Please join us for Kabbalat Shabbat services Friday afternoon at 5:15 and Shabbat Morning services at 10:00 am 

Please let your family (and anyone with little kids) know that Cantor Abraham does Tot Shabbat Every Friday Afternoon  LIVE at
4:45 pm on our Facebook.com/templewb page

 FRIDAY AFTERNOONS on 
FACEBOOK LIVE at 4:45 pm.
Shabbat songs for the little ones.
Followed by Shabbat Eve Services at 5:15

Shabbat Mornings at 10:00 am

This Shabbat, Parshat Re'eh, begins with a blessing and a curse. But these are not spelled out directly in this Parsha. Instead, the sense is that as the Israelites prepare to enter the Promised Land, their behavior will reflect either a blessing or a curse. Working toward that blessing is what I will be sharing (actually, I already did share) with the graduates of Kings College on Sunday (It was taped a few weeks ago). I'll give a synopsis of my commencement address during our Shabbat service, which ties into that blessing and curse from Parshat Re'eh.

Havdalah with the Kaplans at 7:30pm Saturday
Facebook.com/templewb

Minyan is every day at 5:15 pm

Yahrzeits for This Week
(Light the candle the evening before)

Friday, August 14   Av  24
Theodore Diamond, Ruth Falk, Frederick Gordon,
Theodore Levinson
Shabbat, August 15  Av 25
Faye Boxer, Phillip Bravman, Marjorie Congleton,
Dr. Robert Engel, Jacob Levy
Sunday, August 16   Av 26
Leonard Berman, Sidney Friedman, Samuel Hanovice, Sara Levinson, Michael Schoenholtz, William Speizman
Monday, August 17   Av 27
Harry Frank, Adele Gevirtz, Max Goldstein, Joel Hanovice, 
Harry Mitchneck, Abe Naveen, Rose Plessett, Hilde Schwager, 
Israel Zager, Barbara Zwirn
Tuesday, August 18   Av 28
Marian Blum, Bertha Rosenthal, Ruth Shaffer, Mildred Silberman
Wednesday, August 19   Av 29
Gary Frank, Ruth Morris
Thursday, August 20   Av  30
Beth Abrams, Clara Brown, Jack Geller, Herbert Levy, Harry Rifkin, Marjorie Slomowitz, Henry Thalenfeld, Isaac Werner
Friday, August 21   Elul  1
Esther Beber, Ruth Gordon

May their Memories Serve as a Blessing