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Highlighted Events Jewish Meditation Group
Every Tuesday, 6:30 pm (BEEFY Sunday, November 6 & 13, Lounge) *Early Childhood Center 9:00 am - 12 pm (Social Hall) Classroom on November 15 Families are invited to hangout & relax Guided meditation group with Jewish while children attend Religious School themes for spiritual development. This group is great classes. Enjoy a bagel & a cup of coffee while you read the for those seeking to enhance their relationship with Sunday paper! God. Spend time discussing Jewish works that inspire a focused meditation.
Artist-in-Residence with Religious School
November 1, 8, 15 & 29, 7 pm (Temple B’nai Israel) Join Rabbi Treiser (this fall) and Rabbi Torop (in the spring) for the iEngage project, where we respond to growing feelings of disenchantment & disinterest toward Israel among an ever-increasing number of Jews worldwide by creating a new narrative regarding the significance of Israel for Jewish life. Visit templebeth-el.com for more information.
Thursday, November 3, 12 - 2:00 pm (Library) Join us while Linda Lerner discusses “What you’ve always wanted to know about the Pinellas County School Board.” Bring your own lunch (free!), or let us order it for you ($15 per person). Includes choice of sandwich: roasted turkey, tuna salad or Mediterranean veggie. RSVP by November 1 at (727) 347-6136 or email Angela at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, November 6, 9:30 am - 12 pm (Religious School Classrooms) A special Religious School day with visiting artist-inresidence, Gary Rosenthal. Students will create their own artwork pieces including mezuzahs, yads, dreidels & more!
Family Friendly Fun Shabbat with 1st & 2nd Grade Participation & Dairy Potluck Dinner
Celebrate with the Entire Family & Friends Too! Friday, November 11, Services at 6:30 pm (Sanctuary) Dairy Potluck Dinner at 7:15 pm (Social Hall) To parents of young children…relax! God put the wiggle in children. Don’t feel like you have to suppress those wiggles at Temple Beth-El. We need those wiggles (& even giggles) to have a Family Shabbat! RSVP to bring your meal contribution at templebeth-el.com/PotluckRSVP
Sunday, November 13, 9:30 am (Social Hall) Help feed the homeless & families Saturday, November 5, 12 & 19, at Daystar Life Center. Come for the 10 am (APR) Schmooze, then make lunches. For more This is an intimate service that combines temporary liturgy & music information, contact Paula at (727) 254-6436. with an extended, interactive Torah study & discussion of the weekly portion.
Shabbat Morning Services
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Highlighted Events Family Promise Hosting Dates November 13-20 (Temple Beth-El) Temple Beth-El is the only Jewish congregation in a network of congregations that temporarily house homeless families. Volunteers are always needed & welcome, but must be trained prior to hosting. For more information & to volunteer, contact Judy at email@example.com.
Temple Beth-El’s Sisterhood Judaica Gift Shop Open Wednesdays 3:00 - 6:00 pm Fridays 6:15 - 7:30 pm (or one hour before services) or by appointment
Sisterhood’s Holistic Sunday
Sunday, November 13, 10 am - 12 pm (Library) Ladies! Join the women of Sisterhood for a restful, rejuvenating morning! This peaceful, 2 hour retreat offers a variety of topics including 10 minute chair massages, nutritionist, mindful meditation, organic gardening tips, mini-seminars, Pilates, herbal remedies, musical interlude & chiropractic tips. FREE! Door prizes will be awarded.
Friday Night Live! Shabbat Service & Oneg
Friday, November 18, 7:30 pm (Sanctuary) Followed by “Media & Politics: How the Average Person Can Make a Difference” (See more info on page 6) Unique Shabbat experience featuring the jammin’ jews who are “bringin’ the energy, deliverin’ the prayer” every month. To learn more about the jammin’ jews, visit their website at jamminjews.rocks
The Early Childhood Center Harvest Program & Brunch
Wednesday, November 23, 10:00 am (Social Hall) Family & friends are invited to The Early Childhood Center’s Harvest Program & Brunch! Timeless Tales Theatre will perform & Tom the Turkey will make an appearance for all to enjoy. Apple cider will be available as well as delicious treats baked by each class.
