Congregations October

Chabad of Nashville

Chabad to host "Sukkot in the Cloud" and "Sushi in the Sukkah"

Sukkot is known as the Festival of Joy, and as the Holiday celebrating the fall harvest. On the Sukkot the Sages declared it a mitzvah to eat 14 meals in the sukkah, and in keeping with the holiday’s agricultural meaning, gratefulness is expressed to God after the harvest through the eating of autumn fruits and vegetables.

A wonderful way to connect to nature is to cook with what is in season locally. In Tennessee we are blessed with a bountiful fall harvest. Hearty homemade soups accompanied by an assortment of breads are a wonderful way for your family and guests to warm up during the chilly fall evenings in the sukkah.

Join friends and family as Chabad of Nashville will be welcoming the joyous holiday of Sukkot with a festive holiday socially distant Sukkot celebration at “Sukkot in the Cloud, ”on Sunday, October 9, at 12:30 PM, at the Chabad of Nashville Sukkah Plaza. The festivities will include locally grown produce harvested by local farmers, in the spirit of the Festival of Harvest.

On Friday, October 14, 5:30 PM, all are invited for an evening of "Sushi in the Sukkah." Guests will warm their body and soul, savor the spirit of Sukkot and enjoy Kosher Sushi, as the Festival of joy will be celebrated with a delicious Shabbat Sushi Dinner in the Sukkah.

Participants at these events will have the opportunity to do the Lulav Shake before lighting the Shabbat candles. There is no cost to participate in these two sukkot events. RSVP appreciated at

Simchat Torah Under the Stars

Chabad will host Simchat Torah Under the Stars, with an upbeat and joyous Family Friendly Simchat Torah celebration on Monday, October 17, at 7:00 PM. This event will include a festive holiday NY style deli dinner, a Simcha bar for L'chaim's of joy, dancing with torah, and flags for the kids. The event will take place in the courtyard of Chabad of Nashville, and culminates the ultimate joy of the High Holiday season, and all are invited to participate. Go to for more information.

CHS to Offer Scholarships to Every Jewish Child

The Bertram and Beatrice King Chabad Hebrew School began with was created with one goal in mind - to offer all Jewish children, even those with little or no background - an education and memories that will inspire them for a lifetime. For boys and girls ages 3-13 Hebrew reading and writing, Jewish holidays, tradition and culture in a fun, interactive atmosphere that will have your kids so captivated that they won’t even realize they’re learning!

The curriculum includes a comprehensive study of our rich heritage, our holidays and festivals, Hebrew Reading, Bar and Bat Mitzvah training, field trips, and interactive workshops.

Whether you can afford it or not, at Chabad, nothing is more important than the education of a child. Please don't hesitate to ask for scholarships. Your confidentiality is guaranteed!

Chabad Hebrew school takes place on Sunday mornings at 10am-12pm at Chabad of Nashville. For more information and to register visit

Chabad to offer a new course: Biblical Tales of Kings, Warriors and Prophets on the Book of Kings

During the winter and spring of 2022 Chabad of Nashville offered a successful course on the Biblical Book of Samuel that was attended by many students from across the spectrum of the Nashville community. Due the great success of this course and by great demand from many participants, Chabad will be presenting a new series of Biblical Tales of Kings, Warriors and Prophets, on the Book of Kings. This will take place over two semesters, fall of 2022 and winter of 2023, on Monday evenings, beginning October 31 at 7:30 PM.

The Book of Kings from the Tanach (Prophets) records the history of the Israelites and their kings, from David's passing until the Babylonian exile (837-423 BCE). It is divided into two equal parts, beginning with an account of the end of King David's reign, Solomon's succession and reign, and the disruption of the kingdom at his death, and continuing with the parallel histories of the kingdoms of Judah and Israel.

Participants will be immersed in the richness of the Jewish Scriptures and discover the hidden meanings that have been lost over centuries of translations, and delve into the fascinating world of the ancient prophets of Israel. This new learning opportunity explores the dramatic stories and powerful messages contained in the Book of Kings.

