Parshat Achrei Mot/ פרשת אחרי מות
שביעי של פסח
Friday, April 26, 2019 / כ״א ניסן תשע״ט
Weekly Shabbat Bulletin
Shabbat Times

Friday Night
Candlelighting 6:59pm
from existing flame
Mincha 7:00pm

Hashkama Minyan 7:30am
Shacharit 8:30am
Mincha 6:50pm
Seudah Shlishit
Maariv 7:57pm 
Weekday Davening
Shacharit 7:30am
Mincha/Maariv 7:00pm




         SNAC Cook Book

The Wonderful SNAC cooks have put their heads together and produced a Cook Book.

See here for details and ordering.



In commemoration of Yom HaShoah
SNAC invites you to attend an


This is no charge for this event as it has been generously underwritten by several SNAC members
You’re invited to SNAC’s premier WHISKY TASTING EVENT!
Wednesday, May 29th, 2019
Hear about the history and background of Scottish Whisky.

 Single Malts are best enjoyed with great company, so join us as we explore the tastes and tales from some of the finest Single Malt Scotch Whiskies.

Experience a guided tasting of five expressions,
hosted by our SNAC industry expert , Orry Lovat.

100NIS per person
All welcome! RSVP to hold your spot - Limited space available
Light snacks served

Join us as we visit
Sunday, May 19th, 2019
with our guides and SNAC members:
Miriam and Rabbi Yisrael Haber

Journey from Netanya to the Southern Golan
where we will visit:

Mitzpe l'Shalom - the Peace Vista
We will begin at this stunning viewpoint which offers what is hands-down the most spectacular view you’ll find in Israel’s Southern Golan.

Tel Saki

At the battle of Tel Saki, one of the first of the 1973 Israeli Yom Kippur War, a handful of Israeli paratroopers and armored soldiers stood their ground, fighting off thousands of Syrian troops for three days. 

Outnumbered 100 to 1, with barely any weapons, ammunition or food, the brave young men at the Battle of Tel Saki drew upon their love of one another and for the State of Israel to stop the Syrian army from entering Israel. Amidst the fear and frenzy of battle, they never gave up.
Come hear their story

Lunch will be in Katzrin at the local mall where you can purchase lunch from a selection of dairy and meat fast food restaurants
OR bring your own lunch!

Umm El Kanatir
Highlight of the Day!
The synagogue, with its ornately carved basalt Torah ark, was built in the 1st century but extensively renovated some 500 years later. The building, which collapsed in the catastrophic earthquake of 749 CE, measured 18 meters long by 13 meters wide, and is calculated to have been 12 meters high. That impressive size made it one of the biggest of the 30 ancient synagogues discovered in the Golan Heights.


Time permitting

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