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Sabbath Worship

“We love because He first loved us.”  1 John 4:19


June 21, 2014


  9:45 am    Torah……………………………………….. Steve Bothum


                   Whole Portion- Bamidbar (Numbers) 16:1–18:32

Triennial Portion- Bamidbar 16:20–17:24

  9:45 am    Youth Hebrew Class………….. Eileen Blackman

Age-appropriate student must be able to sit and learn Hebrew.


11:00 am    Welcome




                   Message (John 8:33  )…. Pastor Rick Chesher

11:00 am    Prayer Meeting…………………………… Kathy Pack

  1:15 pm    Bracha and Oneg (Blessing & Lunch)

  2:30 pm    Midrash (to inquire/seek)………… Steve Bothum



During 9:45 am and 11:00 am services, the microphone is
passed around for the purpose of questions and comments pertaining to the teachings only.


Unauthorized people are not allowed in the

Sound Booth at any time.

Upcoming Events


Women’s Group- from Leslie Stafford-Smith

June 21st

During Oneg


Random acts of Chesed/Kindness…could that be our signet?  I think so.  Just based on that little gift basket we put together for the widow (which incidentally was a huge blessing to her),  Marilynn V. and I got to discussing how we can expand on ministering to those in need and came up with (da, da-da, da, dat da) The Kosher Kitchen and Simply Soups with the idea of making pre-made meals available for those of us who get sick or otherwise cannot do for ourselves.  And our first recipient is little Irma who is having a real hard time with Bronchitis and needs some lovingkindness.

For all of you who like the idea of contributing with this effort, we’d like to use YOU.  We need to get organized with a few things such as soup containers as well as good recipes for a 5-7 day menu of choices.  Please submit your ideas, recipes (hint, hint, nudge, nudge, Jamie Louie), and availability as we also need to create a meal-ticket with a check-off style that has options for folks to pre-order  so we know what ingredients should and should not be used (i.e. some folks are gluten free only; some don’t like or can’t tolerate bell peppers, etc.).  Eventually, we’ll acquire a deep freeze, but for now we’ll just make room with what we have in our own.

Let’s meet on Shabbat during Oneg and take our plates into the prayer room where it’s a little more quiet and we can round table this a little more.  I’m sure you all have ideas of your own, and we want to hear them.



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