Passover is coming!!
Our 37th Passover Seder will be on April 4th at 11 am sharp!
doors will open at 10:30 pm.
We will moving the venue this year to Fullerton.
It will be at the Meridian, 1535 Deerpark Drive, Fullerton, CA .
Children will be invited this year.
Also, there will be NO reserved seating except for families with children.
cost: adults $36
children 12 and under $18
Three ways to pay:
2) mail check Payable to Temple Aviv Judea
mail: P.O. Box 1124
Yorba Linda, CA 92885
3) make check and put it in an envelope saying PASSOVER.
In each case, please specify how many adults and children are coming.
We need the names of each attending.
You will receive tickets back in the mail.
Seats are limited so do not wait for the last minute.
If you are having trouble registering on our website, please reply to this email.
Mazel Tov to Reg Deuning and Margarita Garcia
as they tie the knot today.
They will be getting married outside of Temple.
Welcome to our new families.
May you find TAJ to be one big happy family
learning and growing together in Messiah.
Let us continue to pray for Art Sifuentes.
He has lymphona of the spleen.
He is getting treatment at the City of Hope.
May HaShem heal him through their doctors.
We are seeing amazing improvements in Art this past week.
What we do to help?
or help them financially by ordering Cheryl's challah.
As you all know, Cheryl makes delicious challah.
We mourn the loss of all those who were murdered in cold blood by the terrorists. Our thoughts and prayers especially go out to the families of Yoav Hattab, Yohan Cohen, Philippe Braham, and Francois-Michel Saada, viciously killed in the Hyper Cacher supermarket in an act of anti-Semitic murder. May their memories be a blessing. Together with all Jews around the world, we stnad with the Jewish community of France and the French people.
This week at TAJ
Wednesday, January 21st
NO Bible Study this week.
Shabbat Bo : January 24th
9 am Tevah Tefillah (ark of prayer)
Come join us for prayer BEFORE the service.
It is the core of our service.
Let us start with the right foot (heart) forward.
10 am service begins
noon: Oneg in fellowship hall
It is a time of offering to the Lord when you bring food for your brethren.
Reminder: when you bring food, remember to have it ready to serve.
You are responsible for having it ready for Oneg.
Also, remember to be thoughtful of others.
Please do not fill your plate sky high.
After everyone gets their food, you can go back for seconds.
1:30 pm Rabbi's Corner
Happy Birthday to Juanita Guzman.
Thank you for all you do.
Happy Birthday to Elizabeth Soria.
We are so happy that you are part of our family.
Happy Birthday to Rick Coe!
We are blessed to have a servant (deacon) such as you!
Happy Birthday Ann Crowley!
Honored to have you choose being with us on your birthday.
Mazel Tov to Corrine on her new beautiful grand daughter, Emily!
She is gorgeous!
Please pray for Myrna Stevens: health issues
Thank you Myrna for the Chanukah cards!
They were beautiful.
All money was donated to Temple Aviv Judea ministries.
Keep praying for Edmund Lautt.
He is home and is diligently doing his exercises. It is going to be a long road ahead.
Prayers also for Helen.
Prayers for Ruth Radzwill. She is undergoing rehab for her recent stroke.
She is presently at a Rehab in Irvine.
She is making remarkable recovery.
Pray for those who are suffering with flus and colds including
David and Marianne Wegener
Praying for all during this flu season.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 7 pm
Concert of Worship and Praise: Israeli artist: Rifka Whitten
You will not want to miss it!!
Have a Blessed Week
Rabbi Corey and his bride, Hilary
Posted on Sun, January 18, 2015
by Corey Sylvester