Judaica Art Series - Watercolor Tree of Life
Saturday, January 30 at 1:00 PM, Social Hall
Art teacher Renee Malowitz will guide you through “Watercolor 101”, using techniques such as wet on wet, resist, dry brush, and salt application to create a colorful “Tree of Life”.
- No art experience necessary!
- All ages are welcome!
- $5 donation for materials
- Bring your creativity!
Click HERE for flyer
Chinese Food & Movie Night
Saturday, January 30 beginning at 5:00 PM
5:00pm: Dinner at Nancy Chang Restaurant, 372 Chandler Street, Worcester
7:30pm: Central MA Jewish Film Festival at St. John's High School, Shrewsbury
$40 per person includes buffet & admission to the film-"Dough"
For more info, contact Cantor Rachel at 508-755-1257, x102
Friday, February 5, 7:30 PM followed by a celebratory oneg
Join us for a special Shabbat celebration as we introudce our Shelanu Capital and Endowment Campaign. We will honor the dedication of the Shelanu Campaign Committee along with those who have stepped forward to make initial financial commitments to the Campaign.
Saturday, February 6 at 11:00 AM, Abraham & Mae Persky Sanctuary/Social Hall
Join Rabbi Valerie & Cantor Rachel for this fun, interactive, musical service geared for children up to age 6. Please bring a dish to share for the Kiddush lunch following the service!
Shiru L'Adonai Shir Chadash: Sing unto God a New Song!
Leading music for a congregation is a sacred honor. The Evelyn Zarrow Volunteer Choir always welcomes new members. Please join us for a rehearsal and see if you'd like to be a part of our holy, musical family! A lovely sound, enthusiasm-ruach and a willingness to learn is all you need. No sight reading skills necessary. Join Cantor Rachel in learning new music, new techniques, and refreshing your favorites.
The books have arrived! Click HERE to learn more about the books.
Some congregants may prefer to own their own books, to bring with them to services and to keep as a year round reference in their personal or family library. And in Jewish tradition many people find it meaningful to dedicate a prayer book in honor or memory of a loved one. Consequently TES is offering two different opportunities for congregants to contribute to our new prayerful resources. For a donation of $36 per set, you may have a dedication label in honor or in memory of someone, affixed to the inside cover of a 2-volume set that will remain with the congregation. In addition, for a donation of $72 per set, congregants may purchase a 2-volume set similarly labeled for their personal use and have another set of books that remain with the congregation dedicated with similar labels.To make your donation, click HERE to download a form, or call the Temple office to request a form.
We can't think of a better way to start the new Jewish year then with a contribution that so honors or memorializes a special person or people in your life. Please consider this opportunity.