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This week at JCM

05/22/2019 10:43:38 AM

May22

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.

JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operation:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"

Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
               Saul Larner             
Sheri Levin McNertheny
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


JCM has frozen kosher chicken for sale $15 each.

Email us or call 874-5397 to schedule a pick up.


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website


 

Are there errors in this newsletter?
Please let us know at admin@mauijews.org.    We will make corrections as needed. 

 Shabbat Behar 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Thursday, May 23

7:00 am  Men's Minyan  

 

Friday, May 24

Candle Lighting 6:39pm

6:00 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat Service

 

Saturday, May 25
9:30 am  Shabbat Morning Service


Message From the President

by Ellyn Mortimer

It's time for the talk... 

Do you want a synagogue on Maui?

Do you want a full time rabbi? 

Join and donate today. 

If you want a Jewish Congregation on Maui, you need to give and join today. Not next week or month, but today. Before we continue our work on a refreshed JCM, we need to know that it will be supported...if you have a money tree , we'll gladly take that too!

I am optimistic that I am not the only person who wants a synagogue with a full-time rabbi on Maui... now is the time to step forward and show that you want one too. 

  • Join or renew your membership by June 20, and you will receive a $25 certificate to Five Palms or the JCM Judaica store.
  • Make a donation above and beyond your membership, and it will be matched up to $20,000. We have a donor who will match whatever you give... so if we can raise $20,000, we will actually get $40,000!
  • Join the 1800 Club and pledge $18/month

We are working on a warm, welcoming, community-driven, egalitarian, non-affiliated (accepting to all), vibrant, full-time conservative(ish) rabbi, executive admin, services, kosher, parties, holidays, classes, speakers, safe, beautiful, inspiring, loving shul...and it all comes with a hefty price tag. That's just reality.

Our goal is to have an administrator who along with the board and rabbi will set up and maintain a sustainable income model for our synagogue. It will always include each of us making a financial commitment, and we will not always be in the critical financial situation we are in today.  Until we get to that point, we all need to make the decision if we are willing to step up to make sure we have JCM at all. If you don't want JCM, we will stop volunteering 

For me and you, and our children, and visitors...the only egalitarian congregation on Maui...are you in, or we out?

With gratitude and aloha,

Ellyn

p.s.. My membership is up in September, and I renewed today, paid in full.

p.p.s. For those of you wondering about why we don't just ask our major donors... we need to show our major donors that our shul is worth their investment. If we all renew and grow our membership, they will see how dedicated we are in keeping JCM, and they will feel more confident joining us. 


 Lag B'Omer Party

Come BBQ and Celebrate

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

5:00pm

Laniuopoko State Park

Kosher Meat, Hot Dogs, and Buns

Portobello mushrooms, veggie patties, Grilled veggies

 


Words of Wisdom

by Sam Shnider

This week we read Parshat Behar, one of the final readings in Leviticus(25:1-26:2). The portion begins with the description of the Shemittah, or Sabbatical year. The Torah directs us in a particular relationship to the land - and teaches us that we never truly possess it. 

שֵׁ֤שׁ שָׁנִים֙ תִּזְרַ֣ע שָׂדֶ֔ךָ וְשֵׁ֥שׁ שָׁנִ֖ים תִּזְמֹ֣ר כַּרְמֶ֑ךָ וְאָסַפְתָּ֖ אֶת־תְּבוּאָתָֽהּ׃

Six years you may sow your field and six years you may prune your vineyard and gather in the yield.

וּבַשָּׁנָ֣ה הַשְּׁבִיעִ֗ת שַׁבַּ֤ת שַׁבָּתוֹן֙ יִהְיֶ֣ה לָאָ֔רֶץ שַׁבָּ֖ת לַיהוָ֑ה שָֽׂדְךָ֙ לֹ֣א תִזְרָ֔ע וְכַרְמְךָ֖ לֹ֥א תִזְמֹֽר׃

But in the seventh year the land shall have a sabbath of complete rest, a sabbath of the LORD: you shall not sow your field or prune your vineyard. Leviticus 25:3-4.

READ MORE HERE


Elections!

The future of JCM...starts with elections!

Have you read about the new elections?

Have you checked to see if you're a member?

Are you paid in full so you are eligible to vote?

Are you ready to vote on the updated bylaws?

Is the Annual Meeting in your calendar?

You must be logged in as a member to see this information. The login is at the top of the mauijews.org website...if you need help, send an email to admin@mauijews.org, and we will send you a new login link.



Congratulations to Dorothy Tolliver        who was named the "2019 Outstanding Older American Woman for Maui County" by the Office of the Mayor, the Maui County Office on Aging, the Aging and Disability Resource Center, and the Department of Housing and Human Concerns.


PLAY MAJH???

We are looking for players for a regular game and for occasional pick- up games. We want to create a list of those who play- no commitment needed.

send us an email and let us know you want to join

 



YAHRZEITS

Image result for yahrzeit

 

May 24 -- May 30
Bernard Parnes
Taube Bauman Lipszyc
Gale Weschler
Mary Suzanne Becker
Aaron Tick
Max Kroog
Frank Kersh
Max Brandes
Bess Browde
David A. Green
Edward Brashem
Lily Meyer
Shepard Litt

 

May 31--June 6
Morris Horwitz
Milton Wurzweiler
Max Tolin
Dorothy Herman
Miriam Eisman
Minnie Silverstein Silver
Dr. Leo Madow
Miriam Eisman
Caroline Wurzweiler
Max Tolin
Irving Peltz
Karl Volkert
Mark Borison
Mary Savitt
Dr. Milton Yolles
Mark Borison
Edith Winograd
Samuel Kirey
Harlan Saeks
Hannah Isaac
Lillian Judd
Ethel Heller

 

 

  

Shabbat Emor 5779

05/14/2019 07:57:21 PM

May14

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.

JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operation:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"

Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
               Saul Larner             
Sheri Levin McNertheny
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


JCM has frozen kosher chicken for sale $15 each.

Email us or call 874-5397 to schedule a pick up.


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website


 

Are there errors in this newsletter?
Please let us know at admin@mauijews.org.    We will make corrections as needed. 

 Shabbat Emor 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Wednesday, May 15

6:30 pm  Jewish Lifecycles Class; Lag B'omer

with Sam Shnider

 

Thursday, May 16 

7:00 am  Men's Minyan  

 

Friday, May 17 

Candle Lighting 6:39pm

6:30 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat Service

 

Saturday, May 18
9:30 am  Shabbat Morning Service


 

Come BBQ and Celebrate

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

5pm

Lahaina

More details will be sent in a separate flyer...save the date!

