Rabbi Talya, Cantor Lois 


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Friday Apr 15, 7:00 PM

Friday night services and Oneg Shabbat. NOTE NEW TIME!


Sunday Apr 17, 9:00 AM

Lox and Learning with Rabbi Talya

Song of Songs, a Biblical Love Poem.


Friday Apr 22

Erev Pesach - No Services


Saturday Apr 23, 9:30 AM

Services for First Day of Pesach.  Josh Schreiber Shalem, Guest Cantor


Saturday Apr 23, 6:00 PM

Services for First Day of Pesach.


Sunday Apr 24

No morning minyan


Friday Apr 29

No services


Saturday Apr 30, 9:30 AM

Services for 8th Day of Pesach & Yizkor





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The Sephardic Synagogue in Amsterdam is entirely lit by candles. It was built several hundred years ago and never "electrified".  The ark, seats, bima etc. are all hand made by ship builders. During WW II  the Nazi's somehow missed it and never entered it so it is entirely intact and original. It is a real beauty. This concert was held in the sanctuary and is very "rousing".  Enjoy.

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