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As we embark on our second year serving the Jewish community in the Sunrise area, we are excited to share the schedule of upcoming events for January-June 2016. We hope that you can join us for all, some or even just one of these events!

We encourage you to come yourself, and to bring along your Jewish friends too. You are sure to have a most meaningful experience. Together we will continue to build a wonderful Jewish community here in Sunrise!

Our programs cater to all Jews, regardless of your background or level of observance. We invite you to experience the joy, warmth and learning together with us.


Below you will find a link to our calendar of events. Events include:

  • Bi-weekly Shabbos Parsha & Prayer Class and Kiddush
  • Monthly Friday night Shabbat experiences
  • Shofar Workshop
  • The Spirit of the High holidays class series
  • Pre-Rosh Hashana Challah bake
  • Rosh Hashan feast (1st night)
  • High Holiday services
  • Break-the-fast
  • Hebrew reading course
  • Class series
  • And More...

Link to view calendar for August-November 2016

We look forward to seeing you!

Rabbi Dov Ber and Devora Leah Thaler



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Parsha & Prayer Study/Shabbat Services & Kiddush (Oneg)

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Join us on Shabbos mornings twice each month
for a Parsha and Prayer study group with light refreshments and coffee (or Minyan & Kiddush beginning at 10:00 AM).
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

*Once per month for Shabbat morning services and Minyan, followed by a kiddush
10:00 AM

~Every other Shabbos morning (September through November 2016)~
Dates:

Saturdays, Sep. 10 & 24 : Class & Coffee
Saturdays, Oct. 8 & 29: Class & Coffee
Saturday, Nov. 12: Minyan
Saturday, Nov. 26: Class & coffee

Please contact us at info@jewishsunrise.org for location and details. If you would like to sponsor a kiddush on a week we have full services, please email or call us at 754-600-9579

Please contact us at info@jewishsunrise.org for location and details. If you would like to sponsor a kiddush on a week we have full services, please email or call us at 754-600-9579


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3. High Holidays 5777 (2016)

Please join us for uplifting and inspiring High Holiday services with Jews from all walks of life in the Sunrise area.

The liturgy will follow the traditional tunes and will be intermingled and infused with inspiring commentary, stories, lessons and melodies.

Although there are no fees to attend, our programs are costly to us and our sustainability is made possible by our friends and members right here in our community whose contributions throughout the year and during the High Holiday season allow us to help so many. Please consider helping us continue our efforts on behalf of our community with a donation of your choice in honor of the High Holidays.


Rosh Hashana Traditional Feast (1st night)

Join us as we celebrate the first night of Rosh Hashana with a delicious, traditional dinner, in a warm Yom Tov atmosphere.

Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 6:30 P.M.

From the Kiddush, apples dipped in honey, Challah and delectable festive meal, to the meaningful discussion & inspiring song, this is a Rosh Hashana experience you won’t want to miss.

Click here to RSVP.

RSVP deadline is Tuesday, September 27.
Space is limited, so don't delay.


Rosh Hashana services will be held on Monday, October 3, 2015 & Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Services will be held at:
City of Sunrise Grand Ballroom - Salon C at the Sunrise Civic Center
10610 W Oakland Park Blvd
Sunrise, FL 33351

For service times and details, click here. To RSVP (free) click here.


Tashlich Service - First day of Rosh Hashana - October 3

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Join us for a unique, meaningful ceremony called "Tashlich" that is done only once a year.

In this tradition, we stand near a body of water (preferably one that contains live fish) and recite a prayer where we symbolically "cast away our sins" to the depths of the seas. (Tashlich in Hebrew means "cast away"). Join us as we explore the meaning for this age-old tradition

This service will take place after the kiddush on the first day of Rosh Hashana.


Yom Kippur services will be held on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 & Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Location TBA shortly...

For detailed service & break-the-fast times and schedules, click here. To RSVP (free) click here.


Details to follow for rest of events...

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