Isaac's Mitzvah Details
With love and pride, we ask that you join us for Isaac's Bar Mitzvah and share in our joy at the celebrations that follow.
Michelle and Lois Feinberg
The Bar Mitzvah
May 13, 2017
756 East Broad Street
Westfield, New Jersey
immediately following the service
500 Rahway Avenue
Westfield, New Jersey
Please reply by April 14th to let us know if you will be joining us.
Services begin promptly at 10:15 a.m. and will end at approximately noon.
The kiddush luncheon will end at approximately 2:00 p.m.
Pick up at the end of the party is at 11:00 p.m.
The Armory entrance and parking are both located at the rear of the building.
Parents please remind your unaccompanied children that Isaac has worked hard to prepare for this day. The expected behavior in the synagogue during services is attentive and quiet except during times of participation.
Concrete and heels just do not mix instead wear your fanciest rubber soled kicks.
Isaac's Mitzvah Project
A message from Isaac:
I have decided to focus my mitzvah project on ways that I can help with food insecurity and helping people that are less privileged than myself. The way that I plan to help is by volunteering at Jewish Family Services in their food pantry. One way I will be helping is to stock the shelves and pack food boxes.
Another way I plan to help is by collecting much needed items that are not available at the pantry. Some of the most needed items are:
- feminine hygiene products
- travel toiletries collected from hotels
- other toiletries
If you would like to help, you can make a donation of any of these items. I will have a collection bin at my house, at temple during the service and at the party at night. If you can't drop your donation off please let me know and I will come pick it up from you.
Isaac is participating in the Remember Us: The Holocaust Bnai Mitzvah Project. He has taken on the responsibility of remembering a child of the Holocaust who died before he became a Bar Mitzvah. This child was uniquely assigned to Isaac.
Isaac will remember Ytzkhak Klein
Ytzkhak was born in Makariya, Lithuania in 1931. His father’s name was Shloime and his mother’s name was Sheina. Ytzkhak died in the Shoah in 1941. He was 10 years old.
Isaac has made a donation to the Remember Us Project in honor of his bar mitzvah. If you would like to learn more about it visit http://www.remember-us.org.