Rabbi - Beth Jacob Congregation
Rabbi Nevo Zuckerman
I hope that everyone has received elevation and motivation through the yom tovim and merited a stronger connection with themselves, others, and ha kodesh baruchhu.
Now the opportunity presents itself stronger than ever to maintain our individual commitments to our families and our community. This time is auspicious, let us not waver in strength and not over look the intentions we made during the High Holidays. Each of us must support each other in dedicated effort.
Call a friend and make for yourself a Chevrusa. This partnership will elevate both yourselves and our community. Discuss your intentions as an individual and your commitments for our Jewish community. We can all do something, even with the smallest amount of time or money available. It is our individual steps that form the blocks that build our community. This year ahead, I hope to assist each of you to recommit to our cohesion as a community; in support of each other and Beth Jacob Congregation.
So many of you have generously offered your expertise and time. A list of activities and opportunities will soon be forthcoming. At this time our Jewish community needs you, please consider volunteering your time. You may contact April, the synagogue administrator, for the contact information of the committee you wish to work with.
If you need a place to stay during the week or on Shabbat, please contact me! Our community is growing and we have much to give with more coming in the future.