Shabbat Services will be held on Friday night beginning at 7:00. Our scholar in residence, Rabbi Ellen Nemhauser will be speaking during the course of the service.
On Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd, we are pleased to welcome Rabbi Ellen Nemhauser as part of our monthly series on Reform Jewish Identity. Rabbi Nemhauser will be speaking about the role of Israel to us as modern Jews in the United States. She will speak on Friday night as part of our Shabbat services, and again on Saturday morning which will be a more interactive program. The program will begin at 9:00 on Saturday morning with a delicious pancake breakfast supplied and cooked by the Temple Emanu-el Brotherhood.
There will be no regular Torah study this week.
Religious School will meet at 10:00 on Sunday morning.
On Sunday, April 23rd, we will be commemorating Yom Hashoah with a community service held at Temple Emanu-el beginning at 2:00.
Also in commemoration of Yom Hashoah, Troy Dothan library has a Holocaust Art exhibit in its rotunda. It will be there for the next three weeks.
The Interfaith Group will meet at 12:00 on Wednesday, April 26th at the Evergreen Presbyterian Church. Rosalind James and Elder Dave Koning will be with us to share with the group about the Seventh Day Adventist Church. You are invited to bring your lunch.
On Thursday, May 11th, Sisterhood will be holding its annual Dutch Luncheon at the Dothan Country Club at 12:00 noon. This meeting will be Sisterhood’s opportunity to bid our special farewells to Rabbi Lynne. The cost of the luncheon is $20.34. Everyone planning to attend needs to make reservations to Kay by Sunday, May 7th. If you are a member of the country club the $20.34 will be charged to your account but if not, please make payment to Susan in the amount of $20.34.