Category Archives: Adar II
Montana Jewish Project presents:
THE ECOLOGY OF PASSOVER:
A conversation with Rabbi Ellen Bernstein
Rabbi Bernstein is a pioneer in the field of religion and ecology. She founded Shomrei Adamah, Keepers of the Earth, the first national Jewish environmental organization.
Rabbi Bernstein will discuss her unique spiritual journey, her teachings on ecology and the Hebrew Bible, and her thoughts on incorporating an ecological perspective into
a Seder. Bring your questions!
Sunday, March 27, 2022, 4-5pm MDT on Zoom
REMEMBERING AMALEK ON THE SHABBAT BEFORE PURIM AND WHY
SHABBAT ZACHOR ACROSS MONTANA with MAOR
When: Friday, March 11, 2022, 2 Adar 8, 5782
Meeting ID: 850 2153 3831
P P’shat (Literal Sense) – what do these words mean literally? Rabbi Mark Kula
R Remez (Allusion) – what do these words allude to? Rabbi Ed Stafman
D D’rash (Interpretation) – what might we take away from this reading? Rabbi Sonja K. Pilz
S Sod (Secret) – what deeper truth do these words reveal? Rabbi Laurie Franklin
plus songs and prayers
Please join us.
The Montana Jewish Project, the non-profit formed to purchase the old Helena Synagogue to use as a Jewish Cultural Center, is hosting three statewide free virtual events to help inspire your Purim and Pesach preparations.
Baking Hamantaschen — Sunday, March 13, 2022, 10 Adar II, 5782
On Sunday, March 13 at 2pm, join Montana Jewish Project and Harvest of the Month for a Purim cooking class!
Montana Jewish Project will lead the hamantaschen baking, and Harvest of the Month will share with us about how to shop for and use the harvest of the month, whole grains.
You can follow along in your own kitchen; the ingredient list and recipes will be sent in advance.
We will have gluten free and vegan options!
The Ecology of Passover — Sunday, March 27, 2022, 2 Adar 24, 5782
On Sunday, March 27, from 4-5pm, The Montana Jewish Project (MJP) is hosting Rabbi Ellen Bernstein for The Ecology of Passover, an hour-long online conversation. Rabbi Bernstein will discuss her unique spiritual journey, her teachings on ecology and the Hebrew Bible, and her thoughts on incorporating an ecological perspective into a Seder. Bring your questions! REGISTER HERE
Passover and Easter: An Imaginative Journey. Montana Jews and Christians in Conversation Sunday, april 3, 2022, 2 Nisan, 5782
On Sunday, April 3, from 4-5pm, The Montana Jewish Project (MJP) is hosting a moderated discussion, Passover and Easter: An Imaginative Journey. (Montana Jews and Christians in Conversation) featuring Rabbi Mark Kula and retired Lutheran Bishop Jessica Crist. Rabbi Kula and Bishop Crist will discuss interfaith engagement around Passover. Many of Montana’s Jews live with partners of another faith tradition (or of none), and many Christians (as individuals or congregations) now incorporate or are interested in including a Seder as part of their Easter preparation. Rabbi Kula and Bishop Crist will explore some of the questions and sensitivities that arise around this topic, and will take audience questions.
On Saturday morning, March 5, Devorah Werner was rushed by a neighbor to the Benefis emergency room and underwent emergency surgery for a ruptured appendix.
She commented, “Isn’t it weird that I was fine for Friday night services, and then boom.” She will be in the hospital for a few days.
She would appreciate your thoughts and prayers. You may text her (text only, no calls, please), at 281-972:5716, or email her at email@example.com
We all wish Devorah a complete and speedy recovery.
I apologize for not publishing Friday night’s meeting in the Ram’s horn. I realized it last night, too late.
Joy Breslauer, editor, Aitz Chaim
March 5, 2022
The 10th Avenue South Walmart has a Kiosk set up with Passover Supplies. Last year they did the same thing and it was all sold out within one week. They may have a similar one at the Smelter Avenue Walmart.
Manischewitz, Yehuda. Matzoh, Gefilte fish, Meal cake mixes, chocolate covered etc, etc. All Kosher for Passover 2022.
$18.95 for a 5# box of Manischewitz. $0.89 for Yahrzeit candles. While Albertson’s has a Kosher section, they do not carry Kosher for Passover goods.
SUBMITTED BY Jerry Weissman
RAM’S HORN POLICY FOR LISTING YAHRZEIT MEMORIALS:!
Yahrzeit memorials are listed by consecutive Hebrew month, date, and year, if known, or at the beginning of the list for one calendar year following the date of passing.
Compiled by Aitz Chaim over many years, this list is maintained by the Ram’s Horn. Please send any corrections or additions to firstname.lastname@example.org
May the source of peace send peace to all who mourn, and may we be a comfort to all who are bereaved.
|Name of Deceased||Hebrew Date of Passing||Deceased Relationship to Congregant|
|Don Cherry||25 KISLEV, 5782||HUSBAND OF HELEN CHERRY; FATHER OF STEVE, KAREN, AND DOUG CHERRY|
|Rae Lind||6 Cheshvan, 5782||Wife of Michael Renne|
|Diane Sherick||10 Elul, 5781||Wife of Jack Sherick, Mother of Michael Sherick and Heidi Cech|
|Marcia Eisenberg||10 Adar II, 5752||Mother of Sharon Eisenberg|
|Harry Crombie||19 Adar II, 5727||Father of Arleen Heintzelman|
|Bernadette Nice||21 Adar II, 5774||Mother-in-law of Julie Nice|
|Sandra Albachari||24 Adar II, 5765||Mother of Julie Nice|