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Welcome to YITH! We think of the shul as our second home, and are so glad for you to join us.

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Chanukah at YITH

See below for all the fun and festivities happening at YITH over Chanukah 5778!

 

Please click here for the full schedule of events over Chanukah 5778 at YITH!

Shabbat Family Chanukah Dinner

Join your friends and family for a Family Shabbat Chanukah dinner at YITH, with a delicious menu, fun and games for the kids, and a fascinating talk for adults.

Click here for more information, including the menu, to become a sponsor or to register!

Thank you to our sponsors:

Renee & Davi Kutner, in honor of Hadar and Efrat, and in honor of the visit of Hadar’s parents, Shlomo and Orit, and sister Hallel

Ellie Schainker & Hillel Glazer

Lynn & Ed Koffsky

Registration closes Monday, December 11th.


Wine, Dine & Shine Chanukah Party

Please join us at YITH, Motzei Shabbat, December 16th at 8:30pm for an exciting evening with Comic Mentalist and Hypnotist Ronnie Baras. Cost is $18 per person and includes a tasty Latke Bar, as well as beer and wine cocktails.

For a preview of Ronnie Baras’ amazing show, please visit his website at www.ronniebaras.com.

Click HERE to RSVP for this fun evening out or visit www.yith.org.


YITH Annual Chanukah Carnival

All kids and parents are invited to YITH on Sunday, December 17th from 2:00—4:00pm for our Annual Chanukah Carnival organized by Bnei Akiva Atlanta. Enjoy games, prizes, pizza lunch and more! This event is free to attend--tickets and food will be sold. Also, please bring a NEW & UNWRAPPED toy to be donated to the Aflac Childrens Cancer Center at CHOA. If you would like to volunteer at the carnival please contact youth@yith.org

YITH's Yoetzet Halacha Tova Warburg Sinensky

YITH's Yoetzet Halacha, Tova Warburg Sinensky, is accessible to our community throughout the year for questions and consultations through phone, email and text in her role as a Halachik advisor regarding taharat hamishpacha and mikvah observance.
 

Tova can be reached by phone/text at 470-231-5058 and by email at yoetzet@yith.org. For more information about YITH's Yoetzet Initiative, or Tova, please visit the web page at www.yith.org/yoetzethalacha

          Kol Nidre Appeal 5778

Thank you very much to all of you who already have contributed so generously to our Kol Nidre Appeal!

 
To those of you who have not yet contributed, we kindly request that you give strong consideration to making your pledge prior to Sukkot. Pledges can be paid out over the coming 11 months. We really want 100% participation from our membership. For some that means $36, for some that means $180 or $360, for others it means $1,000, and for others it means $1,800 or significantly more. We understand everyone has their own set of financial circumstances, and members give in a variety of different ways. We appreciate each and every donation.
 
Our shul relies upon this particular appeal for a significant portion of our annual operating budget.  This is our second home and the shul is very important to all of us.  We have this beautiful space, and we need your continued financial support.

To donate to the Kol Nidre Appeal 5778 please visit this link. Thank you for your continued support. 

Click HERE to read the inspiring Kol Nidre Appeal given by YITH president Hillel Glazer.

     Hurricane Irma Information

With deep gratitude to the Orthodox Union for their support from the very start of our efforts to support those evacuating the South Florida area. If you would like to offer appreciation and support for our community's Hachnasat Orchim efforts please donate  here.

Our New Building

The dream of our own Mikdash Me'at is now a reality! We encourage you to visit us and take note of the exceptional work done by our new building committee and the construction team.

Become a part of the process by pledging to the Capital Campaign today. Please contact the New Building Committee at newbuilding@yith.org for more information.

Wed, December 13 2017 25 Kislev 5778