May

Wednesday, May 1 — Yom HaShoah Service. A beautiful interfaith holocaust remembrance led by Rabbi Strom with the Temple Judea Choir. 7:00 pm.

Saturday, May 4 — Night of Light — "A Miraculous Journey to the Experience of God" presented by historian and storyteller Ken Kaplan. Join us for wine and cheese, havdalah, and a unique discussion. 6:00 pm. $10 donation suggested.

Sunday, May 5 — Adult Education program with guest speaker Ira Poliakoff, author of Synagogues of Philadelphia. Co-sponsored with Kehilat Hanahar and held at their New Hope location. 12:00 pm.

Sunday, May 5 —  Family Fun DaysBowling at Thunderbird Lanes in Warminster. Join other TJ families for an afternoon of fun! $9.50/person includes shoe rental and 1-1/2 hours of bowling. Scroll down to poster below for more details. 12:30 pm. ,

Sunday, May 5  — Annual Congregational Meeting — Temple Judea will gather to vote on incoming officers for the next two years and to discuss other topics. If unable to attend, please return your proxy to the temple office before the date of the meeting. 4:00 pm

Friday, May 17 — NFTY-PAR Haggigah Maccabiah — grades 8 through 11 (at Camp Harlam)

Saturday, May 25 — "Sage-ing: The Art of Spiritual Eldering" — class series led by Rabbi Simon. (Those interested in joining the ongoing class should call the temple office to contact Rabbi Simon.) 10:30 am.

Shabbat Services every Friday 7:00 pm

Torah Study every Saturday 8:45 am

For a complete listing of all activities at Temple Judea, click on the Calendar link at the top of the page.

April

Thursday, April 4 — Ladies Night Out — A great night of shopping, sipping, and schmoozing.  $5 per ticket includes glass of wine and refreshments. Huge variety of vendors, plus raffle and silent auctions. 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

Saturday, April 6 — NFTY-PAR — For grades 6, 7, 8 (at Rodeph Shalom). 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

Sunday, April 7— Family Fun Days — Join the Temple Judea gang at Altitude Trampoline Park in Feasterville starting at 12:30 pm. Pay at the gate. See poster below for more details.

Friday–Sunday, April 12–14 — NFTY-PAR Spring Kallah — for grades 9 through 12 (at Camp Harlam)

Saturday, April 13 — Casino Night — Join us for games and fabulous prizes, plus great noshes and cash bar. $50 per person. Walk-ins welcome or purchase tickets on line at templejudea.org/share-support. 7:00 pm–11:00 pm. See poster below for more details.

Sunday, April 14 — Adult Education program with guest speaker Abigail Rosenthal Martin, discussing her book, A Good Look at Evil. Program begins at 1:00; coffee and bagels available at 12:30 pm. $10 donation suggested.

Sunday, April 14 — JUSTY Passover Seder (at Peace Tohickon Lutheran Church). 7:00 pm

Friday, April 19Erev Pesach

Saturday, April 20 Congregational Seder— Rabbi Cherney will lead a traditional seder with a  catered dinner at Temple Judea, beginning at 5:00 pm. Register and pre-pay by April 9. See full details and registration form below.

Friday, April 26  - Shabbat Service led by Rabbi Simon. We will welcome members of the Bucks Mont Interfaith Community as they join us to celebrate Shabbat and mark the end of Passover. All are invited to attend this family-friendly service, which will also feature an extended oneg. Children and teens are encouraged to attend this service and meet others from the Interfaith community.

Saturday, April 27 — Kaballah Class led by Rabbi Simon — topic for this series is “Sage-ing: The Art of Spiritual Eldering.” 10:30 am. No fee; open to all.

Sunday, April 28 — Yom Ha’Atzmaut with JUSTY. 10:30 am

Shabbat Services every Friday 7:00 pm

Torah Study every Saturday 8:45 am

For a complete listing of all activities at Temple Judea, click on the Calendar link at the top of the page.

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Temple Judea of Bucks County
38 Rogers Road, PO BOX 109 - Furlong, PA 18925
(Please be sure to use the PO Box address for all correspondence)
Phone: 215.348.5022 - Fax: 215.268.3410
email: judea@templejudea.org
Temple Judea is a reform synagogue serving the Doylestown, Bucks County Pa area.