• Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26

Synagogue Funds

(In alphabetical order)

Afternoon Day Care Center - Educational & Equipment Fund

This fund is for new equipment for the center and for developing the outdoor play-area.  We are currently planning a basic first aid course run by Magen David Adom (MDA) for our workers in order to increase awareness for immediate response in everyday and emergency situations.

Bikur Cholim (Visiting the Sick) Fund

This is a special fund used for sending flowers to the sick, for arranging transportation for the needy to visit the sick and providing support for families during sickness. 

George Yudkin Z"L Scholarship Fund

This fund is for needy children, one-parent families and new immigrant children attending the Noam Ashkelon Summer Day Camp, Afternoon Day Care Center, Ramah/NOAM Sleepaway Camp, NOAM Shabbatot & other trips.  Also for special scholarships for people from our kehilla attending courses at Machon Schechter in Jerusalem.

New Immigrant Fund

This fund is to help new immigrants get started and settled in Ashkelon. To welcome them to the kehilla and provide any necessary assistance to help involve them in our cultural, educational & social programs.

Passover Fund

This fund enables us to help needy families to acquire the necessary items for the Passover Holiday and to hold a Passover Seder for the needy, new immigrants and elderly who are without family.

Rabbi's Discretionary Fund

A special and private fund handled by our Rabbi for the special needs of sick, needy and poor families to be given out at his discretion. We also provide special packages sent to soldiers

Rav Moshe Cohen Z"L Fund

This Fund is especially for the purchase of religious items – Siddurim, Chamushim, Kippot and Talitot. We are currently purchasing Tikkunim for the new Torah readers who have just completed a course for Torah Reading with Rabbi Suraszki.

 

Your contribution to any of these funds will permit our kehilla to continue current religious, cultural & educational programs, to extend our outreach facilities into the larger community of Ashkelon & to develop the Masorti (Conservative) spiritual vision to make Judaism more accessible to the many Israelis who yearn for an alternative to Orthodoxy.


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Thank you for your support and be sure to visit us during your next trip to Israel!

 

Please call us at: #972-8-6711370/1

or e-mail at: kehillat@zahav.net.il

or contact us via this website.

 

The Masorti Movement is committed to a pluralistic, egalitarian, and democratic vision of Zionism. Masorti represents a “third” way. Not secular Judaism. Not ultra-Orthodoxy. But a Jewish life that integrates secular beliefs. Halakhah with inclusion and egalitarianism. Tradition that recognizes the realities of today’s world. Masorti engages tens of thousands of Israelis each year, young and old, native born as well as olim from around the globe.
Contact The Kehilla
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8 Harel Street, POB. 5041, Ashkelon 78150, Israel | Tel: 08-6711370/1 | Fax: 08-63737656 | kehillat@zahav.net.il