Virtual Temple Shalom!

Thursday, April 15

 

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

 

7:30 pm Sisterhood Book Club Meeting

The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, Illustrated by Gertrude Stein—written 1933 by Gertrude Stein, it gives insight into the art world and their relationship.

 

Friday, April 16

 

7:30 pm Erev Shabbat

Have your candles, challah, and grape juice/wine ready as we join together to welcome Shabbat and take time to pause from our past week. Please invite family and friends to join us for this service! 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, April 17

 

10:00 am Shabbat Morning Worship & B'not Mitzvah of Greta, Laila and Naomi Andelman

We will be led in honor of their B'not Mitzvah. 5th-8th graders this service will count toward your service credit.

 

The prayer book for the service is here.

 

Link to livestream

 

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

 

Sunday, April 18

 

10:00 am Building Independence and Resilience: The Value of Jewish Overnight Camp

Hear from Camp Director and clinical social worker Lisa David and Lori Zlotoff from the URJ Camp Harlam professional staff as they discuss how to assess camper readiness, how to prepare your child for overnight camp during a pandemic, and what makes Harlam special. This session will be co-presented with Rabbi Ira to share how Jewish camp can be the cornerstone to a child’s Jewish identity, and why camp is such an important gift we can give our children.

 

7:00 pm Renaissance Welcomes Congressman Jamie Raskin

Jamie Raskin is the U.S. Representative for Maryland’s 8th Congressional District. Prior to that he served in the Maryland State Senate from 2007 to 2016.

 

The Program will address the first 100 days of the Biden Administration, Voter Suppression and other topics, as appropriate.

 

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

All congregants are welcome. For any further information, please contact Renaissance@templeshalom.net.

 

 

10:00 pm Adult Lullaby with Emily

Spend a half hour at the end of the day singing a few lullabies for adults, some new, some old, to help you sleep. Turn down the lights, bring cocoa, tea or a glass of wine, and take a few moments to relax.

 

Monday, April 19

8:00 pm Topics in Jewish History

Join congregant Jeff Davenport each week to discuss an important topic in Jewish history. This week's topic will be Historic American Synagogues.

 

Tuesday, April 20

 

12:00 pm Lunch and Learn

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

 

Wednesday, April 21

 

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, April 22

 

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

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