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Hike Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area with KHL

Sunday, April 29, 2018, 1:00 p.m. to about 3:30 p.m.  Depending on the group's ability and interest we will hike 3-5 miles. Hike in a most unusual and unique natural environment. We will pass through serpentine barrens, home to several rare plants, walk through tall grassy prairies reminiscent of the Midwest, and visit an abandoned chromite mine. Wear sturdy shoes; bring water and snacks.
Directions: Soldiers Delight Visitor Center, 5100 Deer Park Rd, Owings Mills, MD 21117. From I-695, Exit 18, take Liberty Road West approximately 5 miles and make a right on Deer Park Rd. Follow Deer Park for approximately 2 miles--the road to the visitor center will be on the left.  We will assemble near the entrance to the visitor center.
Leaders: Wendy Matt  443-858-0658 and Reuben Dagold 443-996-4772.

Literature at Lunch 

We have all found ourselves at some time in a situation where a person makes an anti-Semitic, racist, or sexist comment. How to respond? In Hortense Calisher's "Old Stock", 15-year-old Hester faces this dilemma as she observes adult hypocrisy and insensitivity by an elderly Christian, snobbish spinster, but also among her fellow Jews.  
In Richard Stern's wry story, "Wanderers," another aging Christian woman sees the Jews around her through a warped lens. 
Join Gail Lipsitz on Saturday, May 19 at noon to discuss these two short stories, which deal with the timely themes of stereotypes, loneliness, and how perspectives evolve through individual relationships. Copies of the stories, authors' bios, and background material on the figure of "The Wandering Jew" are available now in the Kol HaLev room at BMWPC.  
 

The Next Meeting of the Current Events Group. 

 Our group will meet next on Sunday, May 20 in the chapel at BMWPC from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. We will continue to look at actions taken against gun violence, particularly in schools since the February shooting in Florida. We note the March 24, March for Our Lives, and some legislative actions since. Florida and Vermont have taken meaningful action. Maryland has banned 'Bump stocks', and approved a 'red flag' measure to remove guns from people considered dangers to themselves or others. School safety will be enhanced with school safety officers and better planning, some already funded.  
CONTINUE TO PAY ATTENTION!  We will look at momentum and outline actions to keep it going!  (And there will be bagels! )

Upcoming at Kol HaLev

Today's Calendar

Yom Ha'Atzmaut

Tomorrow's Calendar

Kabbalat Shabbat
: 7:00p

Friday Night

Kabbalat Shabbat
: 7:00p

Shabbat Day

Torah Study (Rabbi's Tisch)
: 8:45a
Shabbat Morning Service with Moorthy Bat Mitzvah
: 10:00a

Upcoming Programs & Events

Apr
22
Beit Lev Sunday School
Sunday, Apr 22 10:00a
Apr
22
Rosh Chodesh Gathering
Sunday, Apr 22 4:00p
Apr
29
Youth Music Ensemble Practice
Sunday, Apr 29 9:30a
Apr
29
Hike with KHL
Sunday, Apr 29 1:00p
May
3
Social Justice Meeting
Thursday, May 3 7:00p

Parshat Tazria-Metzora

Shabbat, Apr 21

Yom Ha'Atzmaut

Thursday, Apr 19
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Designate KHL At AmazonSmile

Kol HaLev now has an account with AmazonSmile - basically anyone in the congregation, or elsewhere, can elect to have Amazon donate 0.5% of the purchase price of anything they buy on AmazonSmile credited to Kol HaLev. 
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Kol HaLev every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to KHL. To sign in and designate KHL click on this link:https://smile.amazon.com/ch/20-8933633
To shop at AmazonSmile simply go to smile.amazon.com from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. Make sure you are logged in at AmazonSmile each time you shop.
Thu, April 19 2018 4 Iyyar 5778