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Adath Israel Singers – Our congregation loves to sing rather than be sung to. That was the idea when we formed the Adath Israel Singers many years ago – a congregational singing group rather than a formal choir. Visitors to our services often remark upon what a wonderful “singing” congregation we have. This is largely due to the Adath Israel Singers, who lead from the ranks as it were, providing the harmony and depth to the congregation’s melody.
Over the years, we have amassed a very large repertoire ranging from the purely liturgical numbers to Yiddish songs, Holiday and secular Israeli music and even non-Jewish music. In fact, we will sing anything we can handle. Front and center at Purim, Chanukah and other joyous events, we are discreetly in the background at other times.
Come and join us at a rehearsal and then enhance our Shabbat services with your voice and enthusiasm! Contact Joel Kutner at [email protected] for more information.
Legacy – Legacy Society sustains a tradition of vital importance by ensuring the future growth and welfare of Adath Israel. As a member, you can choose to make gifts of lasting value by making a bequest to Adath Israel in your will, creating a legacy of tzedakah that will live on once you are gone. Leaving a Legacy through Planned Giving at Adath Israel is ultimately a statement of support for Adath Israel’s bright future.
- is easy to set up;
- does not affect current cash flow;
- may include a variety of funding sources;
- provides the ability to designate what your funds will support;
- is deductible for estate tax purposes; and
- will be recognized if you so desire.
To learn how you can become a Legacy Society Member or to receive a Statement of Intent, please contact Lauren Marks-Cabañas at [email protected] or 610-934-1903.
Membership – Our Membership Committee reaches out to potential members and welcomes new members in person to ensure that they feel the warmth of our shul. If you are interested in helping us grow and prosper as a community, please feel free to contact Beth Schonberger at [email protected] or [email protected].
Ritual – The Ritual Committee, a diverse group that is representative of the congregation, works closely with our clergy to review the congregation’s spiritual needs as well as religious programs and services, including Shabbat, daily minyanim and holiday observances. Members work with the clergy to recommend policy, manage procedures, discuss questions of Halachah, educate, encourage participation and work to involve our members and youth in the religious life of Adath Israel and the community. For more information, please contact Mitchell Shore or David Raizen.