Join us for a shacharit (morning) service, followed by a brief text study lead by Alan Lerner and light breakfast. A Siyyum is celebratory meal after finishing a section of study which, in this case, cancels the minor fast for that firstborns would otherwise observe on this day. All are welcome, whether you are a firstborn or not.
Rosh Chodesh Cleveland is a small group of hardy men and women, mostly from BE-THS, Kol HaLev, and Shaarey Tikvah, who have met on the first day of every lunar month for eleven years. Rosh Chodesh (literally “head of the month”) is the Jewish acknowledgement of the arrival of the new moon, marked on the first day of each Hebrew lunar month. Traditional prayers are said in the synagogue, and in Cleveland we meet outdoors to recognize the natural and agricultural world, the cycle of the Jewish year, and its place in our lives. You are most welcome to join us!
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