Monday, Mar 10, 2014
ח' אדר ב' תשע"ד
8 Adar II 5774
Parshat Hashavua: Tzav
Daf Yomi: Sukah 35
Einstein Haggaddah 2014
For the past five years, we have produced our own AECOM Shul Hagadah. The goal of the project is to allow for everyone interested to submit something short and sweet in order to have some nice ideas to say at the seder without needing to prepare too much. We are looking for “your favorite dvar torah” on any part of the hagadah. It should be a MAX OF 500 WORDS, which is really short and easy to do. We hope to get enough submissions to have a dvar torah on each part of
Although we have two and half months until פסח, we would like to get started early this year. Last year, we only got the printed copies of the הגדות at the very last minute. We hope that by starting early, we will be able to print the final copies of the הגדות with ample time before פסח to distribute a hard copy to everyone who would like one to use at the סדר.
For those who want to help in ways other than writing דברי תורה, we could also use help editing, and designing the הגדה. Last year, we really had to scramble at the last minute to edit out all the mistakes and to design the cover. Those who have a knack for graphic design or editing and have the time to contribute can play a crucial role in publishing the הגדה.
We were able to produce a beautiful הגדה last year only because of community wide participation. Two and half months until סדר night should give everyone an opportunity to contribute to this wonderful community project. If you would like to contribute, please fill out this form:
Feel free to contact Sammy Bergman with any questions.
If you are looking to add more Torah learning into your schedule and are looking for a chavrusa (study partner), the Education Committee would like to help!
Feel free to contact us at email@example.com, specifying what topic you would like to learn (and your flexibility regarding that topic), your general time availability, and any other details you would like to share. We will try to help you find a chavrusa based, and we can put anonymous messages in the shul bulletin to see if anyone else is interested in learning the same Torah subject as you.
We hope this enhances the Talmud Torah we already have!