Dear Friends, I subscribe widely to magazines. Reflective of my eclectic tastes are included science magazines on astronomy. Recent technological advances have made the creation of powerful earth-bound telescopes even more impressive. How far we have come since Galileo! Greatly impressed by our new marvels would he be, but quite perplexed as infrared means of gazing […]
Until further notice, services will be at 6:00 via Facebook Live on the Congregation B’nai Israel Facebook page. If you cannot make the “live” service, it will be available to watch any time at your convenience. This is the link to the Temple’s Facebook page: CLICK HERE Simply go to the page at 6:00 and […]
Wednesday, January 27 at 12:00 noon via Zoom The Ozymandias Complex or I’m going to live forever?
Sunday, January 10 at 10:00 In Appreciation of Martin Luther King Rabbi will host Story Time via Zoom for everyone. Look for an email with the Zoom link.
Dear members, Welcome to 2021! As we progress into 2021 after a year wrought with un- certainty, I am sure we are all pausing to reflect on our experiences during the past year and upon the future as we anticipate a successful roll out of the vaccine to prevent Covid-19 and back to some semblance […]
Thank you, Sandy! As Sandy Gordin steps down as Temple president, incoming president, Tina Lyon, presented to Sandy a beautiful plate on behalf of a grateful board and congregation. We thank Sandy for all she has done! We welcome Tina and look forward to the upcoming year with her as Temple president.
1/2 Lee Vogelstein 1/3 Lori Axelrod 1/5 Patricia Bost 1/5 Mary Poliakoff 1/6 Gabrielle Orseck 1/12 Cathy Lewson 1/12 Mike Minsky 1/14 Ilan Falcon 1/17 Michael Lyon 1/17 Marcia Tobin 1/18 Rebekah Michelle Smiley 1/19 Deede Cohen 1/22 Sheldon Lustgarten 1/24 Peggy Buchman 1/28 Lynn Strait 1/31 Jennifer Britanisky
1/18 Barbara & Henry Barnet
1/1 Robert Lyon 1/1 Sheril Ann Powers 1/2 Mary Cohen Bornstein 1/2 Rose Goldberg 1/2 Stanley Nabow 1/4 Michael Yoffe 1/6 Esther D. Cohen 1/6 Esther Malka Levovitz 1/7 Eleanor Gerber 1/7 Helen Price 1/10 Edward Goldman 1/10 Masha Kirshman 1/11 Evalynn Poliakoff 1/12 Harry Yogman 1/13 Irving Litoff 1/14 Fred Bernanke 1/14 Israel Gilpin […]
Rabbi Liebowitz will be speaking at the Universalist Unitarian Church this weekend. The broadcast is scheduled on Christmas weekend on the 27th. The topic is “My Son the Atheist, Thank God!” Tentative time for the broadcast is 11:00 a.m. Click here to view on the 27th!
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Join the Rabbi this Sunday, December 6 at 10:00 for Story Time. This is for kids of all ages. There will be Kiddish Yiddish and the book The 8 Knights of Hanukkah. This will take place via Facebook Live (and not Zoom as in Temple Topics).
Dear Friends, There are two Chanukahs! One of them commemorates the military victory of the Maccabees over the Hellenistic forces of the Greek Syrians. The other is the familiar tale that was spun over a century and a half later: the oil lasting eight days. Which one do you prefer? As for me it depends […]
Dear Friends, “Mann Tracht, Un Gott Lacht”, an old Yiddish adage, “Man Plans, and God Laughs”, seems so appropriate for the year 2020. We all assume at times that our best-laid plans may be unhinged by unexpected changes, which can be either disappointing or exhilarating. That is an understatement for 2020! Years from now many […]
The new handwashing station at the cemetery is a gift in loving memory of Sheila and Joel Tanenbaum from The Tanenbaum Family. It is made of Jerusalem stone which matches the stone insets in the brick fences at the entrance of our Cemetery. Thanks to Gerald Smith for his vision and continued leadership as we […]