The 80 stained glass windows depict the Old Testament as well as the Menorah, Twelve Tribes of Israel, Moses at Mt.
Sinai, the Tree of Life and 11 Women of the Hebrew Bible.
Saturday, December 30 - AM to noon - Shabbat services and Torah study led by Rabbi Moldo followed by Oneg sponsored by the Sisterhood.. Take a few moments out of your week and join us at noon on Thursdays as we begin uncovering more about Abram and family with the help of commentators Rashi, Sforno and Steinsaltz. Friday, January 5 -7 PM - Shabbat services led by Rabbi Moldo followed by Oneg sponsored by the Sisterhood. Sunday, January 7 - to 3 PM - Jewish & Israeli Dancing. Call Tim Solon, 632-4105 Thursday, January 11 - 12 noon to 1 PM - Torah Thursday. The Rabbi approved the program, and the performance went off without a hitch.
Call Tim Solon, 632-4105 Thursday, January 4 - 12 noon to 1 PM - Torah Thursday. The Cheyenne Chamber Singers and LCCC Cantorei held a concert in our large sanctuary in February.
Sunday, January 14 - 10 AM to noon - Religious School. Close to 30 people joined us for dinner Christmas Eve. Rabbi Moldo agreed to another three year contract, so we’ll continue to have the benefits of his spiritual leadership.
Attendance at our Saturday morning Shabbat services has been very low.
I feel it is important to focus on this freedom and how it applies to everyone.
Most Americans seem to agree that religious groups can worship as they desire and further that their religion should in some manner inform their daily activities.
We hope you enjoy the 50 years of lovely Watkins Stained Glass Windows. The first component piece is most like the traditional Sunday School in that it meets on Sundays from 10 to noon, and is geared towards students in Kindergarten through 5th grade.
The music is provided by John Waller, who graciously granted permission to use "Bless Us and Keep Us". The content covered will depend upon each student’s prior knowledge.
Additional Information Check out all the Learning Opportunities at Mt. The second component piece is Bar/Bat Mitzvah training. Come join us for any or all of our upcoming movies.
This peaceful continuation of unification by force seemed a perfectly sensible religious tweak. In our era, where there are few polytheists, we understand completely why such a reasonable suggestion did not work as well for the few monotheists. Take a given policy which affects religions in some manner, and see if somebody might look at it as Mattityahu and family looked at the policies of Antiochus.
If somebody might, then a more difficult step is to find a tweak which maintains freedom from religious coercion as well as freedom from discrimination for any other reason.