UPCOMING EVENTS

Please Note: All Upcoming Events are subject to cancellation as required

Roll of Remembrance for Yom Kippur 2020

It is the custom of our congregation to inscribe the names of departed loved ones in the Roll of Remembrance, a booklet that is distributed for Yom Kippur services. If you would like to memorialize a departed family member or friend this year you may visit the Park Synagogue website at http://www.parksynagouge.org.

 

Look for the form in the mail or use our online form to send in your 
Name Listings & Donation ASAP!
Deadline: August 17, 2020

For questions please contact Natalie Maggelet at NMaggelet@parksyn.org 
or (216) 371-2244, ext. 155. 

Visit Israel LIVE From Your Living Room! [FULL]

Monday, July 13-Thursday, July 16

Virtual Guided Tour: 4:00-5:00 pm

After-Tour Discussion: 5:00-5:45 pm

Friday, July 17
Pre-Shabbat Gathering: 4:00 pm

How it works: 
For one week, "get on the tour bus" from 4:00-5:00 pm (Monday-Thursday) for live touring of Israel on Zoom. Afterward, share and discuss your thoughts and impressions with other participants and our bus leader, Rabbi Marcus. Friday will feature a short pre-Shabbat experience.Space on the "bus" is limited to 21 Zoom squares, so register soon! Each Zoom square can include one or more people at the same house for one fee. Invite your household members to share the same Zoom square and come along on this exciting and unique virtual journey to Israel!

Space on the bus is limited to 21 Zoom squares, so register soon!
 

Cost:

You have the option of paying any amount from $25.00 to $50.00 per Zoom square. Choose the amount that is right for your budget! The cost includes one week of guided tours, discussion and pre-Shabbat experience. While the regular cost is $50.00 per Zoom square, the Women's Rosh Chodesh Group is subsidizing up to $25.00 per square, allowing more people to participate. 

 

Registration:

Pre-paid registration is required by Monday, July 6, through the link below.  No registration will be taken over the phone. 

Finding Your Roots: The Nuts & Bolts of Jewish Genealogy

Wednesday, July 22

7:30-8:30 pm

Faciliated by Ken Bravo,

President of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies ("IAJGS"), a Past President of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland, and Park Member

Have you always wanted to research your family tree? Don't know how and where to begin? Join us for Ken's informative and entertaining class to help you find out how to get started or continue any research you have already begun.

Class includes: 
 

  • How to get started in searching for your roots

  • Using resources such as Ancestry.com, Familysearch.com and JewishGen.org

  • What's in cenus records, how to find them and how to use them

  • Finding Naturalization records and other documents

  • Why dates of birth and the spelling of family names may not be critical

  • Using online newspaper archives

  • The bubbemeises of Jewish Genealogy and all with plenty of time to ask questions

How To Be a Good Listener & Hear What Others Are Saying

Thursday, August 6

7:00-8:30 pm

Facilitated by Lori Wald,
JD, UCLA Trained Mindfulness Facilitator & Park Member

The art of listening is difficult to master. Not only do we live in a multitasking, information over-loaded, distraction-driven culture, but our brains are wired to evaluate input, predict outcomes and make judgments instantaneously. In order to listen, we need to understand some basic concepts about our nervous system and be aware of our natural inclination to prove ourselves right. Then we can train ourselves to listen, pause and respond, instead of react.

This 90-minute Zoom workshop will enhance your listening skills through discussion, mindful listening exercises and small group exercises where participants will engage with each other in non-threatening ways to explore their listening habits and begin to focus on our own reactions as we listen to what others say. We can get away from habitual response only by recognizing and understanding what those responses are. This takes practice! Join us to become a better listener!

Become An Ashrei Achiever!

Thursday, August 13, 20 & 27

7:00-8:00 pm

Featuring Valerie Levinsohn,
Park Hebrew Teacher

The Ashrei prayer is part of so many services at Park.  Do you have trouble reciting the Ashrei —whether correctly, completely, or at all?   Do you marvel at how our bar/bat mitzvah students “wiz” through it so quickly? Maybe you never learned the prayer as a child or have forgotten the words.  Let Valerie Levinsohn come to the rescue!  Val will review Hebrew letters and vowels before helping the class become comfortable and proficient in reciting the Ashrei.


At the end of the three sessions, the class will all be Ashrei achievers! Basic knowledge of Hebrew is required.

Attend on Zoom! WRCG Book Club

Wednesday, August 12

7:30 pm

Park women are invited to join us to discuss: Meet Me at the Museum by Anne Youngson.

The meeting will be held through Zoom using your computer, I-pad, or phone. You must RSVP by August 10th to receive the link to join the meeting.

RSVP to Ellen Petler at Epetler@parksyn.org or (216) 371-2244, ext. 122.

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