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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!
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 […]
The food pantry at St. Matthews is still in need of the following items: Dry dog & cat food Extra large adult diapers Wet wipes Foil Ziplock bags Plastic wrap Bar soap Toothpaste & tooth brushes Deodorant Any travel toiletries Recycle shopping bags for Thanksgiving
Monday, December 7 at 7:00 In partnership with The Spartanburg Historical Foundation’s Holiday Traditions event, they will join Rabbi Liebowitz in the temple kitchen as he shares various foods usually prepared for Hanukkah. This will be a Facebook live event on the Foundation’s page. Click Here for Link