Welcome to Temple Israel

Join us for Shabbat evening services Friday at 7:30 p.m.
and Saturday morning services at 9 a.m.
followed by Torah Study

Temple-Shin-trans We are builders of Jewish faith – our focus as a sacred place of worship is central.
We are builders of Jewish learning – education for adults and children is essential to our mission.
We are builders of Jewish community – we hope to engage people of all ages and stages in sacred living.
We are builders of hope – over the years, we have elevated Temple Israel as the voice to the non-Jewish community.

Mother’s Day Brunchimages
Sunday, May 11, 2014
9:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Please purchase a ticket and come support our
Religious School. A $150 ticket admits two people
to the brunch.Brunch by Ivan’s, including an omelet station
Raffle
JACK SCHANTZMusical Program by Professor Jack Schantz, Coordinator of the Jazz Studies Program at The University of Akron
Silent and Oral Auctions
Drawings for $5,000 in Cash Prizes

 


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Mitzvah Day will be Sunday, June 1, 2014.
Watch the Website for updates.
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15 area projects
Several congregations
Inside and outside volunteer jobs
Morning projects
Afternoon projects
Dinner for everyone at 5 p.m.
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Come celebrate our community
and Mitzvah Day’s 11th anniversary!

 Please visit the Mitzvah Day website.
See details here

150thMARK YOUR CALENDARS AND BEGIN THE COUNTDOWN
TO APRIL 17 & 18, 2015 FOR
TEMPLE ISRAEL’S 150TH
MILESTONE BIRTHDAY PARTY!

A year of excitement and events that you, your family and friends won’t want to miss! The entire community will be “Celebrating the Past and Embracing the Future” of Temple Israel!

 

A Word From Rabbi Bob

YOM HA’ATZMA’UT, Israel Independence Day

Dear Friends,

YOM HA’ATZMA’UT, Israel Independence Day, is a time to say L’Chaim to our Jewish State, to celebrate its contributions to the Jewish people and all humanity. We should do so not only for Israel’s sake, but also for our sake.
The Talmudic sages taught, “KOL YISRAEL AREVIM ZEH BA’ZEH,” all Jews are responsible for one another.” …., Continued…,