 


Words of Wisdom

by Sam Shnider

This week we read Parshat Emor (Leviticus 21:1-24:23). This section continues some of the themes from the previous portion, Kedoshim (18:1-24:22) which begins with the verse “you shall be holy,” giving the people of Israel the potential for sanctity and holiness in their own lives and their relations to others, including the ethical commandment “you shall love your neighbor as yourself,” and the commandments of honoring elders, and remaining in awe of your parents. The key to an understanding of the previous portion is an understanding of the word Kadosh (“sacred” or “sanctified” ) and how our relationship to our own soul and that of others creates the sacred in our lives.

Read more here


Elections!

The future of JCM...starts with elections!

Have you read about the new elections?

Have you checked to see if you're a member?

Are you paid in full so you are eligible to vote?

Are you ready to vote on the updated bylaws?

Is the Annual Meeting in your calendar?

You must be logged in as a member to see this information. The login is at the top of the mauijews.org website...if you need help, send an email to admin@mauijews.org and we will send you a new login link.


PLAY MAJH???

This photo was taken today- while playing majh- at the shul!

We are looking for players for a regular game and for occasional pick- up games. We want to create a list of those who play- no commitment needed.

send us an email and let us know you want to join

 


YAHRZEITS

Image result for yahrzeit

 

May 17 -- May 23

Richard Sato
Mae Stern
Annamae Snyder
Edythe Kaplan Bartlett
David Rosenberg
Emanuel O'Shea Silver, M.D.
Bruce Gerald Levin
Maury Farber
Jacob Pomerantz
Jason Zisken Harmon
Edward Allen Mervis

 

May 24 -- May 30
Bernard Parnes
Taube Bauman Lipszyc
Gale Weschler
Mary Suzanne Becker
Aaron Tick
Max Kroog
Frank Kersh
Max Brandes
Bess Browde
David A. Green
Edward Brashem
Lily Meyer
Shepard Litt

  

Shabbat Kedoshim 5779

05/08/2019 02:28:55 PM

May8

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.

JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operation:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"

Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
               Saul Larner             
Sheri Levin McNertheny
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


JCM has frozen kosher chicken for sale $15 each.

Email us or call 874-5397 to schedule a pick up.


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website


 

Are there errors in this newsletter?
Please let us know at admin@mauijews.org, and we will make corrections as needed. 

 Shabbat Kedoshim 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Wednesday, May 8

5:00 pm Yom HaAztmaut Party in Kula Click here for details

 

Thursday, May 9 

7:00 am  Men's Minyan  

 

Friday, May 10 

Candle Lighting 6:33pm

6:30 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat Service

7:30 pm Shabbat dinner at the shul Click here for details

 

Saturday, May 11
9:30 am  Shabbat Morning Service

 

Sunday, May 12

Happy Mother's Day...  Need a last minute gift?


Message From the President

I feel most connected to my grandfather when I'm at temple. When I was young, I asked him why every Friday night he held his little white prater book while we sang the kiddush over the wine. I mean, we all knew it by heart! He said that our eyes should read the words, that we should commit them to our brains each wek, and that he wanted to read the words that his father had read. This has stuck with me.

The High Holidays are the other time I feel connected to him. Playing with his talllis when I was young, thumb wars during those long services, candies from his tallis bag... and then when I left home and didn't have him next to me anymore, I had the words in the siddur, the words he read just hours before at shul in Minnesota to keep me feeling close to him and my family. We were Jews together no matter where in the world we lived. We were connected in our prayer, in our Jewish intention, and in the words we read, even when we knew them by heart.

My grandfather passed away just 4 years ago at 99 years old, and now I have his little white prayer book, and I read the kiddush every Friday night, even though I know it by heart. This is part of my connection to Papa. 

I also think of him when I eat apple pie or buy a box of Sees candy nuts and chews or a million other things...but my connection to him, when I really feel him, is strongest when I'm reading the prayers. 

This is why I need this shul... and I will do everything I can to keep this congregation and this building for me, for you, for my children, for your grandchildren, for our Jewish community. 

The responsibility to keep Beit Shalom is up to all of us...

With much aloha,

Ellyn

P.S...call your mom. And if you can't, tell another mom in your life that she is doing a wonderful job. Your mom would be proud.


Yom HaAtzmaut; Israel Independence Day!

Wednesday, May 8

5:00-10:00

2460 Omaopio Rd., Kula

A fun party with music, falafel, fun... 

 The national day of Israel, commemorating the Israeli Declaration of Independence in 1948. Join the celebration!

Register here 

Tickets can also be purchased at the door


Shabbat Dinner at Beit Shalom 

May 10, 2019

7:30 pm following services

Reservations Required

$36 adult $18 child

Register Here


Elections!

The future of JCM...starts with elections!

Have you read about the new elections?

Have you checked to see if you're a member?

Are you paid in full so you are eligible to vote?

Are you ready to vote on the updated bylaws?

Is the Annual Meeting in your calendar?

You must be logged in as a member to see this information. The login is at the top of the mauijews.org website...if you need help, send an email to admin@mauijews.org and we will send you a new login link.


YAHRZEITS

Image result for yahrzeit

 

May 10 -- May 16
Jacob Tenny
Phyllis Ellman
Sheila Needham
Ruth W. Gordon
Gussie Pearl Freund
Sheila Needham
George Bush
Millicent Tatiner
Sarah Silvia Adler
Eliyahu Ovadiah Amram
Sherwood B. Fein
Richard Sexton
Izzy Gordon

 

May 17 -- May 23

Richard Sato
Mae Stern
Annamae Snyder
Edythe Kaplan Bartlett
David Rosenberg
Emanuel O'Shea Silver, M.D.
Bruce Gerald Levin
Maury Farber
Jacob Pomerantz
Jason Zisken Harmon
Edward Allen Mervis

  

Shabbat Acharei Mot 5779

04/30/2019 09:32:23 PM

Apr30

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.

JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operations:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"

Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
               Saul Larner             
Sheri Levin McNertheny
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


JCM has frozen kosher chicken for sale $15 each.

Email us or call 874-5397 to schedule a pick up.


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website


 

Are there errors in this newsletter?
Please let us know at admin@mauijews.org, and we will make corrections as needed. 

