“Home for the Holidays!"
Dear Friends and Family of B’nai Jacob,
We are beginning to count down to our Congregation'’s
125th Anniversary! So many have joined us on Facebook and more and more have already indicated they plan to join us for this milestone in our congregation’s history. As we get closer to the weekend of September 27-29, 2019, here are some important scheduling notes and things to keep in mind:
If you haven’t already done so, please join our Facebook page at: B'nai Jacob Synagogue 125th Anniversary. You will not only get the latest information but it will provide the fastest and easiest way to stay in touch.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com.
Please watch your mail for your official invitation.
Look forward to seeing you,
Victor Urecki , Rabbi Gary Sheff, President
We have arranged for a block of rooms at the Charleston Marriott Town Center -see link below but there are several great hotel options in our areas. If you need assistance, reach out to Lynn Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Start Date: Friday, September 27, 2019
End Date: Monday, September 30, 2019
Last Day to Book: Friday, September 13, 2019
Hotel(s) offering your special group rate:
Charleston Marriott Town Center
200 Lee St E, Charleston, WV 25301
Friday night: Dinners will be held at homes throughout the area. Rabbi and Marilyn will be hosting those who keep kosher at the synagogue.
Please let us know if you would like to be a host or need a place to eat on Friday night.
Saturday morning: Kiddush luncheon will follow services.
Saturday evening: Havdalah and dinner at the Charleston Marriott Town Center.
Sunday morning: bagel and lox brunch will take place after minyan.
Sunday night: Rosh Hashana dinner at the Charleston Women’s Club after services.
Home for the Holidays
Beginning in a few weeks, we will be posting short 60 second videos of members and former Charlestonians talking about why they are coming for the anniversary, what they remember about the synagogue and what being a part of B’nai Jacob has meant to their family. If you would like to create one for us, please let us know or simply record yourself and upload them on our Facebook page.