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News and Notes

Chanukah: 4 Candles: Chanukah: 5 Candles: Chanukah: 6 Candles: Shabbat candle lighting: Chanukah: 7 Candles: Rosh Chodesh Tevet occurs on This week’s Torah portion is Parashat Miketz
Havdalah candle lighting: Chanukah: 8 Candles: Rosh Chodesh Tevet occurs on Chanukah: 8th Day occurs on

Service Times
7:30 pm Friday evening Kabbalat Shabbat 
9:15 am Saturday Shabbat morning
5:30 pm Havdalah Saturday evening (varies with sunset)
9:00 am Sunday Minyan

The Rabbi’s Adult Ed Class has a new link.

A note from the office:

The best way to reach the office is via email.  
A mask must be worn and social distance respected at all times.   Please, do not randomly go to the synagogue!  
We can do everything we need to do over email, the phone or Internet.
Everyone – stay safe and stay healthy.  

How to be a Pantry Kiddush Sponsor:

  1. Pick a Shabbat
  2. Donate $180 (or the amount of your choice) to sponsor your “kiddush” via the FJCC to the Flemington Food Pantry (or split between the Food Pantry and the FJCC)
Your sponsorship will be listed in News & Notes the week of your “kiddush” and announced during Bima Announcements to celebrate, to remember, just because!

FJCC Giving Garden

Get out of your house.
Come into the fresh air.
Make a difference to those in need of food.

The FJCC Giving Garden is entering our 7th season of providing fresh vegetables to local food pantries and we need your help. ·      

  • Planters
  • Laborers (Soil movers. Great exercise!!)
  • Waterers
  • Weeders

We also need gardening advice, contributions of mature and maturing plants, and dollars to enable our growth.
Excellent community service opportunity for high schoolers.

*** No gardening experience needed. 

“You must love the stranger, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.”

One of our neighbors, Pastor Liz Estes, has established a “go-fund-me” drive to support families in Hunterdon country who lack appropriate documentation. There are last count, 44 of these. They are scared, vulnerable, and in very dire straits. Please, go to Pastor Liz’s go-fund-me site and donate generously. If you remember, put “FJCC” next to your name, so people recognize our community. It costs $1,000 to support a family; please donate as much as you are able:

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