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Director of Education and Music Program Update

Dear Friends, We would like to update you on our Director of Education search and our plans for the music program next year. Under this year’s leadership of Rabbi JoHanna Potts and the educational leadership team made up of Andrea Mark, Emily Meyer, Scott Kravetz, and Xani Pollakoff, Temple Shalom has continued to offer a…
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2019 Renaissance Events

January 27............Tour The Museum of American Jewish Military History February 17..........Outside dinner, contact Steve Shafritz...shoesalive1@verizon.net March 18..............Museum of The Bible, contact Rachel Miller...rmillcsw4@gmail.com April......................Tour East Wing Gallery, contact Paula Kahn  paulak.nynj@gmail.com May 26..................End of Year Gathering
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FIRST EVER TEMPLE SHALOM MEN’S RETREAT

"Being The Best Men We Can Be" FRIDAY APRIL 5 2019 5:00 p.m. - SUNDAY APRIL 7, 2019 10:00 a.m. Open to all Temple Shalom Men aged 18+ Outdoor Activities, Shabbat, Torah Study, Stimulating Discussions and Camaraderie Schedule to include guest speaker Marc Young and Saturday Evening Drum Circle Cost $285 (double occupancy in hotel…
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Introduction to Judaism

Temple Shalom will be hosting the URJ's Introduction to Judaism course this fall. Introduction to Judaism is for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of Jewish life through a Reform lens. Open to all, this course is designed for individuals and couples from Jewish and various faith traditions and cultural backgrounds and those…
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Rabbi Rachel Ackerman – Why did you become a rabbi?

Over the past many months a number of you have asked the question most often asked of rabbis. Why? Why did you become a rabbi? It’s hard to pinpoint an exact moment (although, at another point I’m happy to share some significant ones from adolescence that certainly nudged me in this direction), but my deep…
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