Congregation Bnai Jacob
Getting to and from B'nai Jacob
Effective immediately and until further notice, the Indiana Department of Transportation has closed the entrance to and exit from Bittersweet Moors Drive at U.S. 24 West. The disruption is due to a box culvert replacement project on U.S. 24 West between Homestead and Amber Roads. Completion of the project is expected by November 20, 2015. This means all members and visitors to the synagogue must use alternative routes. Please carefully study the link below for access ways at Dell Loch Way via Homestead Road; and Glen Lake Drive via Amber Road. If necessary, please call the synagogue office at 672-8459 for further assistance with directions.http://mapq.st/1NJQSqr
Together for the Holidays at B'nai Jacob
Saturday, September 5, 8:30pm - Maariv and Changing Torah Covers;
9:30pm Selichot Services
Sunday, September 13, 7:30pm - Erev Rosh Hashana Services
Monday, September 14, 8:30am - 1st Day Services
(Tashlich following services)
Tuesday, September 15, 8:30am - 2nd Day Services
Tuesday, September 22, 7:15pm - Mincha; 7:30pm - Kol Nidre
Wednesday, September 23, 8:30am - Shacharit with Yizkor at approximately 11:00am
Wednesday, September 23, 5:30pm - Mincha; 7:00pm - Neilah;
8:00pm - Maariv; 8:19pm - Havdalah
Break the Fast - Reservations due to office by September 16.
Sunday, September 27, 7:00pm - Services / Seudah at Kornspans' Sukkah
Monday, September 28, 10:00am - Services and Kiddush in Sukkah
Tuesday, September 29, 10:00am - Services and Kiddush in Sukkah
SHEMINI ATZERET / SIMCHAT TORAH
Monday, October 5, 9:15am - Shemini Atzeret Services with Yizkor at approximately 11:00am
Monday, October 5, 6:00pm - Simchat Torah Celebration with Seudah at 6:00pm;
Simchat Torah Hakafot at 7:00pm
Tuesday, October 6, 10:00am - Services
5776 Calendars Are In!
Next time you are at the shul during the week, pick up a 5776 calendar or two.
Ethics Class Continues on Sunday, August 30
An ethics class, lead by Rabbi Kornspan using A Code of Jewish Ethics Volume 1 - You Shall Be Holy by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, began on December 7 and meets monthly with great attendance and a lot of good discussion. The next class will meet on Sunday, August 2 at 10:30am with Tallit and Tefillin Services at 9:30am. A copy of the study guide is available via email.
Prayers for the City - August 30
The 3rd Annual "Prayers for the City" interfaith event will take place on Sunday, August 30 at 4:00pm at the University of St. Francis, North Campus Auditorium, 2701 Spring Street.
August Bulletin Here
The August bulletin and calendar are now available under the Newsletters tab to the left.
Gift Shop - 50% Off Shelf
Our Gift Shop is supplied with beautiful items for all occasions including prayer shawls; kippot; mezuzot; Shabbat candles and candlesticks; challah covers; yahrzeit candles; serving dishes; framed art; B'nai Jacob cookbooks; Bar and Bat Mitzvah gifts; jewelry; toys and books. All reasonably priced. Open during office hours Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:00am-1:00pm. Come and take a look at our 50% off shelf!
Kosher Around Town
Aldi's on Lima Road carries packaged crescent rolls, biscuits and pie crusts that are heckshered (marked Kosher). Very exciting news since no other store has the same items available for the Kosher consumer.
The new Fresh Thyme Farmer's Market on Coldwater at Coliseum has a nice selection of heckshered cakes, prepared foods and cheeses for the Kosher consumer as well.
Earth Fare on Dupont Road has Kosher turkey and meats available. Call Zach Hull at Earth Fare for more information. 260-416-3550
Also, the Kroger Marketplace at Coventry is still bringing in fresh Kosher meat and deli on a regular basis. Kroger also carries small containers of Pareve coffee whitener (Rich's) in the frozen food section.
Gordon's Food Service on Washington Center Road carries Pareve whip topping (Rich's) in the frozen food section.
Please support all of these stores in their efforts to help the Jewish community of Fort Wayne.