Come support Nimratz USY! On Monday, April 6th eat dinner at the U Village Veggie Grill restaurant to help send USYers to the Regional Convention! If you mention USY at the cash register a third of your bill will be donated to USY scholarship funds.


Following the Purim Carnival, all 8th-12th graders are invited to join us for a Purim themed lunch (including sweet and savory Hammentachen) and Purim party.  Please sign up below to participate. The cost is $8 in advance and $10 day of.

 

All teens are also invited to volunteer at our Purim Carnival right before this event!


USY (8th-12th Graders) Into the Night Game Room Style

January 18th and 19th

It’s time for everyone’s favorite game: Into the night! Join USY for a game filled night. We’ll start at U village with a scavenger hunt and head back to the synagogue for more games and contests. The fun starts at 7pm and lasts until 9:30am the next morning. Register at below for $30 per person before the early bird deadline, January 12th. All 8th-12th graders invited! *We don’t want the cost to be prohibitive, please reach out to us if you need financial assistance.

Join us for this exciting annual program! Drop off will be at University Village and pick up at CBS!

Any questions? Please contact Bevin, USY Advisor at bevin.fritzwaters@gmail.com


This amazing monthly youth led service (no adults allowed! Only post B’nai Mitzvah teens!) is an incredible place to make new friends, enjoy delicious food, and practice your service leading and Torah skills! Youth lead every aspect of the service from Shacharit to our Power Musaf! Then, we join together for lunch and some socializing. Youth Minyan meets 6-8 Shabbat mornings per year from 10:15am to Noonish in the Beit Midrash (Library) at Beth Shalom.
No sign up required, just mark your calendar for the 2018-2018 dates: 5/11/19 (Graduation Shabbat)
Questions? Want to sign up to lead or read? Contact Jeremy Rose.


Presented by Israeli American Council, hosted by CBS.

Since the days of King David, the Jewish people never had an artist like Naomi Shemer whose music was sung by so many and had such a vast and dramatic effect and influence on the Jewish and Israeli narrative.

Over 1,000 songs were written and composed by Shemer. Many of which tell the story of the State of Israel—from its birth through today, in happy times and sad. Her work is still very much ‘alive’ and cherished by all.  Naomi Shemer belongs to everyone, in the Jewish State and across the world.

Roy Rimshon, a self-confessed Naomi Shemer enthusiast, brings light and life to Shemer’s story. From her childhood in Kibbutz Kinneret through adolescence, from her musical education and early songs to becoming a living legend, Shemer’s life is a colorful narrative. Rimshon’s lectures combine well-known songs, videos and rare pictures, unfolding the life and work of this most influential and loved artist of the State of Israel.

Ticket prices:
Early Bird: $15 +1.78 fee (prior to May 23)
Day of: $18 +$1.93 fee (Day of)

To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/iac-talk-the-israeli-story-through-naomis-shemers-life-story-tickets-60793420758


Join us to hear from Lesley Sachs, Immediate Past Executive Director of Women of the Wall (WOW), Director of WOW’s Speakers Bureau, as she shares information about the organization’s efforts to ensure gender equality and religious pluralism in Israel. As a leading voice in Israel for women’s rights and religious pluralism. WOW’s supporters come from a wide range of religious observance with a singular goal of empowering and encouraging freedom of religious expression and gender equality in Israel. WOW advocates for social and legal recognition of the right for women to wear prayer shawls, pray, and read from the Torah, collectively and aloud, at the Western Wall. While WOW’s visibility is advocating for freedom of women and girls to pray at Judaism’s holiest site, the Kotel, the organization’s work encompasses a wider vision of inclusion for Jewish women and girls of all denominations in Israel to live and pray safely and as they choose.


This amazing monthly youth led service (no adults allowed! Only post B’nai Mitzvah teens!) is an incredible place to make new friends, enjoy delicious food, and practice your service leading and Torah skills! Youth lead every aspect of the service from Shacharit to our Power Musaf! Then, we join together for lunch and some socializing. Youth Minyan meets 6-8 Shabbat mornings per year from 10:15am to Noonish in the Beit Midrash (Library) at Beth Shalom.
No sign up required, just mark your calendar for the 2018-2018 dates: 6/8/19
Questions? Want to sign up to lead or read? Contact Jeremy Rose.



This amazing monthly youth led service (no adults allowed! Only post B’nai Mitzvah teens!) is an incredible place to make new friends, enjoy delicious food, and practice your service leading and Torah skills! Youth lead every aspect of the service from Shacharit to our Power Musaf! Then, we join together for lunch and some socializing. Youth Minyan meets 6-8 Shabbat mornings per year from 10:15am to Noonish in the Beit Midrash (Library) at Beth Shalom.
No sign up required, just mark your calendar for the 2018-2018 dates: 5/11/19 (Graduation Shabbat), 6/8/19.
Questions? Want to sign up to lead or read? Contact Jeremy Rose.


This amazing monthly youth led service (no adults allowed! Only post B’nai Mitzvah teens!) is an incredible place to make new friends, enjoy delicious food, and practice your service leading and Torah skills! Youth lead every aspect of the service from Shacharit to our Power Musaf! Then, we join together for lunch and some socializing. Youth Minyan meets 6-8 Shabbat mornings per year from 10:15am to Noonish in the Beit Midrash (Library) at Beth Shalom.
No sign up required, just mark your calendar for the 2018-2018 dates: 4/13/19, 5/11/19 (Graduation Shabbat), 6/8/19.
Questions? Want to sign up to lead or read? Contact Jeremy Rose.

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