Our Newsletter: The Harbinger

NewsletterIconOur newsletter, The Harbinger, is published monthly and is an important source of information about Temple activities and the people who make things happen. Submissions to be considered for inclusion should be e-mailed to the editor. Deadline for consideration is the 14th day of the month prior to publication (i.e. Jun 14th for the Jul issue).

Winter Shabbat Services Schedule

The winter schedule continues through the last Friday in March. Winter Schedule: Join us at 5:30pm for Shmooze and Snacks and stay for Shabbat Services: 6:00 – 7:30pm.

Sholom Jewish University: Spring Classes Start Tues, Mar 3rd

All classes open to the community. Two classes this term: Pirke Avot and Shtisel. Registration form is here full class descriptions here. Classes taught by Rabbi Medwin, register now.

Celebrate Purim with Dr. Suess: Fri, Mar 6th 6pm

The Megillah according to Dr. Suess. Snacks and Schmooze at 5:30pm, hamantashen and ice cream sundaes after services.

Potluck Dairy Dinner: Fri, Mar 20th 5:30pm

A short service will follow. Let us know what you will bring, contact Susan Kantor or the temple office.

High Holiday Sermons 5780 / 2019

Read Rabbi Medwin’s wonderful sermons by clicking: Rosh Hashanah sermons: The Journeys of Our Lives, and Do Only the Orthodox Daven? .

Rabbi Medwin's Office Schedule and Contact Information

Rabbi Medwin is happy to meet with you in person. Please contact her in advance and she will arrange a time to meet. See her office schedule and contact information by clicking here.

Guide to Jewish Customs Regarding Death and Mourning

A comprehensive guide written by Rabbi Medwin to help our members and their loved ones understand Jewish practices with respect to death, funerals and mourning. Click here for the pdf.

New Book Published by Rabbi Medwin

alz bk coverThe book is called, “Alzheimer’s Families: Emotional and Spiritual Tools for Coping.” It is available at Amazon.com as a paper back and Kindle. This book was written to educate family members, their friends, clergy, mental health counselors and psychotherapists, and others that deal with Alzheimer’s family members or Alzheimer’s patients. It offers emotional and spiritual tools to help families cope.

Please help keep Rabbi Medwin Healthy

“torahreading”Attending Shabbat services is a time of greeting friends with handshakes and hugs. Rabbi Medwin is very susceptible to cold germs. If you have a cold please use the hand sanitizer provided and refrain from hugs or handshakes. A wave from a distance with a “I have a cold” will explain to her that you care.


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