Category Archives: Av
Dear Congregation Aitz Chaim:
I am planning to be in New England over the Columbus Day week end. I would be more than happy to represent the Aitz Chaim Community at Heidi Berger’s memorial service.
If you would like to contribute to her memorial in some way – i.e. towards flowers, or contributing to her favorite charity, and if you would feel comfortable with me hand-delivering your contribution to the Berger family, please have your contribution in my hand no later than the morning of October 4, 2019, as I will be leaving that day for New England.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call me at (406) 217-6034. Thank you.
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May the source of peace send peace to all who mourn, and may we be a comfort to all who are bereaved.
We are excited to be teaming up with the University of Montana to introduce to you for the very first time:
The Missoula Jewish Music Fiesta!
Join us for a FREE musical tour of Jewish Culture
Starring: The Weinreb Brothers
Sunday, September 8, 3-5pm
Location: Bonner park
You do not want to miss this!
Kosher Food Stand | Family Friendly Activities | Jewish Cultural Booth
The Weinreb Brothers have been jamming together since their youth. They grew up with the music of Carlebach, Moshav Band, Soulfarm, Yossi and Avi Piamenta, and other Jewish greats. The influence of these performers helped shape the unique Weinreb Brothers sound: distinctly Jewish, but with touches of bluegrass, rock, and blues.
Dvorah will be out of town on august 2, and has asked that services be moved to August 16.
Same time, same place, same potluck, different day.
This is a reminder about the lay services led by Devorah Werner the first Friday of the month, August 2, at 6:00 P.M. at the Bethel, with a milchig (dairy) potluck to follow.
Hope to see you there.
The address for the Bethel is 1009 18th Avenue Southwest. click here for map and directions.
Registration is now open for Mitzvah Day 2018
Sunday November 18th
Be a part of the largest Jewish led day of Social Action
On Mitzvah Day, we give our time, not our money, to make a difference to the community around us. We introduce people to social action, to their neighbours and to local charities setting up projects which address real needs. Jewish led, we bring people of other faiths, and none to volunteer side by side, with fun and laughter, with our community, to get to know each other.
2018 marks the tenth anniversary of Mitzvah Day – the largest Jewish led day of global social action, and with your support we are looking to include an even greater number of communities. Guided by the Jewish values of tikkun olam, gemilut chasadim and tzedek, our vision is of Jews and non-Jews coming together to build more cohesive neighbourhoods and to strengthen civil society.
Register now to join with us, and Jewish communities across the globe on Sunday 18th November 2018 and be a part of something amazing!
Now is the time to put on your thinking caps and start planning your social action projects such as organizing collections for your local shelters,visiting the elderly, helping the needy and vulnerable, reaching out to our neighbours of all faiths and none, and much much more.
Together we can make a difference!
To find out more please email
Donald Goldman, Abby Drew’s father, passed away on May 14, 2018. He may be buried in Sun City, AZ.
On March 13, 2018, Abby married Alvin Syrovatka. They are living in Torington, WY.