Please save the date of erev Yom haAtzmaut for the Bermans celebration:
- Mazal tov to Gabriela and Sidney Cohen on the birth of their grandson and to
parents Yael and Eitan Weiss. Mazal tov also to great-grandparents Helen and
Aaron Cohen and to paternal grandparents Sara and Moshe Weiss.
- Shabbat Hagadol
Shiur in English for men and women:
Rabbi Aryeh Frimer: "Insights into the Hagada: Hallel, Hallel haGadol and
Nishmat" Please bring a Hagada
- PESACH NOTICES
- Looking for volunteers, preferably from 10th grade & up, to
help in packaging parcels of food for the needy before Pesach. If you can help on
Tuesday morning (around 10 AM) for a few hours please contact Ilana Friedlander
ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 057-5706592.
- We are looking for someone to do a סיום on Erev passover / תענית בכורות.
Please send e-mail to email@example.com
or contact Jerry Kriger.
- Maot Hittim reminder - please send in your donations ASAP. Checks
should be made out to “Jacob Berman Community Center" with a notation that
the funds are for the shul “keren tzedaka pessach”. The checks should be mailed
to: Jacob Berman Community Center, P.O. Box 1146, Rehovot 76111 or delivered
to the Gabbaim.
- Selling Chametz:
- Medications and cosmetics
The following guides are available on-line:
BermaNoar - Parents, we need your cooperation
- We will hear Moshe Givati, an excellent military history lecturer, on the battle
of the Hermon (in which he participated). Details on the speaker (in Hebrew) can
be found at
- We will also have festive tefilla and a meal.
- Volunteers are needed to help with parallel activities for kids, and some help
for organizing (excel page for signing up, ordering food, setting up that day, etc.).
Please sign up on the volunteers' page link or contact Chaya
- During the evening we will pay tribute to our young members serving
in צה"ל and שרות לאומי.
PARENTS: Please update
the list at http://tinyurl.com/y8ml8ut
to add the names of new inductees and to remove the names of those who have completed
their service. Please also send the names of new inductees by e-mail to
A parents' meeting took place in the shul last Motsash. Those who attended all agreed
on how important
an active BermaNoar group is for our kids and for the future of our community.
Parents, whether you attended or not, please give a few minutes of your
precious time to update us with the
following information about your school age children (Grades א-י"ב), names, gender, age, email and/or Facebook and cell phone numbers (if they have them).
Please click here
to access the registration form.
The number of people attending the morning minyan has been reduced by at least 25-30%
relative to 5 years ago. Although we are not yet at the point where we may not have
a minyan during week days, nevertheless for a shul of our membership and commitment
to shiurim and all types of religious activity, the size of the morning minyan is
disconcerting. If only 40 people who presently do not attend the minyan would commit
to coming just once or twice a week in addition to Shabbat on days that are more
convenient for them, we would find the minyan to be much larger and more commensurate
with the shul goals.
Kippot: Did you find unneeded kippot during your Pesach
cleaning? If so, please donate them to the shul for the use of visitors.
Members who have not yet received their copy of the 2012 Membership Directory should
notify firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange
HOSPITALITY, COMINGS & GOINGS - הכנסת אורחים
The community wishes to know about new arrivals or people planning to come
to Rehovot so that we can welcome them. You may send in their details for the weekly
bulletin, to email@example.com
or to Chaya Tannor.
- On Shabbat Parshat Tazria-Metzora April 20, we were asked to host Nativ soldiers.
We need 15-20 families. The Nativ course is open to all Olim (Jewish under 10 years
in Israel) & non Jewish. During this course they learn about Jewish history,
Zionism, basic Tanach, Chagim etc. For those who want to convert, this is a preparation
course before they start the conversion seminars. The Shabbat spent with a family
is one of the highlights of the Nativ course, but as it is the first time for most
of them participating in a Jewish orthodox Shabbat they naturally have some fears.
For most of them it will be the first time experiencing Hachnasat Orchim. Unfortunately
quite a few of them experienced rejection as Olim ... we hope a Shabbat at Berman's
will give them a different experience. As not all of them need or want to convert,
it would be fine to commit to only hosting them this Shabbat, for those of you who
would like to continue hosting them during their conversion (3-4 Shabbatot), we
will make the match. As Pesach is right before this Shabbat I would appreciate it
if you would get back to me ASAP so I can arrange the hosting before then (the soldiers
come in couples, either boys or girls). For more information & to sign up please
contact Ilana Friedlander at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or 057-5706592 Thanks!
MISHEBEIRACH LECHOLIM + BIKKUR CHOLIM - מישברך לחולים וביקור חולים
- Please send in names (3 maximum) to email@example.com,
(preferably by Thursday) or write them out and to give to the Gabbaim before kria.
Names must be resubmitted anew every week.
- If you are convalescing at home and would like visitors, please write in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PERSONAL & BASEMENT
Please note that the Berman Please note that the Berman Community is not responsible
for the Halachic propriety or kashrut of items listed.
- Meet the T.E.A.M.
Together English speakers Achieve
Social – cultural club 50+
Opening Event! Monday, 30 April 2012, 10:00 a.m.
Swiss Havayot Community Center
52 Sireni Street, Rehovot Ellen Lax 08-9310710