February 1, 2024 – TABI Announcements


We received our shipment of Blue Ribbons as part of the #BlueRibbonsforIsrael campaign. Ribbons are in the temple office and available on a first come first served basis. They will also be available on Shabbat. 
You can read about other ways you can participate in this campaign at this site:
Let’s all pray that each and every hostage is released safely and soon.

Temple Adath B’nai Israel will be participating in the 2nd Annual Racial Justice Faith Week  January 29-February 4, sponsored by BRIDGE (Building Respect & Integrity in Diverse Greater Evansville). BRIDGE is asking all faith communities in the area to focus their teaching and discussions around the topic of Racial
Justice throughout that week. The week will culminate with a special interfaith Community Prayer Service at Neu Chapel, University of Evansville, Sunday, February 4 at 2pm. TABI President Ed Scharf will be among the area faith representatives.

Friday evening, February 2nd, we will have a special visual tefilah in the social hall. The service will focus on the theme of racial justice.

Social Committee online meeting at 10:00am Sunday, February 4th. A meeting invitation will be emailed to Social Committee members. If you would like to join the committee and/or attend the committee, please reach out to Kimberly Key.

Valentine’s Dinner – Saturday, February 10th at 6:00 PM
Join your TABI family for a fun and relaxing hibachi dinner at Roppongi. 

Attendees will be paying for their dinner but complimentary babysitting services will be provided at TABI by Kimberly Key and Shelley Haney, including pizza and snacks for the kids.  Please plan to drop off your children at 5:30 pm and pick them up after dinner.
RSVP by February 2nd the number of adults for dinner and number of children for babysitting to Kimberly Key via text or email.
Please ensure you RSVP to Kimberly Key by end of day 2/2. As of now, there isn’t enough interest and the event may be canceled.
Mostly Kosher Performance for the Under the Beams Concert Series and Dinner at Say’s Restaurant – Saturday, March 16th.  Performance at 7:30pm.  Dinner before (time TBD).

MOSTLY KOSHER, the acclaimed Klezmer/Rock band, radically reconstructs Judaic and American cultural music through ravenous klezmer beats and arresting Yiddish refrains. Mostly Kosher is a musical feast that explodes into a global food-fight of Jazz, Latin, Rock, and Folk.
The band’s self-titled debut album has won international acclaim by World Music Network, Songlines Magazine, and BBC radio. The first track, Ikh Hob Dikh Tsufil Lib (I Love You Much Too Much), was recognized as one of World Music Network’s Top 6 Songs of 2014. Mostly Kosher’s music videos have been garnering accolades on the film festival circuit, receiving two nominations at the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema and Best Music Video at the Glendale International Film Festival. 2021 will mark the indie film debut of Mostly Kosher, as they will be featured in the wedding scene of the upcoming feature film, “The Accursed”, starring Izabela Vidovic and Melora Walters.
Read more about the band and purchase tickets here
​​​​​​​RSVP by February 29th for dinner and/or the concert to Michelle Peterlin via text or email.

Family Game Night at TABI – Saturday, April 13th at 5:00PM
Let’s shake off the winter blues and spring into party mode!  Bring your favorite game & appetizer or dessert and join us at TABI for a night of friendly competition and fun!  Pizza and beverages will be provided but please bring an appetizer/snack or dessert.  We will have game tables for kids and adults.  If you have a favorite game, please be prepared to be the “game master” for that table.  

TABI is excited to announce the restarting of the Women’s Torah study beginning at the beginning with B’reishit. Join fellow congregants as we bring the women of the Torah into the limelight and bring women’s perspectives into the interpretation of our sacred text.  These “lay lead” study sessions will be held before Saturday morning services, allowing us to bring new perspectives and enriching the discussions during regular Shabbat services.
Feb 3: Yitro
March 2:  Ki Tisa
April 6:  Sh’mini
May 4:  Acharei Mot

Thank you to those who have helped restock the grocery and gas cards for our Give One Take One program. We always can use more, so please think of those who are in the need the next time you go to the store or the gas station and perhaps pick up one $20.00 card to donate. The baskets are located on the wall next to the Rabbi’s office.

For the past many years, our worship has been streaming on LiveStream.
Each week, a link is created and sent out via email and our “channel” is also accessible via our website. Livestream and Vimeo have merged and they are doing away with “basic” plans like ours. The cost to continue our service is now prohibitive.
For the foreseeable future, our service will now stream on the TABI Facebook
page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100064549665595 

Looking to learn or brush up on your Hebrew?   
Call Michal   
Private Hebrew Lessons  

TABI Birthdays celebrated this week: 
Irving LeVine       2/4  Irv is celebrating his 102nd birthday this week!
Jeffrey Fink         2/6
Edward Scharf    2/8
Janette Loeb       2/8