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Check Out the New Issue of Makom!

Have you seen the beautiful new issue of Makom, our WCT magazine?Kol hakavod to editor Joel Chernoff, designer Melanie Roher, and all of our featured writers: Joel, Mike Winkleman, Gary Stern, Rabbi Billy Dreskin, and Sarah Stern. Many thanks to our community sponsors Signature Bank, Edwards-Dowdle Funeral Home, and Pell Wealth Partners, whose support makes this publication possible.
Click here to view it online.

Coronavirus Update 

Our coronavirus protocols lay out rules for each of the three levels of COVID spread.  The CDC releases revises spread levels on Thursdays. Please look to the Website to keep informed.

The current level is: Low


Masking indoor: Optional
Onegs: Optional
Masking at meetings: Optional


The full list of Covid protocols can be found here.

Upcoming Worship Schedule

Friday, September 23
 

Kabbalat Camp Shabbat and Kabbalat Shabbat Dinner at 7:00 pm
(note earlier time)
At this special Shabbat service, we'll be weaving some camp melodies throughout, wearing our favorite camp swag, and hopefully hearing from campers about their experiences this summer. Also tonight, an aufruf for our former youth director, Tara Levine and Corey Rockower. Join us for dinner at 6:15. 
Click here to sign up. In the
tent and on 
Facebook and Zoom

At wct.org/services you can download the Friday Evening Siddur for the prayers at the service and This Week's Service Handout (the Daf Tefilah), which has the Kaddish list and upcoming WCT activities and classes.

Saturday, September 24


Shabbat Morning Worship at 10:30 am
Celebrate with us as
Jonah Londin, son of Laura and Ian Londin, becomes a B-Mitzvah. In person and on 
Zoom.

Friday, September 30

Shabbat Shuvah at 8:00 pm
The days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur offer time to continue reflecting on the purpose and direction of our lives. Corey Friedlander will speak. Also tonight, aufruf for Rachel Friedman and Reid Packer. Join us in person and on Facebook and Zoom.

The High Holy Days are rapidly approaching. Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on Sunday, September 25, and we are looking forward to once again being back together in the tent for services. Every service will also be available for viewing via Zoom for those who choose to join us from home. Advance online registration is required for all temple members who wish to attend services online. To register for online Zoom participation click here. Please go to wct.org/high-holy-days for more information.

Rosh Hashanah Evening Service - Sun, Sep 25, 8:00 pm
Rosh Hashanah Teen Service (7-12 grades) - Sun, Sep 25, 8:00 pm
Rosh Hashanah Morning 1 Service - Mon, Sep 26, 10:00 am
Rosh Hashanah All-Ages Family Service - Mon, Sep 26, 2:00 pm
Tashlich Service - Mon, Sep 26, 4:00 pm at the Dobbs Ferry Waterfront Park
Rosh Hashanah Morning 2 Service - Tue, Sep 27, 10:00 am

Upcoming Events

Alef Bet Crash Course (Beginner’s Hebrew)
Thursdays 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm, in person @ WCT
15 sessions starting Oct 27 (register by 10/19)
Taught by Margot Serwer

Members $180, Non-Members $250

If you are an adult yearning to learn how to read Hebrew, come join this 15-week beginning Hebrew crash course. We will start at the very beginning, with learning the shapes and sounds of the Hebrew letters and vowels, and the mechanics of Hebrew reading. At the end of the course, participants will be able to read in Hebrew! No experience necessary, just a desire to learn.

Click here to register 

The Judaica Shop at Woodlands

The High Holy Days are just around the corner, and The Judaica Shop at Woodlands is bringing in new merchandise to make this year's celebrations the most memorable ever. Check out our beautiful apples & honey dishes, toy shofars, Shabbat items and lovely hostess gifts. The Judaica Shop is open, by request, when the temple office is open - please call ahead. Browse our online catalogs for a sample of our merchandise and email us at judaicashop@wct.org for more info.

Sat, September 24 2022 28 Elul 5782