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THIS WEEK AT ADAT SHALOM:
ADAT SHALOM NEWS



Rabbi Lehrer's Thought for Shabbat

Monday, April 15: Adat Shalom First Night Seder beginning at
7 p.m., a family centered interactive service conducted by Rabbi Yaier Lehrer.  Seder features a homemade dessert buffet.  Catered strictly kosher for Passover, prepared and served by Kravitz Delicatessan of Youngstown, OH.  Adults:  $50; Children:  $45; non-member Adults:  $55; non-member Children:  $50. Your check or credit card payment holds your reservation.  Reservations must be made by April 4. For more details, contact call 412-820-7000 or email Adat Shalom.

Tuesday, April 15:  Passover Services begin at 9:15 a.m.

Friday, April 18:  Kabbalat Shabbat Service begins at
7:15 p.m.

Saturday, April 19:  Shabbat Morning Services begin at 9:15.

Sunday, April 20: Morning Minyan begins at 9.
Spring Break--Religious School and Confirmation Class will not meet until Sunday, April 27.

Monday, April 21:  Passover Service begins at 9 a.m., including Yizkor.

Friday, April 25:  Tot Shabbat with Rabbi Lehrer at 5:30 p.m.

Sunday, April 27:  Religious School and Confirmation Class resume following Spring Break.


SAVE THE DATE

Monday, April 28:  Sisterhood Book Club meets at 7 p.m. in the home of Andrea Lehman.  We're reading The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd. 

Friday, May 9:  Dinner and Services to honor our high school graduating seniors. 

Saturday, May 17:  Sisterhood Club Shabbat.

Sunday, June 1:  Adat Shalom Spring Gala honoring our outgoing president Marc Silverman, Green Oaks Country Club.  Watch for details.

Saturday, June 7: Contemporary Shabbat Service at 10:30 a.m. followed by luncheon.















LINKS OF NOTE
368 Guys Run Road, Cheswick, PA 15024
412.820.7000

Characters on the bima for the Purim Play.
Third grade shows off their ability to write Hebrew words on the Religious School bulletin board across from the Library.  For a close up, stop by when you visit the synagogue.
Kindergarten, First and Second grade hold their traditional model seder.
Susan Schwartz, one of our library volunteers, reads to our students during storytime.