Two ways to celebrate Purim
"Come Together" Wednesday, March 4 at 6 p.m. for Temple Israel’s Purim Celebration that includes a Megillah reading, Beatles “Magical Mystery Tour” shpiel, adults' and kids' costume contest, and hamantaschen reception. Then get ready for a fun, family-friendly day Sunday, March 8 at 9:30 a.m. for our Religious School Family Purim Party with Megillah reading and shpiel, costume parade, carnival games, barbecue lunch and more. Sisterhood Bake Sale that day, too!
Experience Shabbat with one of 'America's Most Inspiring Rabbis'
Rabbi Yael Levy, recently named one of “America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis” by The Jewish Daily Forward, will be Temple Israel's guest rabbi-in-residence for a Shabbaton on March 20-21 as part of TI’s Health & Wellness initiative. Rabbi Levy will share her expertise in Jewish mindfulness practices as she leads an EXPERIENCE SHABBAT, including a hands-on workshop Shabbat afternoon with free kids' programming available, all open to the community. Advance, prepaid registration for the afternoon workshop required. For easy online registration, click here.
What are you doing Friday, March 13? How about spending it with us?
Join with Rabbi Tom Heyn and your Temple Israel family for a full Friday night Shabbat experience beginning at 6p.m. March 13. First, sit down to a beautiful dinner catered by Michael Meltzer. JSBoomers, the temple’s Jewish singles group for 50s and 60s, will also join in and have its own table, and all Jewish single baby boomers are invited. Next is our 7:30 p.m. Shabbat evening service, led by Rabbi Heyn and with music by our own Temple Israel Singers, accompanied by director of music Dr. Alan Mason. Capping the evening will be an Oneg Shabbat with delicious desserts and schmoozing. Prepaid dinner reservations a must by March 11. Make yours today by clicking here.
Prepare your questions, prepare your home, and above all else, prepare your mind and spirit for Passover! Temple Israel of Greater Miami will help you prepare as we offer a variety of programs and services to help get you ready and revved for the Festival of Freedom. Come join us for our 2nd-Night Community Passover Seder at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 4. Temple Israel and community members welcome! Seating is limited, so make your reservations early. For prepaid registration, click here.