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June 29, 2022

-Friday, July 1, 7:00 pm - DIY Shabbat Service

-Wednesday, July 6, 2:00 pm - TBC Volunteers Distribute Food at Dorothy Day Hospitality House

-Thursday, July 21, 1:00 pm - Memorial Blood Drive (see article in this issue)

-Wednesday, August 10, 7:30 pm - Film Club discussion

See the TBC Calendar for more upcoming events.

TBC's COVID safety policy is posted here.
Let's Go Shlomo!

During your holidays take a selfie with "Shlomo" and send it in to TBC.

Hillary Silver Blood Drive
7th Annual Hillary Silver Memorial Blood Drive

Donate in memory of Hillary Silver, who fought a nine-year battle against multiple myeloma a form of blood cancer and lost her courageous struggle in 2015. She had over 100 blood transfusions that helped prolong her life with her husband and children, thanks to donations such as yours.

For an appointment contact Rachel Langberg at rachel@silverplatterfoundation.org.
Pictures and Slides from TBC June 24 Pride Shabbat Service

TBC's annual Pride Shabbat was held last Friday, with many congregants in attendance in-person and on Zoom.

Last Day to Register June 30, 2022
Religious School Registration 2022-2023

Shalom TBC Religious School Families!

We are so grateful to have had such a fabulous Religious School year with you all! We are thrilled to announce that Registration for next year is open! Please click HERE to register your child(ren) no later than June 30, 2022!!

We are also looking to track Service Attendance for the Spring 2022 Semester. To update us on which services your child(ren) attended, please click HERE! We will be re-vamping our Service Attendance tracking system for next year, so stay tuned for more information in September.

If you are unable to open any of the links to access the forms, please email Morah Ellie.

TBC Film Club
August 10, 2022 @ 7:30 pm

We will be meeting again for the film club on August 10 and discussing the film "They Came to Stay" available on Kanopy 

In the early 20th century, drawn by the promise of America, more than two million eastern European Jews fled poverty and oppression - gravitating to the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Poor and faced with innumerable confusing choices, they struggled to adapt their Jewish traditions to their new lives.

Hope you can join us. If you have any questions regarding the film club, please contact Ria Miller at riahmiller@hotmail.com
TBC congregants are invited to share news of their family events and celebrations in Chailites. Please send your information to chailites@templebnaichaim.org.
TBC is Here For You!

If you or a family member is ill or in need of care - or if you know of someone in our community who needs help - please contact Cantor Harriet. Our Caring Committee is here to provide assistance - meals, rides to doctors' appointments or shopping.
Dorothy Day Hospitality House, July 6

TBC now staffs the Dorothy Day Hospitality House (aka Danbury Soup Kitchen) the first Wednesday of each month. We provide about 80 meals each afternoon with COVID precautions followed. Everyone who comes to the door is welcomed with no questions asked. All work at Dorothy House is done by volunteers — there is no paid staff. At this time, we need about 4 people to take care of each day. 

Dorothy Day Hospitality House is based on the Houses of Hospitality founded by Dorothy Day during the Great Depression. It is not formally affiliated with any religious organization, and people of all faiths participate in their work. Contact: Peggy Zamore at peggyz18@gmail.com
The Weekly Torah Portion
"Rebel with (or Without?) a Cause"

Numbers 16:1−18:32

URJ Summary: Korach

URJ's Ten Minutes of Torah: Korach: Rebel with (or without) a Cause
Yahrzeits July 1 - 7
Zeicher tzaddik livrachah!
Monday, July 4
Hillary Silver, sister of Rachel Langberg

Wednesday, July 6, 2022
Elaine Lynn Nadel, mother of Mac Nadel

Thursday, July 7
Frank Levi, Jr., father of David Levi
Peter Van Raalte, husband of Marilyn Van Raalte

It is traditional to light a memorial candle at home on the eve of the yahrzeit. You may also find it meaningful while kindling the yahrzeit candle to offer prayers of remembrance or reflect on your loved one’s life. Many also choose this time to make monetary donations in memory of loved ones
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Mailing Address: P.O. Box 305, Georgetown, CT 06829
Phone: 203 544-8695    
Location: 82 Portland Avenue, Wilton CT 06897 (Directions)

Cantor/Educator: Cantor Harriet Dunkerley
Assistant Director of Education: Elisheva Gluck
President: June Mara  
Office Manager/Facility Use: Denise Seccurra