Events

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The Coalition for Mutual Respect invites you to…
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner & Service
Friday, January 17, 2020 • 6 pm Dinner, 7:30 pm Service
“I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Cost is $25 per person, and sponsor a youth to also attend. Click to RSVP for dinner at 6 pm. The service at 7:30 pm is open to all. Click for the flyer.

Brotherhood Bourbon & Bible
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 • 6:30 pm, FREE, ALL INVITED!
Top shelf wine and liquor, great food and friendship with a special bible discussion with Rabbi Weiner and Cantor Schloss. Click for the flyer. Click to join us

Prime Time 4 Adults & The Advocacy Committee of Temple Israel invite you to…
Movie Night – CARE
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 • 7:00 pm
CARE illuminates the complex relationships and deep attachments that can be formed between seniors and care workers while exposing the cracks in a system that is not serving either group the way they need. Zahara Zahav and a colleague from the NY Caring Majority will discuss the film and their work. FREE, and open to Temple members & non-members over 21. RSVPs are encouraged, to accommodate for seating, to  Debby Rubin-Marx or call the Temple Office at (914) 235-1800. Walk-ins are welcome. Click for the flyer.

Community Shabbat Service/Dinner
Friday, January 24, 2020 • 6:00 Service followed by dinner
Share in a lively and engaging Shabbat worship followed by delicious Community dinner. Cost for dinner is $30 per adult, $8 per child (K-6), Tots and Chavaya participants in K-6 are free. Click for the flyer. Click to join us

Brotherhood Breakfast & Discussion
Sunday, January 26, 2020 • 9:30 am
Thicker Than Mud – Book Discussion
Jason Morris, Ph.D., temple member, is a professor in the Natural Sciences Department at Fordham University. His research interests include the genetic regulation of development and bioethics. Jewish learning is one of his lifelong passions. He will be discussing his latest religious fictional book Thicker Than Mud which finds Adam Drascher, a Jewish archaeology professor, unearthing family secrets. Breakfast and conversation are FREE. All are Welcome! RSVP to Mitchell Tarnopal to accommodate for food and seating, but walk-ins are also welcome. The book is available at the Temple for $10 for purchase. Click for the flyer.

Sisterhood presents “Tales From Behind the Mic” Book Discussion
with Claire Stevens, Author, Disc Jockey
Sunday, February 9, 2020 • 10 am
All welcome, light breakfast. FREE
RSVP to Jackie Saril to accommodate for food and seating, but walk-ins welcome
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Food for Thought
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 • 11:30 am
Finding a Meaningful Place in Retirement as a Red Cross Volunteer
Talk given by: Adam Sobel, temple member, who is retired, but has found how fulfilling it can be to be a Red Cross volunteer. Find out how! Click for the flyer. Click to join us.


On-Going
Talmud Class with Rabbi Weiner
Fridays, beginning at 9 am
An Adult Education Class

STARS (Seniors Together at Retirement)
Mondays for Exercise, beginning at 10:30 am
Check the calendar on the website for activity.

Kol Sasson, an adult choir, directed by Cantor Schloss. Sing for special services and events including:Community and Kol Shabbatot, Temple Israel Chanukah Celebration, Shabbat Shirah/MLK Commemoration Service, Shabbat Hakavod and Interfaith Passover Seder. The upcoming rehearsal dates are: Tuesday, January 7, 8 – 9:30 pm and Wednesday, January 15, 7 – 8:30 pm. For more information contact  Cantor Schloss or Beverly To

Kol Simcha – Temple Israel’s Youth Choir
Do you love to sing, are you in Kindergarten – 6th Grade?
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