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High Holiday Service Schedule for 2015-5776

Normal Service Schedule

Thursday, 7:25 am

Friday, 8:00 pm
Shabbat Evening Services

Saturday, 9:30 am
Shabbat Morning Services


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Fri., Aug 7 :: Simcha Simcha Shabbat at 6:30 pm. Please join us for our musical Simcha Shabbat on Friday, August 7th, and stay for a special oneg to follow.

Wed., Aug 19 :: Knitting Group at 10:30am. Meeting at the home at the home of Diane Silverman 5 Lantern Place Easton, PA 18040 Please RSVP to Diane at 610-253-5389

Wed., Aug 26 :: 180 Club Raffle and Dinner Event 6:00 -9:00 P.M. If you haven’t already done so, please send in your request for you ticket to the 180 Club Raffle and Dinner Event. We look forward to seeing you on August 26th for an evening of fun.

Sat., Aug 29 :: Java and Jeans Shabbat. Join us on Saturday, August 29th at 10:00 a.m. for our monthly Shabbat service. Kiddush will follow.

Fri., Sept 4 :: Estrog and Lulov Orders - Each set consists of an Israeli Etrog, Lulov (palm branch) with its palm holder, Hadassim (myrtle branches), and Arovoth (willow branches). We have various levels of sets – they are, however, equal in kashruth. Deadline is Sept 4, 2015. Download form

Sun., Sept 13 :: Be our guest and join us at Bnai Abraham for High Holidays Services. Erev Rosh Hashanah begins on Sunday evening, September 14th with Candle lighting (at home) 6:55 PM; Chamber Music Performance at 7:00 PM; and Services begin at 7:15 PM. Contact the office for tickets ASAP.

Mon., Sept. 14th :: 1st Day of ROSH HASHANAH:
9:00 AM Services
11:00 AM Shofar Sounded
11:30 AM Jr. Congregation Service
11:30 AM "Six years old and under Service" With Dena Stein
4:00 PM Tashlich, meet at Rabbi’s home
7:52 PM Candle lighting (at home)
Babysitting Available at 10:30 AM

Tues., Sept 15th :: 2nd Day of ROSH HASHANAH:
9:00 AM Services
11:00 AM Shofar Sounded
Babysitting Available at 10:30 AM

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Every month ::

Every Tuesday :: Join Rabbi for coffee at 1pm. Look for the Martin Guitar on the back right corner of the room.

Every Thursday :: Adult Torah Study with Rabbi Stein meets Thursday mornings 10:15-11:15 am. No prior experience is necessary. $10.00 fee per semester.

Synagogue Choir :: Rehearsal first Sunday at Noon. New members welcome.

Jewish War Veterans meet second Sunday of each month at JCC Allentown at 10am. Brunch follows. bullet

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Bnai Abraham High Holidays 2015 5776 Easton, PA 2014 High Holiday Schedule Bnai Abraham Synagogue Easton PA

Bnai Abraham is a Conservative synagogue in Easton, Pennsylvania serving the Community for over 100 years...

Located in the Lehigh Valley of Eastern Pennsylvania, Bnai Abraham embraces its past and looks towards a bright future. Our present Rabbi, Daniel Stein, guides Congregation Bnai Abraham with the teachings of Conservative Judaism in a very warm and caring way, and our affiliation remains with The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.

Bnai Abraham synagogue is a place where traditions are passed down, and new ones are discovered. Our synagogue encourages members to get involved with chanting Torah or leading services, and extends members opportunities to deepen their personal spiritual growth with adult education classes.

BAS is an active synagogue where special programs, life events, Jewish Holidays, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Brit Milah, Baby Namings, Weddings, Anniversaries are happening and everyone is encouraged to attend and participate. Every BAS member is considered a valuable part of our family.

We welcome people from all walks of life and of all ages to join us for a Shabbat Service, attend a social event at BAS, or join BAS if you do not have a Synagogue to call home.

All are welcome!