Garin KB Service

Goldman Union Camp Institute

June 28, 2013

Cabins 1+11: New Experiences at Camp

L’chu N’ranana page 130

L’chu n’ranana l’Adonai

Naria l’tzur yisheinu

Go forth singing songs of joy to God! We will shout to the rock of salvation!

Let us sing out to God, maker of all sure and strong

Let all of creation from mountain to sea hear our song!

For all of the wonder in all of God’s light, we rejoice

So now let us listen with all of our hearts to hear God’s voice!

L’cha Dodi page 138

One new thing I am excited to try is leading tefillah because it’s a big thing to be doing and I am helping the camp. – Gabriel W.

One new thing I am excited to do at this camp is talk in this service. I am excited to talk in this service because it’s my first service I’ve talked in. – William K.

Together: Please rise and turn to page one hundred and forty six for the Barchu

Barchu page 146

One new thing I am excited to see at camp this summer is Project. I’d like to see how Anaf works hard to put all their ideas into a skit. – Ellye A.

[Part redacted by wish of camper]

Together: Please join in the Ma’ariv Aravim on page one hundred and forty eight

Ma’ariv Aravim page 148

One new thing I am excited to try at camp this summer is the climbing tower. I can see stuff from above. I am very close to the clouds, no bugs, and there are birds. – Zachary K.

One new thing I am excited to try at camp this summer is to climb the Migdal to the top. I have been waiting to since I came here at GUCI. [Name redacted by wish of camper]

Together: Please turn to page one hundred and fifty

Ahavat Olam page 150

One new thing I am proud that I have already tried at camp is taking the swimming test because I like to swim. – Allie F.

One new thing I am excited to try at camp this summer is climbing the Migdal. One thing I am proud that I have already tried at camp is playing gaga. [Name redacted by wish of camper]

Together: Please turn to page one hundred and fifty two and rise for the Sh’ma

Sh’ma/V’ahavta page 152

I am proud that I tried the diving board and the blue slide. – Sam G.

Everyone tries new things. One new thing that I tried was surviving in my cabin with very little resources and no power for a whole day. That’s the real definition of camp. – Ryan P.

Together: Please join on page one hundred and fifty eight

Mi Chamocha page 158

One thing I am excited about is the Migdal. I have done it before but this time I want to go further. [Name redacted by wish of camper]

One new thing I am excited to try at camp this summer is to climb the Migdal up four different platforms all the way to the top. It will make me feel strong and courageous. – Eliana C.

Together: Please turn to page one hundred and sixty

Hashkiveinu page 160

V’shamru page 162

V’shamru v’nei Yisrael et haShabbat l’asot et haShabbat l’dorotam

Brit olam beini u’vein b’nei Yisrael ot hi l’olam.

Ki sheshet yamim asah Adonai et hashamayim v’et ha’aretz

U’vayom hashvi’i shavat vayinafash.

The people of Israel shall keep Shabbat, observing it in every generation as a covenant for all time. It is a sign forever between Me and the people of Israel, for in six days God made heaven and earth, and on the seventh day God rested from labor. (Exodus 31:16-17)

One new thing I am excited to try at camp this summer is to climb to the second floor of the Migdal. One new thing I am proud that I have already tried at camp is sleeping at sleep away camp for the first time. [Name redacted by wish of camper]

One new thing I am proud that I have already tried at camp is living with a lot of people who are the same age as me. You get to know your friends a lot better than at home and I think that is what is special at camp. – Henry S.

Together: Please join with on page one hundred and sixty three

A thought has blown the marketplace away.

There is a song on the wind and joy in the trees.

Shabbat has arrived in the world

Scattering a song in the silence of a night,

And eternity utters a day.

Please join in the Amidah on page one hundred and sixty six

Amidah page 166

One new thing that I have already tried at camp is the aqua climb because I got inspired to touch the top. – Katy R.

I thought that I could not climb the aqua climb then I tried and I did, with the help of my friends. – Ella N.

Together: Please turn to page one hundred and seventy eight for the Shalom Rav

Shalom Rav page 178

One new thing I am excited to try at camp this summer is the Migdal because I haven’t climbed something so exciting yet. – Sammy S.

One new thing I am excited to try at camp this summer is to climb the Migdal. One new thing I am proud that I have already tried at camp is living without my mom and dad and sis. – Julian D.

Together: Please take a moment for silent prayer

Silent Prayer

One new thing I am proud that I have already tried at camp is gaga because it is fun. – Emily M.

One new thing I am proud that I already tried at camp is the gaga pit. I had a fun time at camp and at the gaga pit and I am having a really fun time. – Mia K.

Together: Please rise and turn to page five hundred and eighty six for the Aleinu

Aleinu page 586

One new thing I am proud that I have already tried at camp is archery. I am proud because in this camp you let me follow my dreams in becoming the true Merida from Disney. – Lily H.

One new thing I am excited to try at camp this summer is climbing the Migdal because it looks really fun. One new thing I am proud that I have already tried at camp is taking a tour of the camp because if I did not I would not know where I am going. – Elisa N.

Together: Please rise and turn to page five hundred and ninety eight

Counselors: Kaddish Yatom page 598

One new thing I’m excited to try is on Shabbat I’m going to try music because I wanted to try a new thing and I probably will enjoy it. – Elizabeth D.

I am proud of trying a new camp. I really chose well. I am excited to try all the new things. – Sam L.

Oseh Shalom

Oseh shalom bimromav, Hu ya’aseh shalom aleinu

V’al kol Yisra’el. V’imru: Amen.

May the One who makes peace in High Places make peace for us and for all the world. And let us say: Amen.

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