Latest Happenings at Congregation L'Dor V'Dor

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  • Shabbat/Hanukkah Services with 3rd Graders - Friday, December 15 at  7:00 pm

    Join us as we celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah.  Feel free to bring your Hanukkah menorahs so that together we can kindle the Hanukkah lights.

    An oneg of sufganiyot will add to our joy.


    Movie and Brunch - “Keep Quiet” - Sunday, January 7 at 11:00 am

    A riveting documentary about a young Hungarian neo-Nazi leader whose life is upended when he discovers his Jewish roots.  “Keep Quiet” would be valuable and important if it only told of one man’s journey from bigotry to repentance, but this expertly made, highly  dramatic film

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    The leadership of Congregation L'Dor V'Dor

    invites you to meet   

    Cetra Ruddy

     the architecture and interior design firm who will be spearheading our temple's renovation.

    Wednesday, December 13 at 7:00 pm

    L'Dor V'Dor sanctuary

    An opportunity to ask questions and offer suggestions will

    be available at the end of the presentation.

     

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UPCOMING EVENTS


Shabbat/Hanukkah Services with 3rd Graders - Friday, December 15 at 7:00 pm

Join us as we celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah.  Feel free to bring your Hanukkah menorahs so that together we can kindle the Hanukkah lights.

An oneg of sufganiyot will add to our joy.


Movie and Brunch - “Keep Quiet” - Sunday, January 7 at 11:00 am

A riveting documentary about a young Hungarian neo-Nazi leader whose life is upended when he discovers his Jewish roots.  “Keep Quiet” would be valuable and important if it only told of one man’s journey from bigotry to repentance, but this expertly made, highly dramatic film achieves must-see status for the inevitable light it sheds on the persistence of toxic racial hatreds not just in Hungary but worldwide.

Presented by the Enrichment Committee. RSVP to the office. 

 

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