Shalom, feels like summer out there! Our spring programming is wrapping up with a final session of Hot Topics tomorrow, but we've got classes and Shabbat services all summer long. Check our website calendar for the full schedule.
Shalom and thank you for reading the Temple Israel e-newsletter, your source for upcoming happenings at Temple Israel in Greenfield!
Due to illness, there will not be regular office hours tomorrow, Tuesday June 13. Rabbi Andrea will have her regular Rabbi drop-in hours from 9-12, and Carol will be in the office from 1-3pm to handle any urgent business.
Shalom! Hope everyone is enjoying their day. In this email is information about upcoming programs and general happenings around Temple Israel. If you want to join us for our free and guaranteed delicious Community Dinner June 2, please RSVP by this Friday, May 26!
Kate will be out of the office next Tuesday, May 30. Andrea will be here that day for Rabbi's drop-in hours and any urgent business.
Shalom from Temple Israel! We're finishing up the spring with some Adult Learning offerings. Our online course The Royal Road to Connecting with the Divine begins this Thursday and will cover teachings on spiritual practice and wisdom for life from Sefer Derekh HaMelekh, by Rabbi Kalonymus Kalman Shapira (Click on his name to visit his Wikipedia page and learn more about this fascinating character).
Shalom! We've got a special Shabbat morning service this weekend: Resting in the Land: An Elemental Sabbath. Interfaith Minister Dori Midnight and Andrea will lead us through a celebration and study of the torah portion Emor, which describes the seasonal arc and the cycles of seven which organize the ancient Jewish calendar. Starts at 10am.
Shalom! We have a beautiful concert coming up this weekend that we hope you can join for. Eventide Singers will be presenting a participatory concert/workshop exploring the role of music and presence in hospice and recovery care. More information on this concert, and more, is below.