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Wishes For A Sweet New Year and a Rosh Hashanah Invitation from Temple Beth Tikvah!

Rabbi Stacy Offner says all are welcome to Temple Beth Tikvah's Rosh Hashanah services, which will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 10 a.m. at the temple at 196 Durham road Madison. L'Shana Tova!

 

Temple Beth Tikvah is getting ready for Rosh Hashanah and, as part of those preparations, Mrs. Pozzi's second grade class recently designed and decorated Happy New Year cards to be delivered to the the Jewish Home for the Aged, according to the temple's religious school blog:

Mrs. Pozzi's second graders sure are growing up! They spent some time today making Rosh Hashanah New Year's cards for the members of the Jewish Home for the Aged! The cards are bright and beautiful!

You can read more about the preparations they are making, along with other school news, on the Temple Beth Tikvah Religious School blog.

Rabbi Stacy Offner was kind enough to let us use the pictures on Patch and she wanted to make sure we included this invitation:

TEMPLE BETH TIKVAH AND RABBI STACY OFFNER WISH A SWEET NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE ON THE SHORELINE WHO IS CELEBRATING ROSH HASHANAH!

All are Welcome to our Rosh Hashanah Services on Tuesday, September 18 at 10am, 196 Durham Road, Madison.

Please contact us at 203-245-7028 or tbtsandy@templebethtikvahct.org if you would like to join us for services on September 16 and 17.

How are you preparing for Rosh Hashanah? Let us know in the comments below! And share your pictures, if you have any!

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