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This Week at TBS

This Week At TBS
Friday, October 31 to
Thursday, November 6
From Our Inclusion Committee
  
TBS is proud that we have become an Able awarded congregation; please go to Abilities for information on more community events.
  
TBS supports the full inclusion and participation of all people in religious and communal life, regardless of abilities and we strive to ensure that all members can participate together in our programs. 
  
Please contact us at TBSinclusion@gmail.com if you require accommodations.
MEMBER MILESTONES...
 
Beth and Jeffrey Rothenberg announce the birth of their granddaughter, Scarlett Drew, born to Jessica and Ross Berman.

 

To make a donation in honor of any occasion, click on  Donate!
Weekly Calendar

Friday, October 31
    5:38 pm  Candle Lighting
    6:30 pm  Erev Shabbat Service
         
 Saturday, November 1
    9:15 am   Shabbat Morning Service
  10:45 am   Tot Shabbat
  11:00 am   Jr. Congregation
    5:30 pm   Minha/Ma'ariv
Bat Mitzvah of Carly Weiss
  
Monday, November 3
   7:00 pm   Caring for the Caregivers
   7:00 pm   USY
     
Tuesday, November 4
   10:00 am   Sisterhood Study Class with 
                        Rabbi Spector
    8:00 pm   Men's Club Meeting

CARING FOR THE CAREGIVER

 

Caring for a critically, chronically, or terminally ill loved one can be overwhelming.  

 

If you recognize yourself as a caregiver for a parent, spouse, child, loved one or friend, please join us as Marian Teehan, MSW, LCSW presents Caring for the Caregiver, a new program at TBS directed toward the caregivers. The first session will be Monday, November 3, at 7:00 pm.

 

A complimentary light supper will be provided.

 

Please call the Temple office 973 992-3600 to RSVP.

     
 
To sign up for the Man of The Year Dinner, click on the image below
 
 

 
 
 

 


  

 
To down load an order form, click on the image below


A Living Legacy For All! 
 
  
 
As you plan your financial future, consider making a gift to Temple Beth Shalom that will last longer than a lifetime.   There are many ways to leave a legacy that lasts beyond  our lifetimes and supports the many wonderful programs at Beth Shalom.   Your gift can be as simple as a bequest in your will, a naming opportunity or a specific purpose fund that you wish to establish. 

 

For  more information contact Steven Kandler at 973-992-3600 ext. 613. 

 

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Need to give a special gift?

 

Child Graduating From High School or College?

Special Birthday orAnniversary? 

Want to tell a spouse or child that you love them?


SPONSOR A KIDDUSH OR

Purchase a Plaque on The Simcha Menorah Wall in their honor.

 

For information please call the office.  973-992-3600


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