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Cheshbon haNefeshClick HERE for the Cheshbon haNefesh worksheet from Rabbi Geffen. The month of Elul and, in particular, the 10 Days of Awe from Rosh Hashanah through Yom Kippur (Yamim Nora’im), call us to look within, look back and look ahead. In this transitional time we are to acknowledge where and how we have fallen short so that we can change and enter the new year with a clean slate and a commitment to change. This personal accounting is called a Cheshbon haNefesh – an accounting of the soul.
Join the North Shore Congregation Legacy CirclePlease join our North Shore Congregation Israel Legacy Circle by signing a Declaration of Intent to leave a gift to NSCI in your will or estate plan. Since everyone has a unique family and financial situation, legacy gifts of any size can be designed to match individual circumstances. Click HERE to find out more about this program. The 14th Annual Operation Backback at NSCIThe Jordan Community School now has all their supplies for the year and then some, thanks to the visionary Lois Scheyer, our team leaders Chadd and Susan Berkun, our transportation coordinator Dave Rothschild, the NSCI TYG and Neil Rigler, along with countless NSCI volunteers. Click the video link to the left and check out this amazing video created by the talented Mitch Cohen!
NSCI is Streaming Services OnlineClick HERE to view services that are streaming live, as well as a list of archived services. When viewing the player, there is a button on the lower right hand side that will allow you to view the player in full screen mode.
Swab a Cheek – Save a Life! Join our Gift of Life Bone Marrow DriveThursday, September 25, Rosh Hashanah8:30 am – 2:00 pm, Rebecca K. Crown Social HallOur congregation has partnered with Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation and the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism to bring an exciting and unique opportunity to help save lives through a donor recruitment drive. Potential donors will be entered into the bone marrow registry. Registration is simple, it requires a quick cheek swab and completion of a consent form. Potential donors must be between the ages of 18 and 60 and in general good health. The only way to know if you can help save a life is to take the first step and get tested! The entire process takes less than 10 minutes. Joining the registry does not mean you will automatically be a donor, but it does mean you can be a potential donor until your 61st birthday. No need to pre-register, just walk in. MORE EVENTS
North Shore Congregation Israel is affiliatedwith the Union for Reform Judaism.