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My oh my… it does not seem possible that a year has passed & we are again getting ready to celebrate Hanu…Chanukah…Or however you spell it. I know that you will all want to come & purchase your gifts for the young & the seniors. We have such a large variety of gifts, with special pricing for you. There are dreidels, menorahs, candles, platters for latkes & dishes for nosherie. We have gifts for your teacher, & jewelry for both genders. We have books for everyone to read. We have been busy & are now waiting for you to visit, browse, schmooze & buy. We wish you a Happy Holiday & New Years 2017. Looking for something specific? We can help! Proceeds benefit Temple Beth-El’s Sisterhood, Preschool & Early Childhood Center! Come Schmooze with us! Contact Toby (727) 531-1680 or Helen (727) 828-9956
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KOA Family Camping Weekend December 2 - 4, 2016 Friday, December 2
Sunday, December 4
7 - 9 am
Breakfast provided (bagels & cream cheese)
9:30 – 11 am
Enjoy time together, clean-up and pack
6:45 pm Dinner provided After Dinner Kids movie, s’more & campfire songs
Saturday, December 3
7 - 9 am
Breakfast provided (bagels & cream cheese)
Arrival and check-in for Religious School families.
Cost $15 person/per day OR $50 per family/entire weekend 2 & under are FREE!
10 am - Noon *No charge for these activities. Family activities include hands-on Chanukah themed activities, including music, art & drama. Third graders will also perform a unique reader’s theatre titled, “The Chanukah Force Awakens!” 10 - Noon
Shabbat Wonder Chanukah Make & Take (Especially for young children ages 0-5 )
Noon Pizza Lunch –Religious School Families MUST RSVP by 11/18 to firstname.lastname@example.org Afternoon Free time with bikes, kayaks, swim & mini-golf. 5:30 pm Dinner provided Grillin’ out- hotdogs, hamburgers & veggie burgers! After Dinner Havdallah, kids movie, s’mores & campfire songs
Meals that say “provided” are included in your attendance fee above (thanks to Temple BethEl’s Boyz-in-the-Hood!) However , you still must bring a side dish contribution to share with each meal. Guidelines: No Dairy Side Dish No Meat Side Dish RSVP’s for side dish contributions will be sent out shortly through an email sign up. Rustic cabins are also available. To register, call the temple office at (727) 347-6136 with payment ready. Check or cash is accepted. Payment must be paid by November 11, no exceptions! Questions about KOA? Contact Randi NashOrtiz at email@example.com or Jayme Joslyn at firstname.lastname@example.org Questions about Shabbat Wonder? Contact Stacy Conroy at email@example.com
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Make Your Own Artwork!
Saturday, November 5 6:00 pm Rothman Family Social Hall $50 Cost (applicable to art) / Babysitting $10 (per child) Tapas, Beer & Wine Will be Served
Artist Gary Rosenthal is known for his popular & unique Judaic artwork. Combining copper, brass & steel with brillaint fused glass, his collection has a contemporary style rooted in tradition. The Rosenthal collection has been presented to Presidents from Carter to Clinton, to Obama & other celebrities. It has been seen worldwide in many fine galleries, private collections, & museum shops including the Smithsonianâ€™s Renwick Gallery, Corning Museum of Glass, American Craft Museum & More!
Meet the Artist, Purchase Art, Create Art!
RSVP online at templebeth-el.com/Gary or mail a check to the Temple office
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Gary Rosenthal will be working with our Religious School students Sunday, November 6, sponsored by the Maurice A. and Thelma P. Rothman Endowment for the Artist in Residence Program.
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The Leif Nissen Social Justice Lecture Series of Temple Beth-El In partnership with League of Women Voters of the St. Petersburg Area, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, & Unitarian Universalists of Clearwater present
Media and Politics: How the Average Person Can Make a Difference Featuring
TV/Media Critic, Journalist & Author
Friday, November 18, 2016 Temple Beth-El
400 Pasadena Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33707
Shabbat Service at 7:30 pm, Lecture at 8:15 pm Eric Deggans is NPR’s first full-time TV critic. He came to NPR from the Tampa Bay Times newspaper in Florida, where he served as TV/Media Critic and in other roles for nearly 20 years. He is also the author of Race-Baiter: How the Media Wields Dangerous Words to Divide a Nation (2012), a look at how prejudice, racism and sexism fuels some elements of modern media. Eric was born in Washington D.C. and raised in Gary, IN. Interestingly, he went to the Hebrew Academy of Northwest Indiana (HANI) for middle school. He has a Bachelor’s of Arts in political science and journalism from Indiana University. In 2016 he was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award in Journalism from the Indiana University Media School as well as many previous awards.