 Shabbat Acharei Mot 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Candle Lighting 6:33pm

Wednesday, May 1

6:30 pm Yom Hashoah Click for details

Thursday, May 2

7:00 am  Men's Minyan  

Friday, May 3  

6:30 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat Service

 

Saturday, May 4
9:30 am  Shabbat Morning Service led by Shayna Naveh  Click here if you'd like an aliyah or want to read torah this week!

 

Sunday, May 5

12:00pm Meet The Candidates for the 2019 election

1:30pm Board Meeting 


Words of Wisdom

This week we read Parshat Acharei Mot, Leviticus 16:1 to 18:30. The Parshah opens with a description of the service of the high priest in purifying the sanctuary and atoning for the people of Israel on the holiest of days - The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur).

The preface to the description of this sacred service does not designate it at all as connected with a holiday or particular time of year. Rather it is connected to the death of Aaron’s two sons (see Leviticus 10) - two young men at the peak of their lives, who were struck down for unclear reasons at the moment of the dedication of the temple. 

Read More Here


Mahalo to Sam and Shayna for putting together a Memorial service in memory of Lori Gilbert who was killed in Poway, California on Saturday morning and in memory of those who were killed in Pittsburgh sox months ago. 

May there memories always be for a blessing.

 


Message From the President

Happy Tuesday...Today I am thinking about Rabbi Glickman. Today is his last day as official Rabbi of Beit Shalom and the Jewish Congregation of Maui, it is truly the end of an era at Beit Shalom. I moved to Maui in 1994 and sat under a pergola in Kihei while lay-leaders led services, and it was lovely. My grandfather would have demanded a swift return to MN if he knew I wasn't in a shul with a proper ark and a Rabbi, so I didn't tell him. And then Rabbi Glickman saved the day. With so much dedication, he chose to become our leader and look how far he brought us. He did not do it alone, but he was our leader. 

I can only reflect on what David  has meant to me and my family...He tutored my oldest son for his Bar Mitzvah, even though it wasn't held on Maui and he didn't get to be part of the celebration. He helped me truly understand the meaning and significance of what a bat/bar mitzvah really meant.  He held my daughter in our home and blessed her at her baby naming ceremony. Rabbi's children and mine went to Hebrew and Sunday School together and later formed a teen group that met upcountry. Rabbi Glickman called when I was getting divorced to see if I was okay and needed help. He was my rabbi, and he was my children's rabbi. His services were my connection to my grandparents and family who lived far away. Did I agree with everything? no... and that's ok, I don't have to agree with everything, and that does not take away the gifts he has given me as my rabbi. He was my rabbi, and no matter who comes as our next leader, Rabbi Glickman holds a place in Jewish life on Maui and in my heart forever.

In recent months others have also shared with me their stories of what Rabbi Glickman has meant to them. I am so glad that he has been so loved and revered in our community, and I hope that he will continue to be part of our Jewish life on Maui.

Thank you Rabbi for the Jewish community and congregation you helped create and nurture on Maui. I am grateful for you.

With love and aloha,

Ellyn

p.s. I wish Rabbi Glickman good health as he recovers from his recent surgery, and I am sure you all will join me in adding him to your good thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery.

 


Yom HaZikaron

Israel's Memorial Day Eve

Tuesday, May 7

5:30-7:30

Click here to register

To celebrate Yom Hazikaron, a special opportunity to meet renowned expert on Israel and Arab culture, Mordechai Kedar.  Dr. Kedar's lectures present a reasoned analysis of the Middle East, Israel’s existence within the Middle Eastern environment, the struggle over Jerusalem, and Anti-Semitism in the Islamic world and Iran. This is Mordechai Kedar's only Hawaii appearance on his current US speaking tour.  


Thank you to all who attended the lecture and discussion

with Michael Harris!

Dr. Michael Harris was one of the founders of San Francisco Voice for Israel, which is now the Bay Area chapter of StandWithUs, an international Israel education organization based in Los Angeles. He has spoken about Israel at synagogues, churches, political groups and senior citizen centers, as well as standing up for Israel against anti-Israel demonstrators on the streets of the Bay Area. He has appeared on radio and television news reports as a local spokesperson for StandWithUs and SF Voice for Israel. In his spare time, he is a pediatrician in Marin County California. The second edition of his book, ‘Winning a Debate with an Israel Hater’, was published in November 2018.


Shabbat Dinner at Beit Shalom 

May 10, 2019

7:30 pm following services

$36 adult $18 child

Register Here


Elections!

The future of JCM...starts with elections!

Have you read about the new elections?

Who are you nominating?

Have you checked to see if you're a member?

Are you paid in full so you are eligible to vote?

Is the Annual Meeting in your calendar?


Jews around town

Fun night of sisterhood as these familiar faces all had a great time together watching Soul Kitchen perform.

 


YAHRZEITS

Image result for yahrzeit

 

May 3-- May 9

Minna Bromberg
Pauline Weisfeld
Jeffrey Robert Cherner
Saul Leavitt
Max Jedlicki
Carl Weiss
Mae Pitkoff
Sylvia Kogel
Harry Poller
Mike Guinan
Irene Higer Jacobs
Louis Harry Silver
Mike Guinan
Jay Martin Cohen
Mariln Kaufman

 

May 10 -- May 16
Jacob Tenny
Phyllis Ellman
Sheila Needham
Ruth W. Gordon
Gussie Pearl Freund
Sheila Needham
George Bush
Millicent Tatiner
Sarah Silvia Adler
Eliyahu Ovadiah Amram
Sherwood B. Fein
Richard Sexton
Izzy Gordon

  

Shabbat Pesach 5779

04/23/2019 10:34:23 PM

Apr23

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.

JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operations:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"

Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
               Saul Larner             
Sheri Levin McNertheny
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


JCM has frozen kosher chicken for sale $15 each.

Email us or call 874-5397 to schedule a pick up.


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website


 

Are there errors in this newsletter?
Please let us know at admin@mauijews.org, and we will make corrections as needed. 

 Shabbat Pesach 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Candle Lighting 6:26pm

Wednesday, April 24

Sam Shnider's class is canceled this week.

Thursday, April 25

                           7:00 am  Men's Minyan  

                          6:30 pm  Seventh Day of Passover Service

Friday, April 26

        9:30 am  Passover morning service: The Splitting of the Sea. Exodus 13:17 - 15:26

          6:30 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat Service
 

Saturday, April 27
                            9:30 am  Shabbat Morning Service

                                 12:00 pm Yizkor

 


Welcome to our Interim Spiritual Director...

Sam Shnider!

