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    Welcome the Shabbat Queen:
    Join us for Kabbalat Shabbat at Menorah!
    Friday evenings • 6:00pm • Chapel
    In honor of the universal tradition of blessing children on Friday evenings, every child who attends Kabbalat Shabbat will be blessed by Rabbi Pearlson and the child’s parents.
    A great way to begin Shabbat! Details at info@menorahmail.org or 305.866.0221
    Shul is Awesome!
    Join Cantor Josh for a Kids’ Special Shabbat Time
    Shabbat mornings • 10:30am – 11:30am •
    New! Summer Shabbat Mincha Schedule
    Beginning June 27 thru the High Holidays
    EARLY Shabbat mincha will be held immediately after Kiddush in Olemberg Hall
    Start Your Week with a Mitzvah!
    Sunday morning minyans • 8:45am • Chapel
    It’s back – ad in 2 time slots!
    Rabbi’s class:
    Faith in the Midst of Adversity
    – when bad things happen to good people
    Wednesday, July 22, 2015 • 9:30 – 10:30am & 7:30 – 8:30pm • Board Room
    Interested? Let us know to expect you and your friends! info@menorahmail.org

    The Women’s Auxiliary is proud to bring you a healthy summer treat
    Kosher Yoga 
    with our very own Havi Heber Kunis!

    Thursdays in July  2:00pm – 3:00pm • Olemberg Hall
    Build flexibility, strength and well-being.
    All you need are comfy clothing and a towel, we provide the rest!
    Summer special: $8 per class
    (with 3 class commitment ~ July 16, 23, 30 ~ Total: $24!)
    or $12 per class at the door About Havi - Havi is the owner and dedicated head teacher of Yobe Studios in Miami.
    After running a successful yoga studio at the Chesterfield Hotel in South Beach, she returned to her true love of providing personal attention to a select few clients. Havi’s teaching style is playful, creative, uplifting and self-empowering. Her gift is her ability to motivate and encourage her students to go beyond the ordinary and discover their extraordinary
    Interested? Let us know! 305.866.0221info@menorahmail.org

    Tisha B’Av – the 9th of Av

    Click here for complete schedule and explanation of observances
    Saturday, July 25
    Mincha:……………………………. 1:00 pm
    Fast Begins ……..………………… 8:10 pm
    Ma’ariv & Chanting of Eicha .….. 8:30 pm

    Sunday, July 26
    Shacharit ………………………… 8:45 am
    Movie & Discussion …………….. 4:00 pm
    How Good People Can Still Do Evil: “The Wave” and “The Milgram Experiment”
    Tisha B’Av Mincha/Ma’ariv ……… 6:00 pm
    Fast Ends ………………………… 8:38 pm
    Movie & Discussion open to all: “Big Eyes”
    Wednesday, July 29  7:30pm Board room 
    In the late 1950s – early ’60s, artist Walter Keane achieves unbelievable fame and success with portraits of saucer-eyed waifs. What no one realizes is that the real painter behind the brush is his wife Margaret! Although she is horrified to learn that Walter is passing off her work as his own, Margaret is too meek to protest too loudly. It isn’t until the Keanes’ marriage comes to an end and a lawsuit follows that the truth finally comes to light
    SOLD OUT!!
    Mary Poppins – the Broadway Musical
    all ages welcome!

    Sunday, August 2, 2015  Meet at Menorah 12:30pm Bus leaves shortly after 
    $25 members, $30 non-members
    (ticket & transportation to Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts)


    Spread Seeds of Peace in Maine with “Play for Peace”

    Maine’s Seeds of Peace Camp was established to promote peace between campers from 27 countries including Israel, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and more. Campers from different sides of a conflict meet with professional facilitators to delve into the hardest issues of the conflict openly and directly, challenging inherited stereotypes and prejudices with real stories and experience through sports and other activities. 
    Menorah member Maya Frai visited the camp last year and started “Play for Peace” a community service project that collects gently used board games for the countless rainy days in Maine.

    Drop off your board games in the “Play for Peace” bin in the main lobby.
    Learn how to use Skype to call Israel and other countries – for FREE!!
    For more information, please contact Joshua Diener at joshdien23@yahoo.com or 305.810.9247

    Temple Menorah, a thriving center for Jewish living in a community of committed members, is Miami Dade County‘s foremost Traditional Congregation. We are dedicated to adhering to the customs and traditions of Halachic Judaism while creating experiential and creative ways to observe our faith.
    We offer exciting opportunities to share your desire to grow Jewishly and build life-long relationships on a congregational, personal, and professional level. Our roster of activities has enormous breadth and depth, with year-round offerings for the youngest among us—in our Temple Menorah Jewish Montessori school, Mommy & Me and summer camp programs—through our senior adults in the Isidoro & Luisa Lerman Senior Adult Enrichment Program. In between, we have a vibrant youth movement—beginning with grades K-2 in Nitzanim, moving through 3-5 in Chalutzim, Kadima (grades 6-8) to MUSY (Menorah USY, grades 9-12); Mahkolet Academy—a unique after school learning experience with Hebrew, for grades K through 7; and an ever evolving roster of contemporary activities for young professionals. Unique in an age of struggling congregations, Temple Menorah offers a daily minyan twice a day, a Youth Minyan Saturday mornings, as well as a meaningful and inspiring spiritual experience in our main sanctuary 
every Shabbat. Contact us to learn more about our communities: early childhood, elementary and teens, young adults, young professionals, families, and senior adults. We have something for everyone…and everyone has the opportunity to create new possibilities. If you are looking for a Traditional community that is steeped in Torah values and observance, and yet is also modern and innovative, Temple Menorah is for you.
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    In Memoriam to the Jewish Members of the U.S. Armed Forces killed in action since September 11, 2001.
    Click HERE for the list of names