Rabbi Norbert Weinberg


The Adams Street Shul

(617) 630-0226


168 Adams Street
P.O. Box 600371
Newton, MA 02460

 


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Making the Movie!

RoiterEventWe are assembling a scrapbook and making a movie of last week's lovely event honoring the Roiters. 

If you shot some video on your smartphone, please send a link to download it.  And if you snapped some nice pictures, please send them directly. Thanks!

We hope to combine all the photos and videos into a scrapbook and a movie by the end of Chanukah. 

 
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Party Poster!

ChanukahPartyFlier-reducedClick the image for a printable, full-size invitation to our Chanukah Party.  Please print and post them at your school, work, synagogue, supermarket, fitness club, etc., etc.  Thanks!

See you at the party!

 
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Spin the Dreidel! Dance the Hora! Come and learn a little Torah!

dreidelsSpin the Dreidel! Dance the Hora! Come and learn a little Torah!
Come one, come all, to the Adams Street Chanukah party!

The Adams Street Shul Chanukah party is one of the events and traditions that defines the shul - 103 years ago, the shul was inaugurated on the special holiday. This year’s Chanukah party will take place at the shul on December 21st, 2014, from 4 to 6:30 PM, with a similarly warm atmosphere.

latkesElazar Cramer, Nathan Lesser and friends have organized an evening of Chanukah fun. Sarah Boling and crew will make luscious latkes, and there will be other good food as well (what would Chanukah be without sufganiyot?). Join us in making this a rockin’ Chanukah!

WeinbergRabbi-lightingChanukiahThe event will be fun for both adults and kids. There will be learning for the adults, crafts and games for the kids, Menorah lighting, and, of course, food, music and schmoozing for all! The kids will have fun building candy menorahs, spinning dreidels, catching donuts and more!

open-micSign up to perform at our Chanukah themed “open mic”, starting at 5:30. Play an instrument, sing karaoke, do a skit. Perhaps you can juggle dreidels? Email in advance or get on the list on your way in the door so we can create a schedule of acts. Remember: keep it short and family-friendly.

Minchah will precede the party at 3:50. Maariv starts at approximately 6:15.

Be sure to save the date on your calendar and be there to celebrate the holiday of Chanukah with us! Come ready to have fun. To volunteer to help with food, games, decorations, or anything else, email us at . We look forward to seeing you then!

geltThanks to a generous anonymous donor, admission is free. Donations are encouraged and greatly appreciated!

 
 
 
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Preparing for Chanukah

objectsTo help you enter the spirit of the season, here are some audio and video recordings of Chanukah shiurim from the Adams Street Shul:

 
The Hidden Lights of Hanukkah Tuesday,
26 November
2013
Rabbi
Sammy
Intrator
Chanukah Party with Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe Thursday,
22 December
2011
Rabbi
Shlomo
Yaffe
Candlelighting and Publicity-Seeking Monday,
29 December
2008
Rabbi
Norbert
Weinberg
The Miracle of Chanukah Monday,
22 December
2008
Rabbi
Norbert
Weinberg
A Children's Introduction to Chanukah Monday,
15 December
2008
Rabbi
Norbert
Weinberg
How is a Menorah Like the Bottom of a Burnt Meat Pudding? Sunday,
02 December
2007
Rabbi
David
Maayan
Lekutei Halachos --- Foundation Stone: The Point of Truth Friday,
15 December
2006
Rabbi
David
Maayan
The Laws of Chanukah Wednesday,
29 November
2006
Rabbi
Norbert
Weinberg
Netzach versus Hod: Moshe, Aharon & the Menorah Tuesday,
27 December
2005
Rabbi
David
Maayan
 
 
 
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