Schedule of Services and Events for February

Please make plans to join us for services and events in February!



FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 AT 6:30 P.M. – RABBI RON
The idea of Shabbat is a further example of the Jewish attitude towards always starting anew and sanctifying every day of our lives.  The influence of Shabbat is meant to last the entire week and infuse its holiness and spirit into the otherwise mundane days of the work week.  Join us for this inspirational service.  There will be Oneg Shabbat following the service.

 
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3 at 9:30 A.M. – RABBI RON
Torah Reading
Yitro
Exodus 18:1–20:23
In this Torah portion, Moses tells his father-in-law, Jethro, about the miracle of the exodus. Jethro proclaims that the Israelite God is greater than all other gods, and he makes a sacrifice. Jethro then advises Moses to delegate leadership roles in order not to tire himself out. The Israelites camp at the bottom of Mount Sinai. After three days, the mountain fills with smoke, and God delivers the Ten Commandments to His people.

 
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3 at 6 P.M. | Peace & Unity Service at Tabernacle United Methodist Church
Rescheduled due to the January blizzard, we invite you to join the members of Tabernacle United Methodist Church for a Peace and Unity Service featuring a welcome message from Pastor Jen Bolton, songs, readings and a brief sermonette by Rabbi Ron.  All are welcome!  The church is located at 702 Seashore Road in Erma, Lower Township – just outside Cape May.

 
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25 | 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. | Attitude of Gratitude Brunch
Bring yourself, your neighbors, friends and co-workers for a break from the winter doldrums.  Enjoy a sumptuous array of comfort food and some uplifting fellowship.  Tickets are $15 for adults and $7.50 for children.  They may be purchased in advance by mailing your check to Beth Judah Temple, PO Box 1183, Wildwood, NJ  08260, or tickets may be purchased at the door.

Shabbat is a further example of the Jewish attitude towards always starting anew and sanctifying every day of our lives. Celebrate Shabbat us.