2610 Pioneer Avenue
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
(307) 634 - 3052
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Please join us for Shabbat services every Friday evening at 7 PM. Shabbat Services are also held on the first Saturday of every month at 10 AM, when we honor someone special in our Congregation. Our services are in person and online through Zoom At the conclusion of services, enjoy our Oneg Shabbat.
Shabbat Services are led by lay leaders and Rabbi Moshe Halfon.
Thursday, June 8 – 12 noon to 1 PM – Torah Thursday with Rabbi Halfon. In person at the Synagogue. Topics will include weekly Torah portions, stories, laws, commentary, and your requests!
Thursday, June 8 – 6;30 PM – Shalom Dinner at Good Friends on East Lincolnway.
Friday, June 9 – 7 PM – Shabbat services led by Rabbi Halfon, in person and via Zoom. We’ll open the Zoom meeting at 6:30 so people can chat. Services begin at 7:00. Zoom info:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84687533228 Meeting ID: 846 8753 3228.
Sunday, June 11 – 12 noon to 1 PM – Sisterhood Meeting
Sunday, June 11 – 3 to 4:30 PM – Israeli Folk Dancing.
Thursday, June 15 – 12 noon to 1 PM – Torah Thursday with Rabbi Halfon. In person at the Synagogue. Topics will include weekly Torah portions, stories, laws, commentary, and your requests!
Friday, June 16 – 7 PM – Shabbat services led by Rabbi Halfon, in person and via Zoom. We’ll open the Zoom meeting at 6:30 so people can chat. Services begin at 7:00. Zoom info:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84687533228 Meeting ID: 846 8753 3228.
Monday, June 19 – 5:30 PM – Bibles and Beer in person at Uncle Charlie’s and via Zoom. Please email Rodger McDaniel at [email protected] so he can add you to the list of those sent the Zoom link each week.
Weekly Message from the Board President
It’s December in June! Our Shalom Dinner in December has taken place at China Buffet for the past few years. It’s six months later and we’re up for Asian/Chinese food again. This Thursday, June 8, let’s all get together at Good Friends Restaurant on East Lincolnway for our Shalom Dinner. Our reservation is set for 6:30 PM. See you there!
Speaking of food, a big shoutout to all the volunteers who prepared and brought food for the Mantaka double birthday party on Sunday. We were celebrating Noam’s birthday, and that of his now one year old daughter Talia. There were hamburgers and hot dogs (thank you Jeff!), guacamole, tuna salad. Balaklava, some amazing dish made with strawberries, Israeli salad, muffins, and a lot more. Rabbi Halfon was joined with two other musicians for a couple of birthday songs. Overall it was a wonderful event, and a great way to spend part of a rainy Sunday afternoon. Dr. Jason Bloomberg took a few photos of the party.
Cooking for the Yiddish Food Festival is continuing on Thursday afternoons and Sunday mornings. Our volunteers meet at 5 on Thursdays, and 10 AM on Sundays. Here’s what’s still ahead, though the specific items on a given cooking day may change.
June 8 – Hamentaschen
June 11 – Challah
June 15 – Macaroons
June 19-24 – Israeli salad, hummus, knishes
The Yiddish Food Festival is Sunday, June 25. Noam Mantaka has put signs advertising the festival on his food truck. We’ll also have signs in Lions and Cahill Park, facing out to Dell Range Blvd. and Central Avenue. We’ll be up on digital billboards around town, in Traders, and on Facebook. Steve Borin is also doing some radio interviews. We’re also putting up flyers all around town. If you have a good location, we have the flyers in the Synagogue office. Contact Ben in the office and pick some up.
So we’ll be working hard on getting the word out.
Rabbi Halfon is contributing our Yiddish Phrase of the Week:
Lomir geyen shpatzirin
Let’s go for a walk.
Mt. Sinai Board of Directors
2 Philip Reichert
5 Noam Mantaka
14 Ben Thornell
24 Sherry Snyder
26 Dennis Coelho
30 Carol Serelson