Friday, August 24, 6:30 PM at the Temple building in Yakima.
Community dinner. John and Paula will be grilling salmon. (Bring a vegetable, salad, or dessert to share, if you wish. No meat, please).
Non-members are invited to attend. Please come even if you don’t respond, but it will help in planning if you send an email to the Temple email@example.com with the number of people who will be attending.
Dinner will be followed by Friday night services beginning at 7:30 PM, led by our incoming student rabbi, Megan Brumer. We will say Kiddush and share an Oneg Shabbat after the service.
Please join us as we welcome Student Rabbi Brumer on her first student rabbi visit to Yakima!
Saturday, August 25, 10:30 AM at the Temple building in Yakima.
Services will be conducted by Student Rabbi Brumer, followed by a community lunch at noon. The portion is Ki Teitzei, Deuteronomy chapter 21 verse 10 through Deuteronomy 25:19.
Ki Teitzei includes guidance on caring for the stranger and for the widow and fatherless children, recalling that we had been slaves in Egypt. In addition to Megan, Torah readers will include Dan T., John J., and John V.
Our service will be followed by an Oneg lunch and study. Food additions (non – meat) to the lunch are welcome.
Sunday morning, August 27, at 9:30 – Temple Board Meeting.
The Student Rabbi and the Board will be discussing the calendar for the coming year. Non-Board members are welcome to come and share their suggestions.
Saturday, September 1, 10:30 AM at the Temple building in Yakima.
Please join us to recite the morning prayers, followed by a meatless potluck lunch at noon and Torah study about 12:30 PM. The portion is Ki Tavo, Deuteronomy chapter 26 verse 1 through Deuteronomy 29:8.
Saturday, September 8, 10:30 AM at the Temple building in Yakima.
Please join us to recite the morning prayers, followed by a meatless potluck lunch at noon and Torah study about 12:30 PM. The portion is Nitzavim, Deuteronomy chapter 29 verse 9 through Deuteronomy 31:30.
Sunday, September 9, 7:30 PM at the Temple building in Yakima.
Please join us to observe the first evening of the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. Check back after September 1st for more details and possible changes. No tickets will be required.
Other High Holiday Services:
Rosh Hashanah, Monday, September 10, with service beginning at 10:00
Tashlich, Monday, September 10, following the morning service.
Erev Yom Kippur – Kol Nidre, Tuesday evening, September 18, with service beginning at 7:30
Yom Kippur, Wednesday, September 19, with service beginning at 10:00, resuming at 4:00