The JCM Board of Directors is thrilled to announce that Sam Shnider will officially be our interim spiritual leader while we conduct a search for our next Rabbi. Sam has been volunteering his time to lead services and lifecycle events and conduct classes over the past seven months, and we appreciate his commitment to our shul. He has become well known for his scholarship on the Torah and his moving sermons and commentary each week. Stop in for a Shabbat service or a Wednesday night class and say shaloha!

We look forward to having this stability in our synagogue while we search for a permanent Rabbi. 


Words of Wisdom

The seventh day of Passover (Shvi'i shel Pesach) is celebrated on Friday and Saturday, with Yizkor at the conclusion of services on Saturday.

The final days of the Passover holiday celebrate the completion of the festival of unleavened bread, (matzot), also known as Hag HaAviv (the festival of spring), see Leviticus 23:10-11:

Read More Here


Message From the President

Happy Tuesday,

The Beit Shalom community seder was magnificent. The shul smelled like matzoh balls and potato kugel all week thanks to the hard work of volunteers Gail and Joelle.  I also found a new tradition of whipping our neighbor with green onions while we sing Dayenu (don't knock it til you try it).  This was my first community seder, and the mix of local residents and Maui visitors was inspiring and a reminder of what being Jewish is all about...community. No matter where we are or where we go, we have a Jewish community. I was so proud to hear from our global guests how happy there were to be at our seder, how they felt welcome, and how much they love out little shul. When JCM does something right, we really do it right. 

Join us on Sunday for a discussion with Michael Harris (his bio is below) on how to talk to our friends and  greater community about Israel. 

With Aloha,

Ellyn Mortimer

 


Guest Speaker: Author Michael Harris

"Israel: Cutting Through the Rhetoric"

Sunday, April 28, 2019

4:00pm-6:00pm

*FREE* 

Beit Shalom- open to the public

To pre-purchase his book, send $15 to his paypal account: drmikeh49@gmail.com so he knows how many to bring.

Add a note on your order that you'll see him on Maui!

So much of what we hear about Israel, whether on the news or from social media, is confusing and contradictory. But you can learn--from an activist, author, and educator-- how to better interpret what you're reading, and place it in appropriate context.
 

Dr. Michael Harris was one of the founders of San Francisco Voice for Israel, which is now the Bay Area chapter of StandWithUs, an international Israel education organization based in Los Angeles. He has spoken about Israel at synagogues, churches, political groups and senior citizen centers, as well as standing up for Israel against anti-Israel demonstrators on the streets of the Bay Area. He has appeared on radio and television news reports as a local spokesperson for StandWithUs and SF Voice for Israel. In his spare time, he is a pediatrician in Marin County California. The second edition of his book, ‘Winning a Debate with an Israel Hater’, was published in November 2018.


Elections!

The future of JCM...starts with elections!

Have you read about the new elections?

Who are you nominating?

Have you checked to see if you're a member?

Are you paid in full so you are eligible to vote?

Is the Annual Meeting in your calendar?


YAHRZEITS

Image result for yahrzeit

 

April 26-- May 2

Brenda Caplan

Peisech Mendzigursky
Stanley N. Wiener
Frank C. Haddad
Edgar"Ted" Cary
Mildred Mades Levin
Benjamin Barbarosh
Annie Climan
Walter Ray Williams, Sr.
Ann Campbell

Cyril Treister

May 3-- May 9

Minna Bromberg
Pauline Weisfeld
Jeffrey Robert Cherner
Saul Leavitt
Max Jedlicki
Carl Weiss
Mae Pitkoff
Sylvia Kogel
Harry Poller
Mike Guinan
Irene Higer Jacobs
Louis Harry Silver
Mike Guinan
Jay Martin Cohen
Mariln Kaufman

  

Shabbat Pesach 5779

04/16/2019 10:32:22 PM

Apr16

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA
Thank you to Sam Shnider for volunteering to lead  and ensure that we have services each Shabbat.

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.


JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operations:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"

Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
               Saul Larner             
Sheri Levin McNertheny
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


JCM has kosher chicken for sale $15 each.

Email us or call 874-5397 to schedule a pick up.


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website


 

Are there errors in this newsletter?
Please let us know at admin@mauijews.org, and we will make corrections as needed. 

 Shabbat Pesach 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Candle Lighting 6:26pm

Thursday April 18
7:00am 

Men's Minyan  

All services this weekend led by Sam Shnider

Friday, April 19

6:00pm 

Kabbalat Shabbat Services
6:30pm

Community Passover Seder Click here for reservations
 

Saturday, April 20
 9:30am 

Shabbat Morning Services

7:00pm

Member Seder Click here for reservations

Sunday, April 21

9:30am

Passover Services 


ANNUAL COMMUNITY SEDER

Friday, April 19 @ 6pm

Limited seating still available...

make your reservations here today!

We will offer vegetarian soup, vegetarian potato kugel, and roasted vegetables.

Can you volunteer to help set up and clean up on Friday the 19th? Please email us and let us know you can help. 


Annual Member Seder

Saturday, April 20 @ 7pm

An intimate evening to celebrate Pesach inside our shul.

Click here to make your reservation today

Please call or email if you have any problem making reservations.

You must be logged into your member account to make the reservation. You could take a moment to make sure your information is updated as well!


Words of Wisdom

This week is the week of Passover, which begins on Friday night, and continues for seven full days, until next weekend (yizkor will be on Saturday the 27th).

The night of the Seder has been a night observed in every generation of the Jewish people, in communities across the world, each with its own customs...

Read More Here


Message From the President

A few thank yous this week... 

I want to thank Bob & Marla Weiner for donating the funds to upgrade our security system. We now have more motion sensors, window and door sensors, and cameras (don't worry, we're still Shomer Shabbos). We can control the alarm system remotely which will allow us to retain more control over the access to the shul. We also needed to upgrade our internet to run this new system, and that was also part of the security upgrade donation. Bob & Marla, we needed your help to make this happen, and we appreciate your care for our safety. 

I also want to thank Judith for taking the office phones. We are all volunteers at the moment, so having Judith take the phone calls so I can get the office work done and the bills paid is quite a gift. When you call the shul, and Judith answers, thank her for incredible service to Beit Shalom. She is an amazing ambassador for our shul, and we are so lucky to have her.

Whatever you are doing this weekend to celebrate Pesach, I wish you and your family a wonderful holiday...if you'll be at Beit Shalom, I'll see you there. There are still seats available, join us! My family and I look forward to celebrating with our Maui community and visitors alike. 

