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Yom Shlishi, 7 Shevat 5775

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Some REMINDERS for the impending weather event...  

Cancellation notices will be posted on Channel 7 (full listing) and Channel 4 (limited listing).

The Weekly Minyan will be held as usual at 5:45 PM tonight, Monday, January 26th at Salisbury Street. All other meetings scheduled for tonight have been cancelled or rescheduled.

The office will be closed as usual on Tuesday.

Wednesday's Talmud class has been cancelled in anticipation of difficult travel.

Updates will appear on this website and you may also call the main office number 508-755-1257 if you are unsure whether a meeting or service has been cancelled.

If you have an emergency, you may leave a message on extension 23. This line will be monitored periodically for emergencies.  Please note that the telephones at TES rely on electricity, so power outages will impact service and our ability to retrieve messages. 

We hope you will stay indoors and safely out of harm's way!  


Rabbi Article

Click HERE to read the recent article about Rabbi Valerie,
published in the Worcester Telegram on November 10!


 UPCOMING EVENTS                   

Jewish Foodie Series - Homemade Bagels

Saturday, February 7, 2:00-3:30pm
Salisbury Street Campus, Social Hall

Learn the secret of baking home-made water bagels that taste like they came from NYC. Cool toppings and spreads (wheat bagels/dairy & vegan spreads).

Supplies & recipes provided. $5 donation for supplies. Registration required: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Brotherhood/LLC Breakfast with Michael Satlow, Author of How the Bible Became Holy

Sunday, February 8, 10:00am (breakfast begins at 9:45am)
Salisbury Street Campus, Social Hall

In this sweeping narrative, Michael Satlow traces the story of how an ancient collection of obscure Israelite writings became the founding texts of both Judaism and Christianity. Drawing on cutting-edge historical and archeological research, he traces the story of how, when, and why Jews and Christians gradually granted authority to these texts.

Michael Satlow is professor of religious studies and Judaic studies at Brown University. He has a Ph.D. in Ancient Judaism from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.

For more information, contact Patti Gould or David Bunker.


A Special Candelight Community Potluck Dinner followed by Shabbat Services

Friday, February 13, 6:30pm (dinner begins) 7:30pm (services begin)
Salisbury Street Campus, Social Hall

Please bring a veggie, dairy or fish dish (take out is fine).  Share this Shabbat with your TES family!

Thank you to Renee Malowitz and Grade 5 families for hosting!