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Anna Sobel Puppet Show & Shabbat Blessing Circle

Our regular Family Shabbat Blessing Circle welcomes special guest Anna Sobel with her new show TIME TO SLOW DOWN! The Tortoise & the Hare aren't the only ones who can't agree on whether slow or fast is best. In this musical Shabbat puppet show, you'll meet that famously plodding turtle and his accelerated rabbit competitor as well as several other puppet duos with conflicts around optimum speed! Join Anna Sobel for this fun and funny, and of course musical, puppet show.

The Amida/Standing Prayer: What Do You Stand For?

The core of Hebrew liturgy is the Amida or Standing Prayer. It is one of the oldest prayers and one of the few prayers that is not simply lifted directly from the Bible. It was composed by our earliest proto-rabbinic leaders.
In this 2 part class we'll discuss the structure, history and themes of the daily and Shabbat Amida. This class is open to pre-bar-mitzvah folks thru adults.
The class is free to members of TI. Non-members are asked to donate $10-18 per class.
Rabbi Andrea is the instructor. She hopes to see you there!

Family Shabbat Blessing Circle

Welcoming all TI families, especially those with little ones, to a Shabbat Blessing Circle, 5:30-6:00. These sweet gatherings will include simple shabbat songs, a word of Torah or a story, a time to exchange blesisngs and appreciations and all the basic shabbat table blessings, co-led by Rabbi Andrea and the families!

Family Shabbat Blessing Circle

Welcoming all TI families, especially those with little ones, to a Shabbat Blessing Circle, 5:30-6:00. These sweet gatherings will include simple shabbat songs, a word of Torah or a story, a time to exchange blesisngs and appreciations and all the basic shabbat table blessings, co-led by Rabbi Andrea and the families!

People are also welcome to show off their home made challah, beautiful kiddush cups, decorative place settings or any other shabbat delights you want to share.

Oy! Rehearsal

Preparations are under way for our Teen Theater production of Rich Orloff's play Oy!. Each playlette introduces one Yiddish word by embedding it in an amusing and thought provoking narrative.
Adult rehearsal begins at 4; teens join at 5 for their scenes.
Our talented teens and adults have taken on 7 of the skits and are preparing for a June live-on-Zoom production.
We hope to keep this play in circulation and even add additional plays and readings. Please contact Rabbi Andrea if you (teens or adults) would like to receive future announcements of casting calls

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