• Israel Fest 2016

    Sunday, June 5, noon–4pm

    Location: Lerner Town Square @ Tysons II
    Join the community in celebrating Israel’s 68th year of independence! 

     

     

  • Need a gift for a B'nai Mitzvah?  Wedding? Birthday? Anniversary?  Baby?  Check out our Judaica Shop, Jewish Treasures

  • Good Deeds Day 2016

    Rabbi Ravski helping out

  • Helping Out The Community

  • World Wide Wrap 2016

  • OT staff ready for "TV" Purim

     

  • Welcome

    Welcome to Congregation Olam Tikvah, "World of Hope" in the heart of Jewish Fairfax.

Annual Membership Meeting & Brunch

Sunday, June 5, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. The meeting will be a wonderful opportunity to socialize with your fellow congregants, conduct synagogue business, and enjoy a delicious brunch. A quorum of 5% of all adult members in good standing is required to elect Officers and Directors who run unopposed.  While there is no charge for the brunch, we need your RSVP in order to ensure that we have enough food.  To register online click here or call the office. 

The agenda for the Annual Membership Meeting will include:

1.      President’s Remarks

2.      Presentation of Awards

3.      Presentation of Fiscal Year 2017 Budget

4.      Election of Officers and Directors

Rabbi Kalender to receive Matthew H. Simon Rabbincal Award

Wednesday, June 1, 7:00pm - 9:00pm.  At the Federation’s Annual meeting, Rabbi Kalender and Rabbi Schwartzman (Temple Rodef Shalom) will  be honored by receiving the Matthew H. Simon Rabbinical Award. The award is presented to a Rabbi for contributing valuable knowledge, commitment and leadership to the community.  Masters of Ceremonies for the evening are Marilyn & Michael Hausfeld. The meeting is open to the community and is being held at the Arlington campus of George Mason University Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Dr. Arlington. For more information and to rsvp: http://www.shalomdc.org/event/federations-annual-meeting/.

Adult Education - TISHA B’AV – Jewish Day of National Mourning

Wednesdays 7:30pm, May 25, June 8. The 9th of the month of Av is the saddest day of the Jewish year.  It has been observed as such for over 2,000 years, yet it is not well understood.  In these two sessions we will consider not just the ‘how-to’ facets of the day, but the ‘why.’  Additionally, we will carefully study Sefer Eichah, the Book of Lamentations, our national song of sadness. Instructor: Rabbi Kalender

Men's Club Shabbat Family DInner

Friday, June 3, 7:00pm Leave the cooking to us, open to all in the community (and friends and family).  Service at Olam Tikvah at 6:15 followed by delicious chicken dinner prepared by the guys. Still the same great price of $12/person, $40 max per family. PLEASE RSVP by May 25 to ensure sufficient food. To reserve your place, contact mensclub@olamtikvah.org, send check to OT, payable to OT Men's Club, or pay online at www.otmen.org.  

Friends in Harmony - Diversity Concert

Sunday, June 19, 4:00pm.  Mosaic Harmony, Olam Tikvah Chorale, Ketzal Chorus, and Sakura Choir will be performing in a concert Celebrating Diversity. The event is sponsored by the Arts Council of Fairfax County and is being held at James Madison High School, 2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna. Admission: $10.00, www.mosaicharmony.org.

 

Pages

Subscribe to Congregation Olam Tikvah RSS