Libraries

Dinner and a Movie Series: "School Ties", facilitated by Rabbi Jennifer Lader

The Weinberg Family Library and Sisterhood of Temple Israel are excited to present this film discussion series.  Join our clergy for dinner, movie and discussion on the following dates:

January 5 - "Chariots of Fire", facilitated by Rabbi Jennifer Kaluzny

January 19 - "Dirty Dancing", facilitated by Rabbi Marla Hornsten

February 2 - "The Believer", facilitated by Rabbi Josh Bennett

February 23 - "Focus", facilitated by Cantor Neil Michaels

March 9 - "Gentlemen's Agreement", facilitator TBD

Dinner and a Movie Series: "Focus", facilitated by Cantor Neil Michaels

The Weinberg Family Library and Sisterhood of Temple Israel are excited to present this film discussion series.  Join our clergy for dinner, movie and discussion on the following dates:

January 5 - "Chariots of Fire", facilitated by Rabbi Jennifer Kaluzny

January 19 - "Dirty Dancing", facilitated by Rabbi Marla Hornsten

February 2 - "The Believer", facilitated by Rabbi Josh Bennett

February 23 - "Focus", facilitated by Cantor Neil Michaels

March 9 - "Gentlemen's Agreement", facilitator TBD

Dinner and a Movie Series - "The Believer", facilitated by Rabbi Josh Bennett

The Weinberg Family Library and Sisterhood of Temple Israel are excited to present this film discussion series.  Join our clergy for dinner, movie and discussion on the following dates:

January 5 - "Chariots of Fire", facilitated by Rabbi Jennifer Kaluzny

January 19 - "Dirty Dancing", facilitated by Rabbi Marla Hornsten

February 2 - "The Believer", facilitated by Rabbi Josh Bennett

February 23 - "Focus", facilitated by Cantor Neil Michaels

March 9 - "Gentlemen's Agreement", facilitator TBD

Dinner and a Movie Series - "Dirty Dancing", facilitated by Rabbi Marla Hornsten

The Weinberg Family Library and Sisterhood of Temple Israel are excited to present this film discussion series.  Join our clergy for dinner, movie and discussion on the following dates:

January 5 - "Chariots of Fire", facilitated by Rabbi Jennifer Kaluzny

January 19 - "Dirty Dancing", facilitated by Rabbi Marla Hornsten

February 2 - "The Believer", facilitated by Rabbi Josh Bennett

February 23 - "Focus", facilitated by Cantor Neil Michaels

March 9 - "Gentlemen's Agreement", facilitator TBD

Mother/Daughter Book Club - Author Event - White Walls: A Memoir About Motherhood, Daughterhood, and the Mess in Between, by Judy Batalion

Join us for our Mother/Daughter Book Club with month - Author Event.....White Walls: A Memoir About Motherhood, Daughterhood, and the Mess In Between, by Judy Batalion.

Told with heartbreaking honesty and humor, this is Judy's poignant accout of her trials negotiating the messiness of motherhood and the indelible marks that mothers and daughters make on each other's lives.

Author Event:  Discussion facilitated by Judy Batalion.

Mother/Daughter Book Club - The Two Family House, by Lynda Cohen Loigman

Young adult women (ages 20's-40's) and their mothers (aunts, grandmothers, sisters, and friends are welcome too!) will enjoy an evening of delicious food, great wine and inspiring discussion.

Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 6:30 pm

The Two Family House by Lynda Cohen Loigman

An outsider's look into a world filled with tension and mistrust - and most of all, secrets.  As we wait for the characters to figure out secrets the reader already  knows, different questions become important.  Discussion facilitated by Lauren Marcus Johnson.

Temple Israel Book Fair - Featuring Elizabeth Gold, The Alicia Joy Techner Memorial Parenting Series

The 18th Temple Israel Book Fair, December 11-15, 2016, will include lots of special events and activities.  Plus, hundreds of new Jewish books and other unique Chanukah merchandise for readers of all ages will be for sale in the Temple Atrium!  Contact Lauren Marcus Johnson at 248-661-5700 or [email protected] for more information and to volunteer.

Temple Israel Book Fair - featuring Eileen Pollack, Sisterhood Book Fair Luncheon

The 18th Temple Israel Book Fair, December 11-15, 2016, will include lots of special events and activities.  Plus, hundreds of new Jewish books and other unique Chanukah merchandise for readers of all ages will be for sale in the Temple Atrium!  Contact Lauren Marcus Johnson at 248-661-5700 or [email protected] for more information and to volunteer.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Libraries

About Us

Temple Israel is a Reform Jewish Congregation which seeks to fulfill its religious and ethical goals by being a center for spiritual fulfillment, life-long learning, cultural enrichment, community leadership, social responsibility, and by lovingly entrusting our Reform Jewish tradition from generation to generation. We are committed in our support of the State of Israel and of the Jewish people throughout the world.

Click here for the latest Temple Israel News!

February Messenger is Available Now!

Click here to read online