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Traditional Shabbat dinner each week at 8 pm!!
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Clark Lounge, Campus Center, 10am each week
Daily Quote
"Mitzvah" is related to the word "tzavta," which means "joining" and "attachment": by performing a mitzvah, a person is joined to the essence of G-d, who issues that particular command. Thus "The reward of a mitzvah is the mitzvah"--being joined with the essence of the Infinite is itself the deed's reward.
Hayom Yom, Cheshvan 8

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Yom Kippur

September 27 - 28, 2020