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Shabbat Shemot 5780

01/14/2020 06:55:53 PM



A New Look For Beit Shalom!

As a result of the water damage resulting from the water heater leak, Beit Shalom is getting a much-needed makeover.  We are working with an excellent contractor to do this work. The flooring is being replaced with beautiful and durable vinyl plank.  The walls are being stripped and repainted in a neutral contemporary color scheme that will look gorgeous with our recently dedicated Ner Tamid.  The kitchen is getting new cabinets. All contents are being removed from the building and put into a temporary storage unit in the back during construction.  Contents will be sorted and cleaned before being brought back into the building.

The building is currently a busy construction zone.  We ask that you do not stop by to visit until construction is complete.  It is simply not safe to casually be inside the building during this time.  Work will hopefully be complete within two weeks.  

We had enthusiatic, uplifting and well attended Shabbat services last week led by Rabbi Ryan at the Four Seasons.  Toda raba, mahalo nui loa, many thanks to Marc Bromley, General Manager at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea and a member of JCM, who generously stepped forward to arrange a conference room at the Four Seasons to hold Shabbat services.

We will be at the Four Seasons again this coming Shabbat.  Please join us at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea Friday evening at 6:00pm for a family-friendly Kabalat Shabbat. Shabbat morning services start at 9:30, with Barchu at 10:00, and Torah Service at approximately 10:20. Services will be followed by a Kiddush and Torah study.


Weekly Shul Schedule:

Tuesday January 14

6:30pm: Class: Ethics with Sam Shnider.  

Via Zoom, using the following link:

Wednesday, January 15

5:30pm - 7:30pm: Open House at the home of Ellyn Mortimer, 40 Kapalulu Place, Kula.

We'll have light snacks and a chance for you to meet and talk with Rabbi Ryan Newfield.  If you have not yet had a chance to meet Rabbi Ryan, who is a candidate to be our next Rabbi, please come join us for this opportunity to shmooze and nosh.


Thursday, January 16

6:30pm - 7:00pm: Online Torah 101 for Teens with Sam Shnider. 

Via Zoom, using the following link:

7:30pm - 8:30pm:  Weekly Parsha with Kobi Gil.  Streaming live on Facebook.

In this week's Torah portion we are starting the book of Shemot. The people of Israel are starting their journey from being enslaved in Egypt, traveling to the Promised Land . 

Come and join us Thursday at 7: 30 pm on Facebook live, Jews on Maui page, for an hour of reflection and learning the ways of Hashem to guide us towards our "tikun", giving us the tools we need. 

Looking forward to seeing you all :) 


Friday, January 17

6:00pm:  Evening Kabalat Shabbat , led by Rabbi Ryan Newfield. Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, 3900 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea. Followed by light Oneg.

Come join Rabbi Ryan as we bring in Shabbat with our children. Special family-friendly Kabbalat Shabbat programming is planned, with a service suitable for all ages. We will begin with candle lighting promptly at 6:00pm.


Saturday, January 18

9:30am: Shabbat Morning Service, led by Rabbi Ryan Newfield. Four Seasons Resort, 3900 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea. Followed by Kiddush and Torah study.


Sunday, January 19

10:00am: Talmud Torah for Kids. Location TBD.


Tuesday, January 21

6:30pm: Class: Ethics with Sam Shnider.  

Via Zoom at the following link:


Upcoming Events:

Wednesday, January 29

 10:00AM Jewish Book Club meeting, Beit Shalom.
We will be discussing:

Wandering Stars: An Anthology of Jewish Fantasy & Science Fiction by Jack Dann

Wandering Stars is the landmark collection of Jewish science fiction and fantasy and it is a showpiece of Jewish wit,culture,lore,humor,sadness,cynicism,and faith.


For more information, contact Dorothy Tolliver


Welcome to our new members since December 1:


Michael & Monika Parnes

Steven & Susan Heller

Nathan & Ellen Lifsics,

Joe & Galit Breman


We are so happy to welcome you to the JCM ohana!


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