Congregation Bnai Jacob
Confronting the Shoah - Register by 12/28/15
The Jewish Federation of Fort Wayne (JFFW) cordially invites you to attend its six-session program Confronting the Shoah. The adult education course, which has been offered annually since 2004, will provide participants with comprehensive contextual and historical knowledge regarding the Nazi Holocaust. Presented by Dr. David Lindquist and taking place at the Temple, the course will begin at 7:00pm on Tuesday, January 5 and will run for six consecutive Tuesdays. No cost for teachers and Federation members. $5.00 for others to cover costs of materials. Please call the Federation at 260-456-0400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by December 28 to register. Major funding for the program is provided by the Dr. Harry W. Salon Foundation and by gifts to the JFFW’s Annual Campaign.
January / February Bulletin Here
The January/February bulletin and calendar are now available under the Newsletters tab to the left.
Ethics Class - January 10 & February 7, 2016
The Ethics Class, based on "A Code of Jewish Ethics" by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin and led by Rabbi Kornspan, continues in 2016 on Sunday, January 10 and Sunday, February 7 at 10:30am. Tallit and Tefillin at 9:30am. For more information, please call the synagogue office at 260-672-8459.
Tu B'Shevat Seder - January 23
Our Tu B'Shevat Seder will take place following Shabbat services on January 23, 2016.
Bat Mitzvah - Miranda Long - February 19-20
and her family!!!
Miranda will be leading evening services on
Friday, February 19, 2016 at 7:00pm.
An Oneg will follow.
On Shabbat morning
February 20, 2016 at 9:15am
Miranda will be called to the Torah for her Bat Mitzvah.
Kiddush luncheon following.
Bat Mitzvah - Gwen Schneider - March 5
Please share our joy and celebrate a special day in our lives when our daughter, Gwen, is called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah.
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Kiddush luncheon following services.
Mark and Missy Schneider
Our gift shop is well supplied with prayer shawls; kippot; mezuzot; Shabbat candles and candlesticks; challah covers; yahrzeit candles; framed art; cookbooks; Bar and Bat Mitzvah gifts; jewelry; and books. All reasonably priced. Cash and checks accepted. Open during office hours. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:00am-1:00pm.
5776 Calendars Are In!
Next time you are at the shul during the week, pick up a 5776 calendar or two.
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. GFS also carries red and green food containers from Cambro with blue available by order. These containers can be used, according to color, for kosher purposes of separating meat, milk, and Pareve products.
Please support all of these stores in their efforts to help the Jewish community of Fort Wayne.