The lessons will take place on Monday evenings, starting October 31. For more information or to register go to or call 615-646-5750

Chabad to Host two TGIS Celebrations in October

Start your Shabbat off right with good friends, great conversation, and excellent kosher cuisine, all seasoned with the perfect amount of spirit and joy. TGIS is a Club Med Shabbat: An all-inclusive Shabbat experience. Enjoy a Friday night Shabbat dinner replete with traditional dishes. Blended with spirited singing, a Chasidic tale, and a chance to meet some wonderful new people. TGIS will be held on Friday evening, October 14 and 28, at 6:30 PM at Chabad of Nashville.

There is no cost to attend the TGIS Shabbat experience, however we kindly request that you RSVP by letting us know you will be attending at

Meet in Person for Prayer and Cholent

Chabad of Nashville is a happening place on Shabbat mornings. Join community and Friends for Shabbat morning services, replete with joyful prayer, kavanah, simcha and great energy.

Join Chabad on Shabbat mornings at 10:00 AM for prayer and Torah reading, inspiring learning and a weekly sermon, followed by a hot cholent, freshly baked Challah, a gourmet buffet lunch, and a weekly farbrengen with some friendly L’Chaim.

Congregation Micah

Congregation Micah - an inclusive, innovative synagogue exploring and celebrating Jewish life - is committed to building community and repairing the world! We offer creative and diverse ways to live a Jewish life in Tennessee and beyond, using the rich beliefs and practices of Progressive Judaism as our foundation. Visit our 30+ acre campus or access our virtual programs from our website, Like us on socials: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @MicahNashville; sign up for our e-blasts; learn and pray with us in-person or on YouTube, Zoom, and our Livestream. In our tent, there is room for everyone!

Weekly Events:

Sanctuary Shabbat Services: Fridays at 6 PM

At Micah, we approach God in many ways: the inspiration of words, the beauty of sacred space, and the authenticity of our intention, and through the power of music and song. Join us in-person or virtually for services this month that will be as diverse as they are engaging, as moving as they are participatory. Come early and schmooze with us starting at 5:15! Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.

Saturday Morning Torah Study: Saturdays at 9 AM on Zoom

Deep conversations about the text with thoughtful and caring people led by the clergy.

Mah Jongg: Tuesdays from 12:30 PM- 3:30 PM

Join our players for an afternoon of fun in the social hall! For more information, contact Paula:

Schmooze & Views: Thursdays from 10:30 AM- 11:30 AM In-person

At Micah, we keep politics off the pulpit but not out of the building. Share your views in a round-table discussion on current events facilitated by Rabbi Flip and Dr. Bob Smith.

October Events:

SUKKOT – PJ’s, Pancakes, & Paper Chains: Sunday, October 9th, 9:30 AM

In Person On the Front Patio

Help us get the Sukkah ready for the week. Expressing your artistic side at Micah comes without strict guidelines. Be as creative as you like. We will provide some traditional décor based on the harvest: gourds, fruit, lights, paper chains, a lulav, etrog, etc. all we need you to bring is your children and a good mood on this happy holiday.

Micah Reads: Monday, October 10th, In Person in the Sukkah, and Monday, November 7th, at 7 PM on Zoom

Education Director Julie Greenberg leads the discussion on Goldie Goldbloom’s On Division in October and Vivian Jeanette Kaplan’s Ten Green Bottles in November. All are welcome.

Sports Trivia: Tuesday, October 11th, at 10:30 AM In-Person

Have you ever wondered who was on 3rd base when Bobby Thompson of the New York Giants hit “the shot heard ‘round the world” to defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1951? Find out the answer to this question and many more when you join Martin Light and other Micah members for an hour of sports trivia on the second Tuesday of every month. Questions? Contact Martin at

ReJEWvenation: What is Judaism All About?: A 7-Week Course Starting Tuesday, October 11th, on Zoom

Rabbi Laurie is offering this introductory class for anyone who is thinking about conversion or who wants to brush up on their Judaism. No charge for members, $100 for non-members. The first two sessions will meet October 11th and October 18th at 6 PM on Zoom.

Micah Minis: Saturday, October 15th, at 9:30 AM In Person

Sing and dance in the Eden Room with Rabbi Laurie and Cantor Josh. This family-friendly Shabbat experience is aimed at children 7 and younger.

Micah-nections: Brunch in the Sukkah on Sunday, October 15th, at 11:30 AM

Cantor Josh Goldberg will lead this inaugural event for our young professionals group Micah-nections. Join us for bagels, mimosas, music, and community in our beautiful Sukkah.

