Yom Sheini, 24 Shevat 5777

HillelWorship is central to the Temple Israel community. Gathering to celebrate and lift the spirit as well as worship the Divine defines us as Reform Jews. Our services at Temple Israel provide the full range of worship experiences, covering all Sabbaths and holidays throughout the year.

There is a worship experience for everyone at Temple Israel. We offer our regular Shabbat Services on both Friday nights and Saturday mornings. On Friday nights, we come together to close out the week, unwind, and reflect as we rest and celebrate the essence of Shabbat. Once each month, on Friday evenings, we have a Family Service at which our children's choir participates. On Shabbat mornings, we offer congregational worship, which is often the setting for important life-cycle moments such as Bar and Bat Mitzvah, wedding blessings and baby naming.

Throughout the year, Temple Israel celebrates all holidays with engaging services that bring together the music, traditions and rituals of each holiday. We strive to have everyone feel the uniqueness of each Jewish holiday.

Our services are intended to draw everyone into the worship experience through uplifting music, messages and congregational involvement. When we pray, we do so together. We welcome you to join us.

Purim 2017

Purim 2016

Saturday, March 11, 2017 • Erev Purim
7:30 pm    Purim Shpiel & Megillah Reading - “What’s My Megillah?”

Sunday, March 12, 2017 • Purim
11 am    Purim Family Service
11:30 am    Purim Carnival (open to children 5 and under)
12 pm    Purim Carnival (open to all)

We ask each Temple member to bring in a box of macaroni and cheese to  use as a grogger  during  all of  Temple Israel’s Purim services.
This food will then be donated to HOPE Community Services.


Purim is a holiday for laughter, costumes, noisemakers and giving treats. Mishloach Manot is the Purim Mitzvah of sending small gifts, usually of food, to friends, neighbors and the community.

Surprise your friends and family with Mishloach Manot gift bags. Each decorated package contains an assortment of Kosher candy and snacks, hamentaschen, and a grogger. Please also consider donating Mishloach Manot to the United Hebrew or Sarah Neuman Nursing Home.

Why should you purchase Mishloach Manot this year?
• It is a Mitzvah to gift baskets of food to family and friends.
• Mishloach Manot sales are an important fundraiser for Chavaya.

Click to order Mishloach Manot this year and support Temple Israel of New Rochelle by Friday, February 17th!

Coming Up

Feb
17

02.17.2017 - 02.20.2017

Feb
22

02.22.2017 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Feb
23

02.23.2017 9:15 am - 11:00 am

Feb
23

02.23.2017 3:45 pm - 5:40 pm

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