We are honored to be leading the Rabbinic Transition/Integration process, supported by an extraordinary committee of devoted, energetic congregants. Over these past months, we have been able to reach out to so many of you. And this is just the beginning. As always, our aim is to be accessible and transparent. So please continue to share your thoughts with us at Rabbinictransition@ttti.org .
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Judith Weinshall Liberman on the Holocaust Wall Hangings In 1988 I began creating the Holocaust Wall Hangings. By then I had already completed a series of more than two dozen paintings about the Holocaust. The paintings had been done in acrylics and incorporated brush painting, block-printing, and stenciling. By using fabric as a background, I […]
The many hundreds of internment camps set up by the Nazis fulfilled different functions. Some, like Belzec, Chelmno, Sobibor, and Treblinka, were strictly killing centers. Some camps, like Auschwitz and Majdanek, were combination labor-death camps. Hundreds of other camps were labor camps. People were transported to the camps by trains, which were often assembled from […]
The clergy, board, and staff at The Temple send you wishes for a safe and sweet Passover. We hope you and your family will join us as we celebrate Passover with a video Seder our clergy prepared for you to view on the first or second night of Passover.
Rabbi Dadoun and Cantor Sebo invite you and your entire family to set aside some time for a spiritual uplift, connection to our community, and to live the Jewish values that contribute to the quality of our lives. This service is innovative, participatory and accessible to everyone – an opportunity for the whole family to […]