Kabbalat Shabbat in Outremont Park hosted by Mile End Chavurah


Dear ones,

This coming Friday, June 5, is the first Friday of June, when we would normally hold our Kabbalat Shabbat service at the Y. However, there is a very special Shabbat service being offered by Mile End Chavurah, with my holy colleague and davvening leader extraordinaire Shir Yaakov Feit. We have been singing many of Shir Yaakov’s original melodies in our own Friday night davvening.

Check out his website: http://shiryaakov.com/about/.

And then listen to his extraordinary music: http://shiryaakov.com/albums/.

I decided to not have a Friday night service this week because I understand there are many of you who are intending to attend Shir Yaakov’s service. It’s in Outremont Park (unless it rains) and there is a potluck meal following the service. The details are below.

You will have to register at communications@mileendchavurah.org to get additional information, such as the rain location.

When you send your registration email, use the following in your subject line: “I – YOUR NAME – will be coming to Shabbat in the Park on Friday night. Please send me details.”

I will be attending and I hope to see many of you there!

Kabbalat Shabbat in the Park with Shir Yaakov

Join us in Outremont Park this coming Friday to welcome the Shabbes bride. Shir Yaakov will lead us through a Kabbalat Shabbat service and then we will enjoy a delicious potluck Shabbat dinner. If you would like to join us, it is important that you REGISTER for this event to receive important details, like where we will be meeting in case of rain.

Here is the schedule:
6 p.m.: show up, set up.
6:30 p.m.: Kabbalat Shabbat service with Shir Yaakov and friends
7:15 p.m.: blessings and kiddush
7:30 p.m.: potluck picnic dinner

Remember to bring your picnic essentials:
1) a blanket or lawn chair
2) a picnic-friendly dish (serving 6-8 people) to share
3) the beverage of your choice

Challah, plates, cups, cutlery, and napkins will be provided. To avoid the waste and spills, please leave bread and soup at home.

Many blessings for a really sweet week!
R’ Sherril

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