The winner’s prize is The Silver Platter: Simple to Spectacular Wholesome, Family-Friendly Recipes
The cheesecakes will be served at Kiddush Shabbos June 11 at Ner Tamid.
Judges will be Kiddush attendees
Baking will be at Ner Tamid Wednesday June 8 6 pm
Ner Tamid will supply a stove top, kitchen access and utensils and pans.
Competitors supply the ingredients.
All ingredients must be nut-free, sealed and approved by Rabbi Yisroel Motzen a week before the event.
Ingredients will be kept confidential.
For more details send an email to [email protected]
Registration Deadline June 2, 2016
$18 registration fee
Pay with Mastercard/Visa.
Pay with PayPal.
From Darkness to Light Shabbos May 7, 2016
This year we will be joined by noted author, Rabbi Hanoch Teller.
Join us for a lunch and lecture on the topic: Heroic Children: The Final Frontier of Holocaust Literature.
$15 per person / $7 for 12 and under/ $50 family max.
RSVP Deadline May 3, 2016
Youth program will be available during Rabbi Teller’s lunch talk.
In conjunction with NCSY, there will be a special presentation by Holocaust survivor, Max Jacob to teenagers immediately after morning services.
Rabbi Teller will be delivering the Shabbos morning sermon as well as an afternoon class at 7 PM all on the topic of the Holocaust.
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
6 – 12 grades
$25 before March 13, $35 after March 13, deadline March 20
Let us know if you can come along as a parent chaperone
Supervised program for students, includes meals and activities.
Program starts in Jr. Cong at 10:15 am until Havdalah (about 8:15 pm).
$25 Registration deadline is Tuesday March 15.
1 – 6 grades
Shabbaton ambassador program, Bring a friend who does not normally attend Ner Tamid and win a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card.
Register HERE (Preferred)
Join us as we celebrate Inclusion, our differences & unity
Middle and Teens: Register for the entire two day event contact Sam Wach ([email protected]) or 410-764-6241 or YACHAD (information below).
For everybody: Register for the celebration lunch at https://www.yachad.org/baltimore/events/lunch-with-yachad $12 Adults $6 Children under 12 years
For info contact YACHAD 443-695-5505 https://www.yachad.org/baltimore
Monster Mini Golf
Saturday December 12, 2015.
Leaving from the shul parking lot at 6:45 pm.
For all Youth 1—12 grades.
Deadline: December 8.
$13 (Bring extra money for arcade), Includes mini golf and laser tag.
Chanukah Sufganiyot for participants.
Parents, please let us know if you can chaperone and drive!
1969 East Joppa Road, Parkville, MD 21234
Elementary school oneg – November 14, 2015.
Balloon games and snacks, 3 pm at Ner Tamid.
Please join us for the first of 5 Saturday night family learning programs, in our 3rd year of this program.
We will begin promptly at 6:45 pm.
This program will be in the chapel and will begin with a talk by Rabbi Lt. Co. Yedidya Atlas. Example of his thoughts.
There will be pizza and prizes for participants.
This is for participants of all ages, whether you come with your family or solo and join our family of learners.
BIOGRAPHY: LT. COLONEL (res.) RABBI YEDIDYA ATLAS
Rabbi Yedidya Atlas, 62, is a fifth generation American who made aliyah on a one-way ticket to Israel at age 17. A graduate of Yeshivat Mercaz Harav Kook in Jerusalem, he received his rabbinical ordination from former Chief Rabbi Of Israel and Rosh Yeshivat Mercaz Harav, Rav Avraham Shapira, zt”l, and from the Beit Din Hagadol in Jerusalem, among others.
Yedidya volunteered to the IDF during the 1973 Yom Kippur War. He was with the Golani Brigade in Lebanon in the 1978 Litani Operation, and served in the Arazim Regional Brigade in Lebanon during the early 1980’s. In 1986, after becoming a reserve Army Rabbi, he served with a reserve combat infantry battalion in the Jerusalem Brigade. From 1998 to 2003, he served as Rabbi of the Binyamin Regional Brigade. Due to his performance in the field in the first year of the war in Judea and Samaria, he was awarded two commendations as an “Exemplary Officer” by the IDF Rabbinate, and by the IDF Central Command, respectively. In 2003 to 2007, he served as Rabbi of Judea/Samaria Division (res.). From Sept. 2007, he served as Rabbi of the IDF Ground Forces Command (res.) until Sept. 2013 when he was appointed Rabbi of the IDF Central Command (res.). In 2009, he received the “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the IDF Ground Forces Command for his initiation and developing such projects as “Operation Sifrei Torah”, “Operation Sukkot”, the IDF Mobile Synagogue, the Field Beit Knesset kit, and the “Magen Yisrael Tehillim-Siddur for Combat Soldiers”, among other projects. In addition to his operational duties, the Chief Rabbi of the IDF appointed him Head of Special Projects for the IDF Chief Rabbinate.
Rabbi Atlas lives in Beit El with his wife Batya, a sixth generation Israeli. They have 7 children (and 14 grandchildren, so far…).
Shabbos November 21, 2015. Annual Elementary Shabbaton at Ner Tamid.
Carnival Saturday night.
$25 per student.
Registration is closed. See you on Shabbos.
For info contact [email protected]