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All are welcome to Temple Israel to observe the High Holidays. We do not sell tickets - voluntary donations are appreciated. All events are at Temple Israel unless otherwise noted. Click through for more detail on individual events.

Rosh Hashanah

Yom Kippur

Message from Rabbi Andrea

June 25, 2019

My Dear Community-
I came to TI 4 years ago now, with a seven-year plan in mind. I felt I had one more good piece of work in me. My time here has been amazing and interesting. I am challenged on many levels, in a good way. I feel my main purpose here - embedded in the davening and the administration and the education and the pastoral care and the social justice work - is to effect human development and organizational development.

Shabbat Gatherings

There are Shabbat services or other observances happening most weeks at Temple Israel. Below is our general schedule. Please visit our calendar to verify if a gathering is happening on a given date, and to learn about special presentations or themes for particular Shabbats.

First Friday
Every first Friday, we gather for a communal dinner, blessings, and songs. Come at 5PM to help set up, 6PM for blessings & dinner.

Second Saturday
The second Saturday of every month is a meditative chanting Shabbat morning service led by Rabbi Andrea. Services are at 10AM followed by kiddush.

Fourth Saturday
The fourth Saturday of every month is a traditional Shabbat morning service led by Rabbi Andrea. Services at 10AM followed by kiddush.

https://templeisraelgreenfield.org/events/calendar

Office Hours

Office Hours

Tuesdays 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Thursdays 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Office Phone: 413-773-5884

Rabbi's Hours

Tuesdays 9:00 am - 12:00 noon
Thursdays By appointment
Rabbi Phone: 413-772-8689

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