The evening is free & open to the public. Oneg to follow the lecture. Feel free to join us for Friday Night Live! Shabbat Services at 7:30 pm prior to the lecture. For more information, please contact committee co-chair, Robin Warren at r firstname.lastname@example.org or the Temple office at (727) 347-6136. The Leif Nissen Social Justice Lecture Series is sponsored by Karen Lieberman & Bruce Nissen to honor their son Leif (May 21, 1980–November 19, 2008) of blessed memory. Leif was dedicated to social justice issues & his family is choosing to honor him through these lectures. The series is supported by the Temple Beth-El Social Action Committee.
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Rabbinical Sabbatical We are pleased to share with the congregation that Rabbi Michael Torop will be on Sabbatical leave from November 1st to Dec 31st this year (2016) and next year (2017). These dates were selected in consultation between Rabbi Torop and the lay leadership to create two meaningful periods of time for renewal of mind, body and soul after Rabbi Torop’s 15 years of service to Temple Beth-El. During the sabbatical, Rabbi Torop will take advantage of the opportunity for in-depth learning, spiritual nourishment (including reflection and prayer), and the development of new perspectives and insights. The day-to-day demands of congregational life rarely allow these essential elements of clergy life to flourish. A sabbatical provides the opportunity for spiritual and intellectual health, renewal and wholeness. This opportunity will replenish his spirit, nurture his ability to grow, and strengthen his ability to continue to serve Temple Beth-El to the fullest extent. The spiritual nourishment and replenishment that a sabbatical provides will be tremendously restorative to him as a rabbi, which in turn strengthens his ability to serve others. What will happen while Rabbi Torop is on leave? Fortunately, we are blessed with wonderful and dedicated lay leaders. Rabbi Torop, our staff, and our Worship and Celebration Committee are ensuring that there is a schedule of leaders for worship services, guest sermons, and musical coverage. We have some adult learning opportunities that are lay led and will continue (such as the Women’s Spirituality Group and Shabbat Morning Worship), and the iEngage course about Israel in collaboration with Temple B’nai Israel will provide a weekly learning opportunity as well through the rabbi’s sabbatical leave. The Board of Rabbis of Pinellas County will be rotating through these two months to provide emergency coverage for life cycle and pastoral needs. The office staff and those reachable after hours on our emergency number will know who to contact should the need arise.
44th Annual Art Festival - January 28, 29, 30, 2017 WE NEED YOU!! We are counting on YOU… …to make the 44th Annual Art Festival another huge success. We need many volunteers for the weekend. Please call Laura Horwitz at 727.421.5262 to offer your help. …to house out- of-town artists. Please offer your spare room to a visiting artist. She/he makes an interesting houseguest! If you are available to host, call Ann Soble at 727.573.1553. …to be a Purchase Award Patron. Your pre-pledge of $500 is applicable to the purchase of art and allows you to enjoy the Saturday afternoon Preview Reception as well as the opening event. Your purchase will be identified with a Purchase Award Ribbon. For more information, call Cecile Berko at 727.580.2509. …to be a Friend of the Artists. Your donation of $100 or more provides the prize money for the artists and allows you to enjoy the Preview Reception on Saturday afternoon. Send your donation to the Art Show c/o Temple. …to purchase TABS. Temple Art Bucks make a great gift for every occasion. Call the Temple Office or Nan Bugatch for more information at 727.345.8610. …to be a part of making this 44th Annual Art Festival Beth-El a HUGE success!
