THURSDAY BLAST – JUNE 21, 2012

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TSTI Weekly Email                            

                                                                          
Thursday, June 21, 2012   
1 Tammuz 5772
 
 

IN THIS ISSUE…
Old Havana with Israeli FlagCubaTravel to Cuba with Rabbi Cohen:  Join Rabbi Cohen on a cultural and humanitarian trip to Cuba on Oct. 21-26, 2012.  Please click here  for more information.  Interested?  Contact Sunny Seglin.

For more about these and other items, log on to TSTI.org. 

TikunOlamTIKUN OLAM…

REPAIRING THE WORLD

 

Bring One:  Make it a habit to bring one non-perishable food item – canned veggies, beans, pasta, peanut butter, soup – EACH TIME you come to Temple to help support our community and the Interfaith Food Pantry.

 

IFP Soup Kitchen & COORDINATOR NEEDED:  Sign up now for future IFP Soup Kitchen dates – the first Saturday of each month.  There are many ways to be involved.  We welcome all participation.  If you have questions or are interested in participating or coordinating, please email Robin Greenberg to be placed on her email list.

  

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.

 LookingAheadLOOKING AHEAD…

Visit our website at www.tsti.org for information about our upcoming events

   

Travel to Israel with Cantor Aronson: He invites you to share his love of Israel by traveling with him Dec. 19-31, 2012.  For more info, email Carol Berkin.

ParashaWEEKLY PARASHA

Parasha Korach

Numbers 16:1 – 18:32

This week’s parasha deals with a rebellion against Moses and Aaron brought by Korach, a Levite, and two others, Dathan and Aviram.  They are joined by 250 distinguished members of the community.  God causes the earth to open and swallow Korach, Dathan and Aviram to end the mutiny.  The 250 chieftains are consumed by fire.  God tells Moses to hammer the fire pans of the rebels into plating for the altar as an eternal reminder. The community becomes angered again, but Aaron is able to prevent a plague against the people by offering his fire pan and incense.  Aaron’s staff miraculously blossoms and brings forth almonds as a sign that his priesthood has been divinely ordained. 
 

ScheduleSCHEDULE

FOR SHABBAT   

shabbat
 

Beginning June 22 through August 31, Shabbat services on Friday evenings will begin at 6pm. 

 

Fri., June 22

Shabbat Service 

6pm

Enjoy a light “oneg” beginning at 5:30pm 

 

Sat., June 23           

Minyan Service

9:15am

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FamilyNewsTEMPLE FAMILY

NEWS


Condolences to… 
 
Hal Garwin on the death of his daughter, Stefanie Garwin 


Please send a Tribute Card to let someone know that you are thinking about them.

It’s a beautiful way to acknowledge life cycle events, in celebration or in sympathy.  Tributes support the variety of TSTI programming.  Please visit the Tributes web page, email tributes@tstinj.org or call 973-763-4116.

 WE ARE ALWAYS HERE FOR YOU, BUT PLEASE HELP MAKE SURE THE CLERGY IS AWARE OF YOUR FAMILY’S NEWS! To share your lifecycle events or if someone you know is ill or in need of assistance from Temple, please contact Sunny Seglin  by email or at 973-763-4116.  To contact members of The Caring Community, please email Cindy Sonnabend or  Ellen Blake.

  
If you have a new address, phone number, email, please let us know.

MeetingsMEETINGS

AND
PROGRAMS
Tues., June 26

Preschool Board Meeting 
7:30pm 

Wed., June 27
Jewish Meditation
11am

Religious School Board Meeting
7:30pm 

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