Shabbat ServiceFriday, March 24th at 7:30 pm
Torah Talk & Vegetarian Pot Luck Dinnerwith David Rothberg at 5:30 pm"The Four Questions in the Passover Seder"We'll look at the original source text of the Four Questions to determine the original intention, which could be very relevant to your own seder. Along the way we may find that they might not actually be questions, that there might not be four of them, and somebody changed them!Bring a vegetarian/dairy dish to share.
This Sunday Mitzvah Day - March 26thKickoff at the Richardson~Olmsted at 11:30 am…activities to follow.Come to TCS and make fleece blankets, assemble lunches for Father Bill’s Mainspring House, lend a hand at our lemonade stand to benefit Boston Children’s Hospital, decorate flowerpots that will be delivered to elderly residents of an assisted living facility, or visit with the residents of The Residence in 5 Corners in Easton.Click here for flyer.Click here for more activities & to sign up.
Questions? Contact Jodie Emerson.
T.O.R.C.H. is coordinating donations for NuDay Syria! NuDay Syria is a local charity to help alleviate the humanitarian suffering taking place in Syria since March 2011. Drop off items to the TCS lobby or at the Richardson~Olmsted school on Mitzvah Day, March 26th during SULAM. Items to donate: ● Rice, beans, powdered infant and regular milk, tuna, protein bars, flour, sugar, cooking oil ● New to like-new clothes, bedding, shoes ● Soccer balls, stuffed animals, coloring books, non-battery operated toys ● Diapers, feminine hygiene products, soap bars, powdered detergent, toothbrushes & vitamins ● Hospital equipment, walkers, wheelchairs, medical supplies Click here for more information about NuDay Syria.
TCS Community Passover SederTuesday Evening April 11th at 5:30 pm (the 2nd night of Passover)RSVP Before March 21st for Early Bird Pricing!Click here for more information.Click here to RSVP.
Monday, March 27th @ 7:00 pm at Stonehill College, Easton
Catholic Jewish Dialogue Committee Lecture Series Presents… Jewish, Muslim & Christian Relations: Acknowledgement through Religion, Turmoil and Cooperation
Mehnaz Afridi Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Director of Holocaust, Genocide, and Interfaith Education Center
In the world of terrorism and extremism, the image of Abrahamic relations has been portrayed as volatile and irreconcilable. However, the many positive and lost stories of reconciliation, rescue and religious roots have been buried by extremist agendas and media. Dr. Afridi will shed light on these aspects at a challenging time for religious dialogue and healing. She will discuss the common and shared biblical stories of Jews, Christians and Muslims, how these relate to the stories of rescue during the Holocaust and innovative interfaith projects that have brought these traditions together.
Innovative Learning at Temple Chayai Shalom
Chai School - Semester 2 Ends
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Youth Committee Meeting
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Torah Talk and Shabbat Potluck
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Shabbat Service w/Kol Shalom
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Brotherhood/Sisterhood Murder Mystery Night
9:00 am - 11:30 am
9:15 am - 10:45 am
Sex in the Text, Part 2 w/David Rothberg, Cantorial Soloist
9:30 am - 11:00 am
Young Explorers Passover Theme
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Spring T.O.R.C.H. Mitzvah Day