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Mazel Tov! November Birthdays 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 13 14 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 30
Phyllis Newberg Ted Gastman, Jamie Yanow Andrea Kowalski, Heather Labinger David Weinberg Michelle Unterberger Sheryl Stering Brandi Rosenbluth Linda Reimer, John Erik Savitsky, Ilyce Meckler-Forman, Victor Daniels, Nan Walker Clifford Will Shanna Glazer, Matthew Gootson Steven Raymund, Rabbi Michael Torop, Allan Davis Lane Ziegler, Marjorie Mitchell, Stefani Margolis, Bradley Chase, Melissa Morgenstein Marc Jacobson, Kit Samuels Paula Kramer, Janet Graham Allen Allweiss Stephen Newman Pamela DiAngelo, Ruth Rom, David Hesse Joshua Bloom Sara Gastman, Douglas Nobel, Richard Happle Steven Horwitz, Joanne Newberg, Michelle Green Shane Davis Sean Godonis
New Members The following people have recently joined our community. Please make them feel welcome! Fern Siegel Alex & Logan Sembler
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November Anniversaries 1 2 10 11 13 14 15 16 20 21 24 27 28 29 30
Marion & Jay Class Phyllis & Paul Tauber April & Brett Miller, Jennifer & Jason Goldstein Marlena & Brandon Sinclair Sara & Ted Gastman Shannon & Bruce Dworsky, Susan & Alan Dee, Pamela & Gerald Sherwin Sally & Bill Israel Beth & Jim Rosenbluth, Jayme & Ty Joslyn Miriam & Todd Pardoll Kerry & Rick Kriseman Sara & Ed Nicholson Beverly & Ira Mitlin, Marcie & Dean Gottesman, Joan & Doug Negretti Phyllis & William Kahn Elaine & Geoff Gross Susan & Marty Serota
Victoria & Lee Koenig – Who welcomed twins, Owen & Nora Koenig into the world on July 15, 2016. Proud older brother is Paul Koenig. Rebecca Zapen & Jeremy Douglass – Who welcomed their daughter Juniper into the world in August. Paula Haemmerle & Shep Massar – Who celebrated their wedding at Temple Beth-El on September 10, 2016. Shanna & Bryan Glazer – Who welcomed their son, Sawyer Malcolm Glazer, into the world on September 23, 2016. Shanna Glazer is daughter of Sue & Jon Rosenbluth, and granddaughter of Dotty Feinberg. Diane Mandell- Who opened her new business, Family Counseling Center (since 1993), at its new South County office location on Pasadena Avenue. Counseling is available for all ages & includes groups, children, families & marriages. Most insurances are accepted & sliding fee scale. Call (727) 254-9183 or visit www.phcounseling.com for more information.
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We mourn the loss of
Lois Suchomski – Mother of Steven & Amy Damashek who passed away on August 12, 2016. Lewis Silverboard – Husband of Evelyn Silverboard (z”l); Father of Stanley (z”l), Gerald, Reid (Jill), Susan and Nancy; Grandfather of Joshua, Scott, Alex, Laura, Rachel, Howard, Dan, Adam, Jake, Marc, Mindy and Wendy who passed away on August 16, 2016
... my parents planted for me before I was born, so do I plant for those who will come after me.” -The Talmud Ta'anit 23a
Diane Dimenstein Harris – Mother of Rebecca (Scott) Barancik and Jodi Harris (Rick Kerzner); Grandmother of Dahlia Barancik and William and Natalie Magioncalda who passed away on August 20, 2016. Harvey Rosen – Husband of Victoria Rosen; Father of Robert (Benette), Larry (Debbie) and Jonathan; Grandfather of Miranda, Maxwell, Adam, Rebecca, Zachary, Anne & Jack who passed away on September 3, 2016. Marilyn Krachmer – Sister of Stefani Margolis (Michael Krassner) and Murry B. Cohen (Meryl); Mother of Kara Herbst and Edward Krachmer who passed away on September 10, 2016. Herman Waldman – Father of Hilary Waldman who passed away on September 11, 2016. David S. Cohen – Husband of Michelle Cohen; Father of Meier Lance Cohen, Stephen (Stephanie) Cohen and Allison (Todd Farquhar) Cohen; Grandfather of Caroline, Charlie, Jacob & Madelyn who passed away on September 17, 2016. Milton Ullman, DDS – Brother of Sally Ullman Israel (William); Husband of June Ullman, Father of Holly Ullman Berman (Dr. Norman) and Scott (Muriel) Ullman; Grandfather of Jameson and Tessa who passed away on September 17, 2016.
Please consider a gift for Temple Beth-El’s legacy by contributing to our Endowment. You can give today, in your will, trust, retirement account or life insurance policy.
