Yom Sheini, 24 Shevat 5777

For thousands of years, Jews have been greeting the beginning of the Sabbath by coming together in the synagogue. Friday nights are filled with a sense of leaving the week behind–shedding the stresses of work and responsibilities and the frenetic schedule of running around. On Shabbat evening, we join each other as the soul is replenished, renewed and rejuvenated.

Because of our diverse membership and traditions, Temple Israel offers several kinds of services on Friday nights. All services, however, are open to everyone who wishes to come and pray: young and old, members and visitors, experienced worshippers and those who are experimenting. Come one, come all.
Throughout each month, we offer a range of dynamic, engaging and uplifting Shabbat evening services.  These services blend the best elements of traditional Jewish worship with modern approaches to prayer. Each service includes inspiring music, Torah-centered learning opportunities and wonderful communal experiences.

Once each month, we have a family service. This service includes child-friendly, but adult appropriate music, led by our cantor as well as our youth choir, Kol Simcha (Voice of Joy). In lieu of a sermon, one of the clergy tells a fun, message-filled story in an informal manner. Prayers on these evenings are read from a special family service in our prayerbook.

Likewise, we also offer one Friday night a month called Community Kehillat Shabbat – Communal Sabbath.  This service begins at 6 p.m. and is jammed packed with inspiration and spirit. The service is filled with joyous, participatory music, a mini, informal learning session, and wonderful cross section of our entire community – all in under an hour.  By 7 p.m., the community gathers for our Kehillat Shabbat Dinner which brings together all the best elements of a family Shabbat dinner: great food, a full open bar, wonderful friends and family. You can RSVP for our next dinner by calling our office at (914) 235-1800.


Community (Kehillat) Shabbat Service/Dinner

Friday, September 5
Service 6 p.m. (open to all)
Dinner 7 p.m. (open to the community, please RSVP so that there is enough food) 

NEW! Community Shabbat Children's Activities. Temple Israel is pleased to provide age appropriate activities for your children while you attend dinner. Please include the name(s) and age(s) of all children attending so that we may secure the appropriate number of staff.
 

Shabbat Sponsors

Thank you to all Community (Kehillat) Shabbat Sponsors!
You may sponsor for a special occasion or a loved one in the same RSVP form. Please look for sponsor levels.


Past Sponsors

"Shabbat Angel" Beth & David Feldman
"Gift of Shabbat" Ilissa & Paul Warhit, Suzi Siegel & Adam Sobel
"Dessert Sponsor" Susan & Mitchell Tarnopal, Val Etra, Edith Meyers,
Cantor Tanya & Scott Greenblatt, Sisterhood
"Bar Sponsor" Barbara & Lloyd Robinson, Dave & Marji Karlin,
The Ostrager & Cohen Families, Claire Coleman, Elliot & Diane Senderoff
Barbara & Frank Axel, Suzi Siegel & Adam Sobel, Brotherhood, Len & Berdie Stein

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Shabbat ShaBeach

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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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