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Tuesday Jan 31, 7:00 PM

Jewish History Through Cooking with Rabbi Talya

 

Friday Feb 3, 7:00 PM

Friday night services & Oneg Shabbat.

Sunday Feb 5, 9:00 AM

Breakfast with Rabbi Talya

Saturday Feb 11

Tu B'shevat

Monday Feb 13, 7:00 PM

Board of Directors Meeting

Tuesday FEB 14, 7:00 PM

Jewish History Through Cooking with Rabbi Talya

Friday Feb 17, 7:00 PM

Friday night services & Oneg Shabbat.

Monday Feb 27, 7:00 PM

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Friday Mar 3, 7:00 PM

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781-284-8388

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A place to worship and nurture your soul.
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A place to belong.
A Place of Strength and Beauty.
... and Possibilities.

We are a contemporary synagogue in a traditional setting.

What is timeless and what is relevant in our daily lives.

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Winter Weather Alert

January 31 - Jewish History Through Cooking postponed due to weather.

 

Before coming to any event please call the temple to make sure we are open and that the event was not cancelled due to the weather.


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Events and Ongoing

Congratulations to the new officers and board for the coming year.

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Friday Night Services + Oneg Shabbat

February 3 & 17

March 3

 

7:00 PM

 

Come join us for a spiritual, musical and tasty evening.

 Shabbat

 


Sunday Lox and Learning Breakfasts with Rabbi Talya
Two-part breakfast series on Kashrut   

Part 1: January 22

 

Where do the kosher laws come from?  What does it say in the Bible about how to keep kosher?  How have practices changed over the years to the current day expectation that those who keep kosher will have separate dishes and pots for meat and milk foods?  What are possible reasons for these laws, and the range of meanings individuals today ascribe to following these laws?What are the range of practices individuals follow today?

Part 2: February 5

What is ethical kashrut?  What do people mean when they say they follow ethical kashrut?  What kinds of concerns are they thinking about, vis-a-vis treatment of animals, land, agricultural workers, the environment, and more?  What biblical values are they connected to?  What are different ways to practice ethical kashrut today?

 


Jewish History Through Cooking
with Rabbi Talya

POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER

Tuesdays, January 31 and February 14

7:00 PM

POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER


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Ha'achalat Re'evim/Feeding the Hungry

Food Pantry“You shall not harden your heart, nor shut your hand from your needy brother, but…lend him sufficient for his need.”   ~ Deuteronomy 15:7

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Tikkun Olam
Social Justice  
Repairing the World

 

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Temple B'Nai Israel

1 Wave Avenue

Revere, MA 02151