Wishing you a happy and kosher Passover YOSSI LIEBOWITZ Ideas to Enhance Your Seder by Rabbi Annie Tucker 1. Get Creative – At the start of the Seder have everyone pick a card which has three words on it – two of which are closely related to Pesach and the third of which […]
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Dear Congregants, There is a tradition that European rabbis honored to welcome young students who were beginning their Hebrew studies. The rabbi would place a little bit of […]
Spring is finally here! When the daffodils and Bradford pears bloom, I know warmer days are on the horizon. Ironically, as I am writing this, Steve, Debby, and I are planning a weekend getaway to the NC mountains and the forecast is for snow. So much for enjoying a warm springday on the lake fishing […]
Prohibition of Chametz On Pesach it is prohibited to possess chametz (leaven). All chametz that will not be eaten or burned before Pesach must be sold to a non-Jew. All chametz utensils that will not be thoroughly cleaned by then, and are stored away in closets or rooms while preparing for Pesach. The storage […]
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4/2 Juanita & Sheldon Lustgarten 4/29 Tina & David Lyon 4/20 Carrie & Rick Tanenbaum
Thanks to everyone who has paid dues and annual appeal for 2019. If you have not paid and need clarification on what is owed, please contact Jon Lewson. As you know, membership dues and other donations keep our Temple running!
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Several months have passed since the terrible tragedy in Pittsburgh, yet the images we all viewed on TV are still so vivid in my mind. As all of us come to grips with this tragedy, it’s important to know that our Temple Board has been discussing steps we can take to better secure our Temple […]
BY STELLA COHEN Photo: Marc Hoberman Toasted sesame seeds, honey and almonds make a deep-golden, chewy treat. Popular at any celebration, this ancient confection is traditionally offered over the Festivals of Purimand Hanukkah (Festival of Lights). These petite treats, not unlike the nut bars that are popular today, are utterly addictive Ingredients: BRITTLE: 5 cups […]
24 Adar I—24 Adar II March 2019 Dear Friends, I recently had occasion to recall to one of our members memorial service. I had officiated at this service some years ago. A relatively young man’s father had passed on. He was an officer in the Second World War. As he had been a fighter […]
Purim is a time for giving gifts to the needy. Please bring two items for the food barrel. Macaroni and canned foods are excellent examples. New socks can also help. Our Purim celebration dinner would be a good time to drop these items off. Mishloach Manot Matanot La’evyonim
* Our very own Carl McArn and Steve Gordin will be participating in this event as well as Les Mitchell’s son and daughter. Come out and support a very worthy cause. Date & Time: March 9, 7-10 pm There will be quite a few doctors in the house on Saturday, March 9 when the Spartanburg […]