Areivim Committee

Dedicated in memory of Estelle & Sam Samson a"h

Caring for Our Community
Kol Yisrael Areivim Zeh BaZeh. We are all responsible for one another. Below is a list of all aspects of our Areivim Committee, which provides support and a helping hand for those within our shul community. Sponsored in memory of Estelle Samson a”h.

Shalom Aleichem Team
Our Shalom Aleichem team ensures that newcomers to our shul receive a friendly greeting. If you would like to volunteer to greet shul guests on Shabbat morning, please contact Ilana Melmed at ilanamelmed@gmail.com

Shabbat Hospitality
If you would like to host a shul member or visitor for a Shabbat meal, please contact Esther Braun at esthergbraun@gmail.com

Shiva Support, Fruit Platters, and Meals for the Bereaved
If you would like to provide a meal for a bereaved family, please contact Myra Monk at myra.monk@gmail.com, Marcie Meier at marciemeier78@gmail.com, or Phyllis Katzin at pjkatzin@gmail.com

Chevra Kadisha
Shul volunteers engage in Chesed Shel Emet. For women’s taharot: contact Myra Monk at myra.monk@gmail.com. For men’s taharot: contact Benny Adler at badler222@gmail.com

Bikur Cholim
If you or someone you know is unfortunately ill or homebound, or if you want to participate in the mitzvah of Bikur Cholim, please email Michelle Dolgin at michellehb@aol.com

Meals for Moms
A home cooked meal can help ease the transition for young families with new babies. If you would like to provide a meal, please email Ashley Berger-Woodall at ashleyberger1@gmail.com

We welcome your involvement! To volunteer, please email the contacts listed above. In addition to those listed above, we thank Areivim Committee members Phyllis Herskovitz, Dr. Rachel Kessler, and Judy Portnoy.

Sun, 26 March 2017 28 Adar 5777
Shabbat starts Friday: 6:56PM
Shabbat ends Saturday: 7:56PM