Upcoming Events at DNG
Kiddush generously sponsored by Barbara and Erwin Epstein in honor of Erwin's special birthday and the 30th yahrzeit of Erwin's father, Louis N. Epstein and by Jerry Pollard to commemorate the yahrzeit of Jacki Pollard
MCJL presents "Too Much Information? Genetic Screening and Halacha" with Rabbi Aaron Kraft
Active threat training
Learn what to do in the event of an active threat at DNG. Led by Captain Tony Taylor, a tactical officer with over three decades of experience. Please contact Margo with any questions or to rsvp.
DNG board meeting
Shabbaton with Rabbi Kalman Worch
TLC and DNG present Rabbi Kalman Worch in a weekend of inspiring presentations, Shabbat dinner, Shabbat sermon, and lunch presentation. RSVP by Dec. 18 for Shabbat dinner here. This program is sponsored in loving memory of Bunny Oberlander.
Sisterhood book group: The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin. Discussion will be led by Emily Dvorin. For more information, please contact Barbara Epstein firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parashat Miketz and Shabbat Chanukah
Shachrit 6:30 am
Candlelighting: 4:01 pm
Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbbat 4:00 pm
FOR SECURITY REASONS, PLEASE USE ONLY THE FRONT DOOR
TO ENTER ON SHABBAT MORNING
Shiur with Rabbi Daniel Fox 8:00 am
Shachrit 9:00 am
followed by kiddush lunch (fleishig) generously co-sponsored by Barbara and Erwin Epstein in honor of Erwin's special birthday and in memory of Erwin's father on the 30th anniversary of his yahrzeit and by Jerry Pollard commemorating the fifth yahrzeit of his beloved wife, Jackie
Mincha following kiddush
Maariv 5:30 pm
Shachrit 8:30 pm
Mincha/maariv 4:00 pm
Monday through Thursday
Shachrit: 6:30 am
Maariv only 7:30 pm
Sunday 7:15 am
Monday through Friday 5:30 am
Thursday 9:00 pm
Hilchos Tefillah - with Rabbi Fox
Are you interested to learn more about the laws of Tefillah? What is the history behind some of our practices, and how do we handle tricky shul/davening situations? Join Rabbi For for a text-based 20-minute study of the Shulchan Aruch and Mishna Berura. Wednesdays after maariv.