OUR CHILDREN BUILT THE SUKKAH!
On Sunday, October 12, we shook, shook, shook the Lulav and shared a fun meal.
-Everyone Does The Wave (source - NJOP)
One of the main mitzvot of the holiday of Sukkot is the waving of the four
species: citron (etrog), palm, myrtle and willow. Trying to understand this
mitzvah metaphorically, our sages compared the four species to four different
types of Jews:
Due to the success of last year's workshop, the Jewish Living Series, led by Joe Herzog, will once again present a nature photography workshop on Sunday, Oct. 19th at 10 am.
We will meet at the shul and then travel to a beautiful location to enjoy the fall foliage of the Hudson Valley. Our own WJCC photographer, Joe Herzog, will share tips on how to see and set up a shot.
No experience necessary, all are welcome. Just bring a camera. Looking forward to seeing many of you there! In case of rain, the workshop will be rescheduled.
Marilyn and Fred Nelson joined Congregation Beth Hillel in 1995. Fred became involved with the Board of Trustees and soon found himself a member of the House Committee. Shortly thereafter, he became a member of our Cemetery Committee. Marilyn quickly found a home for herself with the women in the kitchen and has recently agreed to take charge of maintaining and keeping our kitchen and pantry stocked. Congratulations to Marilyn and Fred on this honor of Volunteers of the Year!
Registration for the Torah School is now open! Classes are held on Sunday mornings and each class runs for three hours. Our program is designed to help the students learn Hebrew, understand our celebrations and participate in our services. Please contact Nava at (845) 778-7374 for more details.