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Hanukkah Shabbat Gathering

Friday, December 11

7:00 pm on Zoom

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Join us as we gather to welcome Shabbat with song and prayer, candle lighting, inspirations and teachings.

Participants will be invited to write names for healing prayers and those you are remembering as we say Mourner’s Kaddish.

The service will last about 45 minutes.

 

Torah Study on Zoom

Saturdays 9:00 — 10:15 am

Sabbath mornings at Temple Judea begin with Torah study. We welcome you to our interactive learning group as we explore together Parshat ha’shavuah, the week's Torah portion. Please register for Torah Study so that we can share the weekly Zoom link with you. Torah study group concludes with Kaddish for those who are honoring their loved ones.

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Myth &
Reality
in Judaism

Series with Rabbi Sigal on Zoom

Third Wednesday of each month, 8:00–9:00 pm

Next session: December 16

Jewish thought and practices are not confined to a neat philosophical system or theme. Inevitably, misconceptions, myths, beliefs and superstitions are all part of the Jewish tradition. This learning series is an exploration of key topics in Judaism, including God, ethics, and women's roles.

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Meal Drop-Off

Sunday, December 13, 2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Temple Judea has had a long relationship with Caring for Friends, an organization that provides meals and visits to individuals who are homebound in the five county area. Help us fill our Caring for Friends freezer by preparing meals, freezing them and dropping them off on Sunday, November 8 between 10:00 a.m. and noon. A volunteer will remove the meals from your car trunk. All food must be prepared in tins provided by Caring for Friends that can be picked up outside the synagogue's front door the week of November 2 along with instructions. Any questions? Contact: Janene.Raisman@gmail.com.

If you can help with this effort, sign up using this link:

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“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for all people to dwell together in unity.”

— Psalm 133

“I don’t need you to agree with me, I need you to care about me!”

—Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

At Temple Judea, we care about being in a caring community. Through this challenging time of pandemic, when we feel our human vulnerabilities, when we are scared and worried, we draw strength from staying connected.

When all of us stay connected to one another and care for each other through this difficult time, hope for a better future becomes real. Things will get better. Jewish history teaches us that we are resilient and together we can overcome many challenges. Please reach out for help. Be part of our community, participate, be inspired and connected.

Looking forward to being with you,
Rabbi Sigal

"I am one and you are one and we are all together one.
In the spirit in the heart we are all together one."

Listen to Rabbi Sigal's song:

If you are new and would like to connect, call us at 215-348-5022 or email us:

General questions judea@templejudea.org
Stacey Greenberg - Religious School RSDirector@templejudea.org
Sheryl Milstein - Small Wonders Early Learning Center sherylm@templejudea.org
Becky Bernstein - Welcoming Committee rchalfin@yahoo.com

Chesed Caring Committee is prepared to help anyone who is in need of support. Please reach out to us if you need any help. Contact Laurie Ann at windadct@comcast.net.

Thank you all for your generous support and contributions. Please don't miss the opportunity to double the value of your contribution with our $5,000 matching donation challenge. Donate here:

S upport T emple J udea

We celebrate Judaism as a wisdom, a dynamic evolving tradition. We emphasize personal and communal connections with meaning; building on the past, honoring the present and looking to the future. We are a musical, learning, creative, relevant and contemplative community. We honor and welcome all people, religions and opinions.

- Rabbi Sigal Brier

We celebrate Judaism as a wisdom, a dynamic evolving tradition. We emphasize personal and communal connections with meaning; building on the past, honoring the present and looking to the future. We are a musical, learning, creative, relevant and contemplative community. We honor and welcome all people, religions and opinions.

- Rabbi Sigal Brier

Email Rabbi Sigal
Phone: 215-348-5022

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