Category Archives: Ram’s Horn

BILLINGS: ANOTHER OPTION FOR KOL NIDRE AND YOM KIPPUR SERVICES

Beth Aaron Online Service Information in Billings

TOUR OF HELENA SYNAGOGUE THIS SUNDAY, 09/19/2021, 13 TISHREI, 5782, 2:00PM

  • Where: Old Synagogue in Helena, 555 N. Ewing, directly across from the Cathedral
  • When: Sunday, 09/19/2021, 2:00PM
  • Meet in the Smiths parking lot in the back by the gas station at noon to carpool or caravan
  • For anyone that would like a tour of the old and maybe soon to be new synagogue in Helena, I have arranged for Aitz Chaim to tour the facilities THIS SUNDAY 9/19 at 2 PM. I think we should either caravan or carpool. Should we meet maybe in the Smith’s parking lot at noon? In the back near the gas station maybe a good place to meet and/or leave cars. Should be a fun few hours to see the synagogue. If you want to let me know you are coming that would be great so I can give them a tentative head count. Email me at wendy@weissman.com or text me at 868-5712. Hope to see you there!

    Thank you!!!
    Wendy

    From Rebecca Stanfel

    I just wanted to add a couple of details for the Great Falls group to have. First, Ellen Baumler—Montana’s historian who knows more about Helena’s historic Jewish community than probably anyone (and who wrote the applications and signs for National Register of Historic Places for both the synagogue and the Home of Peace cemetery)— has offered her time to join us. After the building tour, she’s willing to do a modified version of her popular “Historic Helena” tour, focusing on the historic Jewish homes in the neighborhood and the stories of the people who lived there. She’s got some great stories.

    After this, I was wondering if folks would like to gather outside on our deck for some simple snacks (crackers and cheese) and drinks before making the drive home. I would love the opportunity to meet with our closest Jewish congregation neighbors.

    We’re very excited you all are coming. No matter how small the group, it means a lot to us.

    Looking forward to meeting you in person!
    Rebecca

    AITZ CHAIM YOM KIPPUR SCHEDULE 2021 5782 WITH RABBI RUZ

    • Thursday afternoon, 09/16/2021, 10 Tishrei, 5782, 3:30PM MDT: Discussion led by Rabbi Ruz on zoom
    • Thursday afternoon, 09/16/2021, 10 Tishrei, 5782, 4:30PM MDT: Yizkor led by Rabbi Ruz on zoom
    • Thursday afternoon, 09/16/2021, 10 Tishrei, 5782, 5:00PM MDT: Ne’ilah led by Rabbi Ruz on zoom
    • Break The Fast on your own

    Join us
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    CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM, BOZEMAN, NEWS AND NOTES

    Beth Shalom Yom Kippur Schedule

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    Twenty Years Later, Two more Victims of 09/11 Attacks Identified: The Times of Israel 09/08/2021
    Come from Away, The Extraordinary 09/11 Musical Now Streaming on Apple TV

    SEVEN STEPS TO AN EASY FAST

    From Aish.com

    RETURN AGAIN

    Vehashev, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, 01/14/1925 — 09/21/1994

    PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THIS UPCOMING EVENT: SHABBAT SHUVAH ACROSS MONTANA … FRIDAY EVENING, 09/10/2021, 6PM ON ZOOM

    Shabbat Shuvah is the Shabbat that falls between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and is known as the Shabbat of Returning.

    Please join us Friday evening, 09/10/2021, 6pm, for Shabbat Shuvah across Montana, on Zoom. Zoom link

    YAHRZEITS — TISHREI, 5782

    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 editor@aitzchaim.com
    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
    Diane Sherick 10 Elul, 5781 Wife of Jack Sherick, Mother of Michael Sherick and Heidi Cech
    Arleen Heintzelman 3 Kislev, 5781
    Alfred Maleson 6 Tishrei, 5770 Uncle of Wendy Weissman
    Frances Langsam 9 Tishrei, 5757 Mother of Helen Cherry
    Paralee Poplack Shapiro 10 Tishrei, 5760 Mother of Jeff Shapiro
    Ann Cohn 11 Tishrei, 5748 Mother of Arlyne Reichert
    Irving Fineman 14 Tishrei, 5742 Father of Robert Fineman
    Pauline Nagel 17 Tishrei, 5761 Mother of Meriam Nagel
    Roberto Naduris 20 Tishrei, 5756 Husband of Susan Weissman
    Rose Gran 20 Tishrei, 5775
    William Semple 21 Tishrei, 5771 Father of Doug Semple
    Leila Rapaport Green 23 Tishrei, 5728 Grandmother of Nadyne Weissman
    Robert Harold Klotzman 23 Tishrei, 5756
    Hattye Oppenhemer Meyer 24 Tishrei, 5729 Grandmother of Diane Sherick
    Carl Kotler 28 Tishrei, 5754
    Alex Barrett 29 Tishrei, 5751 Father of Nadyne Weissman

    ROSH HASHANAH … ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE

    From Congregation Har shalom, Missoula:

    Hello dear friends in Great Falls!
    I agree with President Laura that Rabbi Ruz made a wise decision. At Har Shalom, we decided that we could not gather indoors because our ventilation system is questionable. We felt we could not make the necessary renovations in time for the holidays. So, we initially decided to lead the service from the sanctuary on Zoom with only service leaders present. Then, one of our board members had a breakthrough Covid infection and several members were close contacts, two of whom would be service leaders, reading Torah along with me, OY! So out of an abundance of caution and the desire to put no one at risk, we are now almost completely online for the High Holidays. Only our outdoor Shofar Drive-in and Tashlich will be “in-person” outdoors.

    These last-minute adjustments are time-consuming. I know you are completely able to do your own thing, but you are also welcome to join forces with us for any of the services. I’m attaching the schedule. All of the online services will be on Zoom Join Us

    Whatever you finally decide to do, just wishing everyone a truly good New Year, filled with hope and sweetness!
    B’ahava,
    Rabbi Laurie

    NEWEST REVISED High Holiday Schedule 09/01/2021
    This is our calendar for High Holidays 2021/5782, updated 9/1 to take place on Zoom because of a recent Covid case in our leadership team (recovering well). As always, no tickets are required; all events are free, and donations are welcome. We are taking the Delta variant and current rise in local infections seriously, and decided that we will broadcast the main services on Zoom from our homes. Other changes may be coming as our pandemic situation develops.

    • Monday, Sept 6 2021, Erev Rosh Hashanah……6:30 to 7:30 pm, Zoom
    • Tuesday, Sept 07, 2021, For Everyone (kids, families, dogs) Shofar Service……9 to 9:30 am, back garden, rain or shine
    • Rosh Hashanah Service……10 am to 11:15 am, Zoom
    • Tashlich at the Clark Fork/Boone and Crockett……Noon to 1 pm
    • Friday, Sept 10, 2021, MAOR “Shabbat Shuva Across Montana”……6 to 7:15 pm, Zoom
    • Saturday, Sept 11, 2021, Shabbat Shuva Torah Study……10 am to noon, Zoom
    • Wednesday, Sept 15, 2021, Kol Nidre……7 to 8 pm, Zoom
    • Thursday, Sept 16, 2021, Yom Kippur Morning Service……10 am to noon, Zoom
    • Cheshbon Hanefesh, soul-accounting text study…..3:30 to 4:30 pm, Zoom
    • Yizkor…..6:30 pm, Zoom
    • Neilah, Closing of the Gates and Havdallah, end of Yom Kippur……6:45 pm to 8 pm, Zoom