With Aloha,
Ellyn Mortimer

 


MOON LANDING PARTY...

What a fun night!

Toda and Mahalo Shayna Naveh 

for creating, planning, and executing the marvelous Moon Landing Party! The  actual lunar landing didn't go as planned, but that did not stop the celebration at Bet Shalom. With wonderful music, snacks, and lively conversation, we still had a glorious time. 

Shayna had an idea to this first non-religious, community event, and it was a success... thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered, and supported this wonderful evening. And thank you to Shayna.


SAVE THE DATE!!!

Guest Speaker: Author Michael Harris

"Israel: Cutting Through the Rhetoric"

Sunday, April 28, 2019

4:00pm-6:00pm

*FREE* 

Beit Shalom- open to the public

To pre-purchase his book, send $15 to his paypal account: drmikeh49@gmail.com so he knows how many to bring.

Add a note on your order that you'll see him on Maui!

So much of what we hear about Israel, whether on the news or from social media, is confusing and contradictory. But you can learn--from an activist, author, and educator-- how to better interpret what you're reading, and place it in appropriate context.
 

Dr. Michael Harris was one of the founders of San Francisco Voice for Israel, which is now the Bay Area chapter of StandWithUs, an international Israel education organization based in Los Angeles. He has spoken about Israel at synagogues, churches, political groups and senior citizen centers, as well as standing up for Israel against anti-Israel demonstrators on the streets of the Bay Area. He has appeared on radio and television news reports as a local spokesperson for StandWithUs and SF Voice for Israel. In his spare time, he is a pediatrician in Marin County California. The second edition of his book, ‘Winning a Debate with an Israel Hater’, was published in November 2018.


YAHRZEITS

Image result for yahrzeit

 

April 19-- April 25
 
Mollye Goldberg
Ruth Tavera
Bernard Satenstein
Edith Wollen
Dora Hirschhorn
Bernard Satenstein
Oren (Akiva) Wikle
Betty Menevitch
Freda P. Leiter
Abe Thal
Sheralyn Rugman Morton
Rachel Robbins
Manuel Hatch
Esther Balfour
Bernard Banks
Mollie Sigel
Donna Pokorny Schwartzer
Stuart Paul Farber
Florence Rudman
Gus Hermes
Phillip Kirkley

 

April 26-- May 2

Brenda Caplan

Peisech Mendzigursky
Stanley N. Wiener
Frank C. Haddad
Edgar"Ted" Cary
Mildred Mades Levin
Benjamin Barbarosh
Annie Climan
Walter Ray Williams, Sr.
Ann Campbell
Cyril Treister

  

Shabbat Metzora 5779

04/09/2019 07:46:21 PM

Apr9

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA
Thank you to Sam Shnider for volunteering to lead  and ensure that we have services each Shabbat.

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.


JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operations:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"

Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
               Saul Larner             
Sheri Levin McNertheny
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website

Jewish Cycle of the Year

 

 

Are there errors in this newsletter?
Please let us know at admin@mauijews.org, and we will make corrections as needed. 

 Shabbat Metzora 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Candle Lighting 6:26pm

Thursday April 11
7:00am 

Men's Minyan  

Friday, April 12
5:30pm

Family Service led by Josh Kalkstein & Cynthia Lebowitz

6:30pm 

Kabbalat Shabbat led by Sam Shnider 

Saturday, April 13
 9:30am 

Shabbat Morning led by Sam Shnider


JCM IS KOSHER FOR PASSOVER

As of Tuesday, April 9, 2019, the JCM kitchen has gone through a strict koshering process and has been converted for cooking meat in the kitchen for Passover. The kitchen doors will be locked, and there is no access. We have a few things upcoming prior to Passover, and our kosher kitchen will be strictly enforced. 

We have a variety of attendees in our shul over these next few weeks, and we are committed to our Kosher for Passover kitchen at this time. 

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter, and we will report back when it has been turned back into a Dairy Kosher kitchen.


From the President

It's time for a new election...Click here for election information. Please note we are voting on new bylaws on this upcoming ballot.

It has been so rewarding to be part of this renewal at JCM. We are bursting with classes, parties, holiday celebrations, and lots of festivities on the calendar. Be part of this exciting time in our JCM story. I have been looking for a community, I have lots of friends, but I wanted a real community. Over the past few months, I have been overwhelmed with the feeling of community with the new friends and connections I've made, and I finally feel like I have a Jewish community here...and I am so grateful. I feel so proud to be part of JCM.

We all need to make the commitment to be part of this community. My husband thinks I'm crazy for taking so much on (and maybe I am), and it's the best thing I've done this year, and I am so glad I said yes.

This congregation belongs to all of us, and it will take all of us working together (even if we disagree) to ensure that we have a congregation and community. It's for us, our children, and our future... together, we can do this!

Run for office, come to our events, donate... we need leaders, participants, and money in order for us to not just exist, but to thrive. I know times of change and transition can be unsettling, and I know we'll get to other side stronger and better for going through all this together. I will see you soon!

Aloha,

Ellyn Mortimer


Words of Wisdom

This week is the week before Passover, and this Shabbat is referred to as “Shabbat Hagadol” (The Great Shabbat). Why is this Shabbat called Shabbat Hagadol? The truth is that no one knows for certain. The naming of this Shabbat is one of those particular Jewish customs that have multiple explanations, and none that is final and authoritative.

 

Read More Here


FAMILY SHABBAT

Friday, April 12

5:30pm

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS


ANNUAL COMMUNITY SEDER

Limited seating still available...

make your reservations here today!

We will offer vegetarian soup, vegetarian potato kugel, and roasted vegetables.

Can you volunteer to help set up and clean up on Friday the 19th? Please email us and let us know you can help. 


MOON LANDING PARTY...

This Thursday night!!!

Who doesn't love a good party. 


Just arrived...

JCM has kosher chicken for sale $15 each.

Email us or call 874-5397 to schedule a pick up.


Guest Speaker: Author Michael Harris

"Israel: Cutting Through the Rhetoric"

Sunday, April 28, 2019

4:00pm-6:00pm

*FREE* 

Beit Shalom- open to the public

To pre-purchase his book, send $15 to his paypal account: drmikeh49@gmail.com so he knows how many to bring.

Add a note on your order that you'll see him on Maui!

So much of what we hear about Israel, whether on the news or from social media, is confusing and contradictory. But you can learn--from an activist, author, and educator-- how to better interpret what you're reading, and place it in appropriate context.
 

