A 4-week series to walk through the Yomim Noraim period, sponsored by Emek Learning Center in the German Colony will begin tonight, Wednesday, August 30th, and it will be held at the Prince family, Rechov Dan #18, from 8-9PM.
I hope to see you there! We will be learning about the avodah of Elul, and the rest of the series will involve two lessons ahead of Rosh Hashanah, and one before Yom Kippur.
Wishing you every good,
Beit Natan is the Jerusalem outstanding volunteer organization helping women recover from Breast Cancer.
Contact: BEIT NATAN Cancer Support & Resource Center 50 Bayit Vegan St. POB 16452 Jerusalem Israel 91163
The Beit Natan Cancer Support and Resource Center provides comprehensive emotional, psychological and social support through every stage of cancer diagnosis and treatment. Beit Natan clientele includes women and men coping with cancer from diverse backgrounds throughout Israel. Working alongside Israel’s professional medical establishment, our professional, dedicated staff offers extensive knowledge and expertise. Their volunteers, many cancer survivors themselves, bring a wealth of valuable personal experience.
Lev Rachel Help-line manned by recovered cancer patients (200 clients)
Therapeutic Retreats for Recovery (twice a year, 80 participants each)
Tomchim – Home Hospice Volunteer Visitation (50 monthly cases)
Support groups and workshops (60 active participants)
Couples Retreat for Recovery (twice a year, 40 couples each)
R&R for cancer patients and their spouses
Mother- Daughter Programs
Simchat Chaya Programs (for teens and young adults who have lost a parent to cancer)
Outpatient Companions (volunteers who accompany clients to the outpatient oncology ward)
Careers After Cancer (workshops to assist clients dealing with career change due to cancer)
Their annual “party” was attended by several hundred women who came from other cities such as, Natanya, Beitar, Beit Shemesh, and Tel Aviv. I particularly enjoyed listening to Odelia Berlin. https://www.youtube.com/user/oledb27. The link is to Bat 31. About work, the army. I even understood the lyrics.
Great end of summer activity!
Today – Wednesday, 8 Elul – August 30, the Ezra youth group is holding its annual bazaar,
all proceeds to tzedaka.
This year: programming and support for families of children with Down Syndrome.
Many booths, inflatables (mitnapchim), snacks, lottery & more!
Come one and all – Gr-8 fun for all ages for an important cause!
Where: Beit Yehudit-Mirkaz Tarbut Ha’amim
12 Emek Refaim Street
When: 5:00 pm
TODAY – Wednesday, 8 Elul-August 30
For more information: Ayelet: 058-784 5043