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Upcoming Shabbat Services

Join our religious leader David Fainsilber as he leads us into the sweet, restoring presence of Shabbat. Musical, dynamic and participatory, these services will revive your neshama yeteira, that extra soul that we receive every Shabbat. If you are planning on coming, invite a friend! The more neshama, the better.

Friday, April 11, 6 p.m.
Shabbat services will be enhanced by a special D'var Torah/sermon delivered by Priscilla Minkin, co-chair of the Chesed Committee. Looking deeply at our Torah portion Acharei Mot/After the death, Priscilla will speak about Aaron's grieving process upon the passing of his two sons. She will ask the question: How can we still stay rooted even when the winds of uncertainty blow?

Friday, April 18, 6 p.m.
Shabbat services during chol hamoed Pesach

Saturday, April 19, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Children and Families Passover Brunch
at David Fainsilber and Alison Link's home

Whether you eat your Matzah brie/Fried Matzah with salt or with maple syrup, come join other families in the Greater Stowe area for some play time, shmoozing, and some kid-friendly Passover songs. RSVP to the JCOGS office at jcogs@jcogs.org

Community Passover Seder
Tuesday, April 15, at 5:30 p.m.


JCOGS invites you to our Annual Community Passover Seder, on Tuesday, April 15, at 5:30 p.m.

The kosher Passover menu includes: gefilte fish, matzo-ball vegetable soup, brisket, salmon with dill sauce, tzimmes, vegetable kugel, roasted potatoes, asparagus, sponge cake with fruit, catered by Katherine Guevara, Kabella LLC, Kosher Caterer & Mashgiach.

Reservation deadline extended to Monday, April 7. Seating is limited.

Reserve online here!

Or, download and send this form for reservations


Counterpoint
Mir Zaynen Do (We are Here)
Jewish Songs from the Shtetl to the Promised Land
Saturday, April 12, 8 p.m. at JCOGS

Counterpoint, Vermont's professional twelve-voice vocal ensemble, under the direction of Nathaniel G. Lew, presents a journey through the varied worlds of Jewish song. Conceived as a narrative moving from Eastern Europe to the Land of Israel, this lively and moving a cappella program features both new and traditional arrangements that span a century of music.

Advance ticket reservations are encouraged to receive a special rate: $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students and those who need financial assistance. More information is on the Counterpoint website www.counterpointchorus.org or by calling (802) 540-1784


JCOGS is located at 1189 Cape Cod Rd. in Stowe. From the center of Stowe Village, Cape Cod Road is 1.7 miles up the Mountain Rd. (Rte. 108) on the right. JCOGS is the first building on the right, across from the Stoweflake Resort. Map

 
Jewish Community of Greater Stowe
1189 Cape Cod Road, P O Box 253, Stowe VT 05672
802-253-1800   info@jcogs.org
Website: Dan Lax