Slichot Program & Services, Sat night, Sept 21st

Slichot Program & Services

Rob Leikind, Regional Director, AJC New England

Rob Leikind, Regional Director, AJC New England

Saturday evening, September 21st, 8:45pm

with Guest Speaker, Rob Leikind, AJC Regional Director

Prior to Rosh HaShanah, Slichot services allow us to prepare ourselves for the Days of Awe.

Temple Israel is pleased this year to host our South Shore neighbors from Congregation Bnai Tikvah for learning and prayer to start the High Holy Day season.

We will begin at 8:45 pm with an opportunity for folks to meet and greet one another. At 9, we will introduce our speaker-Robert Leikind of the American Jewish Committee, to speak on Teshuva- returning to a relationship of discourse over disagreement.

Under Bob‘s guidance an effort is underway which seeks to address the anti-Israel rhetoric emanating from portions of the Christian community. At the same time the AJC and its rabbinic partners hope to open an honest and challenging relationship based upon true mutual respect. This effort provides a model for genuine growth and understanding within all our relationships. The talk will conclude before 10. The talk will be followed up by an opportunity for coffee and light refreshments. 

The service will begin at 10:30 PM with the changing of the torah mantles. This service should end by around 11:20. Rabbis Fish and Silverman will be joined in leading the service by Rabbi Leonard Gordon and Cantor Joshua Grossman, as well as the entire B’nai Tikvah community. 

 

Modern Ethical Dilemmas - Sunday mornings

Modern Ethical Dilemmas

Sunday mornings at 9:30am

Nov. 3, 17 & 24, Dec 15 & 22 

Judaism has a lot to add to the conversation about abortion, free speech, censorship, the death penalty, end-of-life decisions, assisted suicide, and more. Join Rabbi Silverman for a 5-part conversation about modern ethical dilemmas. 

FREE with registration, below.

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High Holiday Family Services- open to the community (with registration)

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Temple Israel is pleased to open our doors to the community for Family Services during the holiday.
Registration required, below.

  • Erev Rosh HaShanah- Sunday, Sept 29th, 5:15pm (come at 4:45pm for a professional family Holiday photo)

  • Rosh HaShanah- Monday, Sept 30th, 9:00am (for Tots, ages 0-5 & their parents)

  • Yom Kippur- Wednesday, Oct 9th, 9:00am (for Tots, ages 0-5 & their parents)

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Sukkah Brunch- Oct 20

Sukkah Brunch

Sunday, October 20th

11am - 1pm

in Rabbi Silverman’s Sukkah

FREE with RSVP (continue below)

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Sandra Gamm Memorial Concert- Sept 8, 2019

Temple Israel’s
Sandra Gamm Memorial Concert

The Cantor’s Couch
Featuring: Cantor
Jack Mendelson

Sunday, September 8th, 4PM
Temple Israel, Sharon, MA

(Patriots game is at 8:20PM)

presented by Temple Israel’s
Sandra Gamm Memorial Fund for Music and the Creative Arts

Sponsorships & Tickets

Online ticket sales has ended;
Tickets WILL be available for purchase at the door, cash or check only ($20 or $36 each).

LISTEN: CLICK TO LISTEN to Larry Sandberg on New England Weekend with Jordan Rich, WBZ1030 AM Radio promoting the concert. The interview will also air Sunday, Sept. 1st at 7:55am.

READ: CLICK TO READ Cantor Mendelson’s interview with the Jewish Advocate