EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

FEBRUARY/MARCH

A NEW  GIVING APP FOR BETH AM MESSIAH:  TITHE-LY  - Tithes, offerings, Voice of the Martyrs, and zadacha (charity) can now be given anytime, anywhere, on your smartphone or ipad simply by downloading the tithe-ly app and specifying Beth Am Messiah. Please also say “yes” to covering the small transaction fee.

Just a reminder:  We do not have permission to park in the lot next to our building.  We do, however, have permission from the Police Station to park in the lot across the street, diagonal to our building, on Shabbat.

 

Charitable Offering This Month:

 This month we are highlighting Chevra, a ministry which provides humanitarian aid to Jewish people in the former Soviet Union and Israel.

 

If you would like to give to this ministry, please send your donations directly to them.                   

Their mailing address is:

Chevra USA

P.O. Box 168

Worthington, OH 43085-0168

 

 Saturday, February 2nd  – The Orange County Havurah meeting will begin at 7:00pm in the home of Olga and Alex, 425 Stag Road, Monroe, NY. Please see Jay for more details.

 Tuesday, February 5th – The monthly congregation prayer gathering will be meeting downstairs in the Shul at 7pm.

 Thursday, February 7th  – The Orange County           Havurah meeting will begin at 7:30pm in the home of Olga and Alex, 425 Stag Road, Monroe, NY. Please see Jay for more details.

 Saturday, February 9th  – John Wright, from Congregation Mishkahn David in Rhode Island, will be joining us and presenting the sermon from Ephesians, chapter 1, verses 7-14.

 Tuesday, March 19th  – The weekly havurah meeting will be cancelled due to our Purim Megillah reading on Wednesday, March 20th.

 Wednesday, March 20th  – We will be meeting downstairs at 7:30pm for our Purim Megillah reading.

Saturday, March 23rd  – We welcome Gloria Calo from CareNet to give us a report. We will also take an offering for this highly important ministry.

 Saturday, March 23rd – We are planning our Purim celebration to begin at 6:30pm, followed by a time of   fellowship and deserts (especially hamantaschen).