Dr. Michael Harris was one of the founders of San Francisco Voice for Israel, which is now the Bay Area chapter of StandWithUs, an international Israel education organization based in Los Angeles. He has spoken about Israel at synagogues, churches, political groups and senior citizen centers, as well as standing up for Israel against anti-Israel demonstrators on the streets of the Bay Area. He has appeared on radio and television news reports as a local spokesperson for StandWithUs and SF Voice for Israel. In his spare time, he is a pediatrician in Marin County California. The second edition of his book, ‘Winning a Debate with an Israel Hater’, was published in November 2018.


YAHRZEITS

Image result for yahrzeit

 

 
April 12-- April 18
 
Helen Weil
Philip Solomon
Harry Survetnick
Adolph Mehl
Rose Greenstein
Aranka Mehl
Heather R. Saxe
Solomon Zenati
Ruth Green
Philip O. Shultz
Myrle Monson
Boris Smilove
Sherwood Berman
Alexander Estrella
 
 
April 19-- April 25
 
Mollye Goldberg
Ruth Tavera
Bernard Satenstein
Edith Wollen
Dora Hirschhorn
Bernard Satenstein
Oren (Akiva) Wikle
Betty Menevitch
Freda P. Leiter
Abe Thal
Sheralyn Rugman Morton
Rachel Robbins
Manuel Hatch
Esther Balfour
Bernard Banks
Mollie Sigel
Donna Pokorny Schwartzer
Stuart Paul Farber
Florence Rudman
Gus Hermes
Phillip Kirkley

 

 
 

  

Shabbat Tazria 5779

04/03/2019 12:24:56 PM

Apr3

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Fax: (808) 874-8088
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA
Thank you to Sam Shnider for volunteering to lead  and ensure that we have services each Shabbat. 

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.


JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operations:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"


Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
Saul Larner

Sheri Levin McNertheny
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Thank you to the Kiddush committee for last week's Oneg sponsorship. We appreciate you.

Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


 


 

 Shabbat Tazria 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Candle Lighting 6:26pm

Thursday April 4
7:00am 

Men's Minyan  

Friday, April 5
5:30pm

Family Service led by Josh Kalkstein & Cynthia Liebowitz

6:00pm 

Kabbalat Shabbat led by Sam Shnider 

Saturday, April 6
 9:30am 

Shabbat Morning led by Sam Shinder


From the President

Are you inspired? I feel inspired every day; I am in awe of all the amazing things happening around the shul. Since I've been volunteering in the office the past 6 weeks, I have been talking to, emailing with, and meeting new people. It's wonderful. Some are people who have been around forever and are just checking in...some are traveling here soon and want a hotel recommendation...some are looking a year in the future to celebrate a wedding or Bat Mitzvah with us...s ome are informing me of a yahrzeit that tearfully needs to be added. And JCM is here for all of you. We are here, we are active, we are responsive, we are busy, we are inspired...and we are here. Yes, I am inspired. Come to our events, and you'll feel it too. 

With much aloha,

Ellyn Mortimer

JCM Board President


Words of Wisdom

This week we have a special trifold occasion of Rosh Hodesh, the newmoon, the new year in biblical counting (which begins in the spring
month of Nissan), and the imminent approach of Passover, which we all prepare for in our own ways.

Read more here...


ANNUAL COMMUNITY SEDER

 

We will offer vegetarian soup and vegetarian potato kugel along with vegan carrots and roasted vegetables.

Can you volunteer to help set up and clean up on Friday the 19th? Please email us and let us know you can help. 


MOON LANDING PARTY!!!

Who doesn't love a good party. 


FAMILY SHABBAT

Friday, April 13

5:30pm

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS


Guest Speaker: Author Michael Harris

"Israel: Cutting Through the Rhetoric"

Sunday, April 28, 2019

4:00pm-6:00pm

Free 

Beit Shalom- open to the public

To pre-purchase his book, send $15 to his paypal account: drmikeh49@gmail.com so he knows how many to bring.

Add a note on your order that you'll see him on Maui!

So much of what we hear about Israel, whether on the news or from social media, is confusing and contradictory. But you can learn--from an activist, author, and educator-- how to better interpret what you're reading, and place it in appropriate context.
 
 

Dr. Michael Harris was one of the founders of San Francisco Voice for Israel, which is now the Bay Area chapter of StandWithUs, an international Israel education organization based in Los Angeles. He has spoken about Israel at synagogues, churches, political groups and senior citizen centers, as well as standing up for Israel against anti-Israel demonstrators on the streets of the Bay Area. He has appeared on radio and television news reports as a local spokesperson for StandWithUs and SF Voice for Israel. In his spare time, he is a pediatrician in Marin County California. The second edition of his book, ‘Winning a Debate with an Israel Hater’, was published in November 2018.


Jews Out & About

JCM members Sarah Shaines and Marge Bonar were happy to find each other at the 7th Annual Book Trust Extravaganza where Homer's Odyssey came to life at the Four Seasons on March 23. They helped raise $200,000 for our island's keiki. 


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website

Jewish Cycle of the Year 

 

YAHRZEITS

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March 5- April 11

Helen Weil
Philip Solomon
Harry Survetnick
Adolph Mehl
Rose Greenstein
Aranka Mehl
Heather R. Saxe
Solomon Zenati
Ruth Green
Philip O. Shultz
Myrle Monson
Boris Smilove
Sherwood Berman
Alexander Estrella

 

  

Shabbat Shemini 5779

03/26/2019 10:05:21 PM

Mar26

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Fax: (808) 874-8088
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation*:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

*Please call first if you are going to stop by. 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA
Thank you to Sam Shnider for volunteering to lead  and ensure that we have services each Shabbat. 

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.


JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operations:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"


Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
Scott King
Saul Larner
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Thank you to the Kiddush committee for last week's Oneg sponsorship. We appreciate you.

Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Follow us on Facebook HERE

We have an all-new page!


 

 Shabbat Shemini 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Candle Lighting 6:26pm

Thursday March 28
7:00am 

Men's Minyan  

Friday, March 29
6:00pm 

Kabbalat Shabbat led by Sam Shnider 

Saturday, March 30
 9:30am 

Shabbat Morning led by Sam Shinder


From the President

ANNUAL MEETING

Sunday, June 23, 2019

11:00am

Beit Shalom

Yes, we are gearing up for another election!

Details wil be coming in the next week about the nomination process, how to vote, and absentee ballots. Also save the date on May 5 for a Meet the Candidates Town Hall meeting at Beit Shalom. Start thinking about if you would like to join the board or if you know some one who would be a great candidate. A separate email for just election items will be coming.

