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Rabbi Weinberg and Bert Grand with Torah ScrollsOn Saturday night, December 15, 2012, we celebrated our Centennial.  For those who couldn't be there, we are happy to provide the video below.

The video includes excerpts of all facets of the event.  It begins upstairs in the sanctuary, with two-minutes of the pre-event congregational socializing;  then two minutes of the live music by the Nagila Ensemble, followed by a series of stimulating presentions by President Benyomin Fleischmann, Steven Cantor, Beryl Gilfix, Rabbi Norbert Weinberg, Nechama Cheses, and Barry Shrage.  Then the video continues downstairs in the Elmer Lippin Social Hall, with more live music, schmoozing, and speechifying.
 
And now here's the video: 
 


We hope you enjoy the video.  Donations to support our educational programs and their availability on the Internet are always welcome.

This event was produced by our Centennial Programs Committee, comprised of Steven Cantor (Chair), Zhanna Cantor, Shelley Greene, David Jacobson, Steven Jaffe, Jane Rosen, Philip Rosen, and Chaya Esther Vaks.


 

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The Adams Street Shul is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are now in our second century of service to the Jewish community.

Part of our mission is to preserve and maintain this historic building, with the help of many supportive friends.

Rabbi Mark Glass


The Adams Street Shul

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168 Adams Street
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Newton, MA 02460


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Shabbat Times

Candle-Lighting in Nonantum for Friday, October 26, is at 5:28 pm.    Shabbat concludes at 6:27 pm on Saturday, October 27.  

Torah Portion

This Saturday is Shabbat Vayeira.  
(The Torah Reading is Bereishit 18:1-22:24;   and the Haftarah is II Kings 4:1-37; S: 4:1-23.)