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Monthly Archives: 23 Tevet 5771 (December 30, 2010)
Presented in collaboration by Temple Shalom and Temple B’nai Abraham and generously funded by a Jewish Federation of the North Shore Community Innovation Grant Israel Rocks! is a Jewish Identity & Hebrew immersion program for children ages 6-13 years. It is designed to pass on our love of Israel and Judaism through Hebrew language, music, dance, games and food. The program was developed and instructed by Temple Shalom’s Cantor Idan Irelander & Rachel Jacobson, one of the most dynamic Jewish Educators on the North Shore. The program will teach Hebrew and Jewish culture to the children in a fun “summer camp” club-style format that will use multimedia aides, songs and memory games, all in Hebrew. The kids love the competition, cooperation and the interactive learning atmosphere. WHEN & WHERE: DATE: Classes begin January 3- May 6 TIME: 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. LOCATION: Temple B’nai Abraham COST: $100 FOR MORE INFO: email@example.com or 978-927-3211
One of the reasons Rashi is so popular several centuries after he left us his wealth of wisdom in volumes of commentary on both the Torah and the Talmud is that he forces us to look at the questions that many of us have when we look at the same text that he studied. For this week I am drawn to his comments on Exodus 2:10-11 where we are told about Moses, who was attended to by his mother in the court of the Pharaoh: “And the child grew, and she brought him to Pharaoh’s daughter… And it came to pass, later when he had grown, that Moses went out to talk to his brothers…”
This Bulletin Digest includes announcements of January events and other selected website posts. Please continue to check the website regularly for complete postings, updated information, and calendar listings. Click this link for the January Bulletin Digest.
Nothing can come close to comforting us like a hearty soup on a cold day. Each of us has our favorite type that brings back fond memories of one’s childhood. Outside of chicken soup on Friday evenings (my girls call it Baubbie’s Zhoup), my favorite was pea soup. My sisters and I enjoyed cutting up bologna or a cooked hot dog to throw into the bowl in the same way that we enjoyed tossing crackers into our tomato soup with grilled cheese. Now that I have a bit more sophisticated taste buds, I enjoy an occasional black bean soup or a roasted vegetable and lentil soup to warm my insides. For several years, Temple B’nai Abraham has partnered with a national organization known as the Souper Bowl of Caring, which helps younger people across America develop a stronger connection to their communities by caring for their neighbors in need. They have chosen the time around the Super Bowl in February to make people aware of what it means to give to others by tackling the issue of hunger in our local communities, across our country, and around the globe. This year communities across the country will collect donations to support local charities from January … Continue reading
(Recorded through December 12, 2010) The Congregation Gratefully Acknowledges the Following Contributions:
The Temple B’nai Abraham office will be closed from noon on Friday, December 24, through Monday, January 3.