2610 Pioneer Avenue
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
(307) - 634 - 3052
[email protected]

Photos Courtesy of Louis Davidson, Synagogues360.org

Shabbat Services

Friday – 7:00 PM
Saturday – 10:30 AM
Shabbat Services are led either by Rabbi Larry Moldo or by lay leaders.

Coming Up

Wednesday, June 19 – 6:30 PM – Board Meeting. 

Thursday, June 20 – 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM – Library Open. Other times by request. Call Tim Solon, 632-4105

Thursday, June 20 – 12 noon to 1 PM – Torah Thursday – cancelled this week. 

Friday, June 21 – 7 to 8 PM – Shabbat services followed by Oneg sponsored by the Sisterhood.

Saturday, June 22 -10:30 AM to 11:30 AM – Shabbat services and Torah study followed by Oneg sponsored by the Sisterhood.

Sunday, June 23 – 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM – Library Open. Other times by request. Call Tim Solon, 632-4105.

Sunday, June 23 – 12 noon to 1 PM – Sisterhood Meeting. 

Thursday, June 27 – 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM – Library Open. Other times by request. Call Tim Solon, 632-4105

Thursday, June 27 – 12 noon to 1 PM – Torah Thursday – Join us on Thursdays at noon as we look at Isaac’s adult life with the help of Rashi, Sforno and Steinsaltz. Feel free to bring your lunch!

Friday, June 28 – 7 to 8 PM – Shabbat services followed by Oneg sponsored by the Sisterhood.

Saturday, June 29 -10:30 AM to 11:30 AM – Shabbat services and Torah study followed by Oneg sponsored by the Sisterhood.

Sunday, June 30 – 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM – Library Open. Other times by request. Call Tim Solon, 632-4105.

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Weekly Message from our Board President

We’re not done yet!  Two weeks ago, we held another very successful Yiddish Food Festival.  Hundreds of people came to the Synagogue to enjoy our food, music, dancing, and learn about our Synagogue and Judaism.  Here’s what it looked like.

Then yesterday, the Mt. Sinai Endowment Fund held its second annual concert, featuring Jalan Crossland and Sally and George.  We had a great turnout and raised money for the Endowment Fund.  At one point, Warrie Means joined daughter Shelby and her husband Joel onstage.  Shelby and Joel are “Sally and George.”  Then at the end of the show, Jalan Crossland and Sally and George performed together. That was a real treat.  Here’s a shot of Jalan Crossland with “Sally and George.”

Thanks to Dr. Jason Bloomberg for the pictures.

But wait, there’s more!  The Israeli Scouts will be coming back to Mt. Sinai on Tuesday, July 2nd, for a special performance.  It will start at 6:30 in the Social Hall.  The Rabbi has more details in his column.

And then two days later, on July 4th, we’ll have our annual summer picnic in the back yard of the Synagogue.

 It’s been a great spring and summer so far.  There’s lots to do at Mt. Sinai, and its all fun – music, dancing, food, and great company.  Wow!

Here’s our Yiddish Phrase of the Week:

Der ponem zogt ois dem sod.
The face tells the secret.

Shalom!

Dave Lerner
President
Mt. Sinai Board of Directors

Rabbi’s Column

One of the reasons (besides very hectic schedules) for the recent lack of articles has been the tag team computer power cord problems plaguing the computers that we use here. One of them is the work computer; the other one is the family computer. For the work computer a replacement power cord did the trick. For the family computer, the replacement power cord did not resolve the issue. Fortunately, the speed at which programs can be loaded in, and the intelligence level of the individual computer (as in recognizing a very old mouse without having to put in the disk first) has improved drastically so the transition is much less painful.

The Israeli Scout group has performed for us in the past. This was usually upon our request, and they did us a favor by including Cheyenne in their route. We paid the requested amount for this favor, all of it due by sometime in May. This year, we are doing them a favor by eliminating hotel fees for two nights as they travel between two major areas in nearby states. In return for that favor, at no extra charge, they will put on a performance two days before the annual picnic (I am being deliberately vague for security reasons) in the evening [probably about 6].

On the near horizon we have the annual Jim McKinnon Food Drive for COMEA – I will get a list of what is requested before it starts in mid-July.

On the far horizon we have the beginning of Religious School in September and the High Holidays beginning at the end of that month.

May this next week be personally busy but not painfully so.

 

 

June Birthdays

26           Dennis Coelho

29           Marv Wolf

30           Carol Serelson

 

Mt. Sinai Movie Nights

All movies are shown at Mt. Sinai on the “big screen” and with surround sound. Refreshments and drinks provided. Come join us for any or all of our upcoming movies.

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