Joseph Feuer – Step-father of Esther Happle; Stepgrandfather of Renata Happle who passed away on October 8, 2016. Erwin Stanton ‘Stan’ Salzer- Husband of Iris Salzer who passed away on October 20, 2016.
Contact Sarah Gotlieb for more information at (727) 347-6136.
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Todah Rabah (Thank You) Bertha M. Jerzy Fund
Ganz Religious School Fund
General Operating Fund
In memory of Edna Gordon, by Marjorie Mitchell Joseph Brodie, by Marjorie Mitchell Milton Brodie, by Marjorie Mitchell Don & Thelma Erwin, by Irv & Donna Zelig
In memory of Jules Heilweil, by Debbie & Mickey Heilweil Lewis Silverboard, by Steve & Bonnie Traiman David Cohen, by Toby Schuster
Cynthia Adler Early Childhood Center Fund In memory of Regina Getz, by Harriett Lieberman
In honor of The birth of Sawyer Malcolm Glazer, by Linda & Jack Goldfarb The Heilweil’s 65th Wedding Aniversary, by Sondra & Howard Fink by Florence & Alan Leiman The Marriage of Tara Fletcher & Phill Loney, by Cynthia Fletcher
Florence & Morris Lippman Music Fund
In memory of Lewis Silverboard, by Jim & Beth Rosenbluth Debi Englander, by Jim & Beth Rosenbluth Mel Gross, by Jim & Beth Rosenbluth Diane Harris, by Jim & Beth Rosenbluth Marilyn Krachmer, by Marcie & Dean Gottesman by Jim & Beth Rosenbluth by Leslie & Clifford Will In honor of The birth of Sawyer Malcolm Glazer, by Leslie & Clifford Will The Heilweil’s 65th Wedding Aniversary, by Leslie & Clifford Will
In memory of Adele Pinsker, by Alan & Sally Pinsker Samuel Footnick, by Al Footnick & Terri HartmanFootnick Ruth Coverdale, by Georgeanne Miller
In memory of Matthew Fleece, by Ellen Fogel Sherrie Richman, by Ellen Fogel Arlene Honig, by Surelle Carter Lewis Silverboard, by Seth & Heather Labinger Bosco, by Hal & Judith Hershkowitz Herman Waldman, by Helen Hameroff David Cohen, by Peter & Lois Pardoll by Marc & Laurie Reiskind by Nancy & Alan Bomstein by Joel & Ellen Goetz by Michael & Sandy Slomka by Jodi & Barry Weinstock Debi Englander, by Alan & Susan Schwartz by Heather & Seth Labinger Mel Gross, by Nan & Budd Bugatch by Hal & Judith Hershkowitz by Helen Hameroff Diane Harris, by Leslie & Clifford Will Milton Ullman, by Pamela & Stephen Newman by Mary Ann & Bruce Marger Marilyn Krachmer, by Nan & Budd Bugatch Brooks, by Hal & Judith Hershkowitz In honor/ appreciation of The Marriage of Paula Haemmerle & Shep Massar, by Diann & Jeffrey Stern General donation, by Stanton & Susan Englander
Irwin & Sonya Miller Family Building Fund In memory of Marilyn Krachmer, by Toby Schuster
L’Dor V’Dor General Endowment Fund In memory of Dr. Seymour M. Siegel, by Fern Siegel Regina Siegel, by Fern Siegel
Todah Rabah (Thank You) Rabbis Discretionary Fund
In memory of Robert Mitlin, by Beverly & Ira Mitlin Rose Glasser, by Georgine & Lawrence Savitsky Steven Kapell, by Alan Kapell Yelena Rabinovich, by Bill & Yevgeniya Fagerquist Morris Root, by Allen Root Archie Cohen, by Roger Cohen Ethel Gaft, by Shirley Snitz Nathan Brody, by Lisa & Victor Cohen David Cohen, by Barry & Jackie Kanner Mel Gross, by Jan & Craig Sher by Lisa & Victor Cohen Diane Harris, by Karen & David Berman by Jan & Craig Sher Marilyn Krachmer, by Jan & Craig Sher by Lisa & Victor Cohen In honor of/ Best Wishes for/ Appreciation of Rabbi Michael Torop, by Shirley Lino by Hal & Judith Hershkowitz by Michelle Cohen by Surelle Carter by Harriett Lieberman Our Wedding, by Sheppard Massar & Paula Haemmerle Jan Sher’s Birthday, by Helen Levine & Katee Tully