I had a wonderful Spring break to Disneyland with my family, and I am back and working in the office as often as I can. The office will not staffed every day, however, the phones will be answered. If you leave a message, it will get retrieved quickly.

We have lots of good things coming up...check out the parties and holidays and speakers and festivals and classes. We are proud of our accomplishments in the past few months-celebrating and honoring our past while looking to the future of JCM. 

*Just added... we have a great speaker/author coming to Beit Shalom on April 28. Watch for this big announcement in the next newsletter and on our JCM Facebook page. 

With much aloha,

Ellyn Mortimer

JCM Board President


Words of Wisdom

Come hear his words of wisdom in person this Saturday... I will post them to the JCM website blog and Facebook, but really, nothing beats hearing them live. See you Saturday.


ANNUAL COMMUNITY SEDER

 A link will be coming soon to purchase tickets to our community seder on April 19th. We have many visitors who are looking forward to celebrating with us, and we will look forward to welcoming them.


MOON LANDING PARTY!!!


FAMILY SHABBAT

Friday, April 13

5:30pm

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS


Chevra Kadisha

If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),  please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website

Jewish Cycle of the Year resumes March 27

 

YAHRZEITS

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March 29- April 4

Gustavo Kogel

Evelyn Thomas

Judith Rubin

Mildren Cutter

Louis Cohen

Harry Green

Jerome Kravitt

Harry Green

Helen J. Weil

 

  

Shabbat Tsav 5779

03/19/2019 03:17:55 PM

Mar19

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Fax: (808) 874-8088
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA
Thank you to Sam Shnider for volunteering to lead  and ensure that we have services each Shabbat. 

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.


JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operations:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"


Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
Scott King
Saul Larner
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Thank you to the Kiddush committee for last week's Oneg sponsorship. We appreciate you.

Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Follow us on Facebook HERE

We have an all-new page!


 

 Shabbat Tzav 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Candle Lighting 6:24pm

Friday, March 22
6:00pm    led by Sam Shnider 

Saturday, March 23
 9:30am     led by Sam Shinder


From the President

Happy Tuesday. Thank you for sticking with this long post; I have much to share.

I know there is much happening in our little shul, and I want to keep everyone aware about what is happening. The board is thinking that we are doing a good job of getting information to the community, and clearly, we are not. If there is anything that you ever want to know, just ask. I’m sure if you have the question, so does someone else. Once you ask, I can address it personally, and consider putting it in the newsletter if it seems like something others would want to know as well. We have no secrets, we volunteer on behalf of the congregation, and we can tell you just about anything you want to know.

We are getting to the end of Rabbi Glickman’s contract, and there have been questions about his status. I am not in favor of discussing an employee’s medical situation and contract/mediation negotiations…the chatter in the shul and on social media has been ugly and mean-spirited, so I want to set a few things straight. Rabbi announced at the High Holidays in 2018 that it would be his last High Holidays as Rabbi. He had surgery in the beginning of October 2018, and he was out on a sort of medical leave while still getting paid full salary and benefits. In December, he was put on full medical leave while still getting paid his full salary and benefits. A volunteer committee was formed to work with the admin assistant to make sure his admin duties were taken care of while Sam Shnider and other volunteers stepped in to take care of spiritual and religious duties. In January, we received letters from his doctors letting us know that he could return to work with stipulations to aid in his ongoing recovery. We were not confidant that he would be able to do his duties with those stipulations. We continued to pay his full salary and benefits. We wrote an addendum in February so that Rabbi could attend to the end of life care and funeral of a beloved congregant. 

The Rabbi is continuing to be paid his full salary and benefits until the end of his contract April 30. We are currently in mediation with Rabbi Glickman over other issues relating to his contract that we both agree can be disclosed in more detail once we have a signed agreement. 

We are getting to the end of an era. Rabbi Glickman has been a tremendous asset to our community, and he has led us to this amazing time in our story. He has been our leader, our confidante, our friend, our rabbi, our moral compass, our spiritual guide, our teacher, and most of all, he has been our Rabbi. We need to acknowledge that there is an ending happening in our community. Not everyone will be happy about this ending, and not everything will go perfectly during this transition. We have been in a time of transition for many months, and it is going to continue. We all have the opportunity to decide how we want to deal with this transition and the upcoming changes. We hope you will stay with us and help us in this exciting and uncertain time. If you are having a hard time accepting the ending of this chapter, I understand, and I want you to stay with us. 

The board is working with a consultant from CLAL on the East Coast at no charge (for now anyway) on how to proceed forward. We will be working with Elan on conducting some interviews with members of our community to find out what our community wants and what we can provide. This is all a process, and successful change doesn’t happen overnight. Once we work through this time of transition, we will have a new beginning. 

Not everything will be different though. We will still be a JCM where all are welcome and prayer is open to everyone who wants to participate. We will be a fully kosher and Shomer Shabbos facility. We will hold community seders and holiday celebrations. We will remain unaffiliated so that all our needs will be met. 

Please know that the board will share whatever you want to know. If we don’t know the answer, we’ll find it for you. We have nothing to hide, we want to be transparent, and we don’t know how we’re doing unless we hear from you. 

I look forward to working together in this transition and celebrating our new beginning.

With much aloha,

Ellyn Mortimer

JCM Board President


Words of Wisdom

Purim is one of the happiest days in the Jewish calendar:

For the Jews it was a time of happiness and joy, gladness and honor. In every province and every city, wherever the king's edict and decree reached, there was joy and gladness among the Jews, with feasting and celebrating...

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CELEBRATE PURIM ON MAUI

Wed, March 20 Purim Party Beit Shalom

Kid's costume party 4:30pm-6:30pm with Magician and Mishoach Manot

Adult Megillah reading with improv by Helen Kritzler and Marc Levine starts at 7:00pm

Fresh authentic Israeli Felafel 4:30pm-7:00pm 

 

 

Thurs, March 21: Purim Party Kula


Monday March 25: Lecture at Beit Shalom by visiting scholar Holly Blue Hawkins


If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Holy Society),   please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website

 No Jewish Cycle of the Year (Sam's class) this week

Jewish Cycle of the Year resumes March 27

 

YAHRZEITS

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March 22- March 28

Allan Fairbarg

Vilma Lili Burger

Tillie Weiner

Louise Pells

Lillian Farber

Beverly Cohen

Jerry Michael Lewis

Eva Zollotuchen

Lila Lewis

Lloyd Epstein

Ruth Thal

 

  

Shabbat Vayikra 5779 (revised for blog)

03/13/2019 09:46:36 AM

Mar13

 

       

      

634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753


Ph: (808) 874-5397
Fax: (808) 874-8088
Email: admin@mauijews.org

Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri 10am to 2pm

VISIT OUR WEBSITE


 MAHALO NUI LOA
Thank you to Sam Shnider for volunteering to lead  and ensure that we have services each Shabbat. 