SIMCHAT TORAH - Celebrating the Cycle: Wednesday, October 19th, at 5:15 PM

In Person in the Social Hall

You can dance if you want to, but at Micah we leave no friends behind. This musical service includes boogeying with the Bible – the Torah scrolls that is! Cantor Josh Goldberg and Rabbi Flip lead our celebration as we unwrap the Torah and wrap up the season on this magical night.

Women’s Circle: Friday, October 21st, at 12 PM In Person

Rabbi Laurie challenges your intellect through study and conversation on Judaism and other relevant topics. All are welcome. Bring a friend!

The Aging Parent: A 2-part Workshop for the Sandwich Generation: Thursday, October 27th, and Thursday, November 3rd, at 6 PM In Person

Rabbi Laurie and Education Director Julie Greenberg dive into the emotions of role reversal, navigating family conflict, and communication challenges. It will be a time to build community with and gain support from others going through the same stage of life, to share, and to learn from one another. No charge for members, $36 for non-members. Registration is required at

High Holy Day Schedule 2022

Text Messages from the Sages: A Special Torah Study with Rabbi Laurie: Saturday, October 1st, at 9 AM on Zoom

CEMETERY SERVICE – Remembering: Saturday, October 1st, at 10:30 AM

In Person only

Honor those people in our past who inspire us to live more fully in the present and future. Held on the most sacred grounds on our campus, Rabbi Laurie and Cantor Josh Goldberg lead mourners in the rituals of kever avot – visiting the graves of our loved ones.

TASHLICH – Paddleboarding: Sunday, October 2nd, at 1:30 PM

See website for details.

KOL NIDRE – THE VOICE OF OUR COMMITMENTS: Tuesday, October 4th, at 7:30 PM

In Person, Livestream on Micah Website, Facebook & YouTube


“וְאָ֣הַבְתָּ֔ אֵ֖ת יְהֹוָ֣ה אֱלֹהֶ֑יךָ בְּכׇל־לְבָבְךָ֥ וּבְכׇל־נַפְשְׁךָ֖

You shall love your God יהוה with all your heart, with all your soul…”

-Deuteronomy 6

A person with a beautiful soul is kind, confident, genuine, and balanced. People with beautiful souls make others feel safe and at peace. You get a physical every year. It is time for your spiritual! Tonight, Jews gather in synagogues and online all over the world to take a reflective look “under the hood” and recalibrate our moral compasses within. On this, the holiest night of the year, be inspired by the warmth of a compassionate community, moved by the majesty of the music, and transformed by the journey of the soul.

YOM KIPPUR - A DAY OF FORGIVENESS: Wednesday, October 5th, at 10:00 AM

In-Person and on Livestream on Micah Website, Facebook, YouTube


“עַד שֶׁיָּצְתָה נִשְׁמָתוֹ - until his soul left his body”

-Berakhot 61b

Judaism teaches that the body and soul are separate yet indivisible partners in human life. Rather than imprisoning or corrupting the soul, the body is a God-given tool for doing sacred work in the world. It requires protection, care, and respect because it is holy. At Micah every-BODY is welcome. Link your voices to the collective prayers of our people in-person or virtually in what is certain to be the most moving Monday morning on your calendar this year. Deny your body the food you feed yourself every day and feast instead on feelings of reflection, repentance, and a resolve to do better. Spend the day praying and reflecting with us and it is sure to go fast! And nothing will improve your character more than the “Coming to Micah Moments” that this holy morning affords.


In person only in the Sanctuary

An interactive Spoken Word Workshop led by artists that will explore themes of forgiveness to help us emerge from the

PANEL: Wednesday, October 5th, at 2:00 PM

In Person only in the Sanctuary

As we seek to cleanse our souls personally, we also look to society. a group of specialists on a panel as they address ______ as we seek repentance, how we might better advocate for others, as well.

HEALING SERVICE – Praying Through Pain: Wednesday, October 5th, at 2:00 PM

In Person only in the Chapel

Grief, loss, physical and/or spiritual pain. They are all a part of life. Rabbi Laurie & Cantor Josh Goldberg employ the wisdom of the Jewish tradition in leading this intimate circle in a series of healing prayers and therapeutic exercises. Therapy for the theological soul, the music and readings will afford you the chance to emote and the inspiration to restore hope.

