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Join us Friday nights for Shabbat Services! Wine & Cheese Reception - 5:30 pm | Shabbat Service - 6:00 pm | Oneg to follow

​​A Torah Thought
from Rabbi Zylberman

This weekend marks the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht, “the Night of Broken Glass” during which hundreds of synagogues were destroyed, 7,500 Jewish-owned businesses, homes and schools were ransacked and 91 Jews were murdered across Germany, Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia. In the aftermath of these anti-Jewish riots, Nazi officials blamed the Jews for the violence and destruction, arresting 30,000 Jewish men, sending them to concentration camps and levying a one billion Reichsmarks fine on the German Jewish community. Often seen as the beginning of the Holocaust, it is our duty to remember this terrible tragedy. May we ensure that such a catastrophe never again befalls our people, or any people, by standing up against bigotry, intolerance, incitement and violence wherever they are found.