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Sushi in the Sukkah

By: Aaron Polun | September 12, 2018


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First Night of Selichos

By: Rivkah Merville | August 28, 2018

Ner Tamid presents:

The First Night of Selichos

September 1, 2018

led by Rabbi Motzen, accompanied by David Joseph and Yakov Ehrman

Selichos begin at 11:15 PM

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Simchas Torah Luncheon 2018

By: Rivkah Merville | August 27, 2018

Join us for our annual Simchas Torah Luncheon

Tuesday October 2, 1 PM

Suggested donation $36, minimum $18, no maximum



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Endless Summer BBQ Raffle 2018

By: Rivkah Merville | August 15, 2018

We will have a raffle throughout the BBQ:

1 Ticket $2

3 Tickets $5

7 Tickets $10

First Prize over $400 in gift cards!



First Prize (Gift cards and certificates)

  • Dougies ($36)
  • Tov Pizza (18″ pizza, $18 value)
  • Candy Store ($10)
  • Hats to Hose ($15)
  • Caramel’s Pizza (10″ Pizza)
  • Knish Shop ($180)
  • Dunkin Donuts ($10)
  • Goldbergs Bagels ($18)
  • Seven Mile Market ($20)
  • Target ($25)
  • Giant ($25)
  • Shoppers ($25)
  • Quarry wine and spirits ($15)
  • David Chu (Lunch for two)

  • Second Prize

  • Manicure
  • 6 elegant cups and saucers
  • Book; How Free Will Works
  • Trader Joes Bag of food
  • StarBucks 2 mugs and bag of coffee
  • 6 Wine Bottles
  • Pretty Washing Cup
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    Scholar-in-Residence Erica Brown

    By: Barry List | August 2, 2018

    Shabbos, August 11

    One of the most exciting speakers in the Modern Orthodox world, Dr. Brown will help us prepare for the High Holidays, explore Judaism and creativity, and more. The director of the Mayberg Center on Jewish Education and Leadership will deliver the Shabbos sermon, a Shabbos afternoon lecture, and a special session for teens. Not to be missed!

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    By: Rivkah Merville | July 27, 2018

    Sign up for the Fun Run

    Fun Run Sign Up and Kids Show: 3 PM

    1/2 mi. Fun Run: 4 PM


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    By: Rivkah Merville | July 26, 2018

    Ner Tamid Annual BBQ is coming up!!!

    Sunday, August 26, 2018  3-6 PM

    Home of Ner Tamid’s First Colors-of Summer Fun Run!

    Fun Run Sign Up: and kids show: 3 PM

    1/2 mi. Fun Run: 4 PM

    Slime-Making, Food, Family Activities and More fun…

    Register by August 22 for special pricing:

    $15 per adult

    $8 for kids 10 and under

    $50 Family Max



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    Cub Scout Information Meeting July 2018

    By: Sam Wach | July 17, 2018

    Parent information meetings to meet the cub scout master Michael Denise and learn about the different dens!

    Learn about cub scouts activities such as camping, field trips, hikes, Pinewood Derby, service projects, skills and more.

    Cub Scout Pack 1299 is a Shomer Shabbos group for Kindergarten to 5th grades, charted by Ner Tamid Congregation.

    Meetings will be Sunday July 29 and Monday July 30 at Ohr Chadash Academy, 7310 Park Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD 21208

    For more information:, 408-316-3481, [email protected]

    Please RSVP in advance and be entered in a raffle for a boy scout manual.

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    CPR and Stop-the-Bleed Training

    By: Rivkah Merville | July 10, 2018

    Ner Tamid invites you to a CPR and Stop the Bleed Training

    Labor Day, Monday, September 3rd, 2018

    9 AM – 12 PM

    Breakfast and Refreshments will be served

    $35 Subsidized Cost – Ages 13 and older

    RSVP by August 17


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    Ner Tamid Youth High Holiday 2018

    By: Rivkah Merville | July 10, 2018

    It’s time to register for the High Holiday Groups!



    Baby Sitting (1 – 2 Years) [Group 1] Please bring your own diapers, wipes and baby’s favorite snacks.

    Game Rooms and Junior Congregations (Experienced teacher, holiday theme, songs, stories, etc.)

    Pre-School (3 – 6 Years) [Group 2]

    Elementary (6 – 11 Years) [Group 3] Participants must not have turned 12 before 9/1/2018

    Name Tags: All participants will be issued name tags with the parent and child’s name.

    Identification: Parents may be asked to show their ticket to pick up children.

    Registration: All participants must be registered.

    Refreshments: (Groups 2 & 3) Snacks and sandwiches will be provided. (Sandwiches only Yom Kippur)


    Per Child Family Max (immediate family
    All Days Single Holiday * All Days Single Holiday *
    Member $70 $40 $180 $100
    Non-Member $90 $50 $250 $140

    * The single holiday price is either for both days of Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur.

    An additional $20 fee will be assessed for registering after the September 5, 2017 deadline.

    To volunteer or for questions and comments, please contact Rachel Shar at [email protected]

    All participants must be registered with an adult registration, in order to attend any portion of the program.

    To Register past the deadline, contact Samson Wach [email protected]


    Group Times
    Baby-Sitting 10 am – 2 pm
    Pre-School and Elementary 10 – 11 am (Games)
    11 am – 12:30 pm (Jr. Congregation)
    12:30 – 2 pm (Games)

    On Yom Kippur during Kol Nidrei & Neila there will be game rooms for 1 year old and up.



    All children will be expected to either be in one of the supervised areas or with parent in their service. CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ROAM THE HALLWAYS.

    For security reasons, please do not allow your children to play outside the building without adult supervision. The synagogue cannot take responsibility for children who leave the building.

    Parents of children not pre-registered will be billed after the holidays.

    Older siblings will not be allowed in the baby sitting room.

    Food in the baby sitting room is for registered children only.

    No food is allowed to be brought in from the outside to any room in the building. The adult supervisors of each room are the only people who can serve the food. (Baby bottles are an exception).

    Please label anything brought for a child (I.e. bottles, diaper bags, cups, bibs, etc.)

    Only healthy children will be allowed in baby-sitting. Please do not bring your child if they are exhibiting any symptoms of illness.

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