Home of Susan Salzberg
414 Ridgefield Road
Chapel Hill, NC
The Humanistic Jewish Book Group will be reading “The Sisters Weiss” by Naomi Ragen and will meet at Carol Woods, courtesy of Wuz Beloff.
Those interested in books of Humanistic Jewish content are welcome to join us. We alternate between fiction and nonfiction titles. For further information and to RSVP to January’s meeting, contact Lynne Kane at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919
LIVE FROM THE 92nd STREET Y SERIES
1937 W. Cornwallis Road
309 W. Morgan
Durham, NC 27701
November, 13, 2014, 7:30 pm
1200 Mason Farm Road
The second in a series co-sponsored with Belth El Synagogue and Judea Reform Congregation, Jeff Spinner-Halev, Kenan Eminent Professor of Political Ethics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will speak on “Conversations with Israelis During the War in Gaza: Reflections on Hamas, Settlements and Anti-Semitism amidst a Changing Middle East”.
Monday, November 17th, 7:30-9:00
DURHAM URBAN MINISTRES COMMUNITY KITCHEN
Sunday, November 23rd, 2014
This month, please consider helping Kol Haskalah, along with Judea Reform and Beth El, provide dinners to homeless and hungry people in Durham. We serve over 200 people each month and the number keeps growing. We feed all ages, all backgrounds, all religions.
We need donations of 10 tuna casseroles, cookies, 14 large cans of green beans (Costco size), 2 large cans of sweetened iced tea mix, 12 cups of shredded cheese and peanut butter and jelly (there are so many kids now!) and 3 large bottles of Ranch or Italian salad dressing.
You can drop off the food at Judea Reform by Friday, Friday, November 21st or take supplies directly to the shelter on Sunday, November 23rd. Please let me know what you can donate so I can coordinate with the other congregations. Contact Francis Presma at email@example.com or 919-451-6207. We would love to have more participation from Kol Haskalah in this mitzvah.
Also, please consider joining the prep crew to prepare and serve meals to help the needy and hungry; it’s fun and a minimal time commitment. We begin at 4:15 p.m. and are usually finished by 5:45. Children over 13 (and Pre-Bar and Bat Mitzvah) may use time to participate in making or buying food for these dinners as part of their community service activities. What better way to teach what Humanistic Judaism really means. Contact Frances Presma at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to sign up.
Tuna Casserole Recipe
2 bags of noodles (any kind)
3 carrots and 3 celery stalks, chopped
2 large cans of cream of mushroom soup (Food Lion has their own brand)
6-7 cans of chunk light tuna, drained
We continue to collect non-perishable foods for the food banks and old towels/blankets for the animal shelters. We also collect soaps, shampoos, etc. (all those samples that we get and never use) and donate them to the Durham Women’s shelter. Please bring to any congregation event. We will deliver for you!
~Renee and Burt Rauch