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20 September 2012

More Six-Word Memoirs for the High Holidays [Photos]

Posted in High Holidays

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More 6 Word Memoirs from our students and faculty.

13 September 2012

Six-Word Memoirs for the High Holidays [Photos]

Posted in High Holidays

Six-Word Memoirs for the High Holidays [Photos]

We asked our Religious School students and faculty to create some Six-Word Memoirs about the High Holidays. Here's a sample of what they came up with.

12 September 2012

Wake Up Call [Video]

Posted in High Holidays

Wake up to the sound of the shofar, here blown by Alex Kraft, and get ready for the High Holidays!

12 September 2012

L'Shanah Tovah! [Audio]

Written by Our Clergy, Posted in High Holidays

Happy New Year! L'Shanah Tovah

Song written by Karen Javitch featuring Cantor Shermet and Len Burrell.

05 September 2012

Why Temple Teen Night?

Written by Rabbi Joshua Brown, Posted in Temple Teen Night

Why Temple Teen Night?

One does not need to be the parent of a teenager to know that our teens have a lot going on in their lives. From extra-curricular activities to increasingly competitive courses to responsibilities to their passions, their friends and their families (in no particular order), we all know that the 21st century teenager has plenty to do.

05 September 2012

Pluck a Sweet New Year at Apple Orchard

Written by David Golbitz, Posted in High Holidays

One of the most popular and well-known food customs on Rosh Hashanah involves dipping apples slices into honey. This sweet combination stems from an age-old Jewish tradition of eating sweet foods to express our hopes for a sweet new year.

And with Rosh Hashanah nearly upon us once again, Temple Israel would like to invite the Omaha Jewish community to help us begin a new High Holiday tradition and join us for our first ever apple picking pilgrimage.

05 September 2012

Tri-Faith Picnic Brings Faiths Together

Written by David Golbitz, Posted in Tri-Faith

As part of the Tri-Faith Initiative, Temple Israel invites its members to attend the annual picnic on Sunday, September 9. The picnic will be held at 13906 Gold Cir., from 1 - 3 p.m., and will include families from each of the three congregations involved in Tri-Faith--Temple Israel, the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska and the American Institute of Islamic Studies and Culture.

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