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Chizuk Amuno Congregation

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We welcome you and your family to continue to learn and pray with us each day in ways that we
believe will elevate your search for meaning and deepen your faith.

We also invite you to keep in touch, reach out to us in times of need, and stay informed as
we explore together the challenges and responses to COVID-19 through a Jewish lens.

Although our campus is temporarily closed, our community and all that we are able to
offer at this time remain available and open to you in new and exciting ways. Some of our current offerings are listed below.
May we all enjoy in peace, community, and good health!

Report Card for a Class of Adult Learners

Dear Thursday Morning Students:

There are no report cards for adult learners in synagogue, so permit me to write a letter instead as we reach the end of our first semester.

Thank you for the great privilege of being your teacher. For some of you this was our first year together, and for some of us this was our 17th year studying together. For all those years, it has undoubtedly been a highlight of my week. Your questions have pushed me to become a better teacher, a more thorough presenter, an enhanced student of Torah. You have made Torah your plaything, your object of desire, your sparring partner (bar plugta), your loving companion and in this you have inspired me.

Over the years we have studied Mishnah, Talmud, Bible, Parshat Hashavua, Responsa, Great Jewish Books. You have been open to it all, patient with me and with each other and welcomed each subject and text. You have exemplified the Mishnaic dictum, hafokh ba ve hafokh ba de kula ba turn it and turn it again for everything is contained in it. This year we have turned it once again.

As we set out for a winter hiatus let me express my gratitude for many happy hours in the classroom. There has been much joyful learning in our Beit Midrash – so may it be for many more years to come.

L’Shalom,

Debi