Religious Affairs Committee - April 2022

As I sit here writing this article I am so happy to report

that for the past month we were able to conduct services in

person as we did before the pandemic. We would love to

see more of you at services and I know that will happen

soon.


In my next article I will report on the Purim services we

have planned, and I can tell you now that it will be fun and

a mitzvah at the same time.


As you know, Passover is next. This year the holiday

begins on Friday night, April 15 and Sisterhood is planning

a Temple Seder. The details will be found elsewhere in this

newsletter. Rabbi Schonblum will conduct the seder and it

is something to look forward to. Who is the youngest person

and who will recite the four questions? On Saturday,

April 23 (the final day of Pesach) at services, the Yizkor

prayer will be recited.


Yom Hashoa (Holocaust Memorial Day) will be observed

in our Temple on April 28. This committee is working on a

program to commemorate this. Details to be announced

soon. Everyone will invited and encouraged to attend.


Our services and events are open to all. Come and join

us and be a part of our vibrant Jewish population at PPJC.


Lynda, Richard and I wish all of you a Zeesen Pesach.


Sheila and Lynda

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