This Friday Simchat Shabbat where we honor those who have birthdays and anniversaries in the month of February. Join us as we all celebrate with our February honorees!
On Saturday, we will have Hebrew beginning at 10:00 and Torah study beginning at 10:45.
Religious School will meet beginning at 10:00 on Sunday. As we will be working on a Purim spiel for Friday night, there will only be Hebrew instruction in the Bet and Gimmel classes.
There are still some dishes left from the Art Auction and Neighbor Night on top of the refrigerator in the kitchen. If you left them, please reclaim them.
It is almost Purim and Sisterhood needs your help! Come bake hamantaschen with us
on Wednesday, March 4th at 10:00 am. Everyone welcomed to join in. No experience needed. It is lots of fun to bake together. Hope to see you there!
We will be celebrating Purim at our Shabbat service on March 6th beginning at 6:00. There will be a potluck dinner followed by a Purim service. Please bring a dish to share. No desserts please as the hamentaschen will be provided by the Sisterhood. And please MAKE RESERVATIONS by calling the office or sending an e-mail by March 5th. We need to know how many to set the tables for. And, of course, everyone is encouraged to wear a costume.
There will be a fun filled Purim Carnival for Religious School children and their families to be held on Sunday March 8th from 11:00-1:00. There will be games, prizes, and a light lunch. Kids and their parents are strongly encouraged to wear costumes!! (And parents, if you are willing to help out, we would love it!)
On March 13-14, we will welcome our Scholar-in-Residence, Dr. Ari Hagler, Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern History at Troy University. Over the course of the two days, there will be several opportunities for us to take advantage of Dr. Hagler’s expertise on the Middle East situation. Please see the bulletin for more details of his visit. The Brotherhood will be cooking a pancake breakfast before his session on the morning of March 14th. If you are planning on attending, please call the office. The Brotherhood needs to know how many to cook for.
The Temple Emanu-el Book Club will meet on Wednesday, March 18th at the home of Russ and Karen Nanning beginning at 7:00. The book we will be discussing is entitled I Am Forbidden by Anouk Markovits.