Thursday, January 16, 2014
Temple Sinai & Congregation Am Tikva's Healing Service - my farewell
Last night was my last time at Temple Sinai and Congregation Am Tikva’s Healing Service (CAT is my shul, and we live at TS).
It’s been held about every other month and on Yom Kippur for close to 14 years -- yes, we’ve been celebrating our b’nai mitzvah -- and I’ve been attending for the last several. They dedicated the service to me –- as well as to two Temple Sinai members who passed away this week, one of whom was also a Healing Service member, may their memories be a blessing –- and were otherwise really lovely. I actually have a cold this week, but am so glad I could and did go. Special thanks to service leaders Marvin Kabakoff (also the primary service leader at CAT), Deena Blau and Dayse Waissman, as well as Dayse’s husband Roberto and others who have led us in the past.
Here are Deena, Dayse and Marvin at the 13th anniversary service.
And here is the door sign I made as a parting gift.