Some Upcoming Events

  • 11-7 JCC book festival

    Jewish Book Month: Author Pamela Nadell at The Temple

    Author Pamela Nadell will join us to discuss her book American’s Jewish Women: A History from Colonial Times to Today, a groundbreaking history of how Jewish women maintained their identity and influenced social activism as they wrote themselves into American history. Free and open to the community! REGISTER at mandeljcc.org/bookfestival or click HERE . FOR MORE […]

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    Potluck Dinner, TGIS, and a Hooshir concert!

    Join us for an exciting weekend as we welcome back HOOSHIR – Indiana University’s mixed a cappella group. Hooshir is a three-time winner of the collegiate Jewish a cappella competition. This musical sensation will join us for TGIS, Shabbaton, Havdalah, and Sunday Learning. POTLUCK DINNER at 6:30 pm; contact Rob Ross at rross@ttti.org or 216-455-1699 […]

  • 11-15-19 Hooshir

    TGIS – Thank God It’s Shabbat!

    There’s a potluck dinner at 6:30 pm – contact Rob Ross if you’d like to participate: rross@ttti.org or 216-455-1699. Join us at 7:30 for the TGIS service, and stay for the Hooshir concert which follows! This weekend we welcome back HOOSHIR – Indiana University’s mixed a cappella group. Hooshir is a three-time winner of the […]

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    Torah Study

    Shabbat morning Torah study discussion led by Rabbi Klein This year’s topic: PARSHA AND POETRY This year we return to a study of the Torah Portion of the week. There are 54 Torah portions in the Humash (the Torah, The Five Books of Moses, The Pentateuch), one for each week of the year. The Torah […]

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    Adult Learning weekly series with Rabbi Cohen

    Judaism, Reform, and Modern America: A Study of History, Jewish Text, Practice, and the Reform Movement We will meet in the Hartzmark Center on Saturday afternoons from 3:20 pm to 5:00 pm, beginning September 7 and concluding May 2, 2020. (Please check the calendar – we will take some Saturdays off.) We will examine foundational […]

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    Havdalah and Conversation led by Rabbi Cohen

    National Council of Jewish Women’s 125th Anniversary Celebration Led by Rabbi Jonathan Cohen, this evening geared to adults and open to all, will feature learning and discussion, hors d’oeuvres, and music with Rob Ross, Maggie Wise and special guests HOOSHIR. Enjoy this opportunity to socialize with other congregants for a beautiful communal experience. RSVPs appreciated […]

  • adrenaline monkey

    678 TYG (6-8th grades) trip to Adrenaline Monkey

    Cost for the event is $20 per person.  You may sign up and pay for this event HERE. We are looking for parents to drive kids from The Temple to events. If interested, or for questions, contact Jamie Collins, Director of Youth Engagement, at jcollins@ttti.org.

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