SCHMOOZE & VIEWS - Talk Politics: Wednesday, October 5th, at 2 PM

In Person only in the Education Wing

We keep our politics off the pulpit, but not out of the building. Dr. Bob Smith lay leads this political conversation that normally takes place weekly in our library. All opinions welcome. Please bring an open mind and a sense of humor.

LEARN ON-LINE – Open the Door for Elijah: Wednesday, October 5th, at 3 PM

On Zoom only

Connect Virtually as Kabbalist and Rabbi Ethan Franzel leaves the zoom door open for Elijah the Prophet and all who wish to understand the mystical connections between his role in Judaism and that of Jonah.

LETTER WRITING PROJECT – The Ties that Bind: Wednesday, October 5th, at 3 PM

In Person only in the Education Wing

A quarter century ago, Micah congregants, teachers, students, rabbis, and staff wrote letters that were placed in a time capsule to be opened and read by their counterparts in 25 years. A first grader reads a letter from a first grader, a congregant from a congregant, an administrator to an administrator, a teacher to a teacher, a rabbi to a rabbi. The box is open and it is time to write letters of our own to the future.

FAMILY SERVICE – Modeling Forgiveness: Wednesday, October 5th, at 4 PM

In-Person in the Sanctuary and on Livestream on Micah Website, Facebook, YouTube

Rabbi Flip and Cantor Josh Goldberg explore the themes of the day for young children and their extended families. Music, stories, Torah, and kid-like confessions!

YOUTH SERVICE – Pray with your “Peeps”: Wednesday, October 5th, at 4 PM

In Person only in the Eden Room

Experience Judaism with those your own age as Rabbi Laurie & Guitar Aficionado Aaron Tessis create a safe space for our young people as they journey through the liturgy of the day. Dramatic interpretations, camp-like songs, and peer participation are hallmarks of this “youth group-like” prayer experience for 6th graders and up. Adults are invited to sit this one out.

YIZKOR - Memorial Service: Wednesday, October 5th, at 5 PM

In Person in the Sanctuary and on Livestream on Micah Website, Facebook, YouTube

Take off the mask of normalcy and let out the pain of loss. Share space with others in the community who have lost loved ones. Beautiful music, words of inspiration, and support from others - there is rarely a dry eye in the house.

NEILAH - Calling It A Day!: Wednesday, October 5th, Immediately Following Yizkor/Memorial Service

In Person in the Sanctuary and on Livestream on Micah Website, Facebook, Youtube

After hours of spiritual work, we lay it all on the line and close the gates on the day that bridges heaven and earth with a short, home stretch service that is a favorite of members. Highlights include Havdalah with us all on the bimah and a final knock your socks off blast of the shofar. So good, you won’t want Yom Kippur to end!

SUKKOT – PJ’s, Pancakes, & Paper Chains: Sunday, October 9th, 9:30 AM

In Person On the Front Patio

Help us get the Sukkah ready for the week. Expressing your artistic side at Micah comes without strict guidelines. Be as creative as you like. We will provide some

traditional décor based on the harvest: gourds, fruit, lights, paper chains, a lulav, etrog, etc. all we need you to bring is your children and a good mood on this happy holiday.

SIMCHAT TORAH - Celebrating the Cycle: Wednesday, October 19th, at 5:15 PM

In Person in the Social Hall

You can dance if you want to, but at Micah we leave no friends behind. This musical service includes booging with the Bible – the Torah scrolls that is! Cantor Josh Goldberg and Rabbi Flip lead our celebration as we unwrap the Torah and wrap up the season on this magical night.

What should I wear?

A suit and tie. Or jeans and a t-shirt. Or something in between. Our services are not about your clothes, they’re about your spirit. We’re happy to have you no matter what you’re wearing – as long as you’re wearing something, please.

Sherith Israel


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1:00-3:30pm at AKIVA SCHOOL (809 Percy Warner Blvd, Nashville, TN, 37205)

Please join us for this special Baking Out Breast Cancer event! Learn to bake challah and try new braiding techniques!


This community wide challah bake will bring Jewish women together from all corners of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, to make challah and further Breast and Ovarian cancer and BRCA awareness. This is particularly important because so many of us are of Ashkenazi Jewish descent. One in 40 Ashkenazi Jewish women have a BRCA mutation.

