In Our Community

On this page, you'll find offerings that enhance our Temple Israel community or that are happening throughout our wider Jewish community.

Sharon Community Chamber Orchestra
Michael Korn, Music Director, featuring members of the Temple Israel community.
Sunday, Nov 18th, 3PM AT Prowse Farm, Canton
Mark your calendars for our exciting season opener on Sunday, November 18 at 3PM in the intimate, casual setting of historic Prowse Farm in Canton.  Enjoy this special fundraising event with great music, fun, complimentary wine and food, and “Papa” Haydn’s famous, mischievous sense of musical humor. Click here for ticket information.

Naale Elite Academy- Information Session with the directors
Wednesday, November 14th at 7:30 pm 
AT Congregation Kadimah-Toras Moshe - 113 Washington Street, Brighton
Naale Elite Academy is a life-changing educational experience in an international environment, taking place in Israel! 

For the last 26 years it provided motivated Jewish students with the unique opportunity to attend high school in Israel beginning in grades 9th or 10th. Upon completion students receive an Israeli high school diploma and matriculation certificate, recognized by top universities worldwide. The program is fully funded and supervised by the Israeli Ministry of Education, and students receive a generous package of benefits that includes flights, full room & board, tours of Israel, and much more. With over 17,000 alumni, 28 schools and 1,900 students currently in their schools - this is with no doubt a success story. 
For details please see the attached flyer and visit http://www.naale-elite-academy.com

ONGOING Sisterhood Shoes Collection (ongoing) supporting Action for post-Soviet Jewry
We welcome your donations of adult and children’s usable and clean shoes which are much needed for people in Eastern Ukraine.  Please take your gently worn shoes, boots and sneakers to the box in the hallway near Classroom 2, outside Rabbi Fish's office.

ONGOING Zayde's Market makes a donation to Sharon USY based on sales receipts put into USY's box. Keep one receipt for yourself and drop the duplicate in the USY box by the cash register. It costs nothing to donate and will help support USY programming. Thank you! For information on our youth group programs, TI's youth coordinator, Ariel Holman.

ONGOING Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters is urgently seeking new mentors in the South Area for a number of local waiting kids.
Contact: Tania Gray (617-558-6542 or tania@jbbbs.org) or online at jbbbs.org.

ONGOING Visiting Moms is a free service that matches volunteers with moms or dads during the 1st year of baby's life.
Contact Debbie Whitehill at 781-693-5625 or dwhitehill@jfcsboston.org or www.jfcsboston.org/CERS to learn about other JF&CS programs open to all parents of newborns and young children.

ONGOING Let Welcome Baby! welcome your family to the Jewish community with a home visit, gift package, and resource guides to programs and events in your area. Visit www.jfcsboston.org/WelcomeBaby.

ONGOINGThe Memory Cafe by the Lake meets the 2nd Monday of each month, 2:00-3:30pm.
RSVP preferred but not required: contact Susan or Kathie at 781-784-8000. Presented by the Sharon Adult Center and the Massachusetts Association of Councils on Aging.