Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley: October 21-27, 2022 –

Posted By on October 15, 2022

By Rabbi Alicia Magal

Shalom and greetings from the Rabbi, Board of Directors, and congregation of the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley.

All the services, classes, and programs are listed on the synagogue website, are welcome to attend services.

On Friday, October 21 a Friday evening Erev Shabbat service, led by Rabbi Alicia Magal, begins at 5:30 pm both in person and on Zoom, and live-streamed for members and their invitees. Congregants participate by lighting candles, doing a reading, or having an Aliyah for the Torah service. Verses from the Torah portion will be chanted from the very beginning of the Torah, from the Book of Genesis about the creation of the world (Bereishit, Genesis 1:1 6:8).Blessings for those who are ill, and a Mazal Tov for those celebrating a birthday or anniversary will be offered at the Kabbalat Shabbat service. Kaddish, the Mourners prayer, will be recited in memory of those who passed away either recently or at this time in past years. Shabbat offers a time out from work and worry, an opportunity to be grateful for our lives and the bounty with which we are blessed. Nancy Weinman and Richard Witlin will sponsor the Oneg refreshments in honor of their recent wedding.

Meditation class will meet on Wednesday, October 26 at 4:00 on zoom.

On Thursday, October 27, at 4:00 pm, Torah study, led by Rabbi Magal on Zoom, will focus on the Torah portion about Noah and the Flood and the tale about the Tower of Babel (Genesis 6:9 11:32).

The Social Action Committee is continuing to collect food for the local Sedona food pantry. Please drop off cans or boxes of non-perishable foods in the bin provided for collections at the stairs leading to the synagogue sanctuary.

The Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley, located at 100 Meadow Lark Drive off Route 179 in Sedona, is a welcoming, egalitarian, inclusive congregation dedicated to building a link from the past to the future by providing religious, educational, social and cultural experiences. Messages to the office telephone at 928 204-1286 will be answered during the week. Updated information is available on the synagogue website

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