Carl Sunshine, firstname.lastname@example.org, helps arrange co-sponsored kiddushes in honor of birthdays, anniversaries, or yahrzeits. He can also advise on individually sponsored kiddushes for major events.
Coordinator: Essia Cartoon-Fredman, email@example.com , opens the tent of home hospitality for newcomers and others. If you’d like to share a Shabbat or holiday meal in the home of Library Minyan members, contact her to arrange a shidduch.
Frumi Gluck, firstname.lastname@example.org, supports Library Minyan members during the birth/adoption of a child, illness or death in the family. Contact Frumi if you or another member of our community needs assistance with meals.
Coordinators: Zwi Reznik & Rachel Rubin Green, email@example.com, know that everyone has at least one d’var Torah in them. We take pride in the range of people who offer Torah wisdom.
Coordinator: Russell Cohen, HaftarahCoordinator@libraryminyan.org encourages people to return to their Bat/Bar Mitzvah Haftarah or take on a new one.
Coordinator: Paul Miller, Paul.Alan.Miller@gmail.com. Paul welcomes new and returning leyners for short and longer aliyot. The Library Minyan follows the Triennial Cycle.
Larry Herman chairs the Gabbaim & Coordinators Committee.
Current gabbaim are: Howard Fredman, Anita Happel, Myron Hecht, andTeri Cohan Link. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Gabbaim recruit and guide those playing active roles in services, and arrange for aliyot and other honors. Individual gabbaim here.
Sandra Braun, GreetingCoordinator@libraryminyan.org. Greeters stand near the Chapel door through Shacharit and welcome people arriving. Being greeter is a great way connect with other members.
Committee Co-Chairs: Michelle Wolf and Deborah Blum, email@example.com, and their committee arrange pot-luck dining and other social events, mostly off-site from TBA.
Jerry Krautman, firstname.lastname@example.org, heads the Steering Committee, provides liaison with Temple Beth Am, and serves as point person for members and visitors who have question concerning Minyan policy or practice.