FRIDAY NIGHT AT EMANUEL
Guest in the Pulpit
Judge Jack B. Weinstein
will offer the lecture
"Difficult Moral Choices: Gaza"
Sept. 12, 2014 at 7:30pm
It is with pride and pleasure that the officers and board of Temple Emanuel of Great Neck announce that the Honorable Jack B. Weinstein, Senior U.S. District Judge of the Eastern District of New York and longtime Honorary Trustee of Temple Emanuel, will speak from the pulpit, Sept. 12, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. He will offer the talk: "Difficult Moral Choices: Gaza."
For thirty years, Jack B. Weinstein has championed the fight for an independent judiciary. As a federal district judge (and later chief judge) for the Eastern District of New York, he has written, lectured, and testified about the importance of fostering strong, free-thinking jurists in the U.S. courts. As senior judge (with semi-retired status) since 1988, he chooses only the complex cases he wishes to hear, yet continues to be a watchdog for those in society most vulnerable to exploitation. An activist judge in an increasingly conservative environment, Judge Weinstein perseveres with his controversial, hands-on approach to resolving court cases, and continues to have an impact
on a myriad of lives.
All members of the community are invited to attend the Sabbath Eve Service.
Temple Emanuel of Great Neck is located at 150 Hicks Lane..
Call 516.482.5701 for information.
Selihot Concert & Service
begins at 7:00pm with BUFFET DINNER & DESSERT catered by COLBEH —
Selihot Concert begins at 8:00
with Cantor Bernard Fitch, Cantor Elliot Levine,
the Emanuel Choir and Instrumentalists
under the direction of David Graf, organist & pianist
Selihot Service begins at 9:15
September 20 , 2014 at 7:00pm
We cordially invite the congregation and members of the community to join us for our Selihot Concert and Service on Saturday evening, September 20, 2014.
The event will begin in our ballroom at 7:00 with a festive buffet dinner and dessert reception catered by Colbeh. Then, at 8:00, members and guests will move into the sanctuary and enjoy the stirring voices of Cantor Bernard Fitch, Cantor Elliot Levine, cantorial soloists of the Emanuel Choir, as well as ensemble playing and accompaniment by violin, flute and double bass, under the direction of our music director David Graf, organist and pianist. The theme for the concert is "Music That Inspires."
Immediately following the conert, at 9:15, Rabbi Widom, Rabbi Kehati, Rabbi Agin, Cantor Fitch, Cantor Levine and the Emanuel Choir, will offer the Selihot Service, concluding at 10:00 with a coffee hour.
We do hope that you will join us for what promises to be a moment of contemplative beauty as we stand upon the threhold of a New Year.
Admission is FREE; RSVP by calling 516.482.5701.