Knowing your genetics can be scary, but also very powerful. We chose to bring Myriad genetics to the event, as they are the gold standard for genetic testing. A doctor and phlebotomist will be on site for those who wish to have their genetics tested (blood drawn and sent to a lab with results in 2-3 weeks) for all of the known hereditary cancers.

We will also hear from several speakers including: Rabba Daniella Pressner, Dr. Ingrid Mayer, Sara Hanai, Pam Abromowitz, and BRAgroups, a Nashville based breast cancer support group.

And, finally, we will have the opportunity to uphold the long-standing tradition Jewish women have of making challah from scratch, together! We hope you can join us, as this is sure to be an engaging and inspiring event! Please RSVP at this link:

The Temple

The Temple October 2022 Events

All programming can be accessed via unless noted to be in person

Pirkei Avot: Jewish Wisdom for Today's World Every Friday from 5:00-5:40 PM

Get ready for Shabbat with a little text study! Each week we will study a piece of wisdom from Pirkei Avot, The Ethics of our Ancestors, an ancient Jewish text still relevant in our own times. Available in person at The Temple and via zoom. Zoom Room:

Shabbat Schedule for October

Our Shabbat Services will be held in person at The Temple. You can also watch via zoom from

Friday, October 7th~ 6:00 PM




Friday, October 28th ~ 6:00 PM –BLUE JEAN SHABBAT

Chevrah Torah Study

9:30AM on Saturdays

Join us for our weekly Torah study on the portion of the week, led by the clergy.

You can join us in person at The Temple or via zoom from

Cemetery Service

Sunday, October 2

Kever Avot 1:30 PM The Temple Cemetery 2001 15th Avenue North Nashville 37208

Yom Kippur Schedule

Tuesday, October 4

Yom Kippur Evening – Kol Nidre 7:30 PM In-Person & Online

Wednesday, October 5

Tot Yom Kippur 8:30 AM In-Person

Yom Kippur Family Service 8:30 AM In-Person & Online

Yom Kippur Youth Programs (K-6th grade) 10:15 AM RSVP Required ~ In Person

Yom Kippur Morning Service 10:15 AM In-Person & Online

Congregants’ Hour 12:45 PM In-Person & Online

Afternoon Service 2:00 PM In-Person & Online

Yom Kippur Afternoon Experiences 3:15 PM In-Person

Yizkor Memorial Service & Ne’ilah Concluding Service 4:30 PM In-Person & Online

Break the Fast 5:45 PM

Sukkot Service & Habitat For Humanity Celebratory Shabbat

Friday, October 14 ~ 6:00 pm

For the 13th consecutive year, The Temple is participating, along with other congregations, in a build for Habitat for Humanity. As part of our commitment, we will be hosting a special kickoff celebration Shabbat service. Clergy from several faiths will be participating in the service, and we are expecting the proud homeowner to attend along with a large, diverse crowd of worshippers. Please join us as we welcome all of them to The Temple.

On Saturday, October 15, join our clergy for Sukkot Study 9:30 AM

Shabbat Morning Service & Yizkor 11:00 AM

Brunch will follow in the Sukkah. RSVP in person or online at

Both the Sukkot Study and Shabbat Service & Yizkor will be in-person and online.

Women's Torah Study October 6th, 13th*, 20th and 27th

12:00-1:00 PM

Ongoing weekly women's Torah study led by Patty Marks.

Available in person at The Temple and via zoom through

*Starting October 13, the start time will be at 10:30 AM.

Lunch with the Rabbi Thursdays, October 13th, 20th and 27th

Lunch at 11:30AM

Program12:00-1:00 PM

$15 per person for lunch

Engage with Rabbi Danziger and guests in a discussion of current and important issues from a Jewish perspective.

RSVP on or by calling the Temple at 615-352-7620

Available in person and via zoom.

Zoom Room:

Break the Fast with Your Temple Family

Reservations are required, please rsvp

Mark your calendars now for Break the Fast with your Temple community on Wednesday, October 5 immediately following Concluding Services. This has become a Temple tradition and is enjoyed by all who participate.

The cost is $20.00 for adults and $5.00 for children under 12.

