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Family Friendly Purim Spiel and Carnival

03/07/2023 09:43:48 AM

Mar7

Hopefully you joined us for our annual family friendly Purim Spiel and youth carnival on Sunday. 

We sang Disney-inspired songs, danced, and shared the story of Queen Esther in front of sanctuary packed with families, many of you wearing awesome costumes. 

Our carnival was also a hit, whether you decided to take a fish home or not!

Check out some of the photos and if you missed, there is always next...Read more...

Learning and teaching from a civil rights journey

02/23/2023 12:53:45 PM

Feb23

 

Back in October, walking on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, Simona Seiderman felt the history under her feet and all around her. 

“The significance of it, walking across freely, here and now, and how much people were willing to get beaten on this bridge, just for the right to...Read more...

Seeds yet to be sown

02/17/2023 11:53:35 AM

Feb17

Aaron Markovitz doesn’t normally get nervous before a performance. 

As a professional musician and Temple’s Burton A. and Sandra D. Zipser Foundation Artist-in-Residence, he’s used to taking the stage, and in big moment to. 

But on Feb. 15, when performing at a vigil after the tragic mass shooting at Michigan State, Markovitz was nervous when debuting a new song, Seeds Yet to Be Sown, that he wrote in...Read more...

PAJAMAS, Pancakes, and PRAYER

02/13/2023 10:23:24 AM

Feb13

Many of Temple's young families joined us Saturday for one or our favorite annual events -- PJ's, Pancakes & Prayer. 

We did special bedtime crafts, a pancake "brinner" in pajamas, and hosted a cozy Havladah service on the bima. 

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