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PJC Movie Club

Join us for Israeli Movie Discussions 

Our first meeting will discuss The Other Son, in which complex repercussions face two families – one Israeli, one Palestinian – after learning that their sons were accidentally switched at birth. 

Watch the film at home at your leisure, then join Mimi Steinberg and your PJC friends for a Zoom discussion on Sunday, November 15th, beginning at 8:00 p.m. 


 

Family Movie Night

Held on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 5:30 PM

 

We will end Shabbat together and then watch the movie. Warm coats recommended.

Tikkun Olam - Social Action

 


 

Monthly Book Club - on Zoom

 

Meet the Author & Discussion

Sunday, November 29th, join us via Zoom at 9:00 a.m

Author Matti Friedman to Join November's Book Group! – This month's Book Group selection is Spies of No Country, about a pre-independence Zionist intelligence unit -- the "Arab" Section" -- that operated inside the territory of the French Mandate for Syria and Lebanon towards the end of the British Mandate for Palestine.  On Sunday, November 29th, join us via Zoom at 9:00 a.m. when we will host the author -- Matti Friedman -- for a Q&A and discussion about the book.  For more information, consult the PJC Weekly Announcements, or contact Barbara Saunders-Adams.

 

Past Book Group Discussion: October 26th at 8:00 pm

"Between Friends" is  available in the public library system. 

PJC Family Program

 

 
 

NOAH'S ARK OUTDOORS SOCIALLY-DISTANCED PROGRAM

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18   9:45 AM

THE WEINBERG NATURE CENTER

455 Mamaroneck Road Scarsdale NY 10583

FOR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN AGES 0-10

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!!

First Fridays at Five Forty-Five - on Hold

“First Fridays” at the PJC

 

Dr. Larry Cohen's fantastic idea – to create a large, vibrant Friday night experience at the PJC – came to fruition with the collaboration of Rabbi Alex Salzberg and Audrey Beerman. "First Fridays at Five Forty-Five" was born!

 

First, our PJC family gathers together for Kiddush, candle-lighting and a delicious Shabbat dinner – sometimes prepared by our own Adam and Magdalena Bukowski, sometimes prepared by our own talented congregants (including Griller-in-Chief Noam and Chef Danielle Gretz) and sometimes catered – always served with love. Everyone takes food – buffet style – from the library, and then moves into the Kiddush room to sit together for schmoozing, catching up and laughing. (It gets very loud very quickly!)

 

Following dinner, Rabbi Salzberg leads us in song – "Shalom Aleichem" or similar beautiful Shabbat melodies – to shepherd us into the sanctuary, where we enjoy a spirited and spiritual Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma'ariv service. During prayers, children are invited to move upstairs to enjoy special age-appropriate programming. After davening (prayer), we move back into the library for a delicious dessert (including the epic frozen custard of Mikey Dubbs, a.k.a. our own Michael Weissman).

 

About the Funding

 

The Natalie and Harvey Shore First Fridays Celebration Fund was founded in memory of the parents, in-laws and grandparents of Audrey, Hal and Ari Roy Beerman.

 

Natalie and Harvey raised Audrey at Temple Beth Am in Randolph, Massachusetts, under the leadership and lifelong friendship of Rabbi Loel Weiss. "Nat and Harv" were always active in shul life, and spent many wonderful times at synagogue celebrations. Nat loved the TBA Sisterhood, and made some of her very best friends there, often helping make events more beautiful with elaborate, handmade centerpieces. Harv served on the TBA Youth Committee – and briefly in a very lackluster season as USY volleyball coach – and also as Treasurer. Natalie and Harvey always found a reason to celebrate, and no occasion was too small for balloons and fanfare; they were models of making everyone feel noticed, special, important and cared for.

 

Harvey passed away at 61 years old on April 11, 2010, which enabled him to be at Audrey and Hal's wedding just two weeks prior. Natalie passed away at 70 years old on January 22, 2019, which enabled her to be Ari's Grammy for six wonderful years. The fund was created during shiva for Natalie – when Rabbi Salzberg graciously held a morning shiva minyan, complete with Torah service, at the Beerman home – when Audrey realized a shul-based fund centered around being together and having a good time was exactly the way to honor her parents' memory. They are deeply missed by their family and friends, and certainly would have loved First Fridays!

Wed, December 2 2020 16 Kislev 5781