Your check is your reservation received by Monday, October 3 and should be mailed to:

The Temple, Attn: Break the Fast, 5015 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37205

Or RSVP online at

Everyone is welcome to come help decorate the Sukkah

Sunday, October 9 from Noon-2:00 PM

Temple Together for Jewish Adults 35-50

Thursday, October 6th at 6:30 at Diskin Cider

Bring a Friend and get entered in a raffle for a prize

First drink on Temple! Learn from Diskin’s owner about how his idea became a reality for Nashville’s first & only craft cidery!

For more information, please reach out to Sheri Rosenberg

Intro to Judaism-Conversion Conversations

Led by Rabbi Shana Mackler

Begins Sunday, October 9, 2022 ~ 5:00 PM

In the Sukkah

Join us for in-depth look at Jewish history, holidays, traditions, customs, and beliefs. Rabbi & Senior Scholar Shana Mackler leads these thought-provoking conversations about Judaism. There is no expectation of conversion upon completion of this class and syllabus, though many choose to do so. This is a great way to learn together and take the next steps towards living and leading a more meaningful Jewish life. For more information or to join the fall class, contact Doris at

It’s a Knitzvah Crafternoon!

Sunday, October 9 ~ 2:00 - 3:30 pm

The Temple’s W.E.L.L (Women Engaged in Living & Learning) is joining with the Crafternoon crew and invites all knitters, crocheters, and anyone who just wants to learn how to knit a simple scarf to provide for the homeless women who are a part of the Room in the Inn during the cold winter. Or bring a craft project of your own. We will be in the Sukkah at The Temple to the enjoy the company of women engaged in living & learning. Refreshments will be served!

Please RSVP to Rabbi Mackler at

For more information, please go to or

Join Us for MAH JONGG Mondays!

Starting Monday, October 24, from 10:00 AM - Noon+

Drop in for Mah Jongg. We’ll have coffee and water. Bring your friends, a card, and a set and have some fun. Mah Jongg cards and sets are available for purchase in The Temple Gift Shop. We’ll play in the prefunction area where tables are set up on Friday nights.

Hike & Havdallah at Percy Warner

Presented by The Temple’s Worship and Music Committee

Saturday, October 15

Where and When for the Hike? Meet at the top of the steps at the end of Belle Meade Boulevard at

3:45 PM with the hike of the 2.5 mile white trail to begin at 4:00 PM.

If you are not hiking, please meet us for Havdalah at the stone gate entrance to the park at 5:30 PM.

Who?All ages! Bring friends and family. For more information or questions, please contact Anne Davenport at

West End Synagogue - October 2022

For links to the following services or programs, please email


Join us for in-person morning minyan!

Sunday services will be at 9 a.m. and Monday-Friday will be at 7 a.m.

Daily Mincha and Maariv service depending on Daylight savings times

Join us for daily Mincha and Maariv, Monday – Friday and Sunday on Zoom only.

Kabbalat Shabbat You are invited to join us for Kabbalat Shabbat on Fridays in person or on the West End Live YouTube Channel at 6:00 p.m.

Morning Shabbat services. You are invited to join us Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m. in person or on the West End Live YouTube Channel.

Join us on the first Friday of the month for our special Anniversary Shabbat where we celebrate all October wedding anniversaries with a special prayer and Oneg.

Join us on the Fourth Saturday of the month for our special Birthday Shabbat where we celebrate all October birthdays.

Wednesday, October 19, Learn and Lunch at 11:00 am with Rabbi Saul from Sherith Israel. Reservations required, catered lunch following presentation.

Sunday, October 30 after minyan. Our Men’s Club will be hosting the second of our Retirement Planning series.

West End Synagogue’s Men’s Club Event and Bagel and Lox Breakfast is open to the Congregation!


October 30th at 9:30 a.m.with Certified Professional Coach Loretta Saff

 “Your mission, Jim, should you choose to accept it, is…”

Of course, you recognize the opening quote from the ever-popular Mission: Impossible. And of course, Jim (or Tom Cruise) always accepts the assignment, and we get to go along for the adventure!

Life is full of transitions like; Relationships/Marriage/Parenting, Changing Jobs/Empty Nesting, (Yikes!) Retiring

Join Loretta on Sunday, October 30th, at 9:30 a.m. at West End Synagogue for a discussion that can help you more easily accept and deal with whatever comes your way!

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