Please let us know you are coming…
to the MONTROSE MANSION BLUES BAR
THIS Saturday, March 3, 7pm – 11pm
We will transform our Mansion House into
a beautiful Cocktail Lounge
with live music, wonderful food
and other fun entertainment
Featuring the rock and blues of
Alan Paul and his band “Big in China”
PLEASE JOIN US AND BRING LOTS OF FRIENDS!
Cost is $75 per person
Send your check to Temple with the names of attendees or pay on the TSTI Website
Any questions? Email Sue Wishnow or Helene Sorin.
LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER for the Women’s Connection Intergenerational Passover Seder: Invites are out and we are waiting for your response!! Don’t miss this wonderful annual event on Mar. 15, 6pm-9pm. Put your own table together or sit with new friends… Bring your moms, daughters, friends and REGISTER BY FRIDAY, MARCH 2! Send your check (made out to TSTI Women’s Connection) and the completed form to Sunny Seglin at Temple. Contact Andrea Bergman with any questions.
Passover is just around the corner: Check out the Temple gift shop for all your Passover needs.
Come to the Movies at TSTI: See “Remembering the Triangle Fire” on Sun. Mar. 4 at 7pm, facilitated by Michael Hirsch, Co-Producer of the film. Free for TSTI members; $5 for guests.
AIPAC Policy Conference: More than a dozen TSTI members will be joining Rabbi Cohen, Cantor Aronson and TSTI President Jay Rice at the AIPAC Policy Conference starting this Sunday. While there, they will be sharing the experience, pictures, impressions, etc. on the TSTI Blog. Join them “virtually” by checking out the TSTI website, facebook page or TSTI iPhone app.
RESCHEDULED ADULT EDUCATION CLASS – Judaism and the Environment: The Rabbinic Period Until Today: Rabbi Cohen offers this class as temple’s FIRST WEBINAR
Part of the URJ’s Greenfaith Certification Program, we will explore how the early rabbis took those foundational texts and applied them to the world and its environment on Mar. 12 at 7pm. RSVP by Mon. Mar. 5 to Deborah Dalgauer. Limited to the first 15 people.
GUYS… NCAA March Madness on Wed. Mar. 14 at 7:30pm begins at TSTI. $50 entry fee gets you food, drink and an opportunity to win. Great way to meet other members. RSVP to Andy Nadel.
Purim Extravaganza: Please join us on Sun. Mar. 11 for the PurimShpiel at 9am followed by the Purim Extravaganza at 10am-12am. Click here for more information.
Teen Volunteers Are Needed!
8th -12th graders are encouraged to help run the game booths and face painting at the Purim Extravaganza on Sun. Mar. 11, 9:30am-12pm. Call or email Tracy Horwitz at 973-763-4116 ext. 286.
Shabbat, Scholar and Supper: Join us on Fri., Mar. 23 at 6pm for Worship Service followed by dinner, featuring J.J. Goldberg speaking on “American Judaism and the Interfaith Future”. J.J. Goldberg is one of the most respected voices in contemporary Jewish journalism and currently editor-at-large of
The Forward. Dinner reservations are required by Mar. 16 and are $25 per member/$36 per non-member. For info or to register, email Tracy Horwitz.
Ushers Needed! We need ushers for our Shabbat morning services. Could you spare a Shabbat morning to help out? Services are warm and wonderful, and you would be doing a mitzvah as well! If you can help, please contact Heidi Sussman. Thank you in advance.
Please help TSTI go GREEN: Sign up for paperless Bulletin by emailing Sunny Seglin with your name and the email address to which you would like your Bulletin sent.
For more about these and other items, log on to TSTI.org.
REPAIRING THE WORLD
Bring One: Please bring one item – canned veggies, beans, pasta, peanut butter, soup – each time you come to Temple to help support our community and the Interfaith Food Pantry.
Transportation is available for congregants who need a ride to services and temple events. Contact Alice Forman at (973)736-3467 if you need a ride or if you can offer a ride to others.
Visit our website at www.tsti.org for information about our upcoming events
Delicious and Healthy Shabbat Dinner! Join Women’s Connection members on Mon. April 16, 11am-1pm or 7pm-9pm to learn some great new recipes for Friday night and beyond! To RSVP please make an $18 check out to TSTI Women’s Connection and mail to Andrea Baum, 60 Woodcrest Ave, Short Hills 07078. Questions – email Andrea Baum.
This parasha describes in detail the requirements of consecration of Aaron and his sons who served as the first Priests. The Priests, the Kohanim, performed rituals and sacrifices on behalf of the people at the Mishkan, the portable sanctuary used in the forty years of wandering in the desert. They wore elaborately decorated garments, including a breast-piece of gold and precious stones worn by Aaron, the first High Priest. The parasha ends with a description of the altar used for the daily burning of incense.
Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel is an inclusive congregation, accessible and welcoming to all. If you need accommodations, please call Karen at the Temple office.
TSTI is part of Greenfaith’s “Greening Reform Judaism Certification Program”. Visit our Greening page now. While we work at addressing our impact on the environment, you can assess yours – Calculate Your Carbon Footprint.
This email is as updated as possible. However, Temple information is subject to change without notice. For verification of any information, please call the Temple office at 973-763-4116 or visit http://www.tsti.org.
- SCHEDULE FOR SHABBAT
- Fri., Mar. 2
- Shabbat Service, 7:30pm
- Sat., Mar. 3
- Torah Study, 8:15am
- Minyan Service, 9:15am
- Shabbat Service Celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of Harrison Harpel
- Shabbat Service Celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of Aaron Bell
Mon., Mar. 5
STISY Board Meeting
Wed., Mar. 7
Board of Trustees Meeting
TEMPLE FAMILY NEWS
Mazel Tov to…
Elly and Larry Silverstein on the birth of their grandson, Lucas Xavier Ruck
The Bell and Harpel families on the B’nai Mitzvah of their sons
Lee Goldman on the death of his step-father, Jack Gelrud
Sue Blake on the death of her father, Milton Cohn
Share your family’s news with our Clergy and with members of Caring Community. Please let us know of your family’s life cycle events or if you or someone you know is ill or in need of assistance from Temple.
Do you have a new address, phone number, email? Let us know so we can stay in touch.
Sending Tribute Cards lets someone know that you are thinking about them.
It’s a beautiful way to acknowledge life cycle events, in celebration or in sympathy. Please support the variety of TSTI funds. Visit the Tributes web page, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-763-4116.