Please join us as Brotherhood leads a special Shabbat morning service and honors many of the men who help keep our community vibrant and strong.
Our guest speaker is Dan Caine. Dan is a board member of Repair the World (Jewish engagement through service) and the Friends of the Arava Institute (bringing Arabs and Jews together in Israel to address environmental and climate issues). He is a long-time member of Temple Emanuel and has, over the years, volunteered with other Jewish organizations, including Combined Jewish Philanthropies, JCDS, the Newton Centre Minyan and Our Generation Speaks. In his free time, Dan created a software package for calculating income tax, as well as software to help attorneys and individuals with the financial aspects of divorce.
The morning will also feature a d’var Torah by Bob Braitman. Bob is a past international president of the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs. He is best known for bringing the “Hearing Men’s Voices” program to FJMC, which has been adopted by men’s clubs and brotherhoods around North America and in Israel. Bob recently retired after 45 years practicing pediatric and adolescent medicine in Norwood. He also serves as a mohel performing brit milah in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Special aliyot will honor Keeper of the Flame David Mamon, Yellow Candle participants, along with our past and current leadership. Services will be led by Frank Aronson and Danny Mandeau. Torah readers include Peter Matusow, Mitch Breslau, Howard Breslau, Mikey Rosemberg, Max Breslau, Josh Gann, and Sid Kadish and Haftorah reader David Rozenson.
Plus we get assistance leading the service from the winners of our religious school Ashrei/Adon Olam contest.
The conversation continues at the “Chat with Dan and Bob” table during our festive Kiddush following services.+ More... - Less...
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