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Sister Colleen was born and raised in Niagara Falls, NY (and worked the midnight shift at the Falls while in college!). After High school, she entered the Stella Niagara Sisters of St. Francis. After three years, she left the Order to finish college and get a teaching job, returning to the Order five years later to teach grade school in New Monmouth, NJ and at Stella. Following those years, she was sent to Columbus, Ohio where she switched from teaching to parish work, getting a Master's Degree in Theology from Dayton University. In 1995, she came to Santa Fe and has had 20 great years as Director of Family Life at Santa Maria de la Paz.
5:00 pm Dinner and program followed by 6:30 pm Erev Shabbat Service
Cost for dinner: $20 adult; $10 child 3-12; under 3 free
Pre-registration and payment required by Wednesday, February 17. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Click below to hear Rabbi Neil's conversation with Mary Charlotte on the Santa Fe Radio Cafe.
November 20, 2015
by Rabbi Neil Amswych
Throughout the High Holy Days, Rabbi Neil's sermons explored responses to differing versions of the question, "Why Are We Here....?"
From "Why are we here in services?" to "Why are we here at all?", each sermon connected to the others while also standing alone.
A summary sheet for personal study and reflection based on the series of five sermons can be opened and downloaded below.
Friday, February 12
6:30 pm Erev Shabbat Service
Saturday, February 13
9:00 am Torah study with Bagels, Lox, and Coffee, SH
10:30 am Morning Service
Monday, February 15
Monday Morning Minyan and Study led by Aaron Wolf and Dana Densmore
If you have an upcoming special occasion, the TBS Social Hall is available to rent. For information, see the Social Hall Rental page.
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