New! Friday Night Live Shabbat Services
Re-Jew-Vinating, Re-Invigorating, Inspiring with “Cyber” Rabbi Frank!
Join us in person LIVE in South Florida, and around the globe as Rabbi Frank goes “Chai” Tech, broadcasting our spiritually uplifting event over the Internet at www.rabbionline.com
|Friday, February 26, 2016|
|7–8PM||Complimentary Happy Hour Kibbitz & Kiddush with Rabbi Frank & Friends!|
|8–9:15PM||Joyous Kabbalah Shabbat Service led by Rabbi Frank, Cantor Margo and Cantor David Presler, and featuring the Israeli Shalom Band|
|Oneg Shabbat immediately following|
Former Temple Emeth
5780 West Atlantic Avenue
Contact All Peoples Synagogue Office at
877 4A RABBI | 877-427-2224
CONTEMPORARY and/or TRADITIONAL
JEWISH and/or INTERFAITH
RELIGIOUS and/or SPIRITUAL
“Have Chuppah will travel”
Rabbi Frank has traveled to Switzerland, Scotland, Spain, Venezuela, Columbia, Ecuador, all over the Caribbean and everywhere in the U.S. to perform Marriage Ceremonies.
There are seven benedictions that have been part of Jewish weddings for thousands of years. According to the Kabala, the number 7 represents the seven “Heh-Chaloth” (Heavens) that one passes through spiritually to become one with God. On the day of marriage, the genuine love between the bride and groom automatically places them in the seventh heaven.
Personalized Ceremonies. Will Co-officiate with all Clergy.
Everyone deserves a Bar/Bat Mitzvah!
The Bar/Bat Mitzvah refers to a person who is religiously bound to fulfill the obligations of Jewish ritual. The Bar/Bat Mitzvah is not a mandatory rite of passage. The very lack of necessity makes such an effort even more rewarding, meaningful and remarkable as a concrete, hard earned achievement and public affirmation of Jewish identity and commitment.
The Bar/Bat Mitzvah program is available to all students desiring to learn, experience and participate in this traditional ceremony.
• Personal one-on-one tutoring and training.
• A sense of confidence, courage and poise are instilled in each student.
• Every student “passes” and receives a Te’udat (certificate of Mitzvah).
• Students from all academic levels and backgrounds are welcome.
• Membership prior to, during or after the program is not required.
Bar Mitzvah “son of commandment”
Bat Mitzvah “daughter of commandment”
B’nai Mitzvah “children of commandment”
And “Taking responsibility for your own actions”
A special Bar/Bat/B’nai Mitzvah Scholarship fund has been set up for those who are financially unable to contribute the full tuition. Please call the Synagogue office before registration for more information.
Every person born into this world represents something new, something that never existed before, something original and unique. It is the duty of every person to know and consider that each persons character is inimitable. Every single person is a new spirit in the world and is called upon to fulfill their particularity in the world.
Rabbi Frank will gladly come to your home or Country club for the baby naming ceremony. You will receive a beautiful calligraphy certificate, gifts and blessings from the heart.
A LOVING PRAYER
May the Lord protect and defend you,
May God always shield you from shame;
May you come to be in Israel a shining name,
May you be like Ruth and David;
May you be deserving of praise;
Strengthen him Oh Lord, and keep him from the stranger’s ways.
May God bless you and grant you long years.
May the Lord fulfill our loving prayer for you.
May God grant you more laughter and years.
May there always be someone who cares for you.
May the Lord protect and defend you,
Favor him, Oh Lord, with happiness and peace,
Oh Lord, hear our loving prayer.
Purveyor of prêt-a-porter Judaism, Rabbi Frank runs a ministry of conversion. Whether a person has reached the middle of their life or they’ve come to a point of wanting to start all over again, Rabbi Frank converts someone to Judaism when the person is ready to convert, not when he decides that a person is ready to convert.
Praised are You, Eternal our God, Sovereign of the Universe whose mitzvot add holiness to our lives, and who gave us the mitzvah of immersion.
In a biblical seascape of sand and palms, the process begins. With his arms outstretched, Rabbi Frank stands hand-in-hand among his followers in a receding semicircle. By means of immersion, they will become Jewish.
Praised are You, Eternal our God, Sovereign of the Universe, for granting us life, for sustaining us, and for helping us to reach this day.
Immersion in a mikvah, a Jewish ritual bath, is required by traditional Jewish law for the purpose of ritual purification and cleanliness of the body.
The All Peoples Synagogue encourages and supports anyone who wishes to learn about the faith of Judaism by offering Introduction to Judaism and Conversion to Judaism seminars.
The process of conversion is easy, convenient and can be done in one day.
We pray that a loved one’s passing will not diminish the supreme joy, passion, love, companionship and friendship you shared together.
May the “death” of a loved one die from your thoughts for there is no death. Only life eternal in God’s everlasting heaven.
May the memories that you hold within your heart and mind serve as an inspiration for you and your family to go forward to live life to its fullest.
The consecration of a lasting monument at the resting place of a person near and dear to them is a custom, which has been sanctified by time and originated in biblical period:
Rabbi Frank and the Synagogue staff are here to support you during your time of bereavement.