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Rabbi Kilimnick's High Holiday Message

The Yomim Noraim, the Days of Awe, beginning with the month of Elul ending with Sukkos, provide us with an oasis in time to reflect upon our lives and to examine our behavior and personal conditions. We stand before our Creator in judgment and are hoping His sentence for the new year is one which is favorable and blessed with good health, parnasah and nachas from our respective families. We enjoy the opportunity to wish all our acquaintances a ‘sweet year’ and to all we encounter we extend our hopes for them to be ‘written and sealed in the Book of Life’.

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A Summer to Remember

I am not alone when I say that this summer was not really a summer. Many of us are still waiting for summer to begin, but that might not happen due to the predicted polar vortex about to hit our region in mid-September. I hope I heard wrong.

Summer is usually synonymous with relaxing, vacationing, reading in a leisurely fashion, and that didn’t seem to occur. We were thrown into a daze with the tragic murder of our three boys, Eyal Yifrach, Naftali Frankel and Gilad Shaar. We were thrown into war, where our eyes and ears were glued to screen and radio making sure we knew what was happening to our brothers and sisters in Israel. This in a way is a forgetful summer because many may feel like it never happened.

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Welcome to Congregation Beth Sholom

Welcome to Congregation Beth Sholom, Rochester, New York’s largest Modern Orthodox and Zionist synagogue.  Led by our charismatic and inspirational spiritual leader, Rabbi Shaya Kilimnick, Congregation Beth Sholom offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere.  Our synagogue is a community resource for every member’s full life, from birth, to B'nei Mitzvah, marriage, and in times of need.

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Ambassadors of Humanity Dinner
November 09, 2014 (5:00 pm)

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AOH E-Journal

Mazel Tov to the 2013 Ambassadors of Humanity Award winners: Steve Schwartz, Dave Rogachefsky and Avi Seidmann.  Please visit AOH site and the view or download Ambassadors of Humanity e-journal.  Thank you to all the generous AOH sponsors!

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Congregation Beth Sholom

Address:
1161 Monroe Avenue
Rochester, NY 14620

Tel: (585) 473-1625

Website: www.bethsholomrochester.com

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