Please join us for the Virtual Gombin tour to the iconic wooden Gombin Synagogue that stood at the heart of the Jewish community for 300 years until it was destroyed by the invading Nazi army in 1939. See the haunting film made by Wojtek Wasilewski and his team using their architecturally-correct, scale model and listen to the words of Gombiner Henry Greenbaum remembering Yom Kippur in the 1930s. Finally, we view the proposed memorial plaque in its anticipated location in the center of Gąbin. Invite your friends and family to watch.
Please join Gombiners from all over the world for a Virtual Shabbat on Friday, October 2, 2020 (Sukkot) at 5pm (Eastern time). Have your kiddush cup, candle sticks and challah ready, whether in your sukkah or kitchen. A lay-member of the Board will lead you in informal Shabbat blessings and song.
Guest Speaker: Karina von Tippelskirch, Associate Professor of German and German Program Coordinator Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Syracuse University, authority on the works of Rajzel Zychlinsky and European authors who fled persecution in the past century.