Life is full of choices from the
most casual to the more profound. . .even choosing something
as spiritual acred as a Synagogue community presents
certain challenges and opportunities.
Temple Adath is a diverse community reflecting the demographics
and personality of the broad community. Yes, I could
possibly highlight this program and that special characteristic,
but the most important endorsement, if I was not Rabbi
of this congregation, I would still very much want to
be part of this Temple community. Temple Adath has a
very special spirit. There is a genuineness and authenticity,
unlike any I have witnessed in my travels around the
United States. There is a passion and a joy of being
part of this Temple community. There is a confidence
and a strength, unafraid to dream and try new things,
but always rooted in thousands of years of sacred, established,
nurturing Jewish traditions.
It is a congregation for all seasons and for all people,
from early morning until late at night. It is there for
us during the good times and some of the more difficult
trying times. It is a place where we can pray together,
cry together, laugh together, celebrate together, learn
together and play together.
We warmly welcome you to Temple Adath, and do hope that
it will become not just any Synagogue, but a spiritual
home; a place where memories frequently are created and
sustained, dreams realized, optimism instilled, hope
restored, and faith and belief always renewed.
Charles S. Sherman ~
This Week at Temple Adath Yeshurun:
Tuesday, May 14
Service, Tikkun Leil Shavuot, Dessert Reception
at the home of Rabbi Charles and Leah Sherman
400 Kimber Road, Syracuse
Friday, May 17
6:15 - 8:15 pm
Shoresh Shabbat Dinner
Siblings and families are welcome to join us for dinner.
Please RSVP by May 14th to Alicia Gross at email@example.com.
Sunday, May 19
11:45 am - 3:15 pm
Mystery Bus Tour
for Kadima and USY youth groups
Please RSVP by the afternoon of May 13 to Alicia Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, May 19
9:00 am - 7:30 pm
HAZAK Day Trip to Buffalo, New York
The bus leaves at 9:30 am sharp.