In Person and Virtual at Temple Shalom!

In-Person

 

Say Goodbye to Shabbat Saturday, June 12, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Enjoy a drink and nibbles. Catch up with old friends. Make new friends. Celebrate Havdalah as the sun goes down on the Hal Bruno Memorial Patio.

 

Must be fully vaccinated. Masks will be optional.

You must register Here

Rising 9th Grade in Person Get Together Saturday, June 12, 6:30-8:30 pm 

On the Temple Shalom Grounds (parking lot)

The world's longest journey to b'not/b'nai mitzvah has finally come to an end, and we want to celebrate you! Join us for an in-person reunion as we mark this transition with a havdalah service, enjoy some fun outdoor activities and just hang out. We are looking forward to seeing all of you in person, together in the same location, which we haven't been able to do since March 2020! Can't wait to see you! Check your email for the EVITE from the Temple Shalom 's B'not/B'nai Mitzvah Team. MUST RSVP!

Virtual

Thursday, June 10

 

10:30 am News and Views

Group discussion of current news issues providing people an opportunity to explore topics for thoughtful discussion.

 

4:0o pm Tween/Teen Torah Study with Emily Meyer (5th - 12th gr.)

Spend an hour with Miss Emily looking at this week’s Torah portion. We’ll talk about Torah, history and current events, while working on critical thinking skills. Great prep for pre-b’nai mitzvah students.

 

Friday, June 11

 

7:30 pm L'hitraot Rabbi Ira, Camp & Israel Send-Off, Pride Shabbat!

Please join us as we honor Rabbi Ira on his last Shabbat with us, bless our friends going to camp and Israel, and celebrate Pride!

Let's get dressed up this Shabbat! Wear your best pride best, rainbow clothing, and your favorite camp gear!

5th-8th graders this service will count toward your service credit.

 

The prayer book for the service is here.

 

The song sheet for the service is here.

 

Join via Phone: 1-646-558-8656, Meeting ID: 313 248 754

 

Link to livestream

 

Saturday, June 12

 

10:00 am Shabbat Morning Worship and Torah Study

Join us for prayer and study. 5th-8th graders service will count toward your service credit.

 

The prayer book for the service is here.

 

Join via Phone: 1-646-558-8656, Meeting ID: 882 249 464

 

10:00 am Shabbat Morning Worship & Bat Mitzvah Eliza Bevington We will be led in honor of her Bat Mitzvah. 5th-8th graders this service will count toward your service credit.

 

The prayer book for the service is here.

 

Link to livestream

 

Sunday, June 13

 

7:00 pm How to Prevent Fraud & Identity Theft Sponsored by Renaissance & AARP - Bertram Reed will speak on Fraud and Scams. Learn to keep your money and identity secure, how to spot the most common identity theft schemes, and what you’ll need to fight the battle against fraud and theft. You’ll also learn where to turn if you have been a victim of a scam or fraud.

 

Following the presentation Mr. Reed will take questions from the audience via the Zoom chat room

 

Open to All via Zoom

 

For any further information, please contact Renaissance@templeshalom.net.

 

Monday June 14

 

8:00 pm Topics in Jewish History

Join congregant Jeff Davenport each week to discuss an important topic in Jewish history. The topic will be From Ancient Babylon to Modern Iraq - the History of Jews in Mesopotamia part 3.

 

Tuesday, June 15

 

12:00 pm Lunch and Learn

Come join us for a study session! (Young Adults/Adults).

 

Wednesday, June 16

 

8:00 am Morning Minyan

We gather at 7:45 am for social and community time. The morning minyan (prayer service) begins at 8:00 am.

 

Join Us Via Phone: 1-646-558-8656, Meeting ID: 835 401 473

 

Thursday, June 17

 

10:30 am News and Views

Group discussion of current news issues providing people an opportunity to explore topics for thoughtful discussion.

 

4:00 pm Tween/Teen Torah Study with Emily Meyer (5th - 12th gr.)

Spend an hour with Miss Emily looking at this week’s Torah portion. We’ll talk about Torah, history and current events, while working on critical thinking skills. Great prep for pre-b’nai mitzvah students.

 

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