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Adult Education: Reform Responsa
What: What Would Moses Do?
When: Sunday, November 11th at 7:00 pm
Where: Home of Kerrie & Craig Zurovsky
Led by Rabbi Johanna, we explore Reform Responsa literature as it would apply to contemporary questions and challenges such as ethics in business, family, society, medicine, and scientific advancement.
Bring dessert and wine to share.
RSVP to Kerrie, email@example.com.
In Memory of Gary Reynolds
On October 19th, a beloved member of our congregation, Gary Reynolds, passed away in his home, surrounded by his loving wife, Terry, and family. In lieu of flowers, at Gary’s request, donations may be made in Gary’s name to TEMPLE BETH TIKVAH. If you would like to make a donation, please click here.
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From Rabbi Johanna Hershenson
Ultimately I think Temple Beth Tikvah, itself, is a manifestation of the shared effort of individuals in our community to create a venue in which we can practice noticing and celebrating life’s profundity and pleasure as well as hold space when loved ones among us need to be reassured that the pain and suffering they are experiencing in a given moment does not preclude the existence of compassionate presence and purpose.
From Sheila Luber & Ann Rosenfield
We are happy to report that the board has finished working on its goals for this coming year with a focus on member engagement and organizational development.