May 9, 2024 – TABI Announcements


Yom HaAtzmaut

Israel Independence Day will be commemorated on Friday, May 17 during our Shabbat Serviced at 6:30PM


TABI Heritage Map Project is underway!

Where were you born? Are you an Evansville native or a transplant? Did your grandparents immigrate from another country?

Help us map our collective ancestry by filling out a simple form on our website We will collect the data and everyone who submits their family history will be represented by pins in beautiful maps that will hang at TABI as a part of our Library Archive Project. Learn more here or contact Ed Scharf with any questions.


Walking for Dreams

TABI will participate as a “group” in the fundraiser “walking for dreams” on May 19.  We will participate specifically to raise money for Habitat and the interfaith build. 

All people need to do is use the QR code on the flyer – Walking For Dreams or go here:

Then put in their amount, and choose “interfaith build” under “Whose fund would you like to support”.  Then fill in the walker information below. In the “Donor note” indicate that you are part of TABI.

More details about our meet up time, etc. will be forthcoming in the weeks ahead. We hope you will join us!

Thank you to those who have helped restock the grocery and gas cards for our Give One Take One program. We can always 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.



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.

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

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