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Welcome Home To Temple Shalom!    Shana Tovah / Happy 5778!

Rabbi Berry - The View from Mt. Sinai

Rabbi Berry gave the following sermon, "The View From Mt. Sinai: Building Our Inclusive Community" at Rosh Hashanah services: "The sun appeared on the horizon, and I could hear music in the distance. Hundreds of thousands of people waited at the bottom of the mountain. People hugged and sang and greeted new friends as if they’d known each other their whole lives."  The complete sermon is available on our blog.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Pizza in the Hut returns
Wednesday, Oct. 4, 5:30 p.m.
Get ready to chowdown on Erev Sukkot at the Pizza in the Hut festivities. The Temple will provide pizzas as we decorate the sukkah in recalling the ancient dwelling places of our ancestors on their journey from Egypt to Israel. Register now.

Bouncing Babies starts
Tuesday, Sept. 26, 9:15-10 a.m.

A wonderful adult-child drop-in program geared towards babies 0-9 months with songs, bounces, rhymes, and lullabies to help babies develop language and communication skills. Taught by our own Becca Yudkoff, this is a great chance to meet other families as well. Bouncing Babies meets weekly through Nov. 14.

Adult ed classes start next week
Temple Shalom is offering classes ranging from literature and Latin America to Mussar to creating a Shabbat service.  Sign-up is now available through the Adult Learning page for fall classes. Ongoing Mussar Practice starts Tuesday,  Oct. 3 and The Jewish Experience in Latin America on Wednesday, Oct. 4. A full list of fall classes is on the Adult Learning page.

Stories As Bridges: Connecting Across Differences
Oct. 22, 3:30–6 p.m.
Join Rabbi Ariel Burger returns for an afternoon of learning and the chance to use our personal stories for social change. Please bring a "snack with a story" or a "nosh with a narrative" as we share delicious foods from our communal history. The Open Your Eyes Fund event is free, but please register.

Volunteering at Temple Shalom
Temple Shalom is a vibrant community with many programs and groups. Please volunteer to make the community even stronger whether the Garden Club or ushering on Friday nights or a multitude of other opportunities to help.

URJ Biennial visits Boston

Thousands of Reform Jews will gather at the Biennial in Boston from Dec. 6-10 to worship, learn, sing, build community and shape the future of the Reform Movement. Participants can attend learning sessions, network, worship, and entertainment. Registration is now open.
Temple Shalom members can attend Kabbalat Shabbat services on Friday at 7:15 p.m. with a free Song Session from 8:45-10 p.m. A bus will leave the Temple at 6 p.m. for services and the Song Session and return at 11 p.m. Sign up for the bus now.

Tue, September 26 2017 6 Tishrei 5778