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Community Schedule

September 29 - October 5
Friday, September 29
7:00PM - Erev Sukkot Shabbat Services
Platform: In-person and Zoom
Location: Temple Or Rishon
Join us for services led by Rabbi Alan Rabishaw and Cantor Ben Harris.  
8:00PM - Final Friday Dinner in the Sukkah
Platform: In-person
Location: Temple Or Rishon
After services, Final Friday dinner featuring Wally's Cafe is a wonderful opportunity for our community to share a Shabbat meal, visit, and get to know each other!
(kids eat free-please register adults only)
Click here to register for dinner>>>
Saturday, September 30
9:00AM - Torah Study 
Platform: In-person only
Location: Temple Or Rishon
Join TOR's Rabbi Alan Rabishaw for a continuation of the weekly Torah study.

Click here for Text sheet >>>
10:00AM - Shabbat Morning Service
Platform: In-person
Location: Temple Or Rishon
Join us for a Shabbat morning service with Torah reading. 
Sunday, October 1
9:00AM - Religious School 
Platform: In-person
Location: Temple Or Rishon
Contact Mary Frank for more information. 
12:00PM - Family Sukkot Celebration
Platform: In-person 
Location: Temple Or Rishon
This is a great opportunity for your family to spend some time in a sukkah, celebrating this meaningful holiday. Feel free to bring your lunch to eat in the Sukkah as well. We'll be providing ice cream sundae fixings for everyone to enjoy. 
Monday, October 2
​​​​7:00PM - Opening Up our Hearts: How our fears and isolation can be ways of finding God.
Platform: Zoom
Click here to join via Zoom>>>
Tuesday, October 3
No Programming
Wednesday, October 4
10:00AM - Great Courses
Just in time for Sukkot, our focus turns to the book of Qoheleth. In lecture15, "Qoheleth—The Inadequacy of Human Wisdom," we learn that, often known by its Greek title, Ecclesiastes, the book of Qoheleth is one of the shortest books in the biblical wisdom tradition. In this lecture, we will see how this book, unlike the coherent narrative of Job, presents wide-ranging musings on a variety of topics.
Lecture 16 "Qoheleth—Skepticism about Easy Answers" continues on this subject. Like Job, the author of Qoheleth faces a fundamental problem: Do a person's virtues and vices garner their due rewards in this life? A close examination of the text reveals that there are no easy answers to this question. Each lecture is 25-30 minutes and we will take time for discussion and comments among the group after each lecture. 
Questions about the lectures can be directed to Saul Rapkin.
Thursday, October 5
No Programming 
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Tue, October 3 2023 18 Tishrei 5784