Religious School Special Projects Fund In memory of Angelina Belluardo, by Joanne & Joel Newberg
In honor of Will Conroy’s Conversion, by Marilyn Benjamin
In memory of Vivian Yaffin, by Sue Froid Diane Harris, by Toby Schuster Marilyn Krachmer, by Diann & Jeffrey Stern by Sharron & Lorne Abrams
Social Action Fund
In memory of Harvey Morgenstein, by Betty Morgenstein Seymour S. Weiss, by Rhonda & Robert Sattin Diane Harris, by Betty Morgenstein by Robin Warren by David & Lois Cohen by Edward & Halina Herman Marilyn Krachmer, by Sheppard Massar & Paula Haemmerle by Betty Morgenstein In honor of The Heilweil’s 65th Wedding Aniversary, by Betty Morgenstein
Sol Markman Ner Tamid Dues Relief Fund In memory of
Lula Pascual, by Chana Pascual
In memory of Diane Berni, by Sonya Miller Sarah B Kaplan, by Raye Kaplan Harold Englander, by Betsy & Lenny Englander Dr. Edward Gilberg, by Elli Gilberg Martha Louise Starks, by Jack Estes & Lisa Starks-Estes David L. Yaffin, by Sue Froid Brendon Elbaz, by Betsy & Lenny Englander Mabelle K. Silver, by Charles & Faith Simmons Gerald Goldman, by Raida Goldman Margaret Rose, by Tom & Dorcey Rose Yelena Rabinovich, by Bill & Yevgeniya Fagerquist Pauline Esrick, by Betsy & Lenny Englander Robin Easton, by Harriet Easton Abraham Wolotsky, by Sheppard Massar & Paula Haemmerle Marie Werner, by Adele Pascar
*Donations received from August 15 - October 15, 2016.
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Calendar at a Glance
(Details inside on pages 2 - 3 & throughout Mailer) Tuesday, November 1 6:30 pm Jewish Meditation 7:00 pm iEngage (at Temple B’nai Israel) Thursday, November 3 12 Noon L’Chaim Luncheon w/Linda Lerner Friday, November 4 7:30 pm Erev Shabbat Service & Oneg Saturday, November 5 10:00 am Shabbat Morning Services 6:00 pm An Artful Evening w/ Gary Rosenthal Sunday, November 6 9:00 am Brotherhood Schmooze 9:30 am Religious School Artist-in-Residence w/Gary Rosenthal Tuesday, November 8 6:30 pm Jewish Meditation 7:00 pm iEngage (at Temple B’nai Israel) Friday, November 11 6:30 pm Family Friendly Fun Shabbat w/1st & 2nd Grade Saturday, November 12 10:00 am Shabbat Morning Services
Sunday, November 13 Friday, November 25 9:00 am Brotherhood 7:30 pm Erev Shabbat Schmooze Service & Oneg 9:30 am Religious School Saturday, November 26 9:30 am Daystar 10:00 am Shabbat Morning Lunchmaking Services 10:00 am Sisterhood’s Sunday, November 27 Holistic All Day No Religious School Sunday (Thanksgiving Tuesday, November 15 Break) 6:30 pm Jewish Tuesday, November 29 Meditation 6:30 pm Jewish 7:00 pm iEngage (at Temple Meditation B’nai Israel) 7:00 pm iEngage (at Temple Friday, November 18 B’nai Israel) 7:30 pm Friday Night Thursday, December 1 Live! Shabbat 12 Noon L’Chaim Service & Luncheon Fancy Schmancy Friday, December 2-4 Oneg All Weekend KOA Family 8:15 pm Leif Nissen Camping Social Justice Weekend Lecture Series w/Eric Deggans Saturday, November 19 10:00 am Shabbat Morning Thanksgiving Holiday Closures Services Sunday, November 20 Sundays, November 20 & 27 All Day No Religious No Religious School School (Thanksgiving Wednesday, November 23 Break) Early Childhood Center Closed at Noon 9:00 am KLDC (offsite) Temple Office Closed at 1:00 pm Tuesday, November 22 6:30 pm Jewish Thursday & Friday, November 24 - 25 Meditation Early Childhood Center & Temple Office Closed All Day