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Phone: 203 544-8695
Fax: 203 544-9706

Rabbi Rachel Bearman
Religious School Director

TBC Office
Kim O'Rielly

Facility Use or Rental
Kim O'Rielly
Cindy Baulsir

Sisterhood President
Margaret Mazer Ogdon

News Item Submission:  
Items for Religious School News should be submitted to edadmin@templebnaichaim.org by Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. to appear on Friday.
Items for Chailites should be submitted to chailites@templebnaichaim.org
by Sunday at 4:00 p.m. to appear on Wednesday.

Religious School Schedule:   

Religious School will Not be in session 
Sunday October 2nd - Thursday 
October 13th
Classes resume on Sunday October 16
Wishing all of our TBC Families 
a Happy and Sweet New Year!
 Shanah Tovah!

Michael Heft Food & Miriam Messe Diaper Collection

We are collecting items at the Yom Kippur services

Please be as generous as you are able. We will need kids to sort through the items & drivers to deliver.Please contact Jane Alexander.

 The items will be delivered to the Redding Food Pantry, Wilton Food Pantry, the Women's Center of Greater Danbury, and the Community Action Agency of Western Ct.

Join us for a 
Snack in the Sukkah followed by a
 community Simchat Torah Service Sunday October 23 

During Sunday School, on October 23, at 10:30, all  families  are welcome to join us in the Sukkah.


We will celebrate a community Simchat Torah Service in the Sanctuary from 11:00 - 12:00

Save the Date for Stop Hunger Now - October 22
Save the date! On Saturday, October 22, TBC will be participating as a congregation in the 6th annual Stop Hunger Now packaging event in Wilton. Last year we packaged over 164,000 meals that were sent to Haiti. TBC was well represented by about 90 volunteers.
You may also send a check to TBC and note that it is for Stop Hunger Now.
Our goal is to package over 160,000 meals this year and raise $3500 as a Congregation that will fund 12,000 meals which will be sent to hungry children in developing countries.   This year each meal costs $0.29, so $1.45 buys 5 meals, $15 buys 52 meals and $100 buys 345 meals.
 Don't forget that children 5 and older can help (our 5-year-olds last year had a fantastic time and really contributed!). If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Don Weber at mdweb27@me.com.  If you would like to support this event, 

Shabbat Family Service
Preparing for the High Holidays


We had a busy day in Sunday school....
We spent time with the Rabbi....

We learned about mitzvot and customs of Rosh Hashanah and 
Yom Kippur 

Between the High Holy Days we take time to think about what we have done in the past year and decide how we can be better people in the year to come.

We made origami shofars and played Shofar Red Light Green Light!


We made High Holy Day cards for our families and for the residents at the Jewish Family Services 

We learned about Teshuva and the steps for making Teshuva and had a Tashlich service outside!

AND we all enjoyed some Israeli Dancing!

NFTY Convention 2017 Chicago.  See details!
(Teens 9-12 grades)

Semester in Israel Program. See details! (Teens 9-12 grades)

Travel to Israel this Winter - Birthright Israel. See details! (Young adults 18-26)

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