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Listen to the Weekly Message

Now you can take the weekly message with you!

Simchat Yisrael is now offering Webcasting of Rabbi Tony Eaton's or (Guest Speaker) weekly message.  Perhaps you missed the drasha or just want to hear it again on your own time. Or better yet, you're new to Messianic Judaism and would like to hear what we are all about. Whatever the reason, you can listen to our weekly drasha, just click the file to start streaming the message.  

 

Recent Sermons
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10/11/14 From Repentance to Reconciliation Rabbi Tony Eaton
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10/04/14 On That Day Rabbi Tony Eaton
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09/27/14 Two Tax Collectors and a Promise Tom Esposito
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09/13/14 Issues of Abandonment Rabbi Tony Eaton
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09/06/14 Dwelling in God's Presence Rabbi Tony Eaton
Rabbi's Drasha
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08/30/14 With Open Hands Rabbi Tony Eaton
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08/16/14 People of Praise Rabbi Tony Eaton
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08/09/14 The Love With Which We Must Love Rabbi Tony Eaton
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08/02/14 Sorrow Yet Hope in Our Hearts Rabbi Tony Eaton
Guest Speakers
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07/19/14 Community Ron Gitelman
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07/05/14 The Balaam in us All Tom Esposito
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05/17/14 My Beloved is Mine and I am His Rabbi Carl Kinbar
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10/19/13 King Solomon and the Secret of Happiness Jared Eaton
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05/18/13 Learning From the Jews of Berea Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
 

The Synagogue Information
Congregation Simchat Yisrael
870 First Ave
West Haven, CT. 06516
(203) 932-9929
 
Office Hours
Tuesday - Thursday
12:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Rabbi
Rabbi T. Eaton
Cantor
Michael Mark
Paul August

Synagogue President
Ron Gitelman


What Time Do We Start?
Shabbat Morning Study:
9:30AM
Shabbat Worship Service:
10:45 AM
Oneg Shabbat:
1:00PM
Talmud / Torah Study:
2:00PM

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