Qabbalat Shabbat: Friday, 6:00 p.m. Torah Study: Saturday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Weekday Minyan: 6:15 p.m.

Live Stream

Welcome!

We will be live:

  • Friday at 6:00 p.m. for Qabbalat Shabbat
  • Saturday at 9:00 a.m. for Torah Study
  • Saturday at 8:00 p.m. for Havdalah
  • Monday – Thursday at 6:15 p.m. for Minyan.

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Community Space for Mourning

Ancient One,
Send light into this darkness
And hope into this despair.
Send music into this emptiness
And healing into this aching heart
-Alden Solovy

 

In this time of physical distancing, we recognize that people aren’t able to experience communal opportunities for mourning and closure that our tradition usually allows. Tikkun Central’s TI Cares has created a shared outlet on which the TI community can post reflections of loss, mourning, memory, or hope. You may choose to share a poem, photos, a thought, or story. As a community, we’ve lost loved ones to and during this novel Coronavirus pandemic, and we’re mourning hundreds of thousands of U.S. lives lost. To share in our space of communal mourning, click here. To add content, press the plus sign in the bottom right corner. Everyone experiencing feelings of loss is encouraged to participate.

Support

In these unprecedented times of social distancing, Temple Israel is operating in high gear to set up many ways to participate and interact with fellow congregants of all ages for classes and gatherings. A gift to the Temple Israel Friends Annual Fund will allow us to bring Religious School students together for online learning, will enable us to livestream our Qabbalat Shabbat services to all who are seeking connection during this time of isolation, and will continue to enable TI members in Boston and across the world to come together virtually to live Judaism together in new and exciting ways.

The Roy B. Einhorn Cantorial Endowment

We are pleased to formally announce the Roy B. Einhorn Cantorial Endowment. This legacy endowment will provide a source of support for the salary of our new cantor, High Holy Day and Shabbat musicians, special musical programming, and other music related needs of the congregation. We invite you to enable us to designate resources so that we may ensure that the same connection and engagement with music that has shaped our congregation will flourish for generations to come.

Join us as we make a commitment to creating a lasting legacy in celebration of Cantor Roy B. Einhorn, who has brought the joy of music to Temple Israel for 37 years. We honor Cantor Einhorn’s years of service and long-lasting commitment to music and the cantorate at Temple Israel.