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Shabbat Shira Together! Dinner

Friday, January 18, 2019 12 Sh'vat 5779

6:15 PM - 7:15 PMSocial Hall

6:15 pm Dinner
7:30 pm Shabbat Shira Worship Service with Special Guest Noah Aronson

The Shabbat known as Shabbat Shira is the week in our Torah-reading cycle when we recount our deliverance from slavery. Every year, congregations around the world celebrate Shabbat Shira with a special musical service, in some way echoing the songs of joy sung by our ancestors once they had escaped their Egyptian taskmasters. This year, we have invited Noah Aronson as our special guest musician to sing on the Friday night of Shabbat Shira. This service starts at 7:30, to allow time for lots of singing, and for Noah to share something of his Jewish musical journey.

This month, we will gather at 6:15 pm for a Shabbat Together dinner before our Shabbat Shira worship service. (We regret that we will not be providing childcare during the service.) So that we can have enough food, RSVPs requested by Tuesday, January 15.

Registration for dinner has closed to allow time to plan the food order to prepare meals for those who have signed up. We may have a few spots available and will do our best to accommodate walk-ins on a case by case basis. We hope you can join us at our next congregational dinner.

Noah Aronson is one of the most sought after Jewish Musicians in North America. A graduate of Berklee and former Composer in Residence at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, Noah has released three full albums and songbooks of Jewish Music He has been both featured and involved in publications by Transcontinental Music, PJ Library, and Behrman House. Noah currently serves on the faculty of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion’s Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music in Manhattan, and teaches regularly at Hava Nashira and other worship conferences in the United States and England. Noah’s music is sung regularly at Temple Isaiah and Reform congregations around the world.

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