The Torah Portion for this Shabbat is Mishpatim

The Torah reading for this week’s Shabbat is Mishpatim (Exodus 21:1-24:18), the sixth portion in the book of Exodus. It includes commandments about a variety of civil and moral laws, plus about the Sabbath day and the Sabbatical Year, and the three pilgrimage festivals (Pesach, Sukkot, and Shavu’ot). The Haftarah reading is Jeremiah 34:8-22, and … [Read more…]

Coming Jewish Holidays

Rosh HaShanah    Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year’s Day, will be observed from the evening of Sunday, September 9, through the evening of Tuesday, September 11. More information will be forthcoming.  

Lake Park Synagogue News

Rabbi Joel Dinin began serving as Lake Park Synagogue’s spiritual leader on Aug. 1. He is shown here at right with his wife Sarah. They have two children, Meira and Michael. More information will be posted later. On Sunday, July 29, 2018, Lake Park Synagogue held a monument unveiling and tribute lunch for Lorraine Hoffmann, … [Read more…]

From the President…

With the arrival of spring we get ready to welcome a new holiday season. Regardless of weather, Pesach with all its preparations and traditions is almost upon us. By now most people are cleaning their kitchens. At Lake Park, we took this commandment to a new level by completely replacing the kitchen. That’s one way to avoid cleaning … [Read more…]

1st Night Seder

Lake Park Synagogue will once again host aseder, this year on the first night of Passover,Friday night April 3rd. This is an excellent way to introduce friends and family to Lake ParkSynagogue, and also an invitation to extend to anyone who may need a place for the holiday.   What will make this night different than all others? This will … [Read more…]