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Tuesday, April 25, 2017  | Click here for the MRT website
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Shabbat Schedule
 
Friday, April 28th
7pm Shabbat Service
Seeds of Spirituality: Duality
 
Saturday, April 29th
B'nai Mitzvahs of Hope and Dylan Schneider
 
 
Friday, May 5th
first friday
First Friday
5:30pm Pre-neg
6pm Shabbat Services
followed by Pot-Luck Dinner
A-F Salad, G-Z Pasta/Chicken
Please bring enough for 10-112
 
Saturday, May 6th
Bat Mitzvah of Cameron Osofsky
 
 
Every Saturday morning in the Library:
9am-9:30am Shabbat Services
9:30am-10:30am Torah Talks Study Session

Seeds of Spirituality: Duality  4/28/17 at 7pm
Jews on the Chocolate Trail & THE MRT ANNUAL MEETING --May 7th
Gan Mazon News
Time to Think of Spring Planting
In our Gan Mazon/Garden of Plenty
davidlevinsky@optonline.net
 
Please drop off tied bundles of newspapers the size of the NY Times, Wall Street Journal or Asbury Park Press in the garden shed - located facing the religious school entrance. Filter out "throw away advertisements."
Please ask your local supermarket for a few extra plastic bags when doing your weekly grocery shopping. For sanitary reasons, Rutgers University now strongly recommends that all community gardens deliver their produce to pantries in clean/unused plastic or paper bags. (No newspaper plastic sleeves.)
Last season, 1,300 lbs. of organic produce were delivered to several local food pantries. With a few additional volunteer hours, we could set a record----contact me to become involved.
 
Social Action projects
COLLECTING BICYCLE HELMETS FOR SHINE-A-LIGHT
Under the leadership of Dean Ross, MRT has been working with St. Anthony's Church in Red Bank to provide and install bicycle lights, without charge, to those who need them, most recently on the evening of March 27.  The program enhances the safety of many who use bicycles for transportation around the Red Bank Area.  Over 200 sets of bicycle lights have been donated and installed over the past two years.  As part of the program, we also give away bicycle helmets.  The next evening installation for lights will be on April 17.
 
A box will be placed in the cloak room at MRT to place donated helmets.
 
INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY PROMISE AND 'TRAINING'
April 27th - 6:30pm
Pilgrim Baptist Church
172 Shrewsbury Avenue, Red Bank

Family Promise provides homeless children and their families with food, shelter and comprehensive services by partnering with our community.

MRT is a "support congregation". We need volunteers willing to spend a few hours a year or a few hours a month to help
homeless children and their families.
www.familypromisemc.org

Please attend this introduction to learn how you can help.
Contact Kay Wiesenfeld with any questions
k.wiesenfeld@gmail.com
In the Community
 
 
Cantor Clissold is leading a trip to Cuba--January 21-28  2018
Hebrew Nationals 2017 Softball Schedule
MRT April 2017 Bulletin
Weekly Meetings and Events
 
Tuesday, April 25th
No meetings or events at night
 
Wednesday, April 26th
4pm Religious School
 
Thursday, April 27th
No meetings or events
 
Friday, April  28th
1pm Office Closing
3:45pm Shabbat @ Chelsea
Sunday, April 30th
9:30am Religious School--Yom Haatzmaut Program
9:30am Bagels and Blocks
12:15pm Teacher meeting
 
Monday, May 1st
1pm Office Closing
7:30pm Men's Club Board
 
Tuesday, May 2nd
9:45am Study Group
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332 Hance Avenue
Tinton Falls, NJ 07724