MARCH 15, 2019 ELIJAH
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PIRKE AVOT STUDY FOR ADULTS
 
 
 
​You are welcome to come study Pirke Avot in this unstructured and open class with Rabbi Stanway.  THE NEXT CLASS WILL MEET ON MARCH 27 AT 7 PM (THERE WILL BE NO CLASS ON MARCH 20 AS THAT IS EREV PURIM)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THIS MONTH'S BULLETIN
 
 
 
​Have you read this month's TBM bulletin?  You can view it online or download it directly to your computer.  Just use the link below.

 
 
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HUGE LEGO BUILD
SAVE THE DATE
 
 
 
​The Religious School community is open to parents and children on March 31 from 9-12 as we celebrate Israel in the most unique way!  Click the link below and check out the temple home page for the ad.

 
 
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ADULT TORAH STUDY
 
 
 
There is always something to learn!  That is the motto of our continuing Torah study classes.  Join us on Wednesdays at 10 am for Pirke Avot, Sundays at 8 for Talmud (when Religious School is in session) and Saturdays at 10 for the Parashat HaShavuah (portion of the week) Torah study.  Everyone is always welcome.

 
 
 
 
Yahrtzeits for March 15
Daisy Massar
Leon Massar
Edmund Hersh
Sylvia Domes
Walter Blazer
Reina Hechter
Sigmund Herschaft
Melvin Block
Sadie Bier
Ann Bosniak
Max Brown
Nettie Revits
Frances Lewis
Frank Kasson
Michael Lichtman


 
 
 
 

Jerome Dobken
Miriam Gross
Paul Epstein
Benjamin Schultz
Gertrude Weinberger
Samuel Schoninger
May Stambler
Isadore Zlotkin
Estelle Tucker
Julia Rapps
David Gray
Ralph Conn
Florence Farber
Bertha Milberg
Minnie Levitt
Jerry Braiman
Kay Nelson
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
WHO WE ARE
 
 
 
 
We are Reform Jewish community which means that we are an egalitarian community where traditional families, LGBTQ people, interfaith families and partners, singles, Jews-by-Choice and anyone interested in finding a sanctuary will be welcome.  We believe that everyone is part of the Jewish future regardless of your background, previous affiliation (or lack thereof), or Jewish knowledge.
Ours is a place of joy and support, sharing, learning, praying and belonging.
Our temple is a place of safety, of prayer, of comfort, of home and of Jewish values, ideals and learning.  We invite you to embrace our community as we embrace you.

Reach out.  We promise to reach back.
 
 
 
 
Talk to us Today
732-222-3754
180 Lincoln Ave., Elberon, NJ, 07740
 
      
 
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