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Shabbat Kedoshim 5779

05/08/2019 02:28:55 PM





634 Alulike St.
Kihei, Maui, HI 96753

Ph: (808) 874-5397

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

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



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.

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

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.


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

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 on our website


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

 Shabbat Kedoshim 5779


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 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


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


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 website...if you need help, send an email to and we will send you a new login link.


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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


Fri, August 14 2020 24 Av 5780