We will have a Kabbalat Shabbat service beginning at 6:30 in the library. If you are not attending this service, we ask that you remain in the Social Hall until regular services begin at 7:00.
This Friday we will have a regular Shabbat service beginning at 7:00. This is Simchat Shabbat and we will honor those with birthdays and anniversaries in the month of March.
Both the Conversational and the Beginning Hebrew classes will meet this Saturday beginning at 10:00, and Torah Study will follow at 10:45.
Religious School will meet beginning at 10:00 on Sunday. This Sunday will feature the ever popular Chocolate Seder!
We are still waiting for people to pick up dishes that have been left at the temple following various temple events. If you have left some dishes, please reclaim them. We need to get the kitchen cleaned for Passover.
On Tuesday, March 31st, beginning at 7:00 at the temple, in conjunction with the Troy-Dothan University Library, we will welcome the return of Biblical Scholar, Dr. Joel Hoffman. He has just written a book entitled, The Bible’s Cutting Room Floor; The Holy Scriptures Missing From Your Bible. There are many stories, legends, and just plain knowledge that were not included in our Biblical text. Dr. Hoffman will be talking about some of these missing texts. The public is invited to attend. Dr. Hoffman will be willing to sign books, although he will not have any to sell. However, Rabbi Lynne has purchased 8 of his books. If you would like to buy one, they will be available on a first come, first served basis. The cost is $20.00.
Just a reminder that for those children who are interested in participating in the skit for our last day of religious school, the first rehearsal will be on Sunday April 12th.
A reminder that the deadline for reservations for the Passover Seder is THIS Friday, March 27th. The seder is a catered meal, and we have to have an accurate count for the caterers. So PLEASE make your reservations as soon as possible.