Current/Upcoming Events

Dear RTPV Community,

This week in parshat Bo, we read about the last 3 plagues that God visits upon the Egyptians and the Israelites’ preparation for their journey to freedom following the 10th plague – the death of the firstborn.  Read all about it: here.
We hope you will join us for a family friendly service at 6:30 followed by a pot luck dinner at 7:30.  Please bring a kosher style, meat or vegan dish to share – fish and eggs are OK, but no dairy products please. Salads, soups and desserts are welcome too.
Blessings,
Rabbis
RTPV Announcements:  Jan – Feb 2018

Friday, Jan 19th 6:30 PM Family friendly service followed by a potluck dinner and Oneg

Sunday, Jan 21 11:30 AM RTPV Prospective Member event: Kitch and Quiche at RTPV; please give Nicole Berglas names of anyone you know who may be interested: nberglas3@gmail.com

Friday, Jan 26th 8:00 PM Shabbat Service

Sunday, Jan 28th 10:30 AM -12 PM  Adult Education. Torah Yoga: A spiritual journey combining Jewish prayer, chant and gentle yoga postures.  No experience necessary.  Bring a yoga mat if you have, extras will be available.

Friday, Feb 2nd 6:30 – 7:45 PM Tu B’Sheval Seder. Celebrate the New Year of Trees with a Kabbalist ritual that embraces the bounty of nature.  Followed by…

Friday, Feb 2nd 8:00 PM  Shabbat Service. Celebrating Scout Shabbat and honoring scouts of all ages and levels.

Friday, Feb 9th 8:00 PM Shabbat Service

Friday, Feb 16th  6:30 PM Family friendly service followed by a potluck dinner and Oneg

Special Fundraising for New High Holiday Prayerbooks

The  Reform Movement recently published a new High Holiday prayer book with all Hebrew prayers transliterated, English translations that reflect modern interpretations of the prayers, and supplemental readings that are meaningful and thought provoking.  Please consider making a donation to RTPV Rabbis Discretionary Fund so we can purchase enough books to use for our next High Holidays.