Hadassah Meeting Reminder!

HADASSAH

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, February 15 at 11 AM at the Temple. We will be discussing our plans for the next few months. Plan on bringing your lunch and staying for the Rabbi’s Brown Bag Lunch at noon.

The drop box for donations to the Safe Homes Network has been located. It has been placed in the cloak room off the main lobby of the Temple. We encourage you to bring soap, shampoo, toothpaste, and similar items whenever possible. When the box is filled, we will take the items to Safe Homes and then begin collecting again.

See you around the
Temple

Nancy Rosenberg

The Rabbi’s Brown Bag Lunch

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 12:00 pm
Please RSVP to the Temple

Ever like a poet whose poetry you barely grasp but love anyway? That is how I feel about the late Leonard Cohen’s work. I would like to explore with you his last offerings in his acclaimed work “You Want it Darker.” It is filled with depth-filled Jewish sentiments and abiding humanity.

Tu B’shvat Dinner and Service!

No doubt you have heard about the groundhog predicting 6 more weeks of winter. Our tradition wisely anticipates the same by holding Jewish Arbor Day Tu bishvat this time of year. We have a wonderful dinner planned for this Friday, February 10th at 6:30 pm with special cuisine designed to help us observe this nature holiday. Look forward to your being there. Please RSVP to the temple.

Meeting Tonight!

Rabbi Liebowitz, as the chair of the Spartanburg Green Congregations, is pleased to announce a meeting this evening at Central Methodist Church on Church Street at 7 o’clock p.m. It is featuring among other presenters, Newt Hardie and The Trees Coalition responding to the threat of invasive floral species in our area. Refreshments will be offered. It is a brief meeting lasting approximately an hour and is well worth attending.

Hadassah News

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, February 15 at 11 AM at the Temple. We will be discussing our plans for the next few months. Plan on bringing your lunch and staying for the Rabbi’s Brown Bag Lunch at noon.

The drop box for donations to the Safe Homes Network has been located. It has been placed in the cloak room off the main lobby of the Temple. We encourage you to bring soap, shampoo, toothpaste, and similar items whenever possible. When the box is filled, we will take the items to Safe Homes and then begin collecting again.

See you around the
Temple

Nancy Rosenberg