To all the wonderful people who support our efforts for the community, we thank you. Without continued volunteer work and funding there would be no gathering place for Jewish residents and visitors. We thank those who recognize this and continue to support the JCM.


JUDAICA STORE
Hours of Operations:
Mon. - Fri. 10am - 2pm
Items available for purchase


BOOK DEDICATIONS
Dedicate and honor your loved ones in many ways while supporting the Jewish Community. You can honor a birth, birthday, anniversary, or memorialize a death with a written tribute:
~ In the new Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat & Festivals Tribute $25
~ In the Machzor Lev Shalom Tribute $50
~ In the new JPS Tanach $75

Call the office to make your dedication.
Limited supply of books available.


THE 1800 CLUB   
"Many hands make
light work"


Join The 1800 Club
by subscribing for a
monthly contribution of $18.00 or more; your gift will help us with Beit  Shalom's 
monthly expenses.

Call the office
808-874-5397 or sign up online to join.

CURRENT CLUB MEMBERS

Marie-Laure Ankaoua
Jacquie Bayley
Dr. Eve Berman
Allen Cohen
Jenni Ezekiel
Joanne Foxxe
Rabbi David Glickman
Scott King
Saul Larner
Cecil Morton
Janet Pauli
Jacques Perwin
Rabinowitz Family
Sandra Rogers
Carla Sage
Alan Sandler
Sarah J Shaines
Barbara D. Singer
Vojdani Family
Danna Weissberger

Mahalo for your dedication to sustaining our community

   
 ONEG SPONSORSHIP
Thank you to the Kiddush committee for last week's Oneg sponsorship. We appreciate you.

Consider sponsoring an Oneg  to celebrate an occasion or honor a loved one or in memory of someone.
Please call for more information.

 


Delicious Kosher Meals

Now available by order from Beit Shalom. 

Click Here  for more info, or select Kosher Food from the About menu on the website homepage.


Follow us on Facebook HERE

We have an all-new page!


  YAHRZEITS

Image result for yahrzeit

March 15- March 21

Isadore Gordon
Moses Halparin
Lorraine Sandler
Max Mendlow
Margaret Litt
Gertrude Mlotok
Irma Goldberg
John August
Rose Tolin
Harold Shapiro
John T. Ebbers

 Shabbat Vayikra 5779

WEEKLY SHUL SCHEDULE 

Candle Lighting 6:03pm

Friday, March 8
5:00pm     Family Friday 

Saturday, March 9
 9:30am     led by Sam Shinder


Words of Wisdom

This week we begin Vayikra, the third book of the Torah, the book of Leviticus. Vayikra begins with a call, as Rashi explains:

 

AND HE CALLED UNTO MOSES — This implies that the Voice went on and reached his (Moses’s) ears only but all the other Israelites did not hear it).

 

The call is the moment of beckoning. There is a need for explanation here, because we have completed one book, and begun another. There is a pause, of indeterminate time, between the end of the book of Shemot (Exodus), when the pillar of cloud descends upon the sanctuary, and the revelations of this book, Vayikra(Leviticus). Moses could not enter the sanctuary because of the cloud (Exodus 40:35), so a call must precede his entry.

 

But the call is also the expression of affection, the sweet intimate call of love. It is the call of the Angel to Abraham to prevent the sacrifice of his child, "Abraham, Abraham" (Genesis 22:11), or the call to the sleeping child Samuel in Shiloh, "Samuel, Samuel" - the whispering voice to this young boy who has not yet discovered he is a prophet (I Samuel 3:1-10). It is a voice that is only heard to its intended one.

 

The Voice, however, is also the powerful booming voice: 

 

What does it mean by the Voice? It was the Voice that is so minutely described in Psalms, (29:4, 5) “The voice of the Lord is powerful; the voice of the Lord is full of majesty. The voice of the Lord breaketh the cedars. But if this be so (that it was a very powerful voice), why does Scripture state, “[and the Lord spoke to him] from the appointed tent” (מאהל מועד and does not state באהל מועד)? Because it intends to tell us that the Voice broke off and that it was heard only in the tent).

 

Thus, the voice has a double nature: inside the tent, it is omnipotent, thunderous; outside of the tent, it is not heard to anyone. It drops off. It reaches only Moses alone, as a still silent whisper, to awaken him and call him inwards. Once he enters the tent, it is the Voice of majesty, the Voice of the all powerful one. 

 

Is it only Moses who hears the Voice? The entire people look to Moses; but Moses's wish, his message, to Joshua his most prized student is "Are you jealous for my sake? I wish that all God's people were prophets, and that the God would place his spirit upon them!" (Numbers 11:29). Moses wishes for everyone to hear the Voice. 

 

Because it is so. Some have a moment of experiencing the booming voice of the creator of the World, the Voice that breaketh cedars. But each one of us has a moment of the still small voice, the voice heard only from within, that utters our name to us, and calls to come forth, to act in the service of the most high. May we always be guided by that voice, and seek it out. 


PURIM HAMENTASHEN MADE WITH ALOHA

"Possibly the best I've ever had". Now available for purchase in boxed sets of six assorted hamentashen :  poppy seed, fig, blueberry, strawberry, apricot, and nutella.  Pickup at Beit Shalom.

ORDER HERE


CELEBRATE PURIM ON MAUI

Wed, March 20: Purim Party Beit Shalom

Featuring fresh authentic Israeli Felafel!

Thurs, March 21: Purim Party Kula


Shabbat Luncheon to honor Jenni Ezekiel

Jenni is moving to Oahu.  Join us for a special Shabbat luncheon to honor Jenni for her many years of dedicated service to Beit Shalom.  Saturday March 16 at Beit Shalom, following the Shabbat morning service.  Sponsored by Gail Schell.

RSVP HERE



If you are interested in serving in the Chevra Kadisha (Burial Society),   please sign up HERE


Class schedule...now on our website

*New* Sam's Wed. night class

 

  

Thu, May 23 2019 18 Iyyar 5779