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Installation Weekend - Rabbi Philip Weintraub

Congregation B'nai Israel
proudly announces
the Installation of Rabbi Philip Weintraub.

Friday, February 22 - Sunday, February 24, 2019

Shabbat of Inclusion Weekend Schedule | Shabbat Dinner Menu & RSVP
Sunday Afternoon Installation Ceremony & Concert by Nefesh Mountain
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Shabbat of Inclusion


Friday, February 22 beginning at 6:00 pm

Kabbalat Shabbat Service and Dinner
Shabbat of Inclusion Guest Speaker Jordan Tralins - “Turning Disabilities into Capabilities: My Work with PARC”

followed by Oneg 

Dinner to follow catered by Lynn's Catering.
Click here or scroll to the bottom of the page to RSVP for dinner.

Saturday, February 23 beginning at 9:00 am

Shabbat Morning Service
Shabbat of Inclusion Guest Speaker Mirit Bershad Shapiro
“The Intersection of Judaism, Disability, and Language — Embracing a Life Filled with Endless Questions and Endless Communities.”

10:30 am: Junior Congregation for Grades 3-8 & Tot Shabbat services 

Kiddush Luncheon to follow
prepared by Congregation B’nai Israel Sisterhood

Installation Ceremony & Concert

 Sunday, February 24 beginning at 3:00 pm

Congregation B'nai Israel celebrates the Installation of Rabbi Philip Weintraub. 

Honored guests include Rabbi Eve Eichenholtz, Beth Israel Synagogue of Fayetteville, North Carolina and Jo-Anne Tucker-Zemlak, USCJ.

A supervised youth activity will be provided during our ceremony. RSVP suggested to allow for adequate materials. Click here to RSVP for your family.

Following our installation, celebrate with a concert by Nefesh Mountain.

Curious about  Nefesh Mountain and their unique blend of Jewish identity and Bluegrass sound? Learn more about them from Billboard or take a listen  here

Shabbat Dinner Information

Join us for Shabbat of Inclusion followed by Shabbat Dinner.

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Grow with Congregation B'nai Israel

Contributions made in honor of the Installation of Rabbi Philip Weintraub will be used to dedicate a ‘Root’ on the Etz Chaim - Tree of Life as he becomes rooted in our Congregational Family and the Jewish Community.

To donate, please click here and select "Weintraub Root".

Sun, May 24 2020 1 Sivan 5780