Martin Luther King Jr. Day Mitzvah Opportunity
Monday, January 20 from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Heideman Auditorium
The Temple and Love the Hungry, Inc. are partnering to package shelf stable food for hungry children both locally and overseas. Join us for this worthwhile mitzvah opportunity.
Please RSVP to Becky King at 502-212-2028 by Friday, January 17.
Pizza and soft drinks will be provided for volunteers.Find out more »
WRJ/Sisterhood Book Club Friday, January 24 | 10:00 am We hope you can join The WRJ/Sisterhood Book Club on Friday, January 24, at 10:00 am in the Fishman Library to discuss Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee by Casey Cep. The New York Times wrote: “Back in the 1970s a story had caught her eye. A true-crime story that belonged on the shelf more or less created by In Cold Blood. She’d helped Truman Capote…Find out more »
Frequently Asked Questions: Q. What is the difference between what a Rabbi and a Cantor can do? A. Rabbi Paula Feldstein at URJ wrote the following: "There really is no difference between what a rabbi can do and what a cantor can do (except the singing part and that isn’t always true, either). The cantor is a full clergy person and can do all the life-cycle events, pastoral work, teaching, etc. that a rabbi can do and is trained at…Find out more »
Family Shabbat Dinner & Tot Shabbat Friday, January 31 Family Shabbat Dinner 6:00 pm | Tot Shabbat 6:45 pm | Family Shabbat led by Grade 5 Students 7:00 pm Our Grade 5 class will be leading services at 7:00 pm, so we are celebrating with a special Family Shabbat Dinner at 6:00 pm. Additionally, for our youngest members, we will be having a special Tot Shabbat before service at 6:45 pm with stories and songs. Stay for a Tot Shabbat…Find out more »