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Shabbat in our sacred space

Sharing Shabbat is a wonderful way to welcome in the weekend!  Please join our sacred community with your family and friends. Our doors are open to all who seek to worship, learn and serve the community. 

Each Friday night Shabbat service is followed by an Oneg and an opportunity to meet other congregants and to further enrich our community.  On "Fifth Fridays" (the 5th Friday of the month) we celebrate Shabbat with a community dinner instead of a service and Oneg.  Join us for these special gatherings to share in making new connections and to participate in informal community discussions.

If you have young children who need a break, we have a small area in the rear of the sanctuary for them with quiet, age-appropriate activities.  We also offer monthly Sunday morning Tot Programs for anyone who needs earlier timing.

Torah study

Join us for Torah Study every Saturday morning from 9:30 am to 10:30 am in the Temple Community Room. Sessions are typically led by Rabbi Jennifer Jaech, and sometimes led by guests, but are always thought-provoking. We explore not only the weekly Parshah, but the full range of sacred texts, liturgy, as well as ancient and modern commentary that add depth and insight to the discussion. Who wrote the words we read in the Bible, and why? What were the socio-political underpinnings when these documents were written, and how are they relevant today? There is so much to learn, and we have a great time each week uncovering nuggets that add to our experience as Jews. This is not your parent's Bible class!

The TINW Torah Study blog and podcasts are created by Tara Keiter and can be accessed by the links below:

"Our sacred tradition evolved out of human searching.  If we understand the human condition, we can understand the Divine."

Rabbi Martin A. Cohen, Ph.D, Professor of Jewish History,  Hebrew Union College - Jewish institute of Religion 

Mon, December 5 2022 11 Kislev 5783