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Coming in January for Parents of Young Children:
Parenting Through a Jewish Lens

Sundays from 4:30-6 pm
January 27, February 3 & 10, March 3, 10 & 31 Free childcare

Join a group of fellow parents of children ages 0 to 10 to discuss topics that matter to you as a parent; explore Jewish values that can enrich your family; reflect on the joys and challenges of raising kids today; and find support, encouragement and connection. Parenting Through a Jewish Lens welcomes the participation of interfaith couples and families, and parents of all abilities, backgrounds, and sexual orientations. Details and registration information.

Upcoming Events

All Events
  • Saturday
    Dec  1
    Shabbat Morning B'yachad
    Shabbat, Dec 1st 10:00a to 1:30p
    A morning of community and learning! All ages, stages & backgrounds welcome! Come when you can, leave when you need to. Warm up with coffee and bagels, study a little Torah, enjoy our Shabbat morning or Tot Shabbat service, and stay for a Kiddush lunch. Free child care is available if the little ones need a break!

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  • Saturday
    Dec  1
    MOSTY/BOSTY Shul-in 2018
    Shabbat, Dec 1st 1:00p to Sunday, Dec 2nd 9:00a
    Our annual sleepover in the synagogue for 3rd-7th graders

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  • Tuesday
    Dec  4
    ARS Hanukkah Pizza Party
    Tuesday, Dec 4th 5:45p to 7:45p

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  • Thursday
    Dec  6
    Modern Ethical Dilemmas from a Jewish Perspective with Rabbi Daniel Schaefer
    Thursday, Dec 6th 7:00p to Thursday, Dec 20th 8:30p
    Since the Garden of Eden, Judaism has been concerned with ethics and has sought to provide principles for how to live in harmony with the earth, one's neighbors, and one's self. We'll discuss three modern ethical dilemmas, and look to Jewish sources for help in finding answers.

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  • Friday
    Dec  7
    Hanukkah B'Yachad
    Friday, Dec 7th 6:00p to 8:00p
    Come join us for a Hanukkah B'Yachad for dinner, some latkes, candle lighting, and sufganiyot! We will be lighting the menorah together during this festival of lights. Bring a menorah of your own and seven candles to light along side friends, family, and congregants of TOS. Please register for the dinner below.

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  • Wednesday
    Dec  12
    Monthly Women’s Rosh Chodesh Group
    Wednesday, Dec 12th 7:30p to Wednesday, Jun 5th 9:00p
    Come celebrate the beginning of each new Jewish month with women of all ages from 13 - 113. We’ll have the chance to schmooze, learn, enjoy activities and just connect with one another, offering a variety of ways into Jewish learning, community and living.

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  • Thursday
    Jan  10
    Jewish Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court with Denise Karlin, Esq.
    Thursday, Jan 10th 7:00p to Thursday, Jan 24th 8:30p
    A look at the eight Jewish individuals who served as Justices of the United States Supreme Court. An overarching theme will be "Does it matter if Jews sit on the Supreme Court? Why or why not?"

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  • Sunday
    Jan  27
    Parenting Through a Jewish Lens
    Sunday, Jan 27th 4:30p to Sunday, Mar 31st 6:00p
    Join fellow parents of children ages 0 to 10 to discuss topics that matter to you as a parent; explore Jewish values that can enrich your family; reflect on the joys and challenges of raising kids today; and find support, encouragement, and connection. Registration required. Childcare available.

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  • Thursday
    Feb  14
    Hannah Arendt: Controversy and Thought with Amos Lassen, Ph.D.
    Thursday, Feb 14th 7:00p to Thursday, Feb 28th 9:15p
    Hannah Arendt covered the trial of Eichmann, and what she wrote made her the most reviled Jewish thinker since Spinoza. We will examine the controversy to see how we view it in today's context.

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  • Tuesday
    Feb  19
    February Vacation Camp!
    Tuesday, Feb 19th 8:00a to Friday, Feb 22nd 6:00p

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Introducing the Peace Room

The Temple Ohabei Shalom Inclusion Committee has worked many months to provide materials for a movable Peace Room. The Peace Room consists of a cart with sensory tools, soft lighting, weighted blankets, noise-canceling headphones, and a variety of stress-management resources. It is available at most public events (location varying according to overall space needs) for anyone who might need a break due to sensory or other personal challenges. (All children must be supervised.)

The Peace Room is generously sponsored by
Jeremy & Jill Grossman.

Tue, November 20 2018 12 Kislev 5779