Rabbi Brotsky to visit Carnegie

Rabbi Brotsky

Rabbi Harvey Brotsky

Just a quick note to everyone that Rabbi Harvey Brotsky will be visiting the Carnegie Shul this coming Shabbos, January 28, for morning services.  In 2009, Rabbi Brotsky retired from New Light Congregation after 25 years of service.  He and his wife continue to live in Squirrel Hill but have taken time to travel.  This weekend he will be traveling all the way to Carnegie to spend a Shabbos morning with us!

I am fairly certain we will be able to impose upon the rabbi to daven part of the service.  As a reminder, preliminary services start at 9:20 and Shachris starts at 9:40.  I hope that many of you will be able to join us and welcome Rabbi Brotsky to Carnegie.  Following services, we will have our usual Kiddush— bagels, cheese, and fish.  This week’s Kiddush is sponsored by Burt Dodick.


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3 Responses to Rabbi Brotsky to visit Carnegie

  1. Harvey & I graduated from Taylor Allderdice together in 1962.

  2. paul ostfield

    i look forward to any new guests attending our services

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