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Rabbi Moshe Edelman

Congregation Etz Chayim Presents Rabbi Moshe Edelman as its Shavuot Scholar in Residence for the weekend of May 18 - 21, 2018

April 26, 2018

Shavuot  Scholar  in Residence Weekend  with  Rabbi Moshe Edelman, May 18-21,2018                      

Over the course of this Shavuot weekend we invite you to learn and be inspired by the teachings of Reb Moshe.


Rabbi Moshe Edelman joins us again from New York City. He has led an extensive career has serving as a Congregational Rabbi, Scholar-in-Residence, High Holy Day Rabbi, facilitator, teacher, and much more.


About Reb Moshe


“Reb Moshe” is a graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary. He served as the rabbi of the North Shore Jewish Center in Port Jefferson as well as Beth El of Cedarhurst, both on Long Island. As the Director of Leadership Development for Conservative synagogues, he created and presented SULAM, a four day program training soon-to-be presidents of shuls. Over a 19 year period, in 38 editions of SULAM, more than 1000 women and men prepared for effective supervision of their congregations.

The rabbi is called on as a scholar in residence and often combines such visits with strategic planning seminars for synagogue officers and trustees. He has also taught at Limmud Winnipeg and Limmud Baltimore. (Perhaps some of us learned with him on his previous visits to our city!) Recently, he has been on the faculty of Camp Ramah, Nyack, New York; rabbi in residence for 14 years at the HAZAK seniors Week of Learning as well as at the Berkshire Hills Senior Retreats. He is even a Kashrut Mashgiach for a New York City restaurant, BENS. Moshe has served the needs of a Health Related Facility for Shabbatot for more than 4 years.

Rabbi Moshe Edelman continues to learn in a chevruta setting of a dozen men and women in his home community of Riverdale (Bronx) New York. The rabbi has been a “second rabbi” for the High Holy Days in large congregations in Northbrook Illinois, Richmond, Virginia, Marlboro, NJ, Adas Israel in Toronto, Agudath Israel in Ottawa and Metuchen,NJ. He has also “solo led” Beit Rayim in Toronto before they elected a rabbi as well as in Massapequa, New York.

           Schedule of Events

Friday, May 18 - Congregational Shabbat Dinner

5:30 PM - Kabbalat Shabbat Service led by Rabbi Edelman & Cantor Tracy Kasner Greaves

6:15 PM - Shabbat Dinner & Learning with Rabbi Edelman

Topic:  WHAT'S IN A NAME? - Shavuot has four names. Weeks. Revelation. Harvest. First Fruits.  Enjoy a brief background to the various rabbinic dimensions to the "most important" Jewish holy days.

Activities for children will be available during the learning

Adult Buffet Menu:                                 

Grilled chicken breast with apricot glaze l Garlic Mashed Potatoes l Green Beans with Mushrooms l Assorted Dainties & Cookies

Members - $28 / Non- Members - $30

Children’s Buffet Menu:

Chicken Fingers (with honey dill sauce) l French Fries l Veggies & Dip l Assorted Dainties & Cookies

Members $12 / Non- Members- $13 (4 & under - FREE)

Special dietary requests must be made at the time of registration.




  • 5:30 PM – Mincha
  • 6:00 PM – Dinner

Cheese Blintzes / Cheese Pizza / Pasta with Tomato Sauce / Caesar Salad

Adults - $15 / Children - $8 (4 & under - FREE)

7:00 PM - Study Session for Adults/Teens with Rabbi Edelman

Topic: “Mentschlichkeit = Yiddishkeit” - A totally interactive study of Jewish ideas in moral and ethical behaviour (Part 1)

* There is no charge for the study session

Children’s activities: Mock Slumber/Pajama Party followed by PJ Library Story Telling with “SPECIAL GUEST STORY READERS” and Yom Tov friendly crafts.Dress in your snazziest PJ’S & come join the fun!!!

  • 8:00 PM – SUNDAE BAR
  • 9:30 PM - Ma’ariv / Havdallah

Fixing the World through Learning.

A Page From “How did Judaism go from Torah to Today...from Commandments to A System of Halacha”. We will follow ONE verse from the Torah through its Journey to Modern Judaism. From Mt. Sinai to 2018.

Refreshments to follow – Cheesecake, Coffee, Tea

For planning purposes please call the synagogue to register. 


 Morning Services and Learning Saturday, May 19 - 9:00 AM – Shabbat Morning Service

Sermon: Everyone Counts: The Secret Keeper - Serach bat Asher - Who is she and what does she have to do with Shavuot?

Kiddush lunch to follow

After Kiddush Study: Ruth: A Study in Themes & Texts: A unique analysis of the traditional Megillah of Shavuot. Torah themes of Famine, Conversion, Acts of Chesed, Levirate Marriage, Hebrew Names and the Roots of the Jewish Messiah are found in RUTH.


Sunday, May 20 – Monday May 21

(First & Second Day of Shavuot)

Shavuot Day 1

9:00 AM – Morning Service

Sunday’s Sermon: The Number ONE Mitzvah in the Torah: For Jews and Non-Jews Alike?

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