On Friday, February 1, students of The Temple’s 5th grade led Shabbat family services. They made a special presentation on modern day prophecy and how they are repairing the world. As with all of our family services, Rabbi Rapport led a special Tot Shabbat for our younger members to celebrate Shabbat.
Family Services are held during the school year when our Religious School classes take turns leading services. These “Family Services” are usually held on the second Friday of the month and take place after a Family Shabbat Dinner. Led by the older students, only one service is held for the entire congregation. Twice a year, usually at the beginning and end of the school year, we hold a more relaxed and informal “Blue Jean Shabbat”.
Thank you to all our volunteers that participated during services this past Friday during our Volunteer Shabbat. We are so thankful for all our Temple volunteers!
There are many ways to become involved at The Temple and to become acquainted with other congregants. During your membership process, we hope to get to know you personally so that we can connect you with programs, groups and classes that complement your interests. We offer a warm and inviting atmosphere in which you can expand and explore your Jewish life.
WANT TO GET MORE INVOLVED?
Please join us on Friday, March 22 at 6:00 pm for our Middle Eastern Cuisine Rabbis’ Shabbat Dinner. Adults are $5 and children 12 and under eat for free. Please RSVP by Monday, March 18 at here or 502-423-1818 if you plan to attend.