Temple Emanu-El - Kol HaShabbat
October 8, 2021 | 2 Heshvan 5782
Shabbat Shalom!
SHABBAT SCHEDULE

If you are having trouble with any of the log-in links for our TETV programs, please email info@teprov.org or call 401.400.2814 for assistance.

Friday, October 8
5:45 PM: Sanctuary Service (includes Minhah, Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma'ariv) - In-person; Main Sanctuary


Password: 226005
Phone: 929.436.2866

Please click here if you'd like to download a copy of Siddur Lev Shalem for Kabbalat Shabbat

5:56 PM: Candle Lighting

Saturday, October 9 
Sanctuary Service - In-person; Main Sanctuary
9:30 AM - Services begin (No registration necessary)
10:15 AM - Torah Service
11:30 AM - Musaf
12:00 PM - Oneg in the Patio Area


Password: 226005
Phone: 929.436.2866

Please click here if you'd like to download a copy of Siddur Lev Shalem

Minyan Hadash - In-person; Parking Lot Tent
9:45 AM - Services begin (No registration necessary)
10:45 AM - Torah Service
11:45 AM - Musaf
12:00 PM - Oneg in the Patio Area

Tot Shabbat - in the JCDSRI Mo'adon
11:15 AM - For children ages 0-5 and their caregivers.

6:55 PM: Havdalah

7:10 PM: Zoom Havdalah
Password: 226005
Phone: 929.436.2866

Sunday Schedule
Sunday, October 10
8:00 AM: Shaharit - In-person; Meeting House Foyer

Password: 226005
Phone: 929.436.2866
Indoor attendees must be fully vaccinated and remain masked and physically distanced.



Please note that we are not requiring registration for Saturday morning services.
Shabbat Resources

Visit these sites to find reading material for Shabbat: 



Do you have a lifecycle event you want to announce to the congregation? Click here to let us know!
Announcements
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Welcome to our New Members!!!

Elizabeth Ochs, Taylor Ellowitz and their son Isaiah

Marisa Scanavino and
her daughter Rose
THANK YOU!
We are just $75,000 away from our goal of $2.8 million!!!
The work to the sanctuary facade is almost complete. Your support will enable us to prepare our building
for the next century!

Please click below to join the
members of our community who
have already contributed.
Click on the arrow below to watch a
video about Tuesday Night Learning
Delve Deeper
on Wednesday at 7:30PM on Zoom
with Dr. Natan M. Meir
Volunteer Opportunities
Kitchen Committee
Temple Emanu-El needs help with preparing and setting up Kiddush lunch each Shabbat morning. If you would like to join this new committee to meet new people and help a few times a month, we would love to have you! 
Contact Shoshana Jacob: Shosh@teprov.org
Hesed Committee:
Help members during times of joy and sadness. 
The committee will arrange meals for families when they have a new baby, will bring comfort to those who have suffered a loss, and will help those who are ill in various ways. Contact Shoshana Jacob: Shosh@teprov.org
Shabbat Greeters
Each Shabbat we like to have friendly, welcoming members greeting each person who comes through the doors. If you are outgoing and interested in volunteering, we need you! There will be a brief training.
Contact Marilyn Katz: greeters@teprov.org
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BAKERS NEEDED!!!

Cookies, brownies or bars are needed that will be added as dessert to over 200 bagged lunches given out weekly by either McAuley House or Help the Homeless, RI.  

Please make a double batch of your favorite cookie/brownie or bar. Put a generous portion (2-3 cookies depending on the size) into a snack or sandwich sized bag and deliver them to either Paula Goldberg 47 Paine Ave. Cranston, RI or Barbara Dwares 46 Balsam Court Cranston RI. 


If baking every week and getting them to us is too daunting a task, whatever you are willing to do to help is still appreciated. 

Call Paula 941-2042 or Barbara 474-8276 with any questions.
Temple Emanu-El Blood Drive
Please make an appointment to donate blood!

How? Go to www.ribc.org or call (401) 453-8383 to make an appointment at one of six Donor Centers throughout RI.

At the time of your donation, please tell them that you are donating on behalf of Temple Emanu-El Group # 0013
Dalia is also enrolled in the transplant program at Rhode Island Hospital. If you prefer to go through Rhode Island Hospital, please contact:

Sarah Gibbs
Transplant Coordinator
(401) 444-3091
TEMPLE EMANU-EL / JCDSRI / JEWISH ALLIANCE 
 SAFE PARKING SPOT DEMONSTRATION PILOT PROGRAM 
Resources
Our morning meetups are drawing between 20 and 40 people nearly every day, and dozens join us for evening learning.

Click the button below for a full list of times and topics being offered each day!

If you are having trouble with any of the log-in links for our TETV programs, please email info@teprov.org or call 401.400.2814 for assistance.
Join TE-Talks!

Find and share community resources with your fellow
Emanu-El members!
Over 100 people are
already signed up!

How does it work?
  1. Send an email to Sharon Sock (sharon@teprov.org) asking to join TE-talks. 
  2. Send messages to the group by emailing TE-talks@teprov.org.
  3. All messages come into your email inbox. 
  4. The more people that join the group, the more we can help each other. 
Matching Donation for Humashim
For more information on how to donate one of these needed volumes, please click here.
Kesher Worker
Tara Watkins LICSW, is the Kesher worker here at Temple Emanu-El. Click here for more information about her services.

Contact Information:
tara@jfsri.org | 401-527-7772

Congregants can schedule a time to meet with Tara in advance (401-527-7772 or tara@jfsri.org) or drop in during this time.
Community Programs
Following a successful launch of our ScholarStream program in 5781, we are excited to announce the full year of ScholarStream learning in 5782! Beginning in October and spanning all the way up to Shavuot, the Conservative Movement seminaries and institutions are partnering to offer eight series that will bring you face-to-face with the brightest and most engaging scholars our movement has to offer. 
 
Click here to register.

We are pleased to announce full descriptions for our first series on Torah Relationships, which can be found on our website here.