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

A Jewish Call to Climate Action

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  • On July 15, 2021
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by Melissa Kaufman Earlier this year, during Rabbi Rosenn’s talk at the Shabbat of Environmental Justice, she mentioned a cartoon called “It’s that easy” by Tommy Siegal. It depicts how the way we talk about solving climate change has evolved over the decades, from the focus on “recycling” in the 1990s to the current focus […]
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What Justice Will Ask Of Us

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  • On June 17, 2021
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by Dan Marion This year hasn’t been ideal for me, no doubt, but it has, also, clearly been much harder for others. My plans were paused because of COVID-19, but some people lost their lives or lost their loved ones. I worried about my finances because of so much uncertainty, but some were laid off […]
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Master/Rule or Till/Tend

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On April 23, 2021
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Welcome to Shabbat Awakenings, a weekly reflection as we make our way toward Shabbat. You can listen to it as a podcast HERE. There are two stories of creation of the world. Each has its own method with which to sustain the newly created world. In the first story, the world is unformed and void. There […]
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Finding Friendships in Tikkun Olam

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  • On March 30, 2021
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One summer evening in 2017 I happened to come to Shabbat at Temple Israel and left with an unusually uplifted feeling.  The clergy, the congregation, the service, the staff all left me wanting more. I looked around at the diversity, at the intention, and was drawn to come again and again. I soon became a […]
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The GBIO Listening Campaign Comes to TI

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  • On March 30, 2021
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By Anne Licciardello “None of us alone is as strong as all of us together,” Imam Taymullah.   On Tuesday, March 16, over 1,400 people, with over 102 from TI, participated remotely in GBIO’s Refounding and Re-Launch. That night, 19 new member organizations officially joined the 40 prior members as we stood together for change. […]
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When We Can’t See the Future, Creating Light in the Darkness

  • Posted by Jen Gubitz
  • On September 30, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Gubitz, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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All in the Same Boat

  • Posted by Dan Slipakoff
  • On September 30, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Slipakoff, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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Unfolding Our Theology in a Force Majeure World

  • Posted by Jen Gubitz
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Gubitz, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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Dreaming at the Gates

  • Posted by Dan Slipakoff
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Slipakoff, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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The Roots of Humanity

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Zecher, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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