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CKids - ages 5-12: 10:45 a.m.
Tot Shabbot (ages 2 through 5): Saturdays 11:00 a.m.
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grave-small.jpgTuesday is the final day of the holiday of Passover

A Day for Yizkor Service

You are invited to join us for this memorial service - Tuesday, April 22nd, at 11:00 am

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You're Invited to a Celebratory Meal  
Tuesday, April 22, 6:00 pm
at the Lori Schottenstein Chabad Center

 
Bal Shem Tov (also known as Moshiach's Meal) observing the conclusion of Passover  
 
The last day of Passover ("Acharon Shel Pesach") is particularly associated with Moshiach and the future redemption. The Haftarah (reading from the Prophets) for this day is from Isaiah 11, which describes the promised future era of universal peace and divine perfection. Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov instituted the custom of partaking of a "Moshiach's meal" on the afternoon of the last day of Passover.
 

How does the third Seder help us celebrate redemption?
Here's an article about "The First and Final Redemption".
 

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3,324-year-old event...who cares?
by Rabbi Areyah Kaltmann  

(this article appeared in the Ohio Jewish Chronicle on March 22, 2012)


According to a recent poll, 82% of secular Israelis conduct a Seder and 78% of secular American Jews will sit down to a Passover meal. These findings are astonishing when you consider that the redemption of the Jews from Egyptian bondage actually happened 3,324 years ago.

In 1947, David Ben Gurion addressed the following words to the United Nations:

"Three hundred years ago a ship called the Mayflower set sail to the New World. This was a great event in the history of England. Yet, I wonder if there is one Englishman who knows at what time the ship set sail? Do the English know how many people embarked on this voyage? What quality of bread did they eat?"

"Yet, more than 3,000 years ago, before the Mayflower set sail, the Jews left Egypt. Every Jew in the world, even in America or Soviet Russia, knows exactly on what date they left. Everyone knows what kind of bread they ate. Even today, the Jews worldwide eat matzos on the 15th of Nisan..."

However, Ben Gurion didn't go on to explain why this phenomenon keeps on taking place year after year. Who do Jews for thousands of years keep on having an Independence Day kick-off celebration that takes weeks to prepare for and then actually last for 8 long days?

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Special Educational Opportunities at TLSCC

torah_51070675.jpgADULTS: Please join us for "A Journey into the Soul of Torah", a weekly Torah study. The class will continue on Thursdays at 7:30 pm at
The Lori Schottenstein Chabad Center. Open to all.
 

YLMC-2014.jpgYoung Ladies' Mitzvah Club - 2014:

This year we will explore lessons from famous Jewish women through food creations and crafts.

Sundays 2:30-4:00
Dates: Jan. 19, Feb. 23,  March 9,
April 6 (time this month will be 12:30-1:00), May 4.


Details & signup

rosh-chodesh-headline.jpgWhat’s your reason to celebrate?
The Jewish holidays are the centerpieces of our year. Days when we remember events that forever changed the course of our history.

But they are much more than that. The festivals are pauses in time, primed for personal introspection and spiritual re-connection. Windows to the psyche, fortifying us with tools for facing everyday challenges. Kaleidoscopes of beauty and meaning, changing how we see ourselves, our relationships, and our world.

Join us for this eye-opening new learning series from the Rosh Chodesh Society, coming this November.

Rosh Chodesh meeting/luncheon dates for 2013-2014:
Day of week will vary:
Nov. 5, Dec. 4, Jan. 28, March 3, April 1, April 30, May 29
12:00-1:00 pm
Cost $18 for class and luncheon

 

For more information contact Esther Kaltmann  614-563-2261 or email esther.kaltmann@sbcglobal.net 

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 CHABAD HEBREW SCHOOL

Chabad Hebrew School is an exciting and innovative weekly educational program in Columbus, Ohio. Our school enjoys a well-earned reputation as a trend setter in creative Jewish education for children in Grades Kindergarten through 7. Chabad Hebrew School has exciting new programs, a dynamic staff and interested students. Our student body is made up of children from various backgrounds and affiliations. Synagogue membership is not required.  More info at www.chabadhs.org.

 

Get Involved! Volunteer Opportunities for all ages

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LifeTown -
Lessons for Life

LifeTown was developed by consulting with a group of parents of children with special needs, therapists, educators, and professionals from around the world. LifeTown is a unique interactive world where children with special needs have fun while they practice important life skills through role play. LifeTown is more than a community center or therapeutic facility. It is a house of friendship. Find out more about how you can take part - all ages are welcome to participate. 

friendshipcirclelogo-75px.jpgThe Friendship Circle

The Friendship Circle is a unique organization with a refreshing approach to helping families of children with special needs. Our innovative programming and and creative activities are designed to foster a relationship between community teenagers and the children by drawing on the love, boundless energy and dynamism of our teens. Middle-schoolers through OSU students are needed and encouraged to come and make a world of difference in the life of a child.

 

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Continue the Tradition! Cherish the traditions of your heritage
while creating new memories with your spiritual family.


Become a member or renew your membership online - click here

 

Shabbat Candle Lighting Times
New Albany, OH 43054:
Friday, April 18
Light Candles at: 7:54 pm
Shabbat, April 19
Shabbat Ends: 8:56 pm
Sunday, April 20
Eve of Seventh day Passover
Light Candles at: 7:56 pm
Monday, April 21
Eve of Eighth day Passover
Light Candles after: 8:58 pm
Tuesday, April 22
Holiday Ends: 8:59 pm
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