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Shabbat Services
Friday November 4
Shabbat Service 6:30 pm featuring the 4th Grade
Collage Program and Dinner -  S.T.E.M.(Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) service, program and dinner  ( all RS grades- please RSVP)
and Youth Group Late Night - 6 -10 PM

Saturday November 5

Shabbat Torah Study 9:00 am

Friday November 11
Shabbat Service 6:30 pm
ADEPT Program and Dinner: Regina Calcaterra Please RSVP 

Bar/Bat Mitzvah -   Mazel Tov
Max Rosenfeld

Business Networking Group
The TBT Business Networking Group cordially invites you to attend our meeting scheduled for Tonight, Wednesday, November 2nd, 7:00 - 9:00pm.  
The Group was formed in late 2015 with the objective of providing a forum in which Temple members, could meet on a regular basis to exchange ideas on growing their respective businesses, better develop  business connections, make and receive referrals while cultivating new friendships, or perhaps helping your kid’s in college with an intro for a summer internship or job.   Becoming a Group member will provide & establish a stimulating and rewarding experience for all of us in 2016.  So please join us at tonights meeting and help us improve the social capital among our temple members by leveraging & enhancing the value of our business relationships.  
Coffee and Dessert will be served.
Sunday Bagel Brunch Lecture Series
November  6 @ 10:00 am
Rabbi Steve Moskowitz: Israel/U.S. Relations Explore the relationship between the United States and Israel, in particular the implications of the upcoming elections. What is the significance of Israel to the modern American Jew? Are there views and opinions that are outside the pale of acceptability? Can one criticize Israel
while still loving Israel, given the rise of BDS at college campuses?  
ADEPT-  Friday Nov 11
NOV 11 - Regina Calcaterra: author of Etched in Sand will discuss her shocking but true story about growing up on Long Island.  When Regina discloses to the authorities the truth about the abuse and neglect she and her siblings were encountering, it results in their separation and the kidnapping of her sister Rosie by her mother.  Girl Unbroken is the follow-up to Regina's astonishingly poignant story.  Regina and Rosie finally answer the questions that have haunted fans for so long .

Program and Dinner $15 TBT Member $20 Non TBT Member
Please call the office to respond and arrange payment
RSVP Required before 11/9

Social Action Mission to Israel
led by Rabbi Susie Moskowitz

April 27 - May 7

Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
Tuesday, November 15 at 7:00pm-8:00pm
Temple Beth Torah and St. Matthew Roman Catholic Church
cordially invite you to our annual Thanksgiving Interfaith Service at St. Matthew Roman Catholic Church.   Followed by light refreshments.
Adult and *Religious School Choir will be singing.
If you are interested in singing, please contact
*If you sing in the Interfaith Service get a Collage PASS  for a free Collage credit of your choice to be used anytime during this school year!   
Please bring a donation of non-perishable Thanksgiving food
Etgar 36
Etgar 36 Invites you to a Parent and Teen informational meeting about a summer
Teen Travel program that will change your teenager's life!
Thursday, November 17 @ 7:30 pm


Touched by Torah 613
Sunday, December 4  @11:00am

Brunch will be served
Yiddish Club
Experience Yiddish culture, terms & expressions, interesting books & trips.
Led by Bert Rudofsky & Rhoda Kregsman   Thursdays at 7:30 pm
Dates: Nov 3, 10, 17
RSVP Rhoda 516-384-8527 or Office 631-642-1200 x 2

Don't KVETCH, come and KIBBITZ Please bring some Jewish desserts so we can NOSH!
Senior Schmooze
Join us the 3rd Monday of each month 12:00 to 1:30 pm a light lunch will be provided. 
Monday, November 21
Topic: Dishes That I Enjoy Cooking... and Eating
with Judy Roth and Lori Pomerantz

RSVP David & Ronnie Pinkowitz  631-491-5343  
Adult Confirmation Class  
Explore Big Questions in Judaism
  •   What does it mean to be a Jew in the 21st Century?
  •   How are you supposed to act in the world?
  •   What ancient rituals add meaning to your life today?
  •   What does Judaism teach about life and death?
Tuesdays, twice a month  7:45-9:00 pm (no Hebrew )  Next Class Nov 22
Sign up with Rabbi Moskowitz or 631-643-1200 x314  
Adult B’nei Mitzvah  
Not too late to join!!!!!!!!!
A great opportunity to learn to read Prayerbook and Torah Hebrew. All levels of Hebrew reading skills welcome.  
This 2-year course of study will culminate in a B’nei Mitzvah ceremony.  

Wednesdays  7:30-8:30 pm Next Class Nov 9
  Sign up with Rabbi Moskowitz or 631-643-1200 x314    
Chanukah Celebration
Friday, Dec 16

w/ the Teen Band

More information to come!
B'nei Mitzvah Project & Group Projects

Click on the name or program for full details

Madison Schioppo Bat Mitzvah Project - Cohen's Children Medical Center
Looking for artists in our talented TBT congregation to exhibit their sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, jewelry making, ect.
Please contact Hal Kopman or
Paul Lieberman

Committee Meetings
Ritual Committee Meeting - Wed, Nov 9  6:30 pm
Brotherhood Meeting - Wed, Nov 9  7:30 pm
Nursery School Committee Meeting - Thur, Nov 10  9:30 am
ADEPT Meeting - Fri, Nov 18  9:00 am
Budget & Finance - Mon, Nov 21 7:30 pm
Board of Trustees Meeting - Mon, Nov 28  7:30 pm
Fundraising Meeting - Wed, Dec 7 7:00 pm
TBT in Florida with Rabbi Moskowitz
January 31,2017 at the home of Lynda Arnberg and Steve Margaritov.

Please RSVP to Lynda