Phillip & Marcie Jonas, Our High Holy Day Cantorial Soloist (parents)
*Are you or is someone you know celebrating a wedding? An engagement? A new baby? Do you know someone who is ill or in need of a friendly, supportive call? Please let Rachel Daniels know.
*If you are saying Qaddish or are in need of a community, our daily Minyan takes place every weekday our building is open at 6:15 p.m.
"Never Again" Means Never Again Demonstration TODAY
July 2, 4 p.m. at the New England Holocaust Memorial We are Jews, immigrants, and allies with many identities. We have seen this before. Never again means never again para nadie, (for anyone). Now is the time for action and we need mass participation to shut down business as usual. We mean that no person or group, should experience the trauma of family separation, the violence of detention, the pain and deadliness of degradation and dehumanization, or genocide. Wear white. See more action details on Facebook or contact Tali Puterman.
Remembering Your Loved Ones
Honor the memory of a loved one by dedicating a memorial plaque in his or her memory. Once a plaque is ordered, Temple Israel will perpetually read the name of the deceased during Shabbat services on the anniversary of death. Family members will be notified of this date. All names on plaques are included in the Yom Kippur Book of Remembrance. A contribution of $650 to the Temple Israel Endowment Fund will secure a plaque. Please contact Sue Misselbeck for more information.
Fridays in July, 5:30 - 5:50 p.m. on the Sanctuary Bimah
Join Rabbi Suzie Jacobson on Friday nights in July for a pre-service meditation and chanting circle to help us enter Shabbat with greater focus and peace. No RSVP required. Contact Brigid Goggin with questions.
Cantorial Transition 2020
The One! The Only! Cantor Einhorn's "Victory Tour" to Greece and Israel
Registration for Cantor Roy Einhorn's "Victory Tour" to Greece and Israel is now open! Join Cantor Einhorn and his wife Cantor Jodi Sufrin, Rabbi Elaine Zecher, and Ellen Rovner and Michael Zimman, trip chairs, as we experience the seamless connection between ancient and new. View more trip details.
Did you become a Bar/Bat Mitzvah with Cantor Einhorn at Temple Israel?
Cantor Einhorn will be retiring in 2020. We need your help to tell stories for his celebration. If you or a family member was a Bar/Bat Mitzvah between August 1983-2019, send a scanned photo of you and the cantor with the date and a short paragraph remembering the day. Send scanned photos to Sue Misselbeck or drop off at the Reception desk attention of Sue.
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