Friday January 11th and Saturday January 12th
Friday candle lighting: 5:05 pm
Shabbat ends: 6:11 pm
Kabbalat Shabbat at Hillel at 4:50
Mincha Shabbat afternoon at Hillel at 1:15pm approx (after Lunch)
01/12/19: Anstandig/Bendavid and Clearfield/Kresch
01/19/19: Bernstein/Lewis and Bechar
SUNDAY (9:00 am), Monday (7:20 am), Tuesday (7:30 am) -- at Hillel
Wednesday (7:30 am), Thursday (7:20am), Friday (7:30 am) -- at Chabad
Weekday Mincha/Maariv next week - 5:10 pm.
For more information about daily minyan or to be added to the WhatsApp group for up-to-the-minute updates, contact Hersh Bootin at email@example.com
Rabbi Berman will address the community on Shabbat morning during services on the topic of “Ethical Transformation Through Shabbat.”
He will also be speaking during seuda shlishit at 5pm on the topic of “Cloning in Jewish Law and Thought.”
Community members are invited to attend seuda shlishit.
If you plan to attend the seuda shlishit or if you need more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org."
Saturday, January 12 4:30pm: Kids Pajama and Havdalah party at Rachel and Jeremy Baruch’s house. Please join us as we say goodbye to shabbat with a special musical havdalah ceremony for kids. Kids ages 0+ and their families are welcome. Pajama attire is encouraged for the kiddos! it will take place at 1110 Olivia Ave. Ann Arbor
Save-the-Date: AAOM Mystery Guest Lunch- RSVP by Jan 22
The AAOM is planning a Mystery Shabbat Lunch event on Saturday, February 2nd. AAOM members, O-Minyan students, and Tot-Shabbat regulars will sign up by Tuesday January 22nd to host or be hosted for Shabbat Lunch the following week and will be randomly assigned a group to eat with!
If you are interested in participating, please email me (Rochellemlipsky@gmail.com) by Tuesday, January 22nd with answers to the questionnaire below. We have included some FAQs on the bottom of this email for more details.
Family Challah Bake Sunday, February 10 from 3:00- 5:00 pm at the JCC sponsored by PJ library and Chabad as well as others. The goal of this event is to bring together Jewish families with their children of all ages, from every point on the Jewish spectrum for a day of fun, creativity and most importantly, of unity. Each participant will receive their very own chef hat and apron, and together with their parents, we will knead, braid and shape the delicious loafs.
Ann Arbor Orthodox Minyan
P.O. Box 7150
Ann Arbor, MI 48107
If you know of anyone who would like to be hosted for shabbat or holiday meals, please put them in touch with our welcoming committee at email@example.com
Got any Simchas? Birthdays, anniversary!! Please share them with the community by sending your simcha to firstname.lastname@example.org before the announcements go out. We would love to celebrate together.
Please send any upcoming minyan or community news to email@example.com on Wednesday before the announcements are due. Thanks
Please check out our website, annarborminyan.org