Shabbat Services WILL take place @ 7pm and tomorrow morning at 10am - HOWEVER, Josh Reidford and the Shabbat Rocks Band (Kippah Groovin') will NOT be playing this evening. Tonight will be a "regular" service.
Shabbat Rocks will be rescheduled for next Friday, December 13.
If you have a Yahrzeit scheduled to be read tonight and you will not make it to services due to the weather, the rabbi will read both this week's list and next week's list at services next week so that no one misses the opportunity to say Kaddish.
December 15 - Social Action Mitzvah Opportunity
The TABI Social Action Committee would like your help in completing our next mitzvah opportunity:
WHAT: Making cornbread
WHEN: December 15th at 10 AM (while the kids are in Religious School)
WHERE: in the TABI kitchen
WHY: United Caring Services has received an enormous amount of canned corn and needs our help in turning those golden kernels into wonderful cornbread.
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Message From the Rabbi - December 2013
By the time you read this article, we will be already in the midst of celebrating Chanukah. For the first time, in a long time – possibly ever, Chanukah falls on Thanksgiving and will be over after the first week of this month. Looking back in history, according to one source, the last time this would have happened is 1861. However, since President Lincoln only formally established Thanksgiving in 1863 this is the first time this overlap has occurred. I did find one other source that said it occurred in 1888. Whichever is correct, one thing is clear – this is very rare!
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Read the Temple Bulletin Online!
The TABI bulletin The TABI Times can now be downloaded at your convenience and we’ve created an archive (beginning with the Aug 2011 issue), so you can
access past issues at any time.
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