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Heroine Spy Marthe Cohn - via Zoom

This is an increasingly rare opportunity to hear FIRST-HAND from one of the great heroes of WWII!

Marthe Cohn, a Jewish woman, served as a a SPY  for the French resistance BEHIND ENEMY LINES in Nazi Germany 

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Join in this Sunday, Nov. 1 at 6:00 pm 

Direct Zoom Link:

Co-hosted by Chabad of the Bay Area

Movie Trailer: The Accidental Spy 


Watch: Last night's Parsha class

Gain insight and inspiration from the first Torah portion - click here to watch.

Our weekly class, Let's Learn Parsha, is held Thursdays at 7:00 pm via Zoom! 

Grand SIMCHAT TORAH Celebration!


 Simchas Torah

Join us Saturday Night, Oct 10 at 7:30 pm for the Grand Simchat Torah Celebration!

  • Traditional Hakafot with the Torah and rejoicing on this special day!
  • Hot hors d'oeuvres, cake, drinks and L'chaim!

Note: Facemasks and the usual safety measures will be followed, Hakafot will be shorter than usual and any 'dancing' will be spread out.


  • Join us again on Simchat Torah Day, Sunday, Oct 11 at 11 am for conclusion and start of the Torah!

Shabbat & Holiday Services: Oct 10-11

IN PERSON SERVICES - Shabbat, Shmini-Atzeret & Simchat Torah Services!

Shabbat Morning, Oct 10 - Shmini-Atzeret 

  • Start of morning service at 10 am
    Torah portion at around 11 am
    Followed by Yizkor & Musaf

Saturday Evening, Oct 10 - Grand Simchat Torah Celebration!

  • Starts at 7:30 pm - Brief Maariv evening service, lively 'Hakafot' dancing with the Torah along with hot hors d'oeuvres and L'Chaim drinks! (Masks, distancing will be followed)

 Sunday Morning, Oct 11 - Simchat Torah Day

  • Start of morning service at 10 am
  • Conclusion and start of the Torah at around 11 am

L'Chaim, Cake & Shake

Join us for the annual L'Chaim, Cake & Shake!

Stop by to shake the Lulav & Etrog and enjoy some light cake & drink refreshments in the Sukkah! 

Monday, Oct. 5th
4:00 to 7:00 pm

At Rabbi Yitzchok & Malky's Sukkah in League City (if you need the address simply reply to this email)

No need to reserve, just stop by during the above Open Sukkah hours!  

Outdoors, spacious and safe! 

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