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Join us at Congregation Shaareth Israel for a Shabbat dinner Friday at 6:30, followed by Simchat Torah service at 7:30! Hope to see you there!  

 

 

For event information, to make a donation, or info on student participation we welcome your inquiry.  Please feel free to email:

holden.wilen@ttu.edu

 

Stop by our Shabbat services or have a good time hanging with Tech's Jewish student organization!

 

This week's Parsha- Genesis 1:1-6:8

Sukkot Stories

JOIN US FOR SHABBAT!

Every Semester, the Hillel Society at Texas  Tech University holds weekly services (except during High Holidays, Finals and Vacations). These are the among our most popular gatherings, and we welcome comments and suggestions for future Shabbats. Along with weekly on-campus services, Texas Tech Hillel is an active part of Congregation Shaareth Israel here in Lubbock. The synagogue is incredibly supportive of Hillel and helps create our Jewish home away from home.

It is extremely important to Hillel that our members attend our services held on campus. These services generally start around 5:00 and run about 30 minutes. Of course the organization is entirely students, we understand the stress of class and work can weigh a person down; but we see this as all the more reason TO attend rather than an excuse not to. Our Jewish presence at Texas Tech is very important and we are proud to represent Judaism here in Lubbock. Help show your pride at Hillel Shabbat!

SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING EVENTS:
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Time    

Event

Location

Every Friday TBA Hillel Shabbat TBA

10/12

8:00 pm Sukkot begins  

10/14

8:00 pm Sukkot/Shabbat Service Shaareth Israel

10/15

6:00 pm Football v. Kansas State TTU

10/16

11:00 am Sukkot decorating Shaareth Israel

10/16

12:00 pm Sukkot potluck Shaareth Israel

 

     

 

 

 

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Blessed Shall you be in your comings, and Blessed Shall you be in your goings.

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