- Spiritual Practice
Mincha Ma’ariv Service (Online)
- Saturday, May 21
- 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Our Mincha Ma’ariv service includes the celebration of the B’Mitzvah of Cameron Bloch and Isabella Rosen. Please take note: This service is being held remotely and will be a private family service.
Hello fellow readers! In this edition of the Bulletin I’m going to tell you a bit about myself and my family. My name is Cam Bloch. You could say I am a bit of a gamer. Every day when I come home, I love to hop on my computer and play with my friends. Video games make me happy because I get to spend time with my friends and use my creativity. Additionally, I am passionate about watching and playing hockey.
I have one younger brother named Jonathan, age 10. I also live with my two parents, one of whom claims they are only 27 (cough, cough Dad). In the family, I’m the handyman, the IT support, and really whatever my family needs of me at the moment. Also, I’m the one who hits the sack last.
I attend 7th grade at Beaver Country Day School. All of my classes are enjoyable, but I find science the most interesting. I love science class the best, as it’s the most hands-on class by far. I also have an awesome teacher.
To me, becoming a Bar Mitzvah will be the payoff of all my efforts leading up to this point. Once I’m a Bar Mitzvah I will proudly wear that title like a crown. For Ma’asim Tovim, I’m planning to assist JF&CS Family Table in delivering food to those in need. I’m looking forward to bringing joy to families and also feeling a sense of fulfillment.
Hi TBE Community, my name is Bella Rosen. I’m in 7th grade at Wayland Middle School. My favorite classes are English, Art, and PE. But the thing I like most about WMS is my friends. I live with my mom and dad and my older brother, Jack. I love doing gymnastics because you can be creative with your body. I also love playing golf, because I get to play with my family. You can usually find me drawing little cartoons, because I love being creative. I spend the summer at Camp Matoaka in Maine. It’s one of my favorite places! Working towards my Bat Mitzvah has been difficult sometimes, but has been really rewarding. For my service project, my mom and I have been volunteering at Cradles to Crayons. We sort clothing, accessories, and books for kids who are homeless or do not have the resources to get these items. I love this project because I know I’m helping kids in need and putting smiles on their faces.