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Our next Rosh Chodesh dinner will be Sunday, May 23, at 5:00 pm at Ying’s Thai Sushi (9414 S. Sandy Square).

If anyone you know is curious about the First Fruits of Zion study Trifany is leading on Wednesday evenings, Jesus My Rabbi, they can check it out for free during the month of May. Usually FFOZ will let you try two weeks before you have to make a commitment, but your friends and relatives can do all the month of May for free for a trial. Check for details with Trifany.

John Ballif has set up a private site for group chat that is not on Facebook. If you have been attending with us but did not get the link to the site, please let John know so he can add you.

We are also going to start doing the shabbat children’s blessing under a large tallit. They are our hope for the future!

Each Friday on our Facebook page you can find the section of the parsha that we’re focusing on. For those of you not on Facebook, just check the calendar page here. In the description of the shabbat meeting you’ll find the pertinent study info.

Please send all prayer requests directly to Bev rather than to Cindy or a random group. Bev is our prayer leader and is best suited to pray over them and oversee that everyone receives the message (if the person does want the request made public).

This is a reminder that Trifany is leading the FFOZ Study of Jesus My Rabbi Wednesday evenings at 6:30. You can sign up at any time.

We now have a Venmo account as well as PayPal for those who prefer that way to donate. Find us at @Kehilat-BeitLechem. If you need the phone number to send money, use 5709. Both Cindy and I already had Venmo accounts, so my daughter Eden said we could use hers. For some reason, Venmo wasn’t comfortable having someone add a different account with a different name for the same phone number.

wonderful things in Your Torah!

The weekly parshas are published each Friday on the Facebook page; or, you can check the calendar here.

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Shema Yisrael! Adonai Eloheinu, Adonai echad.