cutting-Edge Judaism" podcast on sustainability. Click here for Rabbi Fred's recent interview on Interfaith Radio. Click here for Rabbi Fred's 180s (thought provokers). You can also read Rabbi Fred's comments in Moment magazine's Ask the Rabbis

Click here for Rabbi Sid's d'var torah on "Yitzhak Rabin: Reflections on Loss, Despair and Hope"

For materials from our recent Shabbaton on the theology of Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan, click here

Find links to High Holiday Sermons here.

Here are Hazzan Rachel's remarks at the 20th Anniversary Celebration

To view a Learner's Service, featuring Hazzan Rachel, click the "More" button below.



Congregational Happenings

Shabbat Shuvah Healing Circle (Rabbi Sandy Rubenstein/Susana Isaacson)

A time of gentle reflection, music, poetry, prayer and sharing, Saturday, October 8th, 1:00-2:15pm
MAKOM Quiet Retreat

Sunday, October 9th2-6:00pm with Kit Turen

YOGA:  Friday mornings with Cantor Rachel

Sept. 17-Nov. 18/8:30-10:00am
Drop-in: $10/session non-member/ $5 session member

Upcoming Classes

You are invited to join the next Wise Aging group. Click here for details.

Kids Adventures Academy

We are delighted to announce that the Adat Shalom Board has approved the rental contract with Kids Adventures Academy. Click here for information that we hope will be of interested to you. Feel free to share it with friends and family who may be interested.

Haiti Mission 2016

The next service mission to Haiti (our fourth) will take place from Dec. 21-28th 2016 and cost approximately $3,000. Adults and their children (ages 15 and up) are welcome.

Those interested should be in touch with Steve Hellman. For those who were not at the Shabbat service, check out this video message from Pastor Johnny and the NICL School in Haiti that Adat Shalom supports:

For more information, please click here.

Vehicle Donations Welcome

There are a variety of ways to make charitable contributions to the congregation. Now, you can donate your vehicle to the congregation through an easy online service.

This is a great way of making a contribution by donating a car that you no longer wish to use. Please consider our vehicle donation program.

Please use this link to initiate the donation process.

High Holiday Information

Full information for the High Holidays, along with registration forms, is now available for Adat Shalom members and guests. Click here for the High Holiday information page.

After the first morning of services, join us for Adat Shalom's annual observance of Tashlich, this year at Meadowbrook Park. A flyer can be found here.

Full details on all of these observances can be found on the information page.

The High Holiday Appeal Has Begun 

High Holiday Appeal Letters have been sent. After Rosh Hashanah, you will receive a High Holiday Appeal call from a member of the Board or Program Council. Alternatively, many members participate in the Pledge Ahead program. To participate in Pledge Ahead, mail your pledge using the form at the end of your letter or pledge online here before Rosh Hashanah (by Saturday, October 2, 2016).