Wednesday, October 17, 2012

What do CD's, Transliterated Siddurim, and Zebras have in common?


What do CD's, Transliterated Siddurim, and Zebras have in common?
(they are each a part of Congregation Netivot Shalom!)
Noah's Ark Animal Parade this Shabbat! 
 
This Shabbat we will be reading Parshat Noach, the section of the Torah depicting the Noah's Ark story.  It is a CNS tradition that children of all ages parade after taking the Torah out in Animal costumes or themed clothing. 
 
This includes pajamas/ clothes with animals on them, masks and of course those dusty Purim costumes.  The key is animals.  So if your child wants to be a train conductor, superhero, or other non-animal costume, gently remind them that animals were the guests on noah's ark.  (Dinosaurs will be included at parental and rabbinic discretion).  ;-)
 
Please come at 10:15 to SBY/Preschool room to prepare for the Torah Service and Parade.

After the Torah parade we will have a light snack before beginning the SBY program at 11:00am.    SBY is now on the 1st and 3rd weeks of each month.   

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the Modeh Ani CD is here! 
& 40% of EKS.com purchases benefit CNS!
 
Shalom Chaverim!

 

We're so excited to share that the Modeh Ani CD, whose title track was recorded with the sweet voices of our own CNS Preschool students last year, is available for purchase! 
 
Thanks to a gracious offer by EKS owner (and Netivot Shalom member) Claudia Valas, 40% of all sales of the Modeh Ani CD and everything else on the online EKS store sold using the code "NSdelivery" will be donated as a gift to Netivot Shalom! 
 
All purchases using this code will be delivered to Netivot Shalom, and Lauren will let you know when they've arrived.
 
Mazal Tov everyone!!!
 
Lauren Kindorf
CNS Preschool Director 
 
The new Shabbat Morning Transliterated Siddurim have arrived!
 

Thanks to many, many Netivot Shalom members, a new tool for accessing Hebrew davening has been born! Special mention to Liza Kramer, an Amitim for Grownups alumna, for championing most recently, and spurring the publication of Siddur Tov leHodot: A Shabbat Morning Transliterated Siddur! Copies of this new siddur are now on our shul's siddur shelves! 

 

Copies of Siddur Tov leHodot are also available for purchase ($10) in the shul office during regular hours. 

 

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