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Three Events, One Great Night!

Friday, December 5th 
5:00 pm: Preschool Open House and Light Snacks
6:00 pm: Got Shabbat? & PJ Library Story
6:45 pm: Dinner & Art Activities
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 Join us for a night of family friendly fun. Check out our amazing Early Childhood Center Preschool at our open house and then join our community for a Got Shabbat service featuring a PJ Library story, followed by dinner and activities for the kids. Our 2nd Grade Religious School students will be helping to lead the service with our clergy.

RSVP for the Open House or get more information
Contact Rosalie Witt at (203) 227-1656 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

 Click here to sign up for the Shabbat dinner

On Thanksgiving Day, the Saugatuck Congregational Church organizes a major community initiative, the "Community Feasts Project." As many of you know, the Saugatuck Church began holding their Sunday services at Temple Israel after their church was heavily damaged by a fire in 2011.

 

Christ and Holy Trinity Church in downtown Westport

11 AM-2 PM

 

Volunteers are needed Wednesday, November 26th and Thursday, November 27th to help set up, serve, clean up and prepare food. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Allyson Gottlieb, Social Action Commitee ChairThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or visit their website

FallingOutofTimeThursday, December 11th at Noon

This month the group will meet to discuss Falling Out of Time, the most recent book by acclaimed Israeli writer David Grossman.

In his New York Times review, Edward Hirsch wrote, "David Grossman has crafted a strange and riveting book - partly a folk tale, partly a play, partly a novel in verse. There's no genre to describe it."

Click here to learn more about the book group

ECC LogoIn a caring and positive atmosphere, we create a warm and inviting place for preschoolers to learn. Social/emotional, physical, cognitive and creative skills are introduced through materials and learning experiences that are child-centered and teacher-framed. Work is planned that emphasizes "the process rather than the product", fostering a sense of accomplishment and pride. We reinforce the connection between your child and his/her Jewish heritage by integrating the unique traditions and values of the Jewish family into the curriculum.

Click here for more information or feel free to contact the Director, Rosalie Witt at (203) 227-1656 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Attention all 8th-12th graders!

What are you doing during your April vacation. Come spend it with TISY as we head to Atlanta, Georgia to do some community service!  

For more information about the trip click here

 

trip-to-israelAs Rabbi Friedman announced on Yom Kippur, Temple Israel will be traveling to Israel in 2015. Specific dates have not yet been determined; Please fill out this online form if you are interested